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Aug 20 2015 | Stanford Humanities Center | Posted In: Faculty
Through an analysis of how Muslims see their place in time, Stanford religious studies professor Shahzad Bashir counteracts the “misconception” of Muslims as a homogenous group.
Jul 6 2015 | Posted In: Awards
Professor Shahzad Bashir (Religious Studies) receives one of the 31 inaugural Andrew Carnegie Fellowships.
May 6 2015
Deadline We are working on a new website and would like to use your photos. Photos shall reflect the lived experiences of Islam and inner diversity of Muslim societies and cultures. You are welcome to submit multiple photos by filling out the online form at https://goo.gl/gLF4cL . The deadline for...
May 1 2015 | Posted In: Students
4 undergraduate and 5 graduate students received our 2015 grants to conduct research, study languages and pursue internships related to Islam and Muslim societies and cultures. Studenst will travel different parts of the United States as well as various countries such as Lebanon, Morocco, Egypt,...
Mar 11 2015 | Stanford Report
Our year-long lecture series  aims to explore the present, past and diversity of Islam and Muslim communities in the United States. Professors Denise Spellberg (University of Texas, Austin) Amina Wadud (Virginia Commonwealth University), Sherman Jackson (University of Southern California...

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