A historical perspective on the 'other'
In this programme you will learn to understand the complex relationships between Muslims and Christians during the pre-modern and modern periods and possesses both a theoretical and a more practical framework to analyse the interactions between the two worlds. You will get a deeper understanding of Middle Eastern politics and society and the role of Islam. As a result you will be able to critically analyse the media, interpret economic interests in political relations and frame the role of identity and nationalism in the Islamic world and Europe.
Secondary school teachers (history), staff members of social organisations / civil society / study services and everyone with a broader interest in this subject.
12 ECTS-creditsThe premodern Islamic World: 600-1600