Guest Speakers: Islam in Contemporary Spain: left to right: Mariam Isabel Romero Arias, Avi Astor, Eric Calderwood, Pauline Jones Luong, Mikaela Rogozen-Soltar, Jose Antonio Gonzalez Alcantud, Mounir Benjelloun Andaloussi Azhari
SPANISH RURAL MOSQUE by SantiMB
This mezquita, or mosque, was built reusing the bricks of a visigothic basilica from the 5th century. It is one of the few surviving SPANISH rural mosques.
MOHAMMAD AL-AMIN MOSQUE
This mosque was completed in 2007 by former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, who is buried beside it. Designed by Azmi Fakhuri, the blue-domed mosque shows Ottoman inspiration.
Islamic Women's Fashion
Modern Islamic Clothing meets the requirements of modesty, while offering style and comfort. The clothing shown here is from 2011 and is made mostly of denim.
FAITH by Swiatoslaw Wojtkowiak
Kissing the Jawaaraa, what is considered holy dust, on the inner walls of Darga, the main shrine within Annajina (Sheikh Hussein) Compound in ETHIOPIA.
CURVES OF ALI-QAPU by Hamed Saber
These fantastic paintings are made on the ceiling of the round stairwell in the Ali Qapu building, a small castle located in Naghsh-e Jahan Square, in Isfahan, IRAN.
Islam is the religion of almost all of the Algerian people. The vast majority of citizens are Sunni Muslims.
Welcome to the Islamic Studies Program
The University of Michigan has extraordinary depth in scholarship and instruction dealing with Islam as a world religion and the study of Muslim peoples and societies. Over 50 faculty members from a wide array of departments and professional schools are currently engaged in work related to these topics. The study of Islam and Muslim societies at U-M is not confined to a few highly specialized departments, but is part of the University's mainstream. Read more.
Conference at the University of Iowa
Application deadline: November 30
Islamic Studies Virtual Curriculum
ISP is home to the Islamic Studies Virtual Curriculum project, a synchronous-learning collaboration with CIC members funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
- CES Workshop. “Toward a Comparative History of the Modern Mediterranean.”
Speaker: Edmund Burke III, professor emeritus and research professor of history, University of California, Santa Cruz
- 5:00 PM
- Interdisciplinary Islamic Studies Seminar.
Speaker: Jonathan Brack, PhD candidate in history, University of Michigan
- 1:30 PM
- CSAS Scholarly Lecture Series: Urdu Cinema During the 1940s and 50s
Speaker: Iftikhar Dadi, Department of History of Art and Visual Studies, Cornell University
- CMENAS Lecture. The Ethnographic State: France and the Invention of Moroccan Islam
Speaker: Edmund Burke III, Research Professor of History, University of California-Santa Cruz
- Central Asia Film Series. Angel on the Right (Farishtai kitfi rost).
- CES Symposium. “Crusade, Jihad, and the Multi-sectarian State.”
- 4:30 PM