Building Islam in Detroit Project Overview

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Show simple item record Building Islam in Detroit en_US 2007-10-24T20:02:01Z 2007-10-24T20:02:01Z 2005-02 en_US
dc.description Building Islam in Detroit: An Interdisciplinary Study of Muslim Institutions and Collective Spaces The public and private spaces Muslims have built in Detroit, their mosques, homes, schools, and neighborhoods, are products of careful thought and negotiation. In this project students of Architecture, Anthropology, American Culture and Sociology examine how communal places and institutions have been made Muslim in Detroit, focusing on processes of building, inhabiting, and display. Team Members: Omar Baghdadi, Mucahit Bilici, Kate McClellan, Derek Roberts Advisors: Sally Howell, Andrew Shryock en_US
dc.description.sponsorship GROCS is a Digital Media Commons program to fund student research on the use of rich media in collaborative learning. en_US
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dc.title Building Islam in Detroit Project Overview en_US
dc.type Presentation en_US
dc.contributor.affiliationumcampus Ann Arbor en_US
dc.description.bitstreamurl Presentation.ppt en_US
dc.owningcollname GROCS: GRant Opportunities[Collaborative Spaces]
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