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IIS Seminar Series on Muslim Pluralism

11th April 2001

Further Reading and Resource Materials


Brodeur, Patrice. “Introduction to the Guidelines for an Inter-faith Celebration”, Journal of Ecumenical Studies 34:4 (Fall 1997), 551-572.


—— “Contemporary Arabic Muslim Writings on Religions Other than Islam: A Framework for Enquiry”, Muslim Perceptions of Other Religions: A Historical Survey, ed. Jacques Waardenburg (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999), 240-249.


—— “The Changing Nature of Islamic Studies and American Religious History (Part I)”, The Muslim World 89:2 (Fall 2000).


Council on American-Islamic Relations. “The Mosque in America: A National Portrait”. Washington: CAIR, 2001.


Eck, Diane L. A New Religious America: How A Christian Country Has Now Become the World’s Most Religiously Diverse Nation. San Francisco: Harper, 2001.


Project Maps. “American Muslim Poll”. Washington: MAPS/Zogby International, 2001.


The Pluralism Project at Harvard University.


Connecticut College Pluralism Project.