Join us for a conversation with Dr. Sam Shonkoff and Dr. Kamal Abu-Shamsieh as we reflect on the sacred seasons of Passover and Ramadhan. Their talks will explore the notion of Spirituality as it is incorporated in and developed through religious commemorations and practices.
In the face of the global COVID-19 pandemic and climate calamity, when the linked injustices of economic, social, and environmental inequity are on the rise, what answers can our religious traditions provide? These are the questions we’ll be exploring at Sustainable Societies Conference II.
The Berkeley Center for Middle Eastern Studies and the Bayan Islamic Graduate School present "Muslim Women's Scholarship in Islamic Tradition and Western Academia" as part of a webinar series on Contemporary Issues in American Islam.
Hosted in partnership with the Northern California Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Foundation, this annual service gathers local and national interfaith leaders around a theme in Dr. King’s life and work. This year’s theme is “Justice and Hope.”
Saturday, December 12th 2020, 9:00am to Sunday, December 13th 2020, 12:00pm
Muslim spaces, bodies, families, civil society institutions, and thoughts are subject to violent French state intervention. This conference will interrogate the history and contemporary French state oppressive and racist projects directed at the disciplining and surveillance of the Muslim subject- the internal permanent colonial, separate, unequal, never free and not "French to the source." Follow the link below to register.