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Saturday
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Interfaith Curricular Development Workshop: a Transatlantic Perspective

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12:30

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You are invited to attend a two-day workshop on developing inclusive K-12 curriculum responsive to the needs of students of varying religious and cultural backgrounds. The workshop will be divided into two sessions. First, on Saturday, a Muslim-Christian discussion of interfaith curricular development. Second, on Sunday, a Muslim-Jewish discussion of interfaith curricular development. Both sessions will draw from expertise and experience in the UK and in the US.

These sessions will showcase similarities and contrasts in the development of such curricula and focus on challenges and solutions to the issues such engagement raises. Each session will begin with expert presentations, which will then form the basis for discussion of approaches, challenges, and desired outcomes. Each session will conclude with the entire group collaboratively developing a white paper on the subject of curricular development.


Muslim-Christian, Saturday 1-4pm
Hilberry A, Student Center Building, Wayne State University
5221 Gullen Mall, Detroit, MI 48202


John Barton, Pepperdine University
Saeed Khan, Wayne State University
Keith Huey, Religion and Philosophy, Rochester College (MI)

Developing a Muslim-Christian Dialogue Course at an Evangelical College

Ida Glasser, Rice University, Oxford University (UK)

Curricular Development in the UK

Shams ud-Doha, Principal at Ebrahim College, London, UK
Sidra Ali, Harvard Divinity School

Curricular Development, Harvard Divinity School


Jewish-Muslim, Sunday 9am-12:30pm
St Andrews Hall, Wayne State University
431 E Congress St, Detroit, MI 48226


Saeed Khan, Wayne State University
Howard Lupovitch, Wayne State University

Curricular development through trust building

Shams ud-Doha, Principal, Ebrahim College, London, UK

Sponsored by:
Center for the Study of Citizenship, Cohn-Haddow Center for Jewish Studies, The IDEA Fund