Scheme and Syllabus for the First Degree Programme under the Choice Based Credit and Semester

System (CBCS) in Affiliated Colleges 2010

ISLAMIC HISTORY

UNIVERSITY OF KERALA 2010

COURSE STRUCTURE FOR THE FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CHOICE BASED CREDIT AND SEMESTER (CBCS) SYSTEM IN ISLAMIC HISTORY SEM. COURSE NO. NUMBER EN EN I IH IH 1111 1111 1121 1141 1131 1132 COURSE TITLE Lang. Course I (English- I) Lang. Course II (Addl. Lang. 1 ) Foundation Course I Core I- Methodology and Muslim Historiography Compl. Course I- Understanding Islam Compl. Course II ............... Total EN EN IH IH 1211 1212 1211 II 1241 1231 1232 Lang. Course III (English II) Lang. Course IV (English III) Lang. Course V (Addl. Lang. II) Core II- Life and Mission of Prophet Muhammad Compl. Course III- Foundations of Islamic Culture Compl. Course IV ............... Total EN IH III IH IH 1311 1311 1321 1341 1331 1332 Lang. Course VI (English IV) Lang. Course VII (Addl. Lang. III) Foundation Course II - Informatics Core III- Glorious Caliphate and SocioPolitical Institutions Compl. Course V- Islamic Culture and Civilization Compl. Course VI ............... Total EN IH IV IH IH 1411 1411 1441 1442 1431 1432 Lang. Course VIII (English V) Lang. Course IX (Addl. Lang. IV) Core Course IV - The Umayyah and Abbasiyah Core Course V- Muslims in Europe Compl. Course VII- Contemporary Muslim world Compl. Course VIII ............... Total 25 5 5 5 4 3 3 25 21 4 4 4 3 3 3 21 25 5 5 4 5 3 3 20 4 4 3 4 3 3 INSTR HRS 5 4 4 6 3 3 25 5 4 4 6 3 3 NUMBER OF CREDIT 4 3 2 4 2 2 17 4 3 3 4 3 3

IH IH IH V IH IH IH

1541 1542 1543 1544 1545 1551

Core Course VI-Muslim World Between 10th and 15th Centuries Core Course VII-Rise and Fall of the Ottoman Empire Core Course VIII-Indian History I (711-1707) Core Course IX-Indian History II (1707-1947) Core Course X-History and Culture of Kerala Muslims Open Course I-Islamic Economics and Banking Project/Dissertation Total

4 4 3 4 4 3 3 25 5 5 5 4 3 3 25 150

4 4 2 4 4 2 20 4 4 4 3 2 4 21 120

IH IH IH VI IH IH IH

1641 1642 1643 1644 1651 1645

Core Course X I- Select Problems of West Asia Core Course XII – Revivalist Movement in Islam Core Course XIII –Human Rights in Islam Core Course XIV – Islamic Economics Open II (Elective)- Political Thought in Islam Project Total Grand Total

Summary
Language Course (English) Additional Language Foundation Courses Compl. Courses Core Courses Open/Elective Project Total ESA Duration CA % ESA % 5 4 2 8 14 2 1 36 courses 24hrs 18hrs 8hrs 24hrs 64hrs 6hrs 6hrs 150hrs 3hrs 25 75 19 credits 14 credits 5 credits 22 credits 52 credits 4 credits 4 credits 120 credits

fill up. = 30 The objective type questions may be one word answer. true or false. - The short answers may be conceptual in nature The short essays may be conceptual and analytical in nature Among the long essays one shall be in application level question . multiple choice questions etc. IV. Objective type questions (4 Bunches). Each bunch consists of 4 questions (16 questions) Weightage .. III. match the following. Wt. II.1 for each bunch (1 x 4 = 4) Short answers (8 out of 12) Weightage – 1 Short essays (5 out of 8) Weightage – 2 Long essays (2 out of 3) Weightage – 4 (1 x 8 = 8) (2 x 5 = 10) (2 x 4 = 8) Max..PATTERN OF QUESTIONS The Pattern of Questions shall be I.

Viva Voce No. D or E . C. B. B. Indicators 1 2 3 4 Presentation skills Clarity in the subject Score * W point 1 2 1 1 5 Total Defending Overall Total * The score may be either A. C. D or E 2.Evaluation indicators 1. Project Report No. Indicators 1 2 3 Introduction & Review of literature Methodology Analysis Conclusion & Suggestions Score * W point 1 2 3 1 1 8 Total 4 Bibliography & Appendix Total * The score may be either A.

Module II. Tarif (1975) Islamic Historiography. E. London. Syed Ali (1980) Koranic concept of history. 3.Amir Khusrau. To distinguish the special features of Muslim historiography and different forms of historical writings.H. L eicester. 6. 16. Albany State University of New York. Nisar Ahmed (1979) Early Muslim Historiography. Collingwood.Ibn Khaldun Module IV. (1979) The rise of historical writing among the Arabs.Muslim Historiography Al Biruni. 4. B. Calcutta. New Delhi. London.1141 Core Course I (Semester I) METHODOLOGY AND MUSLIM HISTORIOGRAPHY 4 credits : 6hrs/week 1. M. To introduce history with its theory and method. Ali. (1961) What is History? London. M. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS IH.Thompson (1952) History of historical writing. 2. 17. Ali (1979) On the sociology of Islam.Margoliouth. 10. Islamabad. 8. Sheikh (2002) History: Its Theory and Method.Forms of Muslim Historiography and Arab Historians Ibn Ishaq. London. Mazheruddin (1993) The Koranic concept of History. Carr. Encyclopaedia Britannica (2008) New York.G. 3.) Interpretation of history. S. 2.UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B.Classification and analysis of dataDocumentation –Report writing. Aims of the course:The course intends to familiarise students with the methodology specific to history and introduces the features of Muslim Historiography and Muslim historians. 3. Akhalidi. Delhi. Objectives of the course:1. Syllabus:Module I . Macmillan. England. 19. Module III. Abdul Hameed (n. BOOKS RECOMMENDED:1.Ziauddin Barani-Abul Fazal 4. 12. Arnold (1947-57) A Study of History.Research methodology and Techniques Identification of problem or topic.Isnad. H. Islamic research institute. To enable the students to write papers on history and historians.Rasul.Sources of Islamic history-Quran and Hadith. Duri. Dr. 18.Review of related literature-Formulation of hypothesis .Shariati. 9.Issawi. 5.History History defined.Siddiqui. 15. Lahore. Leiden. Dr. 11. To familiarise Muslim historians and their contribution to historiography. (1906) The Idea of History .Ibn Hisham. Faruqi. 13.Siddiqui. Lahore.Toynbee. Berkeley. Charles (1955) An Arab philosophy of history.Rozenthal. .Footnotes.Features of Muslim Historiography.Hardy. New York. Encyclopaedia of Islam (Latest Edition) Leiden. Franz (1952) A History of Muslim Historiography.Chronological uniformity. 7. (1930) Lectures on Arab Historians. 14.Indo. d. 2 Vols. A. Ashraf. Delhi.Bibliography. Oxford.Reliability and Authentic ity. 2. D.Al Waqidi Al TabariAl Balabduri. Ghulam (1968) Origin and development of Muslim Historiography. 4. R. A. Peter (1960) Historians of Medieval India .Al Mas’udi.Data collection.

