Location: Kroch Library, Entrance Hallway
November, 2016 - April, 2017
The world of Islam is not "monolithic," nor is it limited to the Middle East. Asia is home to 65 percent of the world's Muslims, including an incredible variety of different sects, beliefs, and traditions.
This exhibition explores the diversity of Islamic heritage of Asia past and present, the spread of religion along the ancient Silk Road, and how religion itself was affected by the wide variety of cultures and traditions found in Asia.
Credits: Xin Li; Boris Hristov Michev; Pat Fox; Carla DeMello; Zsuzsa Koltay; Melanie Lefkowitz; Carole Atkinson (Coordinator); Jing Carlson; Lisa Lefever; Bronwen Bledsoe; Greg Green; Liren Zheng; Jeff Petersen; Ron Clark; Adam Spry; Ali Houissa (Curator).
In person, please visit: 174 & 180 Kroch Asia Library.
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