CIS News - November 2022

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Center for Islamic Studies

CIS News for November 2022

Congratulations to doctoral student Nosizwe Breaux-Abdur-Rahman on participating in the Berkeley Center for the Study of Religion’s working group on race, religion and belonging.

Congratulations to Dr. Mahjabeen Dhala for her contribution to a blog post led by Ted Peters on Public Theology