Reza Aslan

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Aslan in Texas Book Festival, 2013.
Reza Aslan in Miami Book Fair International, 2013.
Aslan acroasin in Collegio Roanoke die 18 Aprilis 2012 habet.

Reza Aslan (Persice رضا اصلان; natus 3 Maii 1972) est scriptor et studiorum religosorum peritus Iraniano-Americanus ac professor scripturae creativae in Universitate Californiensi. Sodalis est Academia Religionis Americana.[1] Inter suos libros sunt No God but God: The Origins, Evolution, and Future of Islam, liber optime venditus, qui in tredecim linguas conversus est, et Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth, biographia quae vitam et missionem Iesu historici interpretatur.

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Familia Aslana ad Civitates Foederatas ex Teherano anno 1979 migravit, Seditionem Islamicam effugiens. In Regione Sinuosa Franciscopolis adolevit. Anno quindecim suae aetatis, neophytum Christianum evangelicum conversus est.[2] Musulmanus autem iterum factus est aestate ante in Universitate Harvardiana matriculavit.[3] Annis 1990 ineuntibus, Aslan cursus in De La Salle High School Concordiae in urbe Californiae obtulit.

Aslan gradus Artium Baccalaurei in studiis religiosis in Universitate Sanctae Clarae, MTS in Schola Divinitatis Harvardiana, Magistrum Artium Elegantiorum in officina scriptorum in Universitate Iovae, et Ph.D. in sociologia tenet, sociologiam religionis tractans, in Universitate Californiae Barbaropolis.[4][5][6] Sua dissertatio "Global Jihadism as a Transnational Social Movement: A Theoretical Framework" inscribitur.[7]

Aslan Augusto 2000, cum Socius Truman Capote in Officina Scriptorum Iovensi esset, visitans studiorum Islamicorum professor in Universitate Iovae erat, primus ergo studiorum Islamicorum professor plenus in civitate.[8] Annis 2012 et 2013 professor visitans distinctus Wallersteinianus in Center on Religion, Culture, et Conflict Universitatis Drewianae erat.[9][10] Aslan Ruscisilvae in urbe Californiae habitat.

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 2006. The Struggle for Islam's Soul. In With All Our Might: A Progressive Strategy for Defeating Jihadism and Defending Liberty. Ed. Will Marshall. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
  • 2006. From Here to Mullahcracy. In My Sister, Guard Your Veill; My Brother, Guard Your Eyes: Uncensored Iranian Voices. Ed. Lila Azam Zanganeh. Beacon Press.
  • 2009. How to Win a Cosmic War: God, globalization, and the end of the War on Terror. Novi Eboraci: Random House. ISBN 978-1-4000-6672-8, ISBN 1-4000-6672-7.
  • 2010. Losing the War. In The New World Reader. Ed. Gilbert H. Muller. CUNY Press.
  • 2010. Beyond Fundamentalism: Confronting Religious Extremism in a Globalized Age. Novi Eboraci: Random House. ISBN 978-0-8129-7830-8, ISBN 0-8129-7830-7, ISBN 978-0-679-60424-2, ISBN 0-679-60424-3.
  • 2011. Tablet & Pen: Literary Landscapes from the Modern Middle East. Editor. W. W. Norton.
  • 2011. Muslims and Jews in America: Commonalities, Contentions, and Complexities. Coeditor. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • 2013. Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth. Random House.[11]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "ABOUT". Reza Aslan .
  2. "The life of Jesus: No angel". The Economist. 27 Iulii 2013 .
  3. "Exclusive Loonwatch Interview with Reza Aslan" 
  4. Warren Cole Smith, "Signs and Wonders: Federal Religious Freedom Commission Picks Conservative Leader, World,1 Iulii 2013.
  5. Gottschalk, Keith (8 Aprilis 2005). "Interview: Reza Aslan, Author "No god but God"". Blogcritics .
  6. "Dr. Reza Aslan". Drew University .
  7. "Global Jihadism as a Transnational Social Movement: A Theoretical Framework". Reza Aslan .
  8. "Reza Aslan". Military Religious Freedom Foundation .
  9. Louis C. Hochman, "Author Reza Aslan, who sees Jesus as a rebel, to speak at Drew tonight," nj.com, 25 Septembris 2013.
  10. Barbara Price, "(Middle) East Meets Forest," Drew University.
  11. "Zealot". Randomhouse.com 

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