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Islamic Art and Literature

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Later Islamic Art & Architecture
Renata Holod
History of Art
University of Pennsylvania

Introduction to the Visual Culture of the Islamic World
Renata Holod
History of Art
University of Pennsylvania

From Region to Neighborhood: Reading the City in the Islamic World
Renata Holod
History of Art
University of Pennsylvania

Islamic Art
Ruth Kolarik
Art Department
Colorado College

The Islamic Middle East in the Visual Arts
Faegheh Shirazi-Mahajan
Department of Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures

Muslims, Christians and Jews in Islamic Spain: Literature and Society
Ross Brann
Department of Near Eastern Studies
Cornell University

Introduction to Sacred Texts
Department of Middle Eastern Studies
Emory University

The Qur'an
Devin Stewart
Department of Middle Eastern Studies
Emory University

Iranian Cinema
Frank Lewis
Department of Middle Eastern Studies
Emory University

The Literature of the Arab-Israeli Conflict
Shalom Goldman
Department of Middle Eastern Studies
Emory University

Sacred Biography: Myth and History in the Hagiographic Biography
Gordon D. Newby
Department of Religion
Emory University

Islamic Literature and Civilization
Michael Sells
Department of Religion
Comparative Literature Program
Haverford College

Oriental Carpets as Art and Culture
Michael Hillmann
Department of Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures
University of Texas

Musical Cultures of Turkey and Central Asia
Yildiray Erdener
Department of Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures
University of Texas

Najib Mahfuz: Realist Arabic Fiction
Walid Hamarneh
Department of Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures
University of Texas

Persian Prose Non-Fiction, Past/Present
M. R. Ghanoonparvar
Department of Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures
University of Texas

The Modern Arabic Novel and Turath
Walid Hamarneh
Department of Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures
University of Texas


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