Cultural side of Islam 8.Intellectual. degraded womenhood etc. A. Introduction to Islam.Belief in the Predestination /Divine Decree Significance of the Articles of faith in the Spiritual and Worldly Life of Believers Module III -Ideals of Islam Social. Some misconceived concepts in Islam:-Jizya-Purdhah-Jihad-Talaq-Fatwa Module IV-Islam in the Understanding of Great Men Napoleon Bonaparte. A. H.International. Aims of the course:The course intends to familiarize the ideology of Islam which explains peace and universal brotherhood to justice and benevolence. 1131 Compl. M. Encyclopaedia of Islam 7. London. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS IH. Syllabus Module I Necessity of Religion in Human Life: Scope and Limitation of Intellectual Powers of Men-Religion of Islam: Meaning and Different Connotations of the word ‘Islam’ The Holy Qur’an: Principal Charter of Islam Hadith/ the Traditions of the Prophet: Explanations to the Qur’an Module II Fundamentals of Islam Five Pillars of Islam Shahadah/ Declaration of Faith.Husein Nasir. S.M. 1959. DR. S. Ameer Ali. 3. Saeed Islamic Law. Maududi. Pickthall.Edward Gibbon.Cultural.Belief in the Hereafter.Tawhid/ Monotheism Versus Shirk/ PolytheismSalat/ Prayer. (1963)Towards Understanding Islam.Political. Hart 4. A. Lahore. The spirit of Islam..Mahatma Gandhi. Paris. secularism 4) To familiarize then students the Muslim way of thinking with its fundamental beliefs and obligatory duties.UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B.. 3) To cultivate the lofty ideals of religious toleration.Michael H. Ramadhan.Persistence to evil and Success in Life Zakat/ Poor Due-Eradication of Poverty-Foundation of Islamic Fraternity Sawm/ Fasting-Training for Spiritual and Moral Advancement Hajj/ the Pilgrimage-Universal Assembly of Muslims Articles of Faith Belief in Allah--Belief in the Angels . 1961 9. Roy.Devotion to Allah . A.. Karachi 4. London 1952. N. Siddiqui. Dr. BOOKS RECOMMENDED:1.Karachi.Leo Tolstoy. . 5.Belief in the Prophets. terrorism. communalism. (1969) The origin and development of Muslim institutions. Ideals and realities of Islam London. Spirit of Islam.Belief in the Revealed Scriptures. 1969 3.Thomas Carlyle.Amir Ali. M.Annie Bezant. Hameedullah. 1966 6.George Bernard Shaw. 2.. S. 2.EnvironmentalAdministrative. Dr.Moral.Vivekananda. Course I (Semester I) UNDERSTANDING ISLAM 2 credits : 3hrs/week 1. Objectives of the course:1) To understand what is Islam 2) To remove misconceptions on Islam regarding Jihad.

religious beliefs and social system prevailed in the pre.Badr. the religious teachings he imparted and the ideal society he framed. 2.Contemplation and commencement of missionopposition.Islamic Republic under Prophet Muhammad.Pledge of Aqaba. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS IH. vegetation. 1241 Core Course I I (Semester II) LIFE AND MISSION OF PROPHET MUHAMMAD 4 credits : 6hrs/week 1. Its climate. A. 2.Migration to Abyssinia .Hudaybiyah treaty and the Fall of Makkah-farewell pilgrimage and Human Rights declaration. 3. the troublesome days in Makkah and ultimate migration to Madinah.Israa’ and Mi’raj. It also throws light to the life of the Holy Prophet. and its population.Madinah Charter. Map:-Geographical division of Arabia Module II.Islamic times.Hijra of the ProphetModule III. the administrative setup he laid on. To pick up information by the students regarding the eventful life of Prophet Muhammad in the Madinah period such as the defensive wars he led. The Ansars and Muhajirs. Map:. the days of the prophethood. Objectives of the course:1.Ka’ba-. its climate and the Jahiliyya days of pre.UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B. It also gives an idea of the tribal culture.Religion and society.Bedouin life. Aims of the course:The course aims to familiarise students in the Geography of Arabian Peninsula.Status of Women in Islam-. 3. Uhud and Khandaq. To give an idea to the students of the early career of the Prophet.Jahiliyyah daysPoetry.Prophet at Madinah. To introduce an awareness among students in the Geography of Arabia.Five pillars of Islam.Islamic days.Prophet as reformer and Statesman. Module IV.battles of defence. desert life.Masjid Nabawi. Animal life.Prophet as ruler.Advent of Holy Prophet Birth and early life.Fundamentals of Islam Articles of faith. Syllabus:Module I Geography of Arabia.Death of Prophet. Man as vicegerent of God .

London.4. Siddiqi. Abdul Hassan Ali (1987) Islam and the World .) History of the Arabs. Lahore. 12. Lahore. K. (1953) The Spirit of Islam.) Arab Administration. 19. R. Cambridge History of Islam. S. Habib (n. (n . S. London. 1. Dr. London. Siddiqi. Darul Musannifin. Books Recommended:Ameer Ali. Ashraf.) Islam and the World. Hafiz Ghulam Muhammad (1969) The Holy Prophet. (1979) Seerat Sawrar-i-Alam. Bernard (n. W. . Hitti.d. 9.A. (1964) The Eternal Message of Muhammad. 2. Princeton. 7. (1962) A Literary History of the Arabs. Ameer Ali.d. Lahore.K. 3. Mazhar (1987) Organization of Government under the Prophet. Sarwar. Nadvi. Lewis.d. 15. Oxford. 16. Siddiqui.d.Q. A. 17. Numani. 10. S. Karachi. (1990) The History of the Saracens. A. (n. Lahore. Y. A. Ameer Ali. P. S. M. Watt. Haykal. A. (n. Azamgarh. Abdul Hameed (1969) The life of Muhammad. B. By Ismail Raji al Faruqi.H. 23. ENGLISH Tr. d. 24. (1962) Studies on the civilization of Islam (ed) Boston. 25. Gibb. Nicholson. 4. Sh. Mazharuddin (n. Hitti. Siddiqi. Delhi. 18. Karachi. Shibli (1971) Sirat al-Nabi. R.) Development of I slamic State and Society. Encyclopaedia of Islam. 14. 6. M. (1949) The Arabs: A short History . Nadvi. 11. P. Abdul Hassan Ali (1978) Nabi-Rehmat. 8. Cambridge.) Hayat Muhammad .) Relevant Chapters. S. 22. (1953) The Arabs: Short History. 21. R. A.d. H. Hussaini. Naeem (1975) Muhsin-i-Insaniat. Lewis. London. 20. Hourani. Edinburgh. (1990) Early Islam. (1956) Muhammad at Madinah. Azam. (Relevant Chapters). 13. Maududi. (1960) The Arabs in History . 5.

To introduce an awareness among students about the general principles of Islam. To familiarise the students with the real concept of economic system in Islam and the role of money upon the life and conditions of a Muslim. Islam gives clear cut instructions regarding the accumulation and distribution of wealth. A. 1231 Complementary Course I II (Semester II) FOUNDATIONS OF ISLAMIC CULTURE 3 credits : 3hrs/week 1. so many responsibilities upon her for a fine living in the family and society. Islam gave so many rights to women. a well conceived ideology of god-head and the importance of oneness of God.UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B. 3. Objectives of the course:1. its believes and practices one has to follow. 2. Module III Political thought in Islam – Man as vicegerent of Allah – Selection of ruler in Islam-Qualities of rulers and judges -Islamic views on democracy. 3. at the same time. it also recommends. Ownership of Wealth-Means of ownership-Distribution of wealth -Prohibition of Riba. materialism and universalism. To pick up the students of the exact nature of political administration suggested by Islam. It also enables the student that Islam means peace and it is a way of life and meant for the salvation hereafter. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS IH. Syllabus Module I Meaning of Islam – Sources of Islam – Articles of faith – Tawhid and Shirk – Five Pillars of Islam Module IIStatus of women in Islam – Polygamy and divorce – Dignity and dress code – Private and public life – Socio economic and religious rights. 2. Islam stands for an ideal democratic rule as practiced by pious caliphs and all other types of government system which are alien to Islam. Aims of the course:The course aims to give a deep insight to the students in the fundamental principles of the religion of Islam. 4. Module IVMisconceptions -Jizya-Hijab-Jihad -Terrorism-Fundamentalism-Communalism . It helps to realise all the prevalent prejudices against Islam from the minds of students. To give an idea to the students about the position of women envisaged by Islam.

S. M. BOOKS RECOMMENDED:1. 1957.Arnold. M. Lahore.. Karachi 4. A. 3. 1966 7. T. Hameedullah. 6. S. Ameer Ali. W. 1959.Husein Nasir. 14. 1969. 10. (1963)Towards Understanding Islam.Karachi. Paris. Van Kremar. (1969) The origin and development of Muslim institutions. Saeed Islamic Law. H. M.4. Politics in Islam. Azamgarh 13. Seerat-un-Nabi.S. Lahore. 2. The Legacy of Islam London.Amir Ali. Lahore.Pickthall. Hameedullah.. Dr. The spirit of Islam.S. Maududi.. Introduction to Islam. Dr.Ramadhan. Ideals and realities of Islam London. Islam in Modern History . Siddiqui. . 1961 12. DR. A. Suleyman Nadvi. The Muslim conduct of State. W. Cultural side of Islam 11. Princeton University Press. A. Dr. Spirit of Islam. London.. London 1952. 5. 1948 9. Smith. C. 1953. Encyclopaedia of Islam 8.

UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B. 2. Aims of the course:- To update and expand basic informatics skills and attitudes relevant to the emerging knowledge society and also to equip the students to effectively utilize the digital knowledge resources for their chosen courses of study.Scienctific references in Holy Quran Data Analysis with Scilab of the following topics:Creation of Heaven and earth – Rotation of earth and planets – The expanding earth – The earth’s gravitational force – Underground energy resources – The Ozone layer – Fossilization and iron content – The helio-centric system – Mathematical miracles in lexical concordance – Iron’s isotopes – The miracle of number 19 . 1321 Foundations Course II (Semester III) INFORMATICS 3 credits : 4hrs/week 1. To create awareness about social issues and concerns in the use of digital technology. To review the basic concepts & functional knowledge in the field of informatics. To create awareness about major informatic initiatives in India and Kerala. Objectives of the course:1. Syllabus Module I -Overview of information technology Features of the modern personal computer and peripherals – Computer networks and internet – Internet access methods. To review functional knowledge in a standard office package and popular utilities.internet as a knowledge repository – academic search techniques – Introduction to use of IT in teaching and learning – academic services . 4. 3.Halley’s comet and 76 years – Medical miracles of Quran – Embryology and creation – Finger prints – Honey as prophetic medicine – Ablution and h eath purity – Medical benefits of fasting during Ramadan – The wisdom behind the prohibition of blood. A. To create awareness about nature of the emerging digital knowledge society. BRNET Module II. Module IV. internet and mobile phones – Impact of IT on language and culture Module III – Historical references in Holy Quran Data Analysis with SPSS of the following topics. NICNET. To impart skills to enable students to use digital knowledge resources in learning.INFLIBNET. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS IH. 5. carrion and pork. 3.Social informatics Cyber ethics – Cyber crime – Cyber threats – Cyber security – Privacy issue – Cyber laws – Cyber addictions – health issues – guidelines for proper use of computers. . Quran as a source of history – Historicity of Adam and Eve – Biblical and Quranic evidences – The Sumerians and the Noah’s Ark – The people of Ad and city of Ubar – Prophet Salih and people of Thamud – The people of Sodom and romorrah and history of Dead sea – Pharoah in the Quran and old Testment – The people of Saba and the Arim flood – Google Earth and Bhuvana for map study. 6. 2.

Fundamentals of Information Technology – Leon Vikas. Nair. Computers Today – Leon Vikas.com www. Information Technology: The Basics – Thomson Learning 5. Leon & Mathews Leon. 4. V. Achuth S. Rajaraman.Bhasha Institute 6.5. Introduction to Information Technology – Prentice Hall 2. 3. Alexis Leon & Mathews Leon. Technology in Action – Pearson Web Resources (to incorporate from general informatics) www.org . Suggested Reading:1. Information Technology – Thiruvananthapuram. Barbara Wilson.islamic medicine.mircles of the Quran.

9. 5. Syllabus:Module I . 1953 10. 2.Bayt al Mal. Aims of the course:The course aims to familiarise students the great Muslim civilization that existed in the 7 th -century A. Hitti: The Arabs: Short History . W.Census .Syed Amir Ali. . BOOKS RECOMMENDED:1.Islamic Administration Man as vicegerent of God (Khalifah).W.WaqfEnvironment.. Philip K.Iftah.tr.A. Umar – Expansion of the republic . (Relevant Chapters). Hussaini. Arab Administration.Standardisation of Quran. 1971. History of the Arabs. W Muir.UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B.Egypt.Battle of Jamal and Siffin . Ali.Health and Hygiene. 8.Inheritance. Oxford: 1913.S. 4. London.Sir T. Beirut: 1961 11. To look the details of socio -political institutions established and its relevance. D.Eng.Apostacy.A. 1960. To provide an in depth knowledge to students regarding the greatest glory of Khilafah. The Caliphate. Arnold.The Caliphate.assassination and consequences. Hitti. The Spirit of Islam. London.S.Election – Allegations.S. A. B. Irving.Islamic Republic under Umar Module IIUthman. 1341 Core Course I II (Semester III) GLORIOUS CALIPHATE AND SOCIO-POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS 4 credits : 5hrs/week 1. Jurji Zaydan. Syria. when other parts of the world plunged in darkness. Decline and Fall. A.Different between Khilafah and Mulukiyah. Its Rise. 3. The Arabs in History. the luminaries lived there and their contributions. 3.Hijrah Calendar. Din. Palestine. Tarikh-ul Tamaddunil Islami.Administrative reforms.Marriage and divorce...Shurah.Origin of Khariji and Shi’ah sects. The glorious caliphate presented one of the best civilizations.Election. Conquest of Granada and Spain 6. 12.The pious Caliphs Abubakr. Objectives of the course:1. 2. Module IVSocial institutions ..K. 7. Mazaral-ul-Haq. P. Cambridge History of Islam. 13.Accession to Khilafah.compilation of Qur’an. Map:. History of Islam. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS IH. New York. The Umayyah Caliphate. Module III.Mode of succession during pious caliphs. To introduce the students regarding the Khilafah al Rashid ah and its administration. London 1953.Q. 3. Habib Hourani: History of the Arabs 4. Lewis. D. London. 2.consolidation of the republic. Margoliuth.

Tawhid and Risalat. M. 5. T. 1331 Complimentary Course V (Semester III) ISLAMIC CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION 3 credits : 3hrs/week 1. Princeton University Press. Hameedullah. 1969 3.Obligatory duties Status of Women in Islam. London 1952. H.. Intorduce Muslim culture and learning in the middle ages. 1957. Objectives of the course:1. Karachi 4. Encyclopaedia of Islam 8.Man as vicegerent of god. Seerat-un-Nabi. A. Van Kremar.Al Razi and Ibn Sina. Siddiqui. Spirit of Islam. 4.Algebra and Algorithm. Hameedullah. (1963)Towards Understanding Islam.Distribution of wealth . M. Lahore. 1948 9. Islam in Modern History. Dr. (1 969) The origin and development of Muslim institutions. Smith. 1966 7. 1959. Evaluate the achievement in the fields of Mathematics and A stronomy. A. Cultural side of Islam 11. Ideals and realities of Islam London. Familiarize the development of medical science. Azamgarh. The Legacy of Islam London. S. 10. 13. The Muslim conduct of State. 1953.Mathematics and Astronomy. 2. 2. Al Masudi and Ibn Khaldun.Nature of democracy in Islam. The spirit of Islam. Lahore. W. S.Alchemy. Module IV-Intellectual and Cultural Contirbutions Medicine. Paris.Historiography – Al Tabari.Jabir ibn Hayyan. A. 4. Pickthall. Suleyman Nadvi. S. X.Equilibrium between individualism and collectivism. DR. 3.UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B. Module III –Islamic Economic Thought Owner ship of wealth .Husein Nasir.. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS IH. Lahore.Amir Ali.Primary and secondary rights to wealthprohibition of Ribah. 12.Karachi.Socio -economic and religious rights. S. Aims of the course:The course aims to bring forth the intellectual contribution of medieval Islam in almost all fields and to help the students to realize that the ‘dark age’ of middle ages is confined to the Eruopean part of the world.Election of rulers. Dr. Maududi. Introduction to Islam. Politics in Islam. BOOKS RECOMMENDED:1. Syllabus Module I . Module II-Islamic Political Thought Sovereignty of Alalh. M.PhilosophyAl Kindi. 6. Al Farabi and Ibn Rushd.. 2. Arnold. Ameer Ali.Umar al Khayyam and Al Khwarizmi. .Fundamentals of Islam Meaning of Islam.. A.Unity of God and mankind.Adl and Ihsan in economic dealings.. Appreciate the progress in history and philosophy. 3.

