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Bibliography for Teaching about Islam in America

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این کتابشناسی فهرستی از منابع انگلیسی انتشار یافته راجع به آموزش و معرفی اسلام در آمریکا را ارائه می‌دهد دانلود PDF این کتابشناسی صفحه منبع اینجا Bibliography for Teaching about Islam in America Rebecca Hankins, C. A. Books A Door Into Ocean, Joan Slonczewski; Arbor House, 1986 A Mosque Among the Stars, Muhammad A Ahmed; […]


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Bibliography for Teaching about Islam in America

Rebecca Hankins, C. A.

Books

  1. A Door Into Ocean, Joan Slonczewski; Arbor House, 1986
  2. A Mosque Among the Stars, Muhammad A Ahmed; ZC Books, 2008
  3. A Muslim American Slave: the Life of Omar Ibn Said, Ala Alryyes; University of Wisconsin
  4. A Muslim’s Mind, Edward J Hoskins; Dawson Media, 2011
  5. A State of Disobedience, Tom Kratman; Baen, Simon and Schuster, 2003
  6. A Street in Marrakech, Elizabeth Warnock Fernea; Waveland press, 1976
  7. A Study of History, Arnold Toynbee; Oxford University Press
  8. A Thousand Splendid Suns, Khaled Hosseini; Riverhead Books, 2007
  9. A Wind in the House of Islam, David Garrison; WIGTake Resources, 2014
  10. A World Without Islam, Graham E Fuller; Hachette, 2010
  11. Ali and the robots, Jamila Gavin; Methuen Childrens, 1986
  12. Alif the Unseen, G. Willow Wilson; Grove Press, 2012
  13. American Islam: The Struggle for the Soul of a Religion, Paul M. Barrett; Macmillan 2006
  14. Arab and Muslim Stereotyping in American Popular Culture, Jack G. Shaheen; Washington, D.C.: Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, 1997.
  15. The Arabian Nights: Tales from a Thousand and One Nights, Richard Francis Burton
  16. Arabs and Muslims in the Media: Race and Representation after 9/11, Evelyn Alsultany; NYU Press
  17. Blackman’s Burden, Mack Reynolds; Ace Books, 1961
  18. The Boat of a Million Years, Poul Anderson; Tor Publishers, 1989
  19. The Book in the Wall, John Simpson; Rubric Publicatins, 2006
  20. The Book of Strangers, Ian Dallas; SUNY Press, 1972
  21. Border, Breed nor Birth, Mack Reynolds; Ace Books, 1972
  22. The Butterfly Mosque: A Young American Woman’s Journey to Love and Islam, G. Willow Wilson; Random House, 2010
  23. Canopus in Argis: Archives, Doris Lessing; Vintage Books, 1992
  24. Carnifex, Tom Kratman; Simon and Schuster, 2007
  25. Children of the Alley, Naguib Mahfouz; Knopf Doubleday Publishing group, 1996
  26. Cities of Salt, Abdul Rahman Munif; Cape, 1987
  27. Cold Allies, Patricia Anthony; Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1993
  28. Covering Islam: How the Media and the Experts Determine How we See the Rest of the World, Edward W. Said; Random House, 1997
  29. The Crystal Empire, Neil Smith; Tom Doherty Assoc., 1986
  30. Daughters of Another Path: Experiences of American Women Choosing Islam, Carol L. Anway; Yawna Publications, 1995
  31. The Desert of Souls, Howard Jones; St Martin’s Griffin, 2012
  32. Destiny Disrupted: A History of the World through Islamic Eyes, Tamim Ansary; Public Affairs, 2009
  33. Diaspora, Greg Egan; Orion, 1997
  34. Does my head look big in this? Randa Abdel-Fattah; Pan macMillan, 2005
  35. Dreams of Trespass: Tales of a Harem Girlhood, Fatima Mernissi; Perseus Books, 1995
  36. Dune, Frank Herbert, 1965
  37. Dune: The Butlerian Jihad, Brian Herbert; Macmillan, 2002
  38. Edenborn, Nick Sagan; G.P.Putman’s Sons, 2004
  39. Engraved on the Eye, Ahmed Saladin; Ridan Publishing, 2012
  40. The Exile Kiss, George Alec Effinger; Open Road Media, 1991
