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This template was designed for an exercise at the Islamic Studies Network PhD student event in Febrary 2012. The brief is to design a single introductory module which can be taken by all students, including those with no previous knowledge of Islam. It can be modified for other topics.
This collection of images can be used to support teaching or research about Muslims in Britain.
A level 5 (second year) undergraduate module on the history of peasantry and nomads in the Middle East, since the rise of Islam until the present day.
Covering Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism, and written by respected academics with many years' research and teaching experience, and in conjunction with the relevant religious communities, this series covers key religious and cultural sensitivities that may arise within a university environment.
A guide to Islam written by respected academics with many years' research and teaching experience, and in conjunction with the relevant religious communities. The guide covers key religious and cultural sensitivities that may arise within a university environment.
This collection provides a place to locate materials relating to Islamic Studies.
PowerPoint to support session on Western studies of the Prophet Muhammad, introduces a range of critical studies.
PowerPoint to support teaching about mosques in the local community.
PowerPoint to identify key features of a large purpose built mosque.
images in a PowerPoint to show features of a mosque concerned with funerary practices. Used with undergraduate Religious Studies students.
There are a number of theories as to whether the religious thought of the first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak, may have been influenced by other traditions of the time. This presenttation explores soem of thses possible influences.
Image of the inside of the dome at Wolverhampton Central Mosque, showing calligraphy.
This collection holds a range of resources about Islam and Muslims in Wolverhampton.
This PowerPoint provides a range of images from a field visit to the Central Mosque. This is used within Religious Studies to explore aspects of Islam in the local community.