What is the crisis of modernity?

What is the crisis of modernity?
Assignment: Crisis of Modernity Paper

Question Description
I’ll give to you 5 questions . That’s mean you need to write 10 pages. you will answer each question by it self because every question is assignment that worth 100 point and it will be submitted by it self . So, you need to upload for me 5 assignments each one must be 2 pages not less than that. I’ll upload for you the questions and the papers that will help know what the professor wants in the paper.

this the link for the book to answer Question Number 1-2

https://archive.org/details/DestinyDistruptedHistoryOfTheWorldThroughIslamicEyesTamimAnsary/mode/2up

1- Reading: Ansary, Chapter 14

Questions: In what ways did new inventions and new ideas affect the Islamic World?

Reading: Ansary, Chapter 16

2- Questions: What is the crisis of modernity? How has it resolved or not resolved worldwide?

3- Reading: Homa Hoodfar, The Veil in their Minds and on Our Heads: Veiling Practices and Muslim Women and Satrapi, Persepolis until pg. 39.

4- Questions: How does Hoodfar confront our prejudices concerning veiling?

Reading: Mir Zohair Husain, Islam and the Muslim World

5- Questions:. What do you think of Samuel Huntington’s argument and Edward Said’s response? What perspective do you think the mainstream media presents?

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