Richard Bulliet critically examines the clash of civilizations theory, a Cold War-era hypothesis that societal differences would lead to conflict, including those between "the West" and "the Muslim world."+ More details
Mervat Hatem describes the important role of Aisha, Prophet Muhammad's wife, in interpreting the "prophetic tradition," or the sayings and actions of the Prophet about how Muslims should live their lives.+ More details
Waleed Mahdi argues it will take a change in attitude among production companies to change the depiction of Muslims in American films.+ More details
Richard Bulliet shows the historical influence of innovations from the Muslim world in our daily lives, from the orange juice we drink every morning to the glaze on our coffee mugs.+ More details
Richard Bulliet notes the long-time presence of Muslim populations in Poland, Lithuania and other European societies.+ More details
Richard Bulliet unpacks the potential role for Islamic political parties in the governments formed after the Arab Spring revolutions.+ More details
Richard Bulliet draws connections between Islam and Christianity throughout history and in contemporary society.+ More details
Waleed Mahdi charts the shifts in public opinion towards the role of Muslims in America since 9/11.+ More details
Eid Mohamed examines the impact of the Arab Spring on Western perceptions of Muslim values.+ More details
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