  41. Eye in the Sky, Philip Dick; Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1957
  42. Fool’s War, Sarah Zettel; Open Road Media, 1997
  43. Globalhead: Stories, Bruce Sterling; Mark V ZIesing, 1992
  44. Guilty: Hollywood’s verdict on Arabs after 9/11, Jack G. Shaheen; Northampton, MA: Olive Branch Press, 2008.
  45. The Hakawati, Rabih Alameddine; Random House, 2008
  46. Hegira, Greg Bear; Open Road Media, 1979
  47. The House of Wisdom: How the Arabs Transformed Western Civilization, Jonathan Lyons; Bloomsbury Press, 2008
  48. In the Land of Invisible Women: A Female Doctor’s Journey in the Saudi Kingdom, Qanta A. Ahmed; Sourcebooks, Inc. 2008
  49. imuslims: Rewiring The House Of Islam. Bunt, Gary; Chapel Hill, NC: UNC Press, 2009.
  50. Islam In The Digital Age: E-Jihad, Online Fatwas And Cyber Islamic Environments. Bunt, Gary; London: Pluto Press, 2003
  51. Lions Blood: A Novel of Slavery and Freedom in an Alternate America, Steven Barnes; Grand central Publishing, 2002
  52. The Lions of Al-Rasan, Guy Gavrial Kay; HarperPrism, 1995
  53. Looking for the Mahdi, N Lee Wood; Ace Books, 1996
  54. Love in a Headscarf, Shelina Zahra Janmohamed; Beacon Press, 2010
  55. Love, Inshallah: The secret love lives of American Muslim Women; Softskull press, 2012
  56. Many voices, One Faith: Islamic Writers Alliance Anthology, Pamela K Taylor; Variocity, 2005
  57. Muhammad: A Biography of the Prophet, Karen Armstrong; Harper Collins, 1991
  58. The Muslim next door: the Qur’an, the media, and that veil thing, Sumbul Ali-Karamali; White Cloud Press, 2008
  59. Muslims and American Popular Culture, Anne Richards and Iraj Omidvar; Praeger Imprint, 2014.
  60. My Country ‘Tis of Thee, Keith Ellison; Gallery Books, 2013
  61. Navigator, Stephen Baxter; Penguin Group, 2008
  62. Night of Kadar, Garry Kilworth; Hachette, 1978
  63. Painted Hands: A Novel, Jennifer Zobair; Macmillan, 2013
  64. Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood; Pantheon Books, 2004
  65. Raising the Stones, Sheri tepper; Orion, 1990
  66. Rebel Music: Race, empire, and the New Muslim Youth Culture, Hisham Aidi, Random House
  67. Reel Bad Arabs: how Hollywood vilifies a people, Jack G. Shaheen; Northampton, MA: Olive Branch Press, 2009.
  68. The Shadow of Ararat, Thomas Harlan; Tor Fantasy, 1999
  69. Snare: A Novel of the Far Future, Katherine Kerr; Tor, 2003
  70. Soft Target, Dean Ing; Ace Pub Corp, 1979
  71. Splinters, Ahmad Suwailem; 1994
  72. Stand on Zanzibar, John Brunner; Macmillan, 1968
  73. Sting of the Black Widow, Loren Robinson; Spokane: Books in motion, 2007
  74. Strength of Stones, Greg Bear; Open Road Media
  75. Sword of Allah, Richard Elliott; Ballantine Books, 1984
  76. Taking Back Islam: American Muslims reclaim their faith, Michael Wolfe, New York: Rodale, 2002
  77. Templars and assassins: The Militia of Heaven, James Wasserman; Destiny Books, 2001
  78. Thomas Jefferson’s Qur’an: Islam and the Founders, Denise Spellberg; Random House, 2013
  79. Throne of the Crescent Moon, Ahmed Saladin; Gollancz, 2013
  80. Travels and Medals, Ahmad Suwailem; 1983
  81. The Trial of Christopher Okigbo, Ali Mazrui; Heinemann, 1971
  82. Ultimate Revelations, Javed Akhtar; Oriole international, 1996
  83. When Religion Meets New Media, Heidi Campbell, London: Routledge, 2010
  84. The World at the End of time, Frederick Pohl; Ballantine Books, 1990
  85. Written In Blood, Chris Lawson; MirrorDanse Books, 2003
  86. Years of Rice and Salt, Kim Stanley Robinson; Bantam Books, 2002
  87. Zeitoun, Dave Eggers; Random House, 2009
  88. Zulu Heart, Steven Barnes; Aspect, 2003