S.Medicine: Al Razi and Ibn SinaMathematics: Al Khwarizmi and Umar al Khayyam. Lewis.A. A. Beirut: 1961 11. 2. D.Mu’tazila.Alchemy: Jabir ibn HayyanGeography: Al. 2. Syllabus:Module I Muawiyah and establishment of the Umayyah dynasty. when other parts of the world plunged in darkness.Sir T. Objectives of the course:1.Battle of KarbalaExpansion of the republic.K.UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B. Philip K. W Muir. Hitti. Mazaral-ul-Haq. Jurji Zaydan. jurisprudence and architecture. London.. New York.Dhimmis and Mawalis .Philosophy: Al Kindi and Al Farabi 4..Establishment of the dynasty . Hussaini. culture and scientific contributions. Decline and Fall. London. 13.Al Ma’mun. London. Irving. The Spirit of Islam. 1441 Core Course IV (Semester IV) THE UMAYYAH AND ABBASIYAH 4 credits : 5hrs/week 1. the luminaries lived there and their contribution in art.Harun al RashidThe Barmakids. Margoliuth. 8. Science. A. Muslim historians and their contributions 3. B. 12.Umayyah empire under Al Walid Module IIAbbasiyah. (Relevant Chapters).Abdul Malik .Idrisi. To provide an in depth knowledge to students regarding the greatest glory of Baghdad city.Arabisation under Umayyah. Tarikh-ul Tamaddunil Islami.Al Walid. Conquest of Granada and Spain 6. literature. Hitti: The Arabs: Short History . Books Recommended:_ 1. Map:. 1971. Arnold. 3.Umar ibn Abdul Aziz. theology.A.Jurisprudence.S. 5. 3. Arab Administration. The Arabs in History. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS IH.W.tr. Aims of the course:The course aims to familiarise students the great Muslim civilization that existed in the 7 th to 10th centuries A. Din.Development of religious literature-HadithSihah al Sittah – Tafsir. 1960. The two dynasties Umayyah and Abbasiyah presented one of the best civilizations the world has witnessed.The Caliphate. History of Islam.Eng. Habib Hourani: History of the Arabs 4.Abbasiyah empire under Harun al Rashid Module IIISociety and polity . Oxford: 1913.Persianisation under Abbasiyah. The Umayyah Caliphate. 9.Bayt al Hikmah. W. D.Q. 1953 10. . P. The Caliphate.. To impart an idea regarding the Abbasiyah culture existed and its rulers and its administration. 2.Al Mansur. 7.. Map:. To introduce the students regarding the Umayyah dynasty and its rulers. Its Rise.S.Syed Amir Ali. Cambridge History of Islam. administration. London 1953. Module IVScientific and literary development. History of the Arabs.

Murabits . To introduce the students about the intellectual contribution of Muslims & its transmission to Europe.Moriscose. Aims of the course:The course is to make aware about the condition of Spain on the eve of and after the coming of Muslims and their intellectual contributions which paved the way for the European Renaissance.Musa ibn Nusayr.Historiography .Intellectual Contributions Language and literature. Objectives of the course:1. Module IIDecline of Muslim rule in Spain . II and III. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS IH.Development of Arab Norman CultureSicily as the centre of cultural transmission. A.Abdul Rahman I.Evolution of Amirate into Khilafah. 4. 2.Tariq ibn Ziyad. 3.Al. .Reconquista. To make understand about the petty dynasties after the fall of Umayyahs in Spain.Al Muwahhids .grandeur of Cordova.Art and Architecture. Module IIIThe Aghlabi Amirate in Sicily .UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B.Banu NasrFall of Granada. Syllabus:Module I Umayyah conquest of Spain.Philosophy. To mention about the conquest of Sicily by Muslims and their contributions to Europe through Sicily 3. 1442 Core Course V (Semester IV) MUSLIMS IN EUROPE 3 credits : 4hrs/week 1. To make aware the students about the conquest of Spain and the achievements of Muslim rule. 2.Frederick II and Roger I Module IV.Astronomy and MathematicsBotany and Medicine.

History of Islam. T. Imam-ud-Din. 16. London. Mazaral-ul-Haq.W. Conquest of Granada and Spain 9. BOOKS RECOMMENDED:1.A. 8. Hussani. 17. Political History of Muslim Spain. Roger The Arab Conquest of Spain 710-797 Blackwell. 7. Habib Hourani: History of the Arabs 6. P.Q.M.. Oxford. Syed Amir Ali. Tarikh-ul Tamaddunil Islami 10. New York . 12. 15. Syed Amir Ali. London 1953. A History of Islamic Spain. 1960. 18. Sir T. London. W. A Cultural History of Spain. London. Dozy. 1989. Fayyaz Mahmood.. 14. Philip K. The Arabs in History. . 5. Arn old. Lewis. Dacca. Jurji Zaydan. The Moors in Spain. The Short History of Saracens. Hitti: The Arabs: Short History. The Spirit of Islam. History of Islam. Collins. Irving: The Falcons of Spain 19. S. Edinburgh 1967. Watt. 1959. Irving.B. 11. Arab Administration. U.K. Spanish Islam.. Lahore 1953. 4. R. B. Dr.. Stanley Lane Pole. History of the Arabs.4. Hitti.The Caliphate . W.K. Imam-ud-Din . 3.. 2. 1953 13.

French and British mandates. A. 2. S. To give knowledge of the issues related with the creation of Israel and Arab response. To give a general idea of the political developments in Egypt. Aims of the course:The course aims at giving the students a general awareness regarding the major issues in West Asia. Objectives of the course:1. Iran .UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B.Jamal Aabdunnasir. Muhammad Musaddiq and nationalisation of oil industry.Coup of 1952. To give an awareness of the genesis of the major issues in West Asia.Arab World Impact of I world war on Levant.Formation of Israel. Iraq and Iran. 3. 1431 Complimentary Course VII (Semester IV) CONTEMPORARY MUSLIM WORLD 3 credits : 3hrs/week 1.Balfour declaration. Syria.Mandate and British policy in Palestine. – Iran Relationship.Israeli conflicts-Arab League-PLO-HAMAS-Intifadah-Hizbullah.Arab. 3. Syllabus Module I . 4.Rise and Fall of Saddam Husayn. .Arabi Pasha’s revolt. an insight into the Palestine question and the US-Zionist interest in the region. 2.Formation of Egyptian RepublicNationalisation of Suez canal-Camp David Accord. To give a historical perspective of the Socio -political developments in West Asia.Iraq war-Muhammad Ahmadinnajad.Sa’d Zaghlul. U. 5. Trans Jordan and Iraq. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS IH. Module IV-Egypt British occupation of Egypt and Egyptian Nationalism. Module II-Iran Dr.Formation of Lebanon.Islamic Revolution under Ayatullah Quayni. Module III –Palestine Zionism. To create an awareness regarding the economic and diplomatic importance of the area in relation with India.

Philip K. Hitti. 23. 8. 21. Marlow (1960) Arab Nationalism and British Imperialism. BBC Books. Ibn Khaldun (1932) Muqaddimah. George E. Wilber. 12. Simon and Schuster. Zaman. Akbar S. 26. L. (1991) Oxford Encyclopaedia of Modern Islamic world. L. R. BOOKS RECOMMENDED:1. Ameer (1953) The Spirit of Islam. Esposito J. 24. New York. S. Esposito J. Lahore. New York. Ali. Penguin Books. 4. (1960) A Short History of Middle East from the Rise of Islam to Modern tim New York. ) Iran: Past and Present. 19. 15. Ahmed. 22. 18. (1978) Orientalism. Donald N. London. (1986) The Cultural Atlas of Islam. New York. N. Akbar S. Ahmed. (n. (1994) Iran-Iraq Relations. Shocken Books. London. New York. New York. 14. Vistaar. Edward W. New York. (1960) The Middle East: A History . George (1967) The Middle East in World Affairs . L. ) History of the World Vol 1-5 25. (2003) Isalm under Siege. Faruqi. L. Ahmed. Cairo. 16. d. London. London. . Akbar S. ) Iranian Revolution: A Profile. Samuel P. 17. (1993) Living Islam: From Samrkand to Stornoway. UNESCO (n. London. Kirk. 5. 20. 13. S. London. Encyclopaedia of Islam (Latest Edition). Said. Peshwar. I. New Delhi. W. Antonier George (1953) The Arab Awakening. New York. Lewis Bernad (1998) The Multiple Identities of Middle East. 11. (2002) Discovering Islam: making Sense of Muslim History and Culture Routledge. 10. (1991) Islam the S traight Path . 2. D. d. Sardar. 9. (1996) The Clash of Civilizations and Remaking of World Order.Huntington. Lenezowsky. Esposito J. 6. New York. Bangash T. L. Encyclopaedia Britannica (Latest Edition). Leiden. and Faruqi. 7. Macmillan. (1970) History of the Arabs. Fisher. Cambridge History of Iran (1968) Cambridge. Ziauddin (1979) The Future of Muslim Civilization. London. 3.4. (2005) Oxford Dictionary of Islam. (n.

