Susan L. Douglass

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Susan L. Douglass is an American-born Muslim. She is former social studies teacher and author affiliated with the Council on Islamic Education.[1] She is a senior research associate at the Ali Vural Ak Center for Global Islamic Studies at George Mason University.[2] She was formerly affiliated with the Prince Alaweed bin-Talal Center for Muslim Christian Understanding at Georgetown University.[3]

Douglass holds a M.A. in Arab Studies from Georgetown University and a B.A. in History from the University of Rochester.

She was an advisor to the 2002 PBS broadcast documentary Muhammad: Legacy of a Prophet (2002).

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  • World Eras: Rise and Spread of Islam, 622-1500 (Thompson/Gale, 2002)
  • Ramadan (Carolrhoda Books, 2002),

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