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Textbooks, Assumptions, and Us: Commentary on Jimmy Emanuelsson’s “Islam and the Sui-generis Discourse: Representations of Islam in Textbooks Used in Introductory Courses of Religious Studies in Sweden”

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AbstractCommenting on Jimmy Emanuelsson’s analysis of three Islam textbooks used in Sweden, this essay expands his critique of these textbooks to address the systemic issues in the assumptions about “religion” and world religions discourse. As Emanuelsson’s analysis focuses on the textbooks themselves, this essay considers the efforts that professors can take to contest the textbooks within a course.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Religious Studies, University of Alabama212-A Manly Hall, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487USAsteven.ramey@ua.edu

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2014-02-05
2016-12-10

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