Edinburgh. S. 15.Al Azhar. d. 9.) History of the Arabs. 4. Bosworth. (1990) The History of the Saracens.The Isma’ili. 6. (Relevant Chapters). 10. S. Ameer Ali. Oxford. Module IV. Objectives of the course:1. 8. London. 4. Commerce and Culture. Ameer Ali.Hourani.Encyclopaedia Britannica (2008) New York.Scientific. 7. d.) A Short History in the Islamic period.Intellectual and artistic activity.Ghaznawi. M.UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B.Encyclopaedia of Islam (Latest Edition) Leiden. (1953) The Spirit of Islam. Realises the role of Crusades in the cultural exchange of East and West 3. BOOKS RECOMMENDED:1. 4. The students get the idea that there is a continuity of Islamic culture and administration even after the fall of Abbasids. (n. Abdul Rahman (n.1250) Origin and rise.) Islamic Dynasties. d) The Crusades. A.The Mamluks (1250. Aims of the course:The course aims to familiarise students with some of the significant Muslim dynasties which filled the vacuum in between the disintegration of Abbasid empire and emergence of Ottoman empire. (1990) Early Islam. The students understand that the succession states also made significant contribution to culture. T. Archer. d. Carl. 1541 MUSLIM WORLD BETWEEN 10 TH AND 15TH CENTURIES 4 credits : 4hrs/week Core Course VI 1.d.The Zangis and crusades. Fisher Unwin.1517) Establishment of the dynasty .Safariyy. Habib (n.cultural contacts. (n.Baybars and Qalawun. Atia (n. S.K.) The Muhammaedan Dynasties. (n. Cambridge History of Islam. London. d. 3. T. 2. Edinburgh University Press.Khan. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS (Semester V) IH.) Crusade. 14. .Results of Crusades. literary and architectural developments.Al Aziz and Al Muizz. 3. Gets an idea about a number of Muslim dynasties which made significant contribution to civilization.Battle of Ayn al Jalut and Marj Dabik. Routledge. E. Stanley (n.) History of Islamic people. S. 11. d. Syllabus:Module I Petty dynasties.Educational contributions . 2.Buwayhs. Module IIThe Fatimis of Egypt(909.Hitti.Saljuqs. 13. Abu Nasr. Brockelmann.Establishment of the dynasty-Foundations of Cairo. Ameer Ali. 2. A.The Bahri and Burji Mamluks.) Muslim Contribution to Science and Culture. Cambridge University Press. Aziz.Safawi.1171). P.Salahuddin as liberator of Syria and Palestine. 12. science and literature as in the case of earlier Islamic dynasties. Module III-AYYUBI Dynasty (1171. d. Jamil (n.Lane-Poole. (1953) The Arabs: Short History. C. 5.

1542 Core Course VII RISE AND FALL OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE 4 credits : 4hrs/week 1. Cambridge1913 7.Devsirme. Module IIDecline of the Ottoman empire. Lahore. Jyber. 4.Region under mandate after First world war Module IVSociety and Polity .Salim I and assumption of Caliphate. Syllabus Module I The Usmanis. A.Ottoman empire at its height. 1916. 5..War of holy League and peace of Karlowitz. Map: . History of th e Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey. Halil. Charles (1996) (ed.Korpulus .Origin and Growth. Inalcik. Oxford.) Safavid Persia: The History of and Politics of an Islamic Society. .Topkapi Saray. 3.Shaykh al IslamSublime Porte -Millet Administration. 1976 The course aims at giving the historic perspective of the rise and fall Ottoman Turkey and developments that lead to the creation of modern republic of Turkey 2. To underline the process of Ottoman downfall and the Ottoman and European responses to it. Aims of the course:- 4. The Government of the Ottoman of the Time of Suleyman the Magnificent. Beirut. The Ottoman Empire-The Classical Age (1300-1600) London 1973. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS (Semester V) IH. History of the Ottoman Turks. To give an idea of the dismemberment of Ottoman Turkey. 8.Age of ghazis .1961.Russo-Turkish wars – Mahmud IITanzimat. Lord. 9. A.Kemalism.Qanuni. The Foundation of the Ottoman Empire . Eversley. To give an idea of the political. Encyclopeadia of Islam Leiden (Relevent Articles) 3.Political and military causes. Map:. Lane-Poole. Cambridge Universit Press. Lahore. Edward. Staneley Turkey. social and cultural life of Ottomans. 6. stanford J. Savory. 10.Janissary .A. Gibbon. H. Roger (1980) Iran Under the Safavids. The Turkish Empire. Creasy.H. Books Recommended:1. Objectives of the course:To give an idea of the origin and growth of Ottoman state.Mustafa Kamal and formation of Turkish Republic .Young Turk Revolution.Shaw.Counter revolution and Balkan wars. 2.Muhammad II and conquest of Constnatinople . To give an awareness of the creation of Turkish republic and the role of Mustafa Kamal Pasha.Abdul Hamid II and constitutional developments. 1959. Module IIIFirst world war and Turkey-Region under mandates-Treaty of Severes and Lausanne . Melville.Sulayman the magnificent as Al.UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B.

The Administration of the Sultanate of Delhi.Din Ilahi as a national cult. 3. P.Muhammad ibn Qasim . “Sufism in South Asia” 2002.Foundation of Muslim rule in India. Oxford 4. Karachi . Hussain.1707) 2 credits: 3hrs/week 1.Karachi 7.Muhammad Ghori and battle of Tharain . 1543 Core Course VIII INDIAN HISTORY I (711. 2.Rasiya – Balban..Akbar. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS (Semester V) IH. 2.U. Bipan Essays on Medieval Indian History. To give an idea to the students how various systems and movements emerged during the medieval and modern periods.Mahmud of Ghaznah as administrator and patron of literature .H. To give an idea about the Sultanate and Mughal periods. The Foundation of Muslim Rule in India. N. 9. “A History of the Peoples of Pakistan”.Alauddin Khilji. Aims of the course:1.B.P.Muhammad ibn Tughluq. I. 1998 O.Sher Shah Sur.Indo Saracenic architecture.Bhakti movement and SufismNobles and Ulama’-Political administration.Jizya in lieu of military service.Jahangir. Oxford 5. art and architecture during the medieval period. Books Recommended:1.Empire of Alauddin Khilji..Manzabdari system. To create consciousness among students about the socio -political and cultural changes India has undergone during the Middle Ages. To provide a picture to the students about the progress our country has achieved in literature. 3. 8. Chandra. Module IIIThe Mughals.H. Map:. The Administration of Mughal Empire.Mughal empire under Awrangzib.Babar. Qureshi.M. Islam R. Objectives of the course:To reach students how really Islam came to India.Firuz Shah Tughluq. I. A.Iltutmish. Qurshi.Humayun. The course intends provide the students an awareness about the glorious history of their country and develop among the students an interest to learn history.Mahmud Gawan. Mughal India . J. Module IIDelhi Sultanate . The course plans to impart the students proper information about Medieval Indian history.Awrangzib. Chopra.Sayyid and LodhisBahmini kingdom. Advanced Study in the History of Medieval India 6.Shah Jahan. the Sultans and the Mughals. 2. Map:. Module IVSociety and Polity -Cultural synthesis.Qutbuddin Aybak. Habibullah. Abdul Hameed. Muslim Separation in India. OUP. A. 4. Syllabus:Module I India on the eve of Arab invasion.UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B. Athar Ali.

Map:.Mawlana Mahmud HasanMawlana Abul Kalam Azad.Jawahar Lal Nehru -Gandhiji.Hindu Maha Sabha.Hajji Shariatullah. Syllabus:Module I Decline of the Mughal and Ascendancy of the British. To convince the young generation that any thin g can be achieved through peaceful means.Act of 1919.Partition of Bengal-All India Muslim League-Aims and objectives.Cabinet mission.Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan. 1544 Core Course I X INDIAN HISTORY II (1707-1947) 4 credits : 4hrs/week 1.Allama Muhammad Iqbal Muhammad Ali Jhinnah.Provincial Elections of 1936Congress-League rivalry.Lucknow Pact and Hindu-Muslim unity.British India in1857. 5. To develop respect for our great freedom fighters. 2. The course intends to provide the students an awareness about the glorious history of their country and develop among the students an interest to learn history. 2. 2.Quit India movement. A. Module IVTowards freedom.Battle of Buxar. Sardar Patel.Muslim oppositionReasons.Battle of Plassey.Sayyid Ahmad Shahid – Revolt of 1857 Sir Syed Ahmad Khan and his political ideology.Ali Brothers.Demand for separate electorate . 4.Act of 1909. Module IIFormation of Indian National Congress. To provide a picture to the students about the progress our country has achieved in literature.Analysis of causes.Non-cooperation movement.Pakistan Project of Chaudhari Rahmat Ali. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS (Semester V) IH.Act of 1935. Aims of the course:1. 3. Module IIINehru report and 14 points of Jhinnah.Partition of India.Khilafat. art and architecture.Indian Independence Act. 3. Map:-India after Independence .Lahore session of League and demand for PakistanCripps mission.UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B. To give an idea to the students how various systems and movements emerged in India. To create consciousness among students with regard to the real value of freedom. Objectives of the course:1. The course plans to impart the students proper information about Indian freedom struggle and the sacrifices made by our great national leaders.

