Academic studies in adult education
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Academic studies in adult education (X350): The study of teaching and learning, the arrangement of the curriculum, and the investigation of the learning process in order to improve learning ability and efficiency in adults.Displaying 1 - 10 of 10
|Book List 2||
An updated book list including recommended general reading as well as specific lists for Ibn al-Fāriḍ and Jelāl al-dīn Rūmī.
|Islamic Poetry, Islamic mysticism||view|
|Finding online resources: help and guidance for tutors||
Guide to finding useful online resources for teaching and learning. developed by the Sesame Project.
|Five Wine Poems from Rumi's Dīwān||
A selection of poems with different translators on the theme of wine and spiritual intoxifaction
|Attar, Wine, Islamic mysticism||view|
|Ghazal 2214 from Rumi's Dīwān||
Two different translations of what is perhaps the most famous poem from the Dīwān.
|Rumi, Ghazal, Islamic mysticism||view|
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|Ibn al-Fāriḍ: An Introduction||
A basic overview of life and work, plus a short introduction to "The Wine Ode".
|Ibn al-Farid, Mysticism||view|
|Ibn al-Farid: The Wine Ode||
The text of one of Ibn al-Farid's most famous poems, as translated by Th. Emil Homerin
|Ibn al-Farid: Three More Poems||
Three additional poems studied in Week 2 to give a taste of the range of imagery and tone used by Ibn al-Farid.
|Introduction to Islamic Mystical Poetry 3||
An overview of the course and a recap of Islamic Mystical Poetry 1 & 2
|Islam, Mysticism, Poetry||view|
|Introduction to Mystical Islamic Poetry 4||
A brief survey of the poets covered so far in Mystical Islamic Poetry 1-3