Online Lecture: “Should a Muslim Woman Be President? Race, Gender, and the Insurgent Legacies of American Islam” Yale Law School, November 12, 2020, 4:15-5:45 PM

“Should a Muslim Woman Be President? Race, Gender, and the Insurgent Legacies of American Islam” Thursday, November 12, 2020 4:15 – 5:45 pm EST Sylvia Chan-Malik, Associate Professor, Department of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Rutgers University, author of Being Muslim: A Cultural History of Women of Color and American Islam (2018) The lecture will be … Continue reading Online Lecture: “Should a Muslim Woman Be President? Race, Gender, and the Insurgent Legacies of American Islam” Yale Law School, November 12, 2020, 4:15-5:45 PM

Interview :: The Social-Legal Implications of Islamic Law with Nadia Marzouki, Author of Islam: An American Religion

Nadia Marzouki is the author of Islam: An American Religion, published in 2013. She was an Andrew Carnegie Centennial Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Ash Center and a research fellow at HKS’s Belfer Center’s Middle East Initiative in 2017. She is currently a tenured research fellow (Chargée de Recherche) at the CNRS (Centre National de … Continue reading Interview :: The Social-Legal Implications of Islamic Law with Nadia Marzouki, Author of Islam: An American Religion

Islamic Legal Studies Program Affiliates’ Round Up: July 9th

ILSP affiliate Tarek Masoud was featured in The Conversation discussing the compatibility of religion and democracy. The Independent referenced ILSP affiliate Nadia Marzouki in discussing France and its aversion towards Islamic head coverings. Mada Masr, an Egyptian online newspaper, interviewed ILSP affiliate Khaled Fahmy on the Six-Day War on its 50th anniversary in Egypt. ILSP Faculty Affiliates are members of a broader community … Continue reading Islamic Legal Studies Program Affiliates’ Round Up: July 9th