The Center for the Study of Science in Muslim Societies (SSiMS) is focused on investigating the roles and receptions of science in Muslim societies, with the goal of understanding how social, political, historical, and religious factors influence—and are influenced by—the methodologies and findings of science.
Our Focus and Approach
Our focus is on Muslim societies across the world, including diaspora or immigrant communities in the West.
The Center takes an interdisciplinary approach that includes the perspectives of history, sociology, philosophy, anthropology, and science education.
|Science and Muslim Societies
|Salman Hameed, assistant professor of integrated science and humanities at Hampshire College, discusses his research on acceptance of biological evolution and perspectives on science and religion in Muslim societies.
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Hampshire College Assistant Professor of Integrated Science & Humanities
Hampshire College Associate Professor of Philosophy
Hampshire College Assistant Professor of Economics
Hampshire College Visiting Assistant Professor of Politics
Hampshire College Associate Professor of Science Education
Mount Holyoke College Assistant Professor of Religion
Amherst College Assistant Professor of Religion
Smith College Associate Professor of Religion
University of Massachusetts Amherst Assistant Professor of Legal Studies and Public Policy
Northeastern University Associate Professor of Sociology and International Affairs
McGill University Assistant Professor of Education
Salman Hameed (Director) firstname.lastname@example.org; 413.559.6160
Links to External Websites:
Evolution and Islam website >>
Hampshire College Lectures Series on Science and Religion >>
Irtiqa, A Science & Religion Blog >>
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