"The Women’s Mosque is one example of the ways Muslim women in the United States are taking on new positions of religious leadership. Without challenging the tradition that only men can lead mixed-gender congregational prayers, women across the country are assuming all other aspects of religious leadership, including pastoral care and education" - Christian Century highlights the perspective of ACMCU's Professor Yvonne Haddad.
The reassertion of religion in politics and society is signaling a process of de-secularization which has seen religion as a major factor and challenge in domestic and international politics. This lecture, featuring ACMCU's John L. Esposito examines the role and future of religion in global politics.
On ACMCU's Building Bridges Podcast, we present a conversation on Muslim-Christian relations and highlight experts in the field and the work that they do. On this episode, we feature Dr. Ilyse Morgenstein Fuerst, Associate Professor of Religion and Director of the Middle East Studies program at the University of Vermont.
From refugee admissions to fiancée and student visas, the Muslim Ban continues to have a devastating impact on nationals from Muslim majority countries. Exactly one year later to the day the Ban took effect, The Bridge Initiative at Georgetown University showcases a startling Impact Analysis of The Muslim Ban.