Named for one of the nation's early, pre-eminent scholars of Islam, the Duncan Black Macdonald Center for the Study of Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations is the country's oldest center for such study. It is part of the Hartford Seminary in Hartford, Connecticut.
Duncan Black Macdonald Center
Academic unit within Hartford Seminary dedicated to scholarly research, teaching and publication. In this regard, the Center is responsible for the Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim Relations component of the Seminaryƕs Master of Arts degree program. The Seminary also offers a Graduate Certificate in Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim Relations.
Courses of Study
Description of courses offered, including The Life of the Prophet Muhammad, Hadith and Introduction to Islamic Law.
Faculty
Profiles of faculty members who teach Islamic and Christian-Muslim Relations courses.
Muslim World Journal
Publication devoted to the study of Islam and Christian-Muslim relations, founded in 1911 and sponsored by the Seminary since 1938.
Online Articles
Articles in text and PDF formats.
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