Islam Archive

  •   “Beyond ‘Muslim Rage': Making Sense of ‘Anti-Americanism’ in the Islamic World?”   In early September, the release of an amateurish video produced in the United States set off a […] 0

    Moustafa Bayoumi and Charles Anderson

      “Beyond ‘Muslim Rage': Making Sense of ‘Anti-Americanism’ in the Islamic World?”   In early September, the release of an amateurish video produced in the United States set off a […]

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  •   Faisal Devji is a historian who specializes in studies of Islam, globalization, violence and ethics. His multidisciplinary work grounds empirical historical issues in philosophical questions. He has taught at […] 0

    Faisal Devji

      Faisal Devji is a historian who specializes in studies of Islam, globalization, violence and ethics. His multidisciplinary work grounds empirical historical issues in philosophical questions. He has taught at […]

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  •   Anouar Majid is the founding director of the Center for Global Humanities and vice president for global affairs at the University of New England. His work has dealt with […] 0

    Anouar Majid

      Anouar Majid is the founding director of the Center for Global Humanities and vice president for global affairs at the University of New England. His work has dealt with […]

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  •   Maud Mandel is an Associate Professor of History and Judaic studies at Brown University. Mandel specializes in modern Jewish history and has focused particularly on the 20th-century French Jewish […] 0

    Maud Mandel

      Maud Mandel is an Associate Professor of History and Judaic studies at Brown University. Mandel specializes in modern Jewish history and has focused particularly on the 20th-century French Jewish […]

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  •   “Fashioning Muslimhood”   Adeline Marie Masquelier is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in […] 0

    Adeline Masquelier

      “Fashioning Muslimhood”   Adeline Marie Masquelier is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in […]

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