Events

25 Jan 2018

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Muslim Internationalism and Pan-Islamic Ideas During the Cold War

Thursday, January 25, 2018 - 12:30pm to 2:00pm
Sociology Colloquium Room, Posvar Hall 2431, University of Pittsburgh
Sponsored By: 
The Islamicate Studies Working Group at the University of Pittsburgh

The Islamicate Studies Working Group at the University of Pittsburgh will be presenting a colloquium featuring Cemil Aydin,

25 Jan 2018

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In Good Faith: A Panel Discussion on Community Service in Judaism and Islam

Thursday, January 25, 2018 - 6:00pm
Repair the World Pittsburgh, 6022 Broad Street
Sponsored By: 
Repair the World: Pittsburgh and CAIR-Pittsburgh

Join Repair The World: Pittsburgh and CAIR-Pittsburgh for a panel discussion on community service in Judaism and Islam.

Our four featured panelists are:
Imam Abdul Wajid (Islamic Center of Pittsburgh)
Sarah Jameela Martin (Muslim Women's Association of Pittsburgh)
Rabbi Sarah Henry (Rodef Shalom)
Ken Regal (Just Harvest)

Doors open at 6pm, panel begins at 6:30pm.
Appetizers and refreshments will be provided.

30 Jan 2018

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Call for Papers: The Road Travelled, 9th Annual International Islamophobia Conference

Tuesday, January 30, 2018 (All day)
UC Berkeley
Sponsored By: 
CRG’s IRDP at the University of California, Berkeley & Centre for Ethnicity and Racism Studies at the University of Leeds, UK, The Islamophobia Studies Journal, ReOrient

The theme for the ninth annual International Islamophobia Conference is framed by a critical article written by Professor S. Sayyid and Abdoolkarim Vakil (https://irdproject.com/reports-of-islamophobia-1997-2017/) on the occasion of Runnymede Trust publishing, “Islamophobia: Still a Challenge for us all”. We included the full article below to contextualize the ninth annual conference call for papers, which seeks to examine five areas framed by the authors and abstracts should engage one or more of these strands.

08 Feb 2018

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Summer Studies Program in Indonesia

Thursday, February 8, 2018 (All day)
Sponsored By: 
US-Indonesia Society

As the most dynamic emerging economy in Southeast Asia, the largest Muslim-majority country, third largest democratic country and one of the most diverse countries in the world, Indonesia is an important country for the U.S and in Asia. The USINDO Summer Studies program aims to provide American students with the language ability, political awareness, culture sensitivity and understanding of this increasingly significant country. For the past 23 years, USINDO has hosted an intensive ten-week language and cultural immersion program, held in Yogyakarta for U.S.

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