Columbia International Affairs Online: Working Papers

Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding


The Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding: History and International Affairs was established in 1993 by Georgetown University and the Fondation pour l’Entente entre Chrétiens et Musulmans, Geneva, to foster the study of Muslim-Christian relations and to promote dialogue between practictioners of the two great religions. The Center focuses on the historical, theological, political and cultural encounter of Islam and Christianity, the Muslim world and the West. Located in the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, the Center combines teaching, research and public affairs activities.

Working Papers

Title: Game Changers for Nuclear Energy
Authors: Kate Marvel, Michael May
Date: June 2011

Title: Sudanese Perspectives on the 2010 Referendum
Authors: Richard Downie, Brian Kennedy
Date: November 2010

Title: Arab and Muslim Stereotyping in American Popular Culture
Authors: Jack G. Shaheen
Date: January 1997

Title: Christianity and Islam in Africa's Political Experience: Piety, Passion and Power
Authors: Ali A. Mazrui
Date: March 1996

Title: Reconstituting Islam
Authors: Aziz Al-Azmeh
Date: January 1996

Title: Jerusalem
Authors: Sari Nusseibeh
Date: January 1995