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When political scientist Lisa Blaydes teaches 9/11 to her students, she tries to give an international perspective of the issues, particularly on how grievances can arise – both legitimately or falsely constructed – in countries abroad and how…

This academic year, the Abbasi Program is pleased to announce the broad theme for its events and programming as they relate to frameworks of collective belonging, cultural construction, identity and heritage formation. For the autumn quarter, we…

The Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies is delighted to host Dr. Sohaira Siddiqui as Visiting Scholar for the duration of the autumn quarter. Dr. Siddiqui is an Associate Professor of Theology at Georgetown University's School of Foreign…

Each month, we will be spotlighting an Abbasi Program affiliate on campus. This month, our spotlight shines on Professor Serkan Yolaçan from the Department of Anthropology.

Congratulations on your new position as Assistant Professor of…

Newly published Islam through Objects, edited by Anna Bigelow, Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Stanford University, represents the state of the field of Islamic material cultural studies.

With contributions…