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Join Pitt's Muslim staff, faculty and students as they share their traditions, discuss their efforts to break barriers, build bridges and promote interfaith understanding during the holy month of Ramadan

For each participate that attends, the Muslim Affinity Group will make at $10 donation to the Pitt Food Pantry.

Presented by the Pitt Interfaith Dialogue and the Muslim Affinity Group in collaboration with the Muslim Association at Pitt.

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Announced by the University of Pittsburgh

The Maydan Podcast offers discussions addressing a range of topics and themes—both contemporary and historical—across multiple academic disciplines. It is designed to appeal to both academic and non-expert audiences.

A team of scholars from different institutions and representing a wide range of subfields and domains of expertise contribute to the podcast. It will produce 50 episodes over one year and seeks to engage audiences within and outside the field of Islamic Studies.

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Activism, Civil Society, and the Marginalized: A Human Rights Panel on Crimea Today
MODERATOR:
Trevor Erlacher, , Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies, University o fPittsburgh
SPEAKERS
Kateryna Busol, Center for Defense Strategies
Mumine Saliyeva, , Crimean Solidarity Civic Initiative, Crimea
Tamila Tasheva, Mission of the President of Ukraine in Crimea
Maria Tomak, Media Initiative for HumanRights (MIHR) in Ukraine

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ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION:
Crimea:Embattled Homeland, Suspended Lives

MODERATOR
Vladimir Padunov, Slavic Languages and Literatures and Film Studies, University of Pittsburgh
SPEAKERS
Alim Aliev, Ukrainian Institute
Austin Charron, Center for Russia, East Europe and Central Asia, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Rory Finnin, Ukrainian Studies, University of Cambridge
Mykola Gnatovsky, Taras Shevchenko NationalUniversity, Kyiv
Nataliya Gumenyuk
Author of Lost Island: Dispatchesfrom Occupied Crimea

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Review of film: "Visually striking, but narratively undernourished, the father-and-son-bonding drama “Homeward” unfolds against the backdrop of a fraught road trip from Kyiv to Russia-annexed Crimea and marks a flawed debut from young Ukrainian helmer-writer Nariman Aliev, a Crimean Tatar. Indeed, the plight of Crimean Tatars (both historically and currently) forms an important element of the plot.

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Announced by the University of Pittsburgh

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Announced by the University of Pittsburgh

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Br. Rashad Byrdsong to present on Social Injustice and Activism
Sr. Tammy Thompson to present on Economic Injustice and Activism

Register here:
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwucuqopjItH9Kv89nfZsR68hGCk5VCgTAv

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Presentation on Feb 26th include
Imam Naeem: Historical Presentation
Imam Amro: Theological Presentation
Discussion with Q&A to follow

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