Course: Islam in the 3rd Millenium

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Course title Islam in the 3rd Millenium
Course code KFI/KINP
Organizational form of instruction no contact
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study not specified
Semester Winter
Number of ECTS credits 3
Language of instruction Czech, English
Status of course Optional
Form of instruction eLearning
Work placements unspecified
Recommended optional programme components None
Course availability The course is available to visiting students
Lecturer(s)
  • Klapetek Martin, Mgr. Ph.D.
Course content
1. Palestine Liberation Organization 2. Democracy and Islam 3. Women in Islam 4. Islam in the Czech Republic 5. Islam in Western Europe: Germany, France 6. Modern Iran 7. Modern Syria, Libanon and Iraq 8. Modern Turkey 9. Islam as a part of interreligious dialogue

Learning activities and teaching methods
Work with text (with textbook, with book), E-learning
Learning outcomes
Deeper insight into the student's chosen area themes of modern Islam. Students will broaden their knowledge of information on the status of Muslims in the Czech Republic. The primary theme of the seminar is the status of Islam as a major element of the encounter of civilizations in the global dimension. Students will get acquainted with current professional literature and information provided by the media on this topic.
The students orientate in various problems of modern islam.
Prerequisites
no prerequisite

Assessment methods and criteria
Student performance assessment

In the following lines you will find basic information about the course. If it is necessary to add information or you have any complications with the technical aspect of the course, drop me an email to timely klapetek.martin@gmail.com First, I recommend to start thinking about what you choose a topic essay. By late October, it is necessary to send a simple Entering seminary work in the course Islam is on the threshold of the third millennium (for more information about the award can be found in the form of Moodle). After approval by the teacher can enter during the semester to work on your seminary work. Any questions concerning the collection and analysis of literature / internet resources, structure and content of the work, possible complications so. Consult with the teacher either in person at his office hours (by appointment anytime) or email (details can be solved electronically and do not need a personal meeting). Seminar job length of 5 pages is to commit to 05.01 2018 (for more information, see the related task) in the task essay submission. According to past experience will follow the electronic discussion between student / student and teacher that will lead to the adoption of teachers and its respective valuation. Seminar work is only a partial outcome of the course. The whole course is thematically and time-divided into three parts. At the end of each section of the course must have a student / student met one of the pre-selected tasks / tests. the first part / October: Topic A - Palestinian question; Theme B - democracy and human rights from the perspective of Islam; Theme C - Women in Islam. Student / student selected mission must be handed over to the relevant section of the end of October (31.10. 2017 23:55). the second part / November: A subject - history and present Muslims in the Czech Republic; Theme B - contemporary Islam in Western Europe; Theme C - Shia Islam as the basis of the Iranian state. Student / student selected task must be passed to the relevant section of the end of November (11/30 2017, 23:55) and the version of the test, the same condition. the third part / December: A subject - the Arab Spring; Theme B - modern Turkey; Theme C - Islam as part of interfaith dialogue. Student / student selected task must be passed to the relevant section of the end of December (31.12. 2017, 23:55) and the version of the test, the same condition. How to proceed: All course trainees have access to all the documents that are attached to the nine themes of the course. As a good teacher because I can only recommend to get acquainted in detail with all the documents on individual topics. Besides the seminar work between partial outcomes of the course includes three assignments submitted on time. Student / student beforehand selects one job from the first, second and third portions (e.g. it may be a task associated with the subject A of the first portion, the test associated with the topic C of the second portion and the tasks associated with the subject B of the third part, etc. ). For more information about tasks and documents on topics can be found in the relevant section. Documents on specific topics and a general list of recommended books on the topic of Islam are indicative and certainly it is possible to process the task to elect other relevant sources (scientific literature, articles from professional journals, etc.), Which can be found in the Library Josefa Petra Ondoka TF JU, Academic Library in JU or eg. in the Research Library of South Bohemia in České Budějovice.
Recommended literature
  • Korán (Překlad I. Hrbek). Praha: Academia 2000, 2000. ISBN 80-207-0444-2.
  • The Blackwell Companion to Contemporary Islamic Thought (Blackwell Companions to Religion). Malden, 2006.
  • Ahmet Yükleyen. Localizing Islam in Europe : Turkish Islamic communities in Germany and the Netherlands. 2012.
  • Barša, P. Západ a islamismus. Brno: CDK, 2001. ISBN 80-85959-96-8.
  • Brzezinski, Z. Velká šachovnice. K čemu Amerika zavazuje její globální převaha. Praha, 1999. ISBN 80-204-0764-2.
  • Gombár, E. Dramatický půlměsíc. Sýrie, Lýbie a Írán v procesu transformace. Praha: Karolinum, 2001. ISBN 80-246-0370-5.
  • Gombár, E. Moderní dějiny islámských zemí. Praha: Karolinum, 1999. ISBN 80-7184-599-X.
  • Gombár, E. Úvod do dějin islámských zemí. Praha: Najáda, 1994.
  • Chátámí, M. Islám, dialog a společnost. Praha: Velvyslanectví Iránské islámské republikyČeská republika, 2001.
  • Introvigne, M. Hamás. Praha: Vyšehrad, 2003. ISBN 80-7021-659-X.
  • Kepel, G. Boží pomsta. Brno, 1996. ISBN 80-7108-120-5.
  • Kolegman, F. Die Islamisten Aegyptens in der Regierungszeit von Anwar as-Sadat (1970-1981). Berlin: Schwarz, 1994.
  • Kropáček, L. Blízký východ na přelomu tisíciletí. Praha: Vyšehrad, 1999. ISBN 80-7021-298-5.
  • Kropáček, L. Islámský fundamentalismus. Praha: Vyšehrad, 1996. ISBN 80-7021-168-7.
  • Kropáček, L. Moderní islám I.-II.. Praha: UK 1971-1972.
  • Křikavová, A.-Mendel, M. - Müller, Z. Islám - ideál a skutečnost. Praha: Baset, 2002.
  • Lewis, B. Dějiny Blízkého východu. Praha: Lidové noviny, 1996. ISBN 80-7106-191-3.
  • Pavel Ambros, Laurent Basanese, Bert Broeckaert, Jan Graubner, Stanisław Grodź, Timo Güzelmansur, Damian Howard, Cornelis Hulsman, Luboš Kropáček, Michaela Moravčíková, Michael Weninger, Francesco Zannini, Jaroslav Franc. Europe and Islam. Olomouc, 2015.


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