A message from IU Press director Gary Dunham:
Nowadays, it seems, more than ever, we need to learn more about each other. That eye-opening and sometimes humbling journey outside ourselves—beyond our backgrounds, histories, beliefs, and languages—often begins by picking up a newspaper or book. Reading raises awareness and brings understanding; understanding ushers in tolerance and respect.
As a publisher, Indiana University Press helps connect people to one another. Our books and journals do not only contain the results of excellent academic research; they are also windows to other communities, worlds, and religions. And that includes Muslims.
As one of the largest North American publishers on Muslims, Indiana University Press is proud to offer a broad range of books and journals that illuminate their rich history, beliefs, past and present challenges, and multitude of accomplishments and contributions. In a time when misunderstandings fuel a plethora of headlines, we encourage all of you to learn more about the 1.6 billion people who practice this worldwide faith.
Let’s help get you started. Each week, we will be offering a select number of our Muslim-related books at the steeply discounted price of only $1.99. Drop a buck and some change on the counter, grab one of our books, and enjoy your visit with others who share our planet and our time.
We're proud to announce the following titles will be on sale until March 4. Click each link for a list of retailers offering the discounted price:
Muslim Americans in the Military - Amazon -- Barnes & Noble
Jihad and the West - Barnes & Noble
Islamophobia/Islamophilia - Barnes & Noble
Santa Claus in Baghdad - Amazon -- Barnes & Noble
Muslims in Western Politics - Barnes & Noble