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Title: Children’s Literature and Shia Muslim Childhoods in America

Three Scholars Speaking on Zoom

Children’s Literature and Shia Muslim Childhoods in America

Join ACMCU for a discussion about crafting Shia Muslim childhoods in America with authors of three recently published children’s books: Azmina Dhalla-Shivji and Zaheed Damani, How Can I Tell My Mawla I Love Him?; Zain Bandali, Mehndi Boy; and Alim M., Ya Ali Madad Everyone. We will discuss the storylines, the authors’ inspirations, and the politics of Muslim childhood in America.

Event Video

Dr. Tareq Baconi and Dr. Nader Hashemi at Georgetown University

ACMCU, CCAS, and The African Studies Program of Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service welcomed Dr. Tareq Baconi from Al-Shabaka: The Palestinian Policy Network to give a lecture on the…

In partnership with the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies (CCAS), Georgetown University Qatar, and The Georgetown University African Studies Program, ACMCU will host a four part series focused on the…

Muslims on the Margins Book Talk Graphic

In this talk about their new book, Muslims on the Margins: Creating Queer Religious Community in North America (NYU Press, 2023), Professor Katrina Daly Thompson tells the story of progressive…