This course examines how modern Islam, from the middle of the nineteenth century to today, "became" political. It explores the role of theology and domestic and international politics in the development of Islamic movements, political parties, Islamic jihad, and Islamic rule in various countries. It also focuses on contemporary issues - the relationship between Islam and democracy, the rise of violent non-state groups, and global responses to them.

Satisfies a major requirement in Political Science

Satisfies a minor requirement in Arab Studies

Satisfies an interdisciplinary minor requirement in Middle East Studies

Satisfies an interdisciplinary minor requirement in International Studies

Satisfies the Cultural Diversity requirement

Permission of the instructor required.

Class Details
Course POL 443
Section 0
CRN 20376
Time T
Time 0110 - 0400pm
Building 2198 CHAM
Instructor Silvi Toska
Max 12
Current 0
Remaining 12
Semester Spring 2022