This course examines Islamic perspectives on religious diversity, other religious and non-religious traditions, and interreligious engagement. It involves exploration of primary Islamic sources (including the Qur’an and Hadith) and traditional and contemporary interpretations drawn from exegetical, legal, polemical, and theological discourses. Throughout all, emphasis is placed on developing a nuanced understanding of interpretative conclusions, of interpretative methodologies, and of the relevance of the Islam-specific conversation to broader discussions of religious diversity and interreligious engagement.