Intro Religions Day 21 Islam Mir Veil

Intro Religions Day - Islam gender hijab Sources of information What do we know about Muslims How do we come to know these things Sources Media

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Islam, gender, & hijab
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Sources of information… What do we know about Muslims? How do we come to know these things? Sources: Media portrayals Academic sources Interaction Are these sources portraying Muslims the same way? Emic / etic Different audiences Normative / ‘authentic’ Goal: Become critically aware of how a religious tradition is presented to you Understand the diversity within each religious tradition
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Jane Smith article Professor, Hartford Seminary PhD Harvard, Christian-Muslim relations Article The problem: “There are perhaps close to half a billion Muslim women inhabiting all major areas of the world today. Is it possible to say anything that holds true for all of them, let alone for their sisters over the past fourteen centuries of Islam?” (235) Distinguishes between “traditional” views & modern changes
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Jane Smith article Topic of Islamic womanhood Focuses on four areas of family law in Qur’an
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Intro Religions Day - Islam gender hijab Sources of information What do we know about Muslims How do we come to know these things Sources Media

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