Tag Archives: education

Curriculum on early Islam

Kim asked: Dear Jessica, I hope you are still taking questions on this site. I am an aspiring Religion teacher (high school level) who want to ask about early Muslim history. To summarize, there is a lot of fear, hate … Continue reading

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7 Myths about Why Higher Education is Failing

Okay, so I should just stop claiming that one of the purposes of this blog isn’t to talk about the current failings with higher education because obviously I can’t stop blogging about it. I’m also a little nervous to post … Continue reading

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Should academia be addressing for-profit education?

First off, a little self-advertisement: Nahida very kindly asked me to write a guest post for the fatal feminist, so head over if you want to read some rambling thoughts about Quranic revisionism in Western scholarship. This is going to … Continue reading

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Learning about Islam

Early warning – as I mentioned a few months ago, we’re heading into the ‘Jessica is finishing her doctorate and therefore is spending all of her time working or panicking that she should be working right now’ period of my … Continue reading

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