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Tue May 04 2010
Qs: English Academic Writing for Islamic Purposes
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English Academic Writing for Islamic Purposes
Message 1: English Academic Writing for Islamic Purposes
From: Muhammad-Reza Fakhr-Rohani <fxr41yahoo.co.uk>
Subject: English Academic Writing for Islamic Purposes
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Dear colleagues and scholars,
I should like to seek your cooperation to inform me if you are aware of
any book on English academic writing for Islamic purposes. Having
taught this (apparently new) course for a couple of semesters at some
universities and Islamic research institutes in Qom, Iran, I have decided
to develop a textbook to fill this educational gap. I have several
reasons for undertaking this project; however, I should like to request
your cooperation whether you have been informed of such a textbook,
I will be grateful for your answers, suggestions, and particularly
constructive criticism and look forward to hearing from you soon.
With best wishes,
Dr. Muhammad-Reza Fakhr-Rohani
Department of English
University of Qom
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