Films

  1. The 13th Warrior; Touchstone Pictures, 1999
  2. A Jihad for Love; First Run Features, 2007
  3. A Mighty Heart; Brad Pitt, 2007
  4. A Separation; Asghar Farhadi, 2011
  5. Aching Heart; Danmarks Radio, 2007
  6. Aladdin; Walt Disney Feature Animation, 1992
  7. Al-Ghazali: The Alchemist of Happiness; Abdul Latif Salazar, 2004
  8. All American Muslim; TLC, 2011-2012 (TV)
  9. Allah Made me funny: Live in concert, 2008
  10. Amreeka; Christina Piovesan, 2009
  11. Arranged; Film movement, 2007
  12. The Band’s Visit; Ehud Bleiberg, 2007
  13. Bilal’s Stand; MPI Media Group, 2010
  14. Children of Heaven; The Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children & Young Adults; 1997 [Iran]
  15. Chronicles of Riddick; Radar Pictures, 2004
  16. Dune; Dino De Laurentiis Corporation, 1984
  17. East is East; BBC Films, 1999
  18. Fahrenheit 9/11; Michael Moore, 2004
  19. The Final Cut; Nick Wechsler, 2004
  20. Fordson; JoiningTheDocs.tv, 2011
  21. Hideous Kinky; AMLF, 1998
  22. Hijab-Mulheres de vue; Canhota Filmes, 2013
  23. In a better world; Zentropa, 2010
  24. Inside Islam: what a billion Muslims really think; UPF Unity Productions Foundation, 2010
  25. Kingdom of Heaven; Ridley Scott, 2005
  26. Lawrence of Arabia; Horizon Pictures, 1962
  27. Le Grand Voyage; Humbert Balsan, 2004
  28. Lion of the Desert; Anchor Bay, 1981
  29. Looking for comedy in the Muslim world; Seventh Picture Production, 2005
  30. Man push cart; Koch Lorber Films, 2005
  31. The Message; Anchor Bay, 1977
  32. Mooz-lum; Peace Film, 2011
  33. Muhammad: legacy of a prophet; UPF Unity Productions Foundation, 2002
  34. The Mummy; Alphaville Films, 1999
  35. The Muslims are coming; Vaguely Qualified Productions, 2013
  36. New Muslim Cool; Jennifer Maytorena Taylor, 2009
  37. On a tightrope; Piraya Film, 2007
  38. Once Upon a Time in Anatolia; Zeyno Film, 2011
  39. Paradise Now; Bero Beyer, 2005
  40. Persepolis; The Kennedy/Marshall Company, 2007
  41. Pitch Black; PolyGram Filmed, 2000
  42. Prince Among Slaves, UPF Unity Productions Foundation, 2008
  43. Reel Bad Arabs; Jack Shaheen; Media Education Foundation, 2006
  44. Robin Hood: Prince of thieves; Morgan Creek 1991
  45. Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas; Dreamworks Animation, 2003
  46. Star Wars: Episodes I-VI; Lucasfilm, 1977-2005
  47. The Suitors; First Run features, 1998
  48. Veiled Ambition; Rebel films, 2006
  49. The Visitor; Participant Media, 2009
  50. War is Menstrual Envy; Nick Zedd, 1992
  51. Wedding in Galilee; Viacom media Networks, 1988
  52. The Wind and the Lion; Warner home video, 1975
  53. Women of the Sand; Chaim Litewski 2008

Television

  1. American Dad (TV series). CIA agent and family moves to Saudi Arabia, 2005.
  2. Andromeda. Islamic themes, 2000.
  3. Battlestar Galatica (TV series). British Sky Broadcasting, 2004 – Present.
  4. Children of Dune (Mini-series), many characters and themes related to Islam, 2003.
  5. Deep Space Nine (TV series) Dr. Julian Bashir is a Muslim, original character in the series, 1993-1999.
  6. Dune (Mini-series), many characters and themes related to Islam, 2000.
  7. Lost (TV series) Sayid Hassan Jarrah is a Muslim, original character in the series, 2004- present.