A: Muslim Separatism in India 14. Books Recommended: 1. Ram Puniyani: Communal Politics – Facts verses Myths 21.): The 1857 Rebellion 9.Abul Kalam Azad: India Wins Freedom 2. Encyclopaedia Britannica.4.M.: Partition of India: Legend and Reality 23.H. Uma Kaura: Muslims and Indian Nationalism: Emergence of the Demand for India's Partition . Biswamoy Pati (ed. Strategy and Mobilization 19. Moin Shakir: Khilafat to Partition 18. Ram Gopal: I ndian Muslims – A Political History 20. Anita Inder S ingh: The Origins of the Partition of India 4.K: Principal Architects of the Partition of India – A Fresh Appraisal 17.K. Asghar Ali Engineer: Communalism in India 5. Gail Minault: The Khilafat Movement 12. A. P: The Muslims of British India 15. Seervai. . Keith. 11. Mohammed Kunhi. Ajit Bhattacharjea: Countdown to Pakistan 3. Bipan Chandra: In dia's Struggle for Independence 8.: The Partition of Bengal 22. Ayesha Jalal: The Sole Spokesman: Jinnah. Mushirul Hasan: India's Par tition: Process. Encyclopedia of Islam 10. V. Stanley Wolpert Jinnah of Pakistan 24. A. Gopal. Hardy. Aziz Ahamad: Islamic Modernism in India and Pakistan 7. Hamid.B: Constitutional History of India 16. the Muslim League and the Demand for Pakistan 6. S: British Policy in India 1858-1905 13. Saxena.

Education and Culture Origin and Development of Arabi -Malayalam –Moyinkutti Vaidyar First Qur'an Translation: Mayankutty Elaya. 2.Vakkom Khadar and the Indian National Army. Objectives of the course:1. A.Major centres of 1921 rebellion Module III. 2. 5. .Leaders and Reformers Umar Qadi Mamburam Sayyid Alavi Tangal –Ali Musaliyar – Variyankunnatt Kunhahammad Haji – Chembrassery Tangal –Muhammad Abdurahiman . From the four modules mentioned above the learner gathers information about the birth and growth of Muslim community and their achievements.Khilafat Movement in Malabar – Malabar Rebellion (1921) : Causes. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS (Semester V) IH. The second module discusses about the role played by the Mappila community in the anti-colonial agitations and freedom struggle in Malabar. The fourth module discusses about the cultural and educational contributions made by the community. Module IV.Advent of Islam in Kerala Early trade Contacts with Arabs Cheraman Perumal Tradition – Malik ibn Dinar Tradition –Ali Rajas of Kannur. 3.– Kerala Muslim Aikya Sangam. Course and Consequences. 3. Module II. Syllabus:Module I.Muslim Educational Society. 1545 Core Course X HISTORY AND CULTURE OF KERALA MUSLIMS 4 credits: 4hrs/week 1.Resistance against European Imperialism Portuguese Incursion – Zamorin and Kunhali Marakkars – Mysorean Interlude – Reforms of Tipu Sultan – British Domination – Mappila Outbreaks (1836 – 1919) .Zaynuddin Maqdum I (Taharid). 4.Zaynuddin II (Tuhfat-alMujahidin).UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B. Makti Tangal – Chalilakatt Kunhahammad Haji- Hamadani Tangal – Vakkom Abdul Khadir Maulavi. The third module discusses about the reformation took place in the Muslim community in the early 20 th century and the leaders involved in it.Sites of Malik ibn Dinar Masjids. The first module discusses about the harmonious condition prevailed in Kerala which helped for the growth and development of a composite culture in Kerala. Aims of the course:Through the course the learner gets an idea about the origin and spread of Islam in Kerala and the part played by the Muslim community in the anti-colonial struggles and their contributions in the making of a better composite culture in Kerala. . Map:. Map:.Moidu Maulavi – Narayana Menon.

: Kerala Muslim Directory 14.William Logan: Malabar Manual .Stephen Frederick Dale:The Mappilas of Malabar 26. Bahavudheen. Abdussamad. A. C.: Mappila Muslims of Kerala 9.Kareem.Vakkom Sukumaran: I. Ibrahim Kunju. C. 8 12.K.K.Sayed Mohammed:Kerala Muslim Directory 22. Ibrahim Kunju.Nambiar.Ibrahim Kunju.Kareem.Islamika Vinhana Kosam Vol. Abu.Mohammed Koya S. Miller: Mappila Muslims of Kerala 20.K.M: Rise of Muslims in Kerala Politics 2.P.P.N: Against Lord and State 19.N: Ali Rajas of Cannanore 15. Asghar Ali Engineer (ed. M: Malabar Rebellion 7.M: Mappila Muslims of Malabar 16. M: Islam in Kerala – Groups and Movements in the 20 th century 3.N.: Arabi – Malayalam Sahitya Charithram 4.O.Sayed Moideen Sha:Islam in Kerala 23. A.4. Books Recommended: 1.: Mysore – Kerala Relations in the 18 th Century 10.Panicker.Sayed Mohammed:Kerala Muslim Charithram 21.P.Mohammed Kunhi P. K.K.K: Muslimkalum Kerala Samskaravum 17. K.): Kerala Muslims 5. O.Kurup. A. S: Vakkom Maulavi – A Study 25.Roland E.Shaikh Zaynuddin: Tuhfatul Mujahideen 24.: Kerala Under Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan 13.A Hero – Vakkom Khader 27.M: Kerala Muslims – The Long Struggle 6. Gangadharan.K: Kunjalis – The Admirals of Calicut 18. Abdul Azeez.Sharafudeen.: Studies in Medieval Kerala History 11. Hussain Randathan i: Mappila Muslims 8.

Islamic solution for world economic recession. Module IIDistribution of wealth in Islam. 3.UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS (Semester V) IH. Syllabus:Module I Nature and scope of Islamic Ecnomics.Mudaraba. Sudan and Iran. 1551 Open Course I ISLAMIC ECONOMICS AND BANKING 2 credits : 3hrs/week 1. Aims of the course:The course aims to provide a framework of Islamic Economic system with its distinctive features of interest free banking to distinguish Islamic system with its emphasis on equitable distribution of wealth from the two prevalent systems capitalism and socialism 2. Objectives of the course:To introduce an economic system with the objective to achieve: Economic well being within the frame work of moral norms of Islam Universal brotherhood and justice Equitable distribution of wealth Freedom of individual within the context of social welfare. Module IIIPrinciples of interest free banking.Islamic Development Bank – Sources of fund. Module IVIslamisation of banking system in Pakistan.Riba and concentration of wealth.Comparison with Capitalism and Socialism.Bai’ Sablam and Bai’MuajjalIstisna. A.Murabaha.Ownership of wealth and means of ownership.Musharaka. .Islamic banking in Indian legal context.Zakat and Sadaqah.Ijara.Difference between Islamic economics and modern economics.Recommendations of Raghuram Rajan committeeProblems and prospects for interest free banking in India.

