NS4320 Islamic Fundamentalism

A research seminar on the ideology and practice of Islamic fundamentalists in the Middle East. Students read primary source translations of major fundamentalist ideologues, such as Ayatollah Khomeini and Sayyid Qutb, in addition to focusing on the strategies and histories of specific fundamentalist groups. Students will conduct and present original research on this topic. 


NS3000 or consent of the instructor

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Quarter Offered

  • As Required