Comics Books and Comic Book Characters

  1. AK Superher Comics. An Egyptian-based publishing venture founded by Dr. Ayman Kandeel that has published a monthly comic since 2004. (Egypt).
  2. Aya Princess of Darkness is a Superhero (AK Comics, 2004). (Egypt)
  3. Jalila: Portector of the City of All Faiths is a Superhero (AK Comics, 2004). (Egypt)
  4. Persepolis 2. Written by Iranian Marjane Satrapi this 187 page graphic-novel styled autobiography told in comic strips is a continuation of Satrapi’s memoir in comics of her flight from Iran in 1984 that was adapted for the 2008 film. Pantheon, New York, 2004
  5. Rakan is a Superhero (AK Comics, 2004). (Egypt)
  6. The 99. A comic book by Naif Al-Mutawa. An Islamic comic book with a significant run, 16 issues through 2007, published by Teshkeel Comics. (Kuwait)
  7. Zein is a Superhero (AK Comics, 2004). (Egypt)
  8. Abdul Qamar aka Arabian Knight is a superhero who first appeared in the Incredible Hulk series #250 (Marvel Comics, 1980).
  9. Alibar is a character in the Marvel universe. He is based on Ali Baba, and first appeared in Thor (vol. 1) #141.
  10. Aminedi is a member of the Iraqi superhuman military team known as Desert Sword, a fictional human/mutant team. First appeared in issue #7 (Marvel Comics, 1991).
  11. Batal aka Hero is a Syrian mutant agent who first appeared in New Warriors I#58 (Marvel Comics, April, 1995).
  12. Black Tiger is the religious leader of Muslim people of Murkatesh who first appeared in the Deadly Hands of Kung-Fu#20/5, 29/3 (Marvel Comics, October, 1976).
  13. Davood Nassur aka Sinbad is a Quraci teenager with telekinetic abilities who appeared in the Superman Comics, series 2 #48, (DC Comics, 1986).
  14. Desert Hawk is a character who first appears in Sgt Fury and His Howling Comamndos (vol 1) #37 “In The Desert To Die” (Marvel, Dec.1966).
  15. Excalibur a.ka. Faiza Hussain is a character created by Paul Cornell and Jesse Delperdang. She first appeared in Captain Britain and MI13 #1 “The Guns of Avalon:Part One (Marvel, Jul.2008).
  16. Hamed Ali is a DC comic character created by Bob Haney and Mike Sekowsky. He is considered the archenemy of B’wana Beast. First appeared in Showcase #66 (DC, 1967).
  17. Hamza and Damascus are members of Stormwatch, a fictional United Nations superhero team in the Wildstorm Universe of American comics. Stormwatch was created by Jim Lee (Wildstorm, 1993).
  18. Hasan al Armani is a supporting character created by Doug Moench and Vince Giarrano for the DC comics universe. He first appeared in Spectre (vol. 2) #21 (DC, 1988).
  19. Janissary a.k.a. Selma Tolon is a character affiliated with the Justice League. She was created by Brian Vaughan and Hector Collazo. First appeared in JLA Annual #4 (DC, Aug.2000).
  20. Justice Josiah al hajj Saddiq (Josiah X) is a member of The Crew and first appeared in The Crew issue #1 (Marvel Comics, 2003).
  21. Kismet is freedom fighter who hides out in the forests of Southern France and battles the Nazi occupiers. First appeared in Bomber Comics #1 (Elliot Publishing, Spring 1944).
  22. Mohammed Ibn Bornu is a North African heroic member of the DC Comics Cadre of the Immortal with an electronic spear that fired bolts of lightning; he rode a flying robot horse. They first appear in Justice League of America #235 and were created by Gerry Conway and Chuck Patton. (DC Comics, February 1985).
  23. Muhammad Nur is the leader of the Harlem Four, first appeared as a parody of the Fantastic Four in a comic strip entitled Fantastic Black Folks (Brain Tablet, 1992).
  24. Muhammad X is the name of a fictional character in the DC Comics universe. First appeared in Superman v2, #179 and were created by writers Jeph Loeb & Geoff Johns, and penciller Ariel Olivetti. (DC Comics, August 2002).
  25. Muslim Alababa is a character from Rusty and the Boyville Brigadiers who first appeared in Feature Comics #32 (Quality Comics, May 1940).
  26. Naif al-Sheikh Leader is a Saudi superhero in the DC Comics universe and a former member of Justice League Elite. Created by Joe Kelly and Doug Mahnke, the character first appeared in Justice League Elite #1 (DC Comics, September 2004).
  27. Rampart aka Jaffar Ibn Haroun Al Raschid is a member of the Sovereign Seven and was created by Chris Claremon (DC Comics, 1995).
  28. Rose Kugel aka Wild Rose is Palestinian Israeli agent who first appeared in the Punisher II#7 (Marvel Comics, March 1988).
  29. Sedara Bakut is a paranormal human and a member of Psi-Force who first appeared in issue #25 (Marvel Comics, ca. 1998).
  30. Selma Tolon aka Janissary is a Turkish Doctor who first appeared in the JLA Annual #4 (DC Comics-Summer 2000).
  31. Sirocco is a fictional character, a mutant and member of the Iraqi superhuman military team known as Desert Sword. His first appearance was in New Mutants Annual #7, (Marvel Comics, 1991).
  32. Sooraya Qadir, code name Dust, is a Sunni Muslim female mutant-first appeared in New X Men: Academy X #133 (DC Comics, 2002).
  33. Talib bin Khalid is a member of Checkmate, a fictional covert operations agency. He first appeared in vol. 2, #1 (DC Comics, June 2006).
  34. Veil is a fictional character, a mutant and member of the Iraqi superhuman military team known as Desert Sword. Her first appearance was in New Mutants Annual #7, (Marvel Comics, 1991).

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