Pluralism and Adaptation is a collection of four multimedia collections that explore two characteristics of Islamic faith in Senegal and Ghana: pluralism and adaptation. Pluralism looks at how people of different religious persuasions— including Islam, Christianity, and Judaism —have coexisted and mutually respected one another for centuries. Adaptation studies the ways in which Islam has taken hold in a particular society and culture that have changed over time. Specifically, the four collections look at:
Together, these collections help portray the often under-studied and misrepresented story of vibrant, contemporary Islamic practice in sub-Saharan Africa. The Pluralism and Adaptation collections serve as important resources in disseminating knowledge and access to these materials.