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Muslim and Arab Education in the West

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Dr. Nimat Hafez Barazangi began her combined scholarly active work with the education of Arabs and Muslims in North America and in the Arab/Muslim world in late 1960s. Her focus was the integration of the young generation within the Western educational and cultural systems without loosing their Islamic/Arabic identity. Her many years of participatory action research with the Muslim/Arab community, in order to develop curricular framework for educating them in Islam, culminated in her editing a special issue of Religion and Education as well as the special chapter in her monograph Woman's Identity and the Qur'an: A New Reading. She also published about 15 research articles on this subject.

Please send your comments and suggestions to Dr. Nimat Hafez BARAZANGI: nhb2@cornell.edu.

 
 
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