Critical Thinking for the Modern Muslim Woman Psychology Student: A Summer in Islamabad

Abstract

Teaching critical thinking at the International Islamic University - Islamabad (IIU-I) in 2008 gave me a chance to reflect on religion and politics, leftism and anti-imperialism, and to learn more about the region. Some reflections for radical teachers.
https://doi.org/10.5195/rt.2015.174
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