|Print and Media Resources||Islamic Arts and National Cultures|
|Web Links||Islamic Calendar||
Search for prayer times & Islamic organizations.
|Web Links||Islamic Center of Pittsburgh||
Presents the message of Islam to Muslims and non-Muslims and promotes unity, brotherhood and understanding among all. Go to www.icp-pgh.org for more information.
|Web Links||Islamic Finder||
Includes accurate prayer times, mosques, Islamic centers, Muslim owned businesses, calendars, directories, and more.
|Web Links||Islamic Philosophy Online||
This Islamic Philosophy resource on the Web is dedicated to the study of the philosophical output of the Muslim World. This site contains hundreds of full length books and articles on Islamic philosophy ranging from the classical texts in the cannon of Islamic philosophy to modern works of Muslim philosophy.
|Web Links||Joseph J. Malone Fellowship in Arab and Islamic studies for American Professionals||
American professionals in academic, government, and business are eligible for a one- to two-week study visit in an Arab country. The Malone Program provides an exceptionally powerful educational experience that includes introductions to host-country government officials, businessmen, academics, and scholars. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, and are responsible for their own domestic transportation to and from Washington D.C. and in some cases international travel. Some study visits may include additional fees.
|Print and Media Resources||Juha wa-al-qadi|
|Print and Media Resources||Juha wa-al-sultan|
|Print and Media Resources||Kan Zaman: Manazir Misriyah|
|Web Links||Karamah: Muslim Women Lawyers for Human Rights||
Karamah is a charitable, educational organization which focuses upon the domestic and global issues of human rights for Muslims. KARAMAH stands committed to research, education, and advocacy work in matters pertaining to Muslim women and human rights in Islam, as well as civil rights and other related rights under the Constitution of the United States.
|Print and Media Resources||La ahad yanamu fi al-Iskandariyah|
|Print and Media Resources||Law kunta malik!|
|Print and Media Resources||Laylat al-`ishq wa-al-dam : riwayah qasirah|
|Web Links||Lectures Available Online||
Several CERIS sponsored lectures that have been given at the University of Pittsburgh with topics relating to Islamic Studies are now available online, thanks to the University Center for International Studies' Portable International Lecture System (PILS). Go to link provided to download the following lectures:
* The Hysterical Road from 9-11 to Fallujah by Rami Khouri, Executive Editor of the Daily Star in Beirut (October 4, 2004)
|Curriculum Materials||Life After Mubarak||
Rational: The project is designed to address a real life foreign policy dilemma looming in the Middle East: Egypt after Mubarak. This project will require students to work in teams to research focused topics addressing the range of issues which need to be considered in adjusting the US position on the impending changes in Egypt. The format of the policy scenario is designed to lend an authenticity to the assignment.