Course Offerings

FALL 2017
Course Number Course Title Instructor Name
ICIVS 720 Islamic Civilizations Studies Roxani Margariti
ICIVS 735R Advanced Language Study - Arabic Rkia Cornell
ICIVS 770 Sufism, Belief and Practice Scott Kugle
MESAS 430W Gender, Sexuality, Islam Scott Kugle
ARTHIST 592 Visual Representations of
Sacramental Mysteries
Elizabeth Pastan and Walter Melion
HIST 585 European Borderlands Matthew Payne and Astrid Eckert
HIST 585 Global History Tonio Andrade
RLR 700 Ethnography, Everyday Ethics
and Moral Thought
Don Seeman
RLR 700 Ethnographic Methods and Writing Joyce Flueckiger and James Hoesterey
Course Number Course Title Instructor Name
ICIVS 710 Historiography of Islam Vincent Cornell
ICIVS 715 Islamic Mystical Theology Vincent Cornell
ICIVS 716 Islamic Society in South Asia Scott Kugle
ICIVS 770 Plotinus:  Neoplatonism from
Plato to Giordano Bruno
Kevin Corrigan
ICIVS 770 Feminist Landscapes: History,
Historiography and the Question
of the Archive in South Asia
Ruby Lal
ARTHIST 739R Medieval Art and Architecture Elizabeth Pastan
HIST 585 Subaltern Studies Gyan Pandey
FALL 2018
Course Number Course Title Instructor Name
ICIVS 510 ICIVS Research Methods Devin Stewart
MESAS 430 Gender, Sexuality, Islam Carrie Wickham
MESAS 470 Islamic Extremism: Causes
and Consequences
Vincent Cornell
RLR 700 Ethnography and Religious
Don Seeman
ARAB 510R Intensive Arabic Training Rkia Cornell
PERS 797R Supervised Reading in Persian Hossein Samei


Links below to course offerings for each semester, as pdf formatted lists.

Fall 2013 Spring 2014
Fall 2014 Spring 2015
Fall 2015 Spring 2016
Fall 2016 Spring 2017


OPUS is the official record of course offerings at Emory.

ICIVS is an interdisciplinary program, so students may select courses in related fields,
e.g., History, Philosophy, Religion, etc.  Graduate students may also register for
400 level courses offered by the College, with courses in Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies
being of particular interest.  See links below for information related to programs and departments.