Islamic Sciences ~ Level 2 Core Course
View a short segment of this course: Mujaddidīn: Crises and Cures of Muslim History with Anse Marah Dahman
Course Code: HIS 201
Instructor: Anse Marah Dahman
Length: 1 term (15 weeks)
Course Dates: January 28 - May 6, 2018
Timings: Sundays, 8:00 am CST/2:00 am GMT Click here to convert to your own time zone.
Classes last approximately 1.5 hours each. Live attendance is not required but recommended whenever possible. Recordings of the sessions will be made available for registered students who cannot attend live.
Offered: This course is offered in the Spring Term of each year.
- Students should be women above the age of 17.
- Successful completion of at least one Ribaat Level 1 course.
Summary: A survey of the crises and trials that have challenged Islamic civilization over the centuries, along with an account of the Muslim “renewers” of the faith (mujaddidīn) whom Allah (swt) sent as a cure for each, and how they were able to overturn the current situation, renew the religion, and restore peace and faith to the Muslim ummah. Students will learn about the factors that contributed to each trial, how each mujaddid was able to overcome the trials of his time and gain an understanding of the characteristics that enabled each to succeed.
Course Requirements: Students are expected to attend the weekly online lectures, complete one or more weekly assignments, read the assigned material, complete projects and papers as assigned by the instructor, and review and sit for a final exam.
Registration Fee: Non-refundable, non-transferable
$100.00 (not including the cost of the course materials)
$20.00 late registration fee after January 20th (if seats are available)
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|Required: Saviors of Islamic Spirit||by Shaikh Sayyid Abu al-Ḥasan al-Nadwī, revised and edited by Abdur-Rahman Ibn Yusuf Mangera|
|Recommended: The African Caliphate||by Maleem Ibrahim Sulaiman|
|Recommended: Revealed Grace: The Juristic Sufism of Ahmad Sirhindi||by Arthur F. Buehiler|
|Recommended: Rumi and Islam: Selections from his stories, poetry and discourses||by Ibrahim Gamard|
Students are responsible for ordering their textbooks before the start of class. Ribaat textbooks are available to enrolled students at a discounted rate through Daybreak Press Global Bookshop. Once enrolled, students will have access to the discount code through the course forum.
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