Leicester. d. 12. A. 22. Umar (1979) Objectives of Islamic Economic Order. 23. Lahore. B. Jeddah. D. 16. 3.Mannan. 8.Siddiqi. 4.Siddiqi. Islamic Book Trust. Muhamamd Nejatullah (n. P. 11. I. 2. D.4.Siddiqi. d.) Recent Theories of Profit. (1970) History of the Arabs. Ahmad. (n. L (1986) The Cultural Atlas of Islam.) Principles of Islamic Financing. London. Ahmad. I. Muhamamd Nejatullah (n. Chapra. L. Leicester. Ahmad.Mannan.Muslehuddin.) Lessons in Islamic Economics. BOOKS RECOMMENDED (Latest Editions) 1. (1989) Economic Problems of Man and Its Islamic Solution. d. 14. B. M. Macmillan. K. Islamic Book Trust. 17. I. Islamic Development Bank (n. London. Delhi. A.. d. Delhi. (1975) Islamic Economics.) Muslim Economic thinking. A. 6. M.) Banking Without Interest.. A. R. D. Islamic Foundation. 21.Muslehuddin. and Faruqi. Khurshid (1980) Studies in Islamic Economics..Mawdudi. Lahore. 7. 15. 19. Encyclopaedia of Islam (Latest Edition) Leiden. Islamic Book Trust. Bombay.Siddiqi. Delhi. H. Karachi. M. Chapra.Siddiqi.Islamic Development Bank (n. Jeddah. (1969) The Origin and Develpment of Islamic Institutions. 9. Faruqi. d. Hitti.Muslehuddin. Leicester. Muhamamd Nejatullah (n. Leicester. Mohammad (1993) Banking and Islamic Law. Khurshid (1978) Socialism or Islam. I. d. Leicester. Khurshid (1979) Economic Development in the Islamic Framework. d. Muhamamd Nejatullah (1970) Some Aspects of Islamic Economy. I. 13. A. Sayyid(1970) Social Justice in Islam.. M. New York.Islamic Development Bank (n. 18. D. 5.) Financing Development in. . Jeddah. Delhi. B. 10. Jeddah.Qutb. Umar (1979) Islamic Welfare State and Its Role in the Economy.) Islamic Banking: State of the Art. Mohammad (1982) Economics and Islam. Mohammad (1969) Insurance and Islamic Law. M. 20. B.

Sa’d ZaghlulJamal Abdunnair. Objectives of the course:1) To give an awareness of the genesis of the major issues in West Asia 2) To give a historical perspective of the Socio .rise and fall of Saddam Husayn Module II Iran Dr. Syria.Balfour declaration.French and British mandates.The Arab World Impact of First World War on Levant.Arabi Pashas revolt. 4) To give a general idea of the development in Egypt.Iraq war.Egyptian nationalism.PLO.Formation of Lebanon. Aims of the course:The course aims at giving the students a general awareness regarding the major issues in West Asia and an insight into the Palestine question and the US-Zionist interest in the region. Iraq and Iran.HAMAS.Nationalisation of Suez Canal.and Intifada. 1641 Core Course XI (Semester VI) SELECT PROBLEMS OF WEST ASIA 4 credits : 5hrs/week 1. 5) To create an awareness regarding the economic and diplomatic importance of the area in relation with India.Islamic revolution under Ayatullah Qumayni. Muhammad Mussaddiq and Nationalisation of oil industry .political developments in West Asia 3) To give knowledge of the issues related with the creation of Israel and Arab response. A.S.Iran.Arab Israeli Conflicts.Coup of 1952.Camp David accord.UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B. Module I . 2.Hisbullah . Module IV-Egypt British occupation of Egypt. Module III -Palestine Zionism.U.Ahmadinnajad. – Iran relations. Trans Jordan and Iraq.Formation of Israel.mandate and British policy in Palestine. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS IH.Formation of Egyptian republic. .Arab League.

W. 8.Lenezowsky. Encyclopaedia Britannica (Latest Edition). (n. 5. (1970) History of the Arabs. Samuel P. Lahore. d. 23.Esposito. J. 15. Macmillan. (1986) The Cultural Atlas of Islam. 10.d. London. (2002) Discovering Islam: making Sense of Muslim History and Culture.) Iranian Revolution: A Profile. London. Akbar S.Faruqi. New York. Ahmed. (1996) The Clash of Civilizations and Remaking of World Order. BOOKS RECOMMENDED:- 1. Antonier George (1953) The Ara b Awakening. Vistaar. 2. 17. 16. London.Said. (1960) The Middle East: A History.Wilber. London. Shocken Books.Lewis Bernad (1998) The Multiple Identities of Middle East. New York. (n. . d. I.Esposito. Peshawar. 13. London. 21. Ziauddin(1979) The Future of Muslim Civilization.Marlow (1960) Arab Nationalism and British Imperialism. (1978) Orientalism. L. 4.Hitti. New York. Donald N.4. (1994) Iran. Philip K.Iraq Relations. J. 12.) History of the World Vol 1 -5 25. S. 3. Cambridge History of Iran (1968) Cambridge. Edward W. Ahmed. S. R. Encyclopaedia of Islam (Latest Edition). 20. L. Ahmed. 7. New York.Fisher. (1960) A Short History of Middle East from the Rise of Islam to Modern times. Routledge. and Faruqi. (2005) Oxford Dictionary of Islam. New York. 11.UNESCO (n. London. 14. New York. BBC Books. Akbar S. London. L. Cairo. 6. J. 22.Zaman. Ameer (1953) The Spirit of Islam. George E.Sardar. 19. Leiden. (1993) Living Islam: From Samrkand to Stornoway.Ibn Khaldun (1932) Muqaddimah. L. New York.) Iran: Past and Present. 18. (1991) Islam the Straight Path. Akbar S. N. L. Ali.Esposito. Simon and Schuster.Kirk. 9. New Delhi. 26. New York. New York. Bangash T. (2003) Isalm under Siege. Penguin Books. 24.Huntington. (1991) Oxford Encyclopaedia of Modern Islamic World. George (1967) The Middle East in World Affairs.

J. Shaikh. 8. Religious Thought of Syed Ahmed Khan. (n.socio -political and religio us conditions . To enable the students to analyse the reform movement in Indian sub continent 3. Aims of the course:The course aims an analysis of the set back of Muslim world in Makkan period and the reform attempts all over the world.) Leiden.) Modern Trends in Islam. A. 2.Muhammadiyyah movement in Indonesia Rashid Ridah. 4. 7. Objectives of the course:To introduce an economic system with the objective to achieve: To understand the causes of Muslim setback in Modern period. A. 12. (n.)Three Reforms of Egypt.) The Reforms and Religious Ideas of Syed Ahmed Khan. (n. d. d. Qiyamuddin. d. The voice of resurgent Islam in an area of interest in East and west and the course aims to give a general awareness in the subject to the students 2. M. Hourani. A. A. (n.Hadith. Z. . 9. d.Sayyid Ahmad khan and Aligarh movement – Mawlana Mawdudi and Jama’at-i. d) The political Thought of Ibn Taymiyah. S.) Memoirs of Hasan al Bannah Shaheed. Dar. Khan. (n.Tabligh Jama’at. Esposito. A.Degeneration of Muslim society – Causes. M. 1642 Core Course XII (Semester VI) REVIVALIST MOVEMENT IN ISLAM 4 credits : 5hrs/week 1. Ahmad. d. Module II. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS IH. 4.) Arabic Thought in the Liberal in the Liberal Age . (n. Azeez (n. d.(n. (n. 11. M. Module IVSanusi movement in Libya. To give an awareness of revivalist movement in Arab world and Africa. Arberry.Nadwah. d. Syllabus Module I Setback of Muslims in the modern world. d.UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B.) Voices of Resurgent Islam. Gibb. 5. BOOKS RECOMMENDED:1. 6.Jamaluddin Afghani and Pan Islamic movement.) Religion in the Middle East. J.Deoband. d. Badwi. R.Indian Sub continent Sir. Ahmed.). B. d. N.Islami – Ahl-i. Encyclopaedia of Islam (n.Muslim Revivalism Ibn Taymiya-Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab and Muwahhidun movement – Muhammad Abduh and Salafiyyah movement-Hasan al Bannah and Ikhwanul Muslaimun. (n. Qamaruddin (n.) The Wahhabi movement in India. Module III. d) Studies in Islamic Culture in Islamic Culture in Indian Environment. Baljon. A. H.causes of setback. 3. 10. John L.

