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Event submissions via Know Events has been retired effective December 20, 2013. University Communications is implementing a new events calendar in January 2014. The new site is located at calendar.utexas.edu.

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January 26, 2011
Time:6-8 p.m.
Description:Graham E. Fuller, former vice chairman of the National Intelligence Council at the CIA, will sign copies of his newly released book, "A World Without Islam."

"Publishers Weekly" says: In this wide-ranging historical text, Fuller suggests that many of the current tensions that exist between the East and the West have geopolitical rather than religious origins and that these tensions would have arisen in a "world without Islam." The author opens the book with a theological analysis that emphasizes the continuities among the three Abrahamic faiths. He then pivots to an extended history of the Christian world that focuses on the conflict between Latin and Byzantine Europe, pointing out that the schism between them largely motivated the Crusades. The book then covers the relationship of Islam to Russia, India and China before turning to the Muslim world specifically, surveying its centuries-long decline from a position of cultural, political, and economic dominance.
Location:University Teaching Center 4.110
URL:More about this event...
Contact:Ahmed D Atik
Sponsor:Islamic Dialogue Student Association
Admission:Free
Categories:Diversity, Everyone, Faculty, Lecture/talk, Politics & International
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