NOTE: Graduate degree students enrol in EMT6101HF
|Location||Toronto (St George Campus)|
This seminar studies the life of the Prophe Muhammad as it is presented in the earliest biographical and historical Muslim accounts. It introduces the sira and hadith literatures, in addition to classical and modern critical methods used to determine their authenticity and historical reliability. Topics include the first revelations, emigration from Mecca, the Constitution of Medina, and succession to Muhammad's leadership. Students will leam about Muslim concepts of prophethood, the significance of the prophet in the legal-ethical and mystical traditions, and women in hadith scholarship. They will study the life of Muhammad and relate it to his spiritual as well as temporal experience to explore modern-day concerns.
|Hours Per Week||2|
This course was previously taught under the title: "Biography and Thought: Study of Muhammad the Prophet".
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|Previously Offered||Fall 2015|
|Currently Offered||Fall 2017|