Global Islam in Everyday America

عثمان محمد علي   في الثلاثاء 24 مارس 2009


FYI for anyone in the area. PDF flyer attached.

Spring 2009

Conference: Global Islam in Everyday America
April 3, 2009 University of Pennsylvania

Hosted by the Asian American Studies Program, the Middle East
Center, and the South Asia Center


As Islam is increasingly associated with worldwide debates on


terror, anti-West sentiment, and extremism, images of Islam
and Islamic identity circulating in the media have become
ubiquitous. Pictures of the veil, the turbaned terrorist, and
the children schooled in madrasas are conflated to a singular
representation of all Muslims. While Muslims face the
challenges of negative imagery, researchers know relatively
little about the lived experiences of Muslim Americans.

GLOBAL ISLAM IN EVERYDAY AMERICA

Keynote Address: Yvonne Haddad, Ph.D.
Professor of the History of Islam and Christian-Muslim
Relations at the Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding,
Georgetown University

PARTICIPANTS:

Session I: Race and Diversity in Muslim America

1) Matthew Luther Lindholm, Ph.D., Concordia College. Making
a Diverse American Community in a Christian City
2) Junaid Rana, Ph.D., University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign. The Muslim Body and the Racial Uniform in
US Migration Regimes
3) Irum Shiekh, Ph.D., University of California Los Angeles.
Being an Oral Historian
4) Yuting Wang, University of Notre Dame. Confronting the
Problem of Race and Ethnicity in a Diverse Immigrant Mosque

Session II: Gender

1) Lalaie Ameeriar, Ph.D., Stanford University. Embodying
Citizenship: Pakistani Women in Toronto and the Social Life of
the Mosques
2) Louise Cainker, Ph.D., Marquette University. Gendered
Backlash After 9/11: Women in Hijab as Perceived Cultural Threats
3) Inger Furseth, Ph.D., KIKO Centre for Church Research,
University of Southern California. View on Marriage Among
Immigrant Muslim Women in the Los Angeles Area
4) Mahruq Khan, Ph.D., Loyola University Chicago. Queer
Muslims in the U.S.: The Struggle to Reconstruct the Bounds of
Faith

Session III: Islam and the State

1) Sameer Ahmed, Yale Law School. The Religious Right to
Refuse Service: Accommodating Muslims in a ‘Christian America’
2) Mucahit Bilici, John Jay College, CUNY. Children of
Abraham, Citizens of America; Muslim Interfaith Activism in
Metro Detroit Area
3) Rabia Kamal, University of Pennsylvania. A New Ethos for a
New Generation: American-Muslim Cultural Activism & Liberal
Subjectivity in Post-9/11 America
4) Erik Love, University of California, Santa Barbara.
Confronting Islamophobia: Advocacy Organizations and the State
in the “Post-Civil Rights Era”
5) Kathleen Hall, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania. Security
& the Neoliberal State: British Political Imaginaries Post 7/7

Session IV: African American Islam

1) Zain Abdullah, Ph.D., Temple University. Islam and Black
Globality in the 21st Century: The Case of African American
Muslims
2) Cheikh Babou, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania. African
and African-American Muslims in the U.S.
3) Ezekiel Olagoke, Ph.D., Waynesburg University. Second
Generation African Muslims in the United States: A Diasporic
Overview

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The Middle East Institute and the Department of Middle Eastern, South Asian and African Studies at Columbia University invite applications for an appointment as Arcapita Visiting Professor of Modern Arab Studies for a one-semester position for the fall 2017 or spring 2018 semester. The position may be filled at the rank of Visiting Assistant Professor, Visiting Associate Professor, or Visiting Professor. We are interested in candidates whose field of research and teaching is in history, culture, or social sciences of the modern Arab world. The incumbent will be expected to teach two courses in this field, to participate in the activities of the Middle East Institute and to give a brown bag lecture and other such public lectures as may be appropriate. The position offers competitive remuneration.
All applications must be made through Columbia University's online Recruitment of Academic Personnel System (RAPS).
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