Resources to learn about Islam
The following are resources for educators, administrators, and school personnel to learn more about the Islamic faith, its history, and links to research regarding Muslims.
Who speaks for Islam? What a billion Muslims really think. John Esposito & Dalia Mogahed
Muslims in America: A short History. Edward Curtis
American Islam. Edited by Juliane Hammer and Omid Safi
Do Muslim Women Need Saving? Lila Abu-Lughod
Being Muslim: A Cultural History of Women of Color in American Islam. Sylvia Chan-Malik.
Sufism: An Introduction to the Mystical Tradition of Islam. Carl W. Ernst
A new religious America: How a “Christian country” has become the world’s most religiously divers nation. Diana L. Eck.
Educational websites on Islam
The Pluralism Project by Harvard University Click here
FAQ on Islamic Network Groups (ING) Click here
Pew Findings on Muslims, FAQ Click here
Teacher’s Institute is a two-week program for in-depth training for religious understanding Click here