Teaching Islam in the Post 9/11 University

A Roundtable Discussion among Scholar-Teachers of Islamic Studies

This roundtable discussion will explore issues of Islam, religion, and race in post-9/11 U.S. universities and institutions of higher learning. Scholar-teachers of Islam will examine the racialized politics of civic space in post-9/11 classrooms.
February 1, 2013
Time: 10am – Noon
Location: INTS 1128 at UCR 
CHASS Interdisciplinary Building Screening Room (UCR, Riverside, CA)
Seating is limited. RSVP to ucrwmst.rsvp@gmail.com.
– Zayn Kassam, Ph.D. (Pomona College, John Knox McLean Professor of Religious Studies)
– Aysha Hidayatullah, Ph.D. (University of San Francisco, Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies)
– Martin Nguyen, Ph.D. (Fairfield University, Assistant Professor of Islamic Religious Traditions)
With UCR faculty:
– Sherine Hafez, Ph.D. (Associate Professor, Women’s Studies and MEIS)
– Muhamad Ali, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies, Religious Studies, SEATRiP, and MEIS)
Facilitated by Tammy C. Ho, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor, Women’s Studies)
Interested educators, faculty, and graduate students who would like to join further discussion with the visiting scholars around issues of pedagogy, email ucrwmst.rsvp@gmail.com.
Free and open to the public. Campus Parking $ 6 per day.
For more information, see http://ucrtoday.ucr.edu/11551 
This event is generously co-sponsored by the Viral Ports, Virtual Currents: A 2012-13 Andrew W. Mellon Workshop in the Humanities, SEATRiP, and the Departments of Ethnic Studies and Religious Studies. The ISIR is sponsored by Mellon through the Center for Ideas and Society.