Summer Institute at Rutgers University - Islam and the Muslim World


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2012 Summer Institute for Teachers at Rutgers
Islam and the Muslim World

Where: Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey - New Brunswick, NJ

When: Monday, July 16 to Friday, July 20, 2012

Cost: $300

The Center for Middle East Studies at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, is pleased to announce an exciting new opportunity at Rutgers for faculty in Social Studies and related fields. In collaboration with the New Brunswick Islamic Center, we will be offering a one-week Teacher Institute this summer on the topic of Islam and the Muslim World, from Monday, July 16 to Friday, July 20, 2012. This highly topical summer institute will explore Muslim cultures, languages, literatures, media, and Muslim communities in America from a scholarly perspective, building upon Rutgers’ strengths in these areas. The program will also include a three-hour workshop on bullying and harrassment. Participants will meet from 9am until 4:30pm.

The entire program is available to participants for a $300 registration fee, which includes a Middle Eastern-themed lunch at Sahara Restaurant at 165 Easton Avenue in New Brunswick, NJ. The Rutgers Division of Continuing Studies will also issue a certificate for 3.0 CEUs to interested participants for an additional fee of $30. For participants who wish to spend the night in New Brunswick, low-cost accommodations are available through the Rutgers Continuing Education Conference Center, which offers doubles at the rate of $70 per night.

For all inquiries, please contact Aretha Oliver Crayton at the Center for Middle Eastern Studies (areolive@rci.rutgers.edu) or Prof. Charles Haberl (haberl@rci.rutgers.edu). We look forward to seeing you at Rutgers this summer!

Email: areolive@rci.rutgers.edu

Phone: (848) 445-8444

Fax: (732) 445-8446

Official Website: http://mideast.rutgers.edu/islam-and-the-muslim-world
To Register: http://tinyurl.com/dy8lj8x

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