altM EIC to teach at NEH Summer Institute on American Muslims

We are excited to announced that altM Editor-in-Chief Asma Uddin will be part of the visiting faculty at the NEH Summer Institute for college and university teachers, “American Muslims: History, Culture and Politics”.

July 13-31, 2015 Application Deadline: March 2, 2015

George Washington University Notification Date: March 30, 2015

Washington, D.C. Stipend: $2,700

This Institute is an intensive study of Muslims in America, their history spanning four centuries of American history and their current emergence into the mainstream of American culture and politics. Two broad questions frame the program: What impact has American culture had in shaping the religious identities of American Muslims and in the creation of a uniquely American Muslim identity? What impact have American Muslims had on the religious, cultural, and political life of the United States? These questions will be explored through the experiences of individuals and communities, using their journeys to illustrate wider trends in the American Muslim population. The goal is to spur greater research and teaching about Islam in America at American colleges and universities.

Directors: Sohail Hashmi (Mount Holyoke College) & Irene Oh (George Washington University)

Visiting Faculty: Zain Abdullah • Youssef Aboul-Enein • Terry Alford • Sylvia Chan-Malik •

Sylviane Diouf • Carl Ernst • Kambiz GhaneaBassiri • Yvonne Haddad • Juliane Hammer • Muqtedar Khan • Karen Leonard • Felicia Miyakawa • Besheer Mohamed • Kathleen Moore • Lucinda Mosher • Andrew Shryock • Richard Brent Turner • Asma Uddin

Special Guests: Rashad Hussain • Salam Al-Marayati • Native Deen • Imam Talib Shareef •

Mohamed Zakariya

Program Flyer Program Syllabus Program Synopses

For more information or to apply, please visit http://go.gwu.edu/nehinstituteamericanmuslims.

 

 


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