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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.

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Who speaks for Islam? What a billion Muslims really think. John Esposito & Dalia Mogahed

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Muslims in America: A short History. Edward Curtis

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American Islam. Edited by Juliane Hammer and Omid Safi 

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Do Muslim Women Need Saving? Lila Abu-Lughod

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Being Muslim: A Cultural History of Women of Color in American Islam. Sylvia Chan-Malik. 

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Sufism: An Introduction to the Mystical Tradition of Islam. Carl W. Ernst

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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

  • Teacher’s Institute is a two-week program for in-depth training for religious understanding Click here

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