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Amanda Ussak, "The Prophet's Birthday Celebration", Malaysia
Amanda Ussak, "The Prophet's Birthday Celebration", Malaysia

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A gift in support of our activities at Stanford will enhance genuine understanding of the histories, cultures, and languages of Islam and Muslim societies.  Your foresight will

  • Equip the next generation of leaders with knowledge about Islam and Muslims through innovative courses, academic seminars, and research or internship opportunities.

  • Fund opportunities for our students to conduct research, study languages, and pursue internships and service opportunities across the globe.

  • Support innovative faculty research and scholarship.

  • Deepen our public and K-12 outreach efforts.

  • Develop new initiatives to enhance Islamic Studies at Stanford.


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The Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies
Stanford University
Stanford Global Studies Division
417 Galvez Mall/Encina Hall West, Rm. 214
Stanford, CA 94305-6045 USA

For further information, please contact our Associate Director Dr. Burçak Keskin-Kozat at or (650) 736-8169.

“Stanford has a major responsibility to shape students’ knowledge and perception of the world. We must be able to teach them about the great cultures, literatures, religions, and societies through programs like the  Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies. My aim is to strengthen this program by adding faculty experts to departments across the humanities and social sciences and providing the language training necessary to meet growing student interest.” — Richard Saller, the Vernon R. and Lysbeth Warren Anderson Dean of the School of Humanities and Sciences