Announcements

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The Matthew B. Ridgway Center for International Security Studies is delighted to invite you to the launch of Dr. Michael Kenney’s book, “The Islamic State in Britain: Radicalization and Resilience in an Activist Network,” on Thursday, January 17, 2019 from 1:30 - 3:00 pm at the Twentieth Century Club, 2nd Floor (4201 Bigelow Boulevard, Pittsburgh, PA 15213).

A panel discussion will be held with Drs. Kenney, Alexander Montgomery and Julie Chernov Hwang.

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A mini-course this February at the University of Pittsburgh for K-12 teachers. This course is offered by NCTA in collaboration with the Asian Studies Center, Global Studies Center and African Studies Center, University Center for International Studies.

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Exhibit Opening featuring Palestinian food, and will show case photos and clothing from Palestine. The exhibit will run from January 12 - February 22, 2019

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CANCELED DUE TO WEATHER

Dr. Beverly Mack, Professor Emeritus of African and Women Studies, University of Kansas will present her research on Nan Asma'u, the Model of Literacy for Muslim Women

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The 2013 Bosnian census figures report by the central government contain an over count of approximately 150,000, a number greater than the population of the third-largest city in the country, and probably due mainly to illegal registration on non-residents in strategically important parts of the country. While EUROSTAT has devised procedures to ensure a more accurate enumeration, the leaders of the three main ethno-national political communities had opposing interests in country nonresident, illegally, as residents.

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Rebecca Karam, Principal Investigator of ISPU's Muslims for American Progress (MAP) project, discusses the contributions of Muslims to the state of Michigan, highlighting the stories of some truly inspiring individuals.

For more: www.muslimsforamericanprogress.com

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Dr. Juan R.I. Cole, an academic and commentator on the modern Middle East and South Asia. He is Richard P. Mitchell Collegiate Professor of History at the University of Michigan. Since 2002, he has written a weblog, Informed Comment which is also syndicated on Truthdig.com. He gave this talk at Georgetown University's Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding on the history of the early Muslims and the Prophet Muhammad. November 2018

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Dr. James Millward, Professor of Inter-Societal History at Georgetown University presents on China's Muslim Internment Camps and the policies behind them

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Call for Papers for the 10th Annual International Islamophobia Conference

Abstracts are limited to 300 words and a one paragraph (100 words) biography to be used for the program, if the paper is selected.
Abstracts are due by Jan. 30th, 2019
Response to abstracts by Feb. 15th, 2019
Final Invite by March 1st, 2019

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Join Few of A Kind for an informative and in depth take on how Islam has contributed to the world of psychology from its origins in the 19th and 20th century. We will touch on the psychological principles and practices that are credited to philosophers such as Kant, Spinoza, and others which had origins with Avicenna and Averroes.

MARK AFFELTRANGER PH.D
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR; CHAIR OF PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT AT BETHANY COLLEGE

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