The Middle East I: From the Origins of Islam to the Year 1000

About the Course:

The rise of a world religion and the emergence of a new multi-ethnic society under its aegis, the evolution of social and political institutions within the Universal caliphate, the creation of a specifically Islamic culture and intellectual life.


History 46 or MES 45 or upper-division standing.


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