Islam in/and America examines the history and presence of Islam in the United States, and the construction and evolution of U.S. Muslim identity, community, and culture. A CIC CourseShare online course and part of the DISC initiative (Digital Islamic Studies Curriculum).The instructor is Sylvia Chan- Malik (American Studies/Women's and Gender Studies/Asian American Studies) at Rutgers University, but you enroll and receive credit for it at Maryland. You will also need to be entered into the University of Michigan Canvas course management system. The course meets twice a week in real time using video conferencing technology. For more information about this course, including textbook information and instructions on enrolling, please contact Prof.Janelle Wong ([email protected] ).
Sister Courses: HIST219B, HIST219C, HIST219E, HIST219F, HIST219G, HIST219I, HIST219J, HIST219K, HIST219M, HIST219N, HIST219O, HIST219P, HIST219Q, HIST219R, HIST219T, HIST219W, HIST219X, HIST219Y, HIST219Z