Course Evaluation Customization Form

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Also listed as GLOBAL 238, section 01


Term: 1192 - 1192
Instructor: Shanazarova

Learning Goals

Students will acquire a critical appreciation for the relationship between religion and society in the Muslim world, specifically the ways in which Islam has affected and informed women’s status and roles.
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Students will gain a basic familiarity with the status and roles of Muslim women in various communities as resulting from a complex interaction of religious, cultural, social, historical and political factors.
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Students will gain a fundamental familiarity with historical and traditional views on women in Islamic society.
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Students will gain a basic understanding of the conceptual issues regarding the definition of the region of Central Asia, using gender as a category of analysis, and an awareness of the broad outlines of the history of women’s position in Central Asian societies.
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Students will acquire a critical appreciation for Muslim feminism as a diverse movement that reflects many varied streams of interpretation and understanding of gender values and theory based on the breadth of experiences of Muslim women globally.
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Students will cultivate a critical appreciation for problems surrounding the construction of gender and sexuality in Muslim societies.
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Students will gain a basic familiarity with some of the ways in which Muslim majority societies have attempted to regulate sexuality.
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Course Elements

How useful to you were the in-class discussions?


How useful to you was the final project?


How useful to you were the guest speakers?


How useful to you were the readings?


How useful to you was the syllabus?


Additional Questions

The course developed my ability to think critically about the subject.


The course was appropriate for the stated level of the class.


The instructor was helpful when I had difficulties or questions.


Describe three aspects of the course that contributed to your learning?


Explain how this course improved your understanding of the topic?


What advice would you give to another student who is considering taking this course?



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