A. Aims of the course:The course intends to cultivate in the students the age old aspiratio n for a just world order wherein people could live. To understand that no ruler.right to protection of honour and reputationright to asylum. 9. Books Recommended:1. To arise conscience against vio lations of the rights. A.Right to freedom of religionrights to minorities.) Human Rights Tradition and Politics. Mayer.right to public office.UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B. Dalacoura. S. and Said. Katerina (n. Dwyer. d. d.Rights to social security – Primary and secondary rights to wealth. Kevin (n. d. (n. . Oh. oppression.) Human Rights in Islam. 7.) Human Rights in Islam 4. (n. To create respect for human rights and defend violations of rights. Shaukat Ali. Module IISocio -political and religious rights. Liberation and Human Rights . Ibrahim. 2. Parveen (n. 5.) Islam. 8. 6. d.Rights to life and rights to freedom.) Land Law and Islam.A. Siraj & Lim. develop and prosper in an environment free from fear.Right to go outside. d. Objectives of the course:To introduce the ideal code of human rights Islam gave fourteen centuries ago.) The Rights of God. Nairobi.Right to equality. Mawdudi.right to property and seek employment. S. Ann Elizabeth (n.Right to economic pursuits .) The Human Rights Debate in The Middle East. d.A. d. Ahmed Khan(1976) Human Rights in Islam. Module IIIEconomic Right.Right to jus tice and right to fair trial.Right to go outside.. Khurshid. Hilary (n. Irene (n. A. d.right to participate in public affairs. assembly or authority can curtail or violate the human rights conferred by the creator.Rights to protection of propertyRight to workers and to Dignity and status. To give the idea that human rights in Islam are an integral part of an overall Islamic order. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS IH.) A Brief Illustrated Guide to Understand Islam.Right to protection against abuse of power and torture. Sait. Module IV- Women’s right.right to fair treatment and Mahr. 1643 Core Course XIII (Semester VI) HUMAN RIGHTS IN ISLAM 4 credits : 5hrs/week 1. Syllabus:Module I An introduction to Human rights .Right to education and right to privacy 4.Right to equality and protection against discrimination. I. government.A.Religious rightRight to go to mosque. 3.Right to freedom of expression. Mawdudi. 3. 2. Ahmed. exploitation and deprivation.right to free association.

Differences between Islamic and modern economics.Goldsmith’s receipt as bank notes.History of Economic Practices Barter System. 1644 Core Course XIV (Semester VI) ISLAMIC ECONOMICS 3 credits : 4hrs/week 1.Slavery.Feaudalism.Musharaka and Murabaha.Merchantalism.Problems and Prospects of interest free banking in India.Riba (usury ) – The sham production claimant. .Recommendations of Raghuraman committee.Piracy.Zakat. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS IH. Syllabus:Module I . Emergence of Banks.Sources of funds – Mudaraba (Profit –Loss Sharing). 3.Capitalism and Socialism. Aims of the course:The course aims to provide a framework of Islamic Economic system with its distinctive features of interest free banking and to distinguish Islamic system with its emphasis on equitable distribution of wealth and to differentiate the system from the two prevalent systems capitalism and socialism 2. Objectives of the course:To introduce an economic system with the objective to achieve: 1) Economic well being within the frame work of moral norms of Islam 2) Universal brotherhood and justice 3) Equitable distribution of wealth 4) Freedom of individual within the context of social welfare. Module IIIEconomic Philosophy of Is lam.Sadaqah.Factrors of production.Kaffarat.A comparative study. Ownership of wealth. Islamic Banking in Indian Legal context.The Jews as usurer. Module IVIntroduction to interest free banking. Module IINature and Scope of Islamic Economics.UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B.And Wirathat.Islamic Development Bank.. A.Means of ownershipDistribution of wealth.Islamic solution to world economic recession.

Leicester. 8.) Recent Theories of Profit. 6. Islamic Development Bank (n. (1969) The Origin and Develpment of Islamic Institutions. Mawdudi. 5. London. Mohammad (1982) Economics and Islam. Leicester. Mohammad (1969) Insurance and Islamic Law. Muslehuddin. Delhi. d. Ahmad. New York. Muhamamd Nejatullah (n.4. Mannan. 11. Macmillan. K. 10. D. London. Karachi. d. Lahore. d. A. I. (n.. Khurshid (1978) Socialism or Islam. I. Islamic Book Trust. Umar (1979) Objectives of Islamic Economic Order. Siddiqi. Bombay. Leicester. d.) Principles of Islamic Financing. Jeddah.) Islamic Banking: State of the Art.) Lessons in Islamic Economics. D. I. M. L. L (1986) The Cultural Atlas of Islam. R. 13. Delhi. 21. Delhi.. d. Mohammad (1993) Banking and Islamic Law. Khurshid (1979) Economic Development in the Islamic Framework. Chapra. (1970) History of the Arabs. Muhamamd Nejatullah (n. Siddiqi.) Banking Without Interest. Encyclopaedia of Islam (Latest Edition) Leiden. Sayyid(1970) Social Justice in Islam. 20.. I. Leicester. 16. B. Muhamamd Nejatullah (1970) Some Aspects of Islamic Economy . Islamic Book Trust. Faruqi. Islamic Book Trust. M. 23. (1989) Economic Problems of Man and Its Islamic Solution. 12. 14. Jeddah. B. Siddiqi. Muslehuddin. Delhi. 19. Islamic Foundation. 22. H. 17. d. Islamic Development Bank (n. 7. Siddiqi. Qutb. 15. 2. Umar (1979) Islamic Welfare State and Its Role in the Economy. Islamic Development Bank (n. B. BOOKS RECOMMENDED:1. Ahmad. A. Hitti. Jeddah. M. (1975) Islamic Economics. . D. Muslehuddin. P. Leicester. Jeddah. M. Khurshid (1980) Studies in Islamic Economics. A. Ahmad. Chapra.) Financing Development in. Muhamamd Nejatullah (n. 4. B. A. I. d. 18. Siddiqi. Lahore. 3.. and Faruqi. D. M. 9.) Muslim Economic thinking. Mannan. A.

Abdul Rashid (n. d.Islamic state and its nature . Rosenthal. (n. 12. Sayed Riaz (n.)Mawlana Mawdudi and Islamic State. Syllabus:Module I The principles of Islamic political theory. 6.) The origin and development of Muslim Institutions. . ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS IH.Baytul Mal. London.International policyCrime and punishment Module III-Political Intimidation Shurah. d. W. I. A. Introduces the principles of Islamic Political theory. E.UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B. d. 2. Arnold. d.Nature of Islamic democracy. 8. Encyclopaedia of Is lam. d. d. Chicago.Amirul Umara’ – Shaykhul Islam. 3. Muhsin (n. 11. (n.Purpose and function of Islamic state Module IIThe theory of Khilafah.Qadi al Qudat. Hitti. 9. Lahore.) Ibn Khaldun’s Philosophy. Khan. K.) Political thought of Shah Waliyullah. 10. Delhi. Amir. 1651 Open Course II (Elective) (Semester VI) POLITICAL THOUGHT IN ISLAM 2 credits : 3hrs/week 1. London. Islamabad. Ali. Qamaruddin (n. Mahdi. Encyclopaedia Britannica.Ihtisab. S. P.)The legacy of Islam 4.(1953) Spirit of Islam. BOOKS RECOMMENDED:1. 5. 2.) The history of Islamic Thought. Objectives of the course:1. New york.concept of citizenship and nationality . Bhat. Leiden. 2. 4. Ahmed. 4. Siddiqi.Equilibrium between individualism and collectivism.Sovereignty of Allah. Antony (n. Understand the method of selection of rulers in Islamic democracy. d.) Political thought in the Medieval Islam. d. 7. Abdul Hameed (n.Mawdudi and the rule of law. Collect the ideas of the political thinkers of Islam. (n. 3.Ibn Khaldun and the theory of Asabiyah-Ibn Taymiyah and the concept of society . d.Diwanul Madalim . J.) History of the Arabs.) The Political thought of Ibn Taymiyah.Rights and duties of citizens. Aims of the course:To familiarize a political philosophy with distinctive features which emphasize moral tones to corporate life and reign of divine law. T.The theory of Imamat. 3. Compare the Islamic political theory with other political ideologies. Module IV-Political thinkers Farabi and the ideal state and ideal ruler-Mawaridi..Vizarat.Selection of rulers in Islam. Black.

UNIVERSITY OF KERALA B. A. Suggested sites for study tour and project in Kerala. 1645 PROJECT (Semester VI) 4 credits : 3hrs/week A project based on syllabus consisting 60 to 80 pages. ISLAMIC HISTORY FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES UNDER CBCS IH. 1) Sites of Malik ibn Dinar Mosques 2) Sites of Mappila rebellion 3) Forts of Tipu Sultan 4) Arakkal Palace 5) Early Muslim centres in Kerala 6) Historical sites related to syllabus .

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