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ANTHRO 148B: Islam and Human Rights in Theory and Practice (CSRE 148B, FEMGEN 148B)

This course aims to explore various aspects of the contemporary debate over the compatibility of Islam with human rights. As a class, we will examine the contours of various human rights debates as they surface in the writings of Islamic thinkers, as well as emerge in Muslim societies today. What is/are Islamic conceptions of human rights? How is this discourse activated, used and challenged by people living in Muslim Societies? How do Islamic conceptions and articulations of human rights relate to western/universal, conceptions? Where do they intersect and diverge from one another?
Terms: Aut | Units: 3-5 | Grading: Letter or Credit/No Credit
Instructors: Ghani, A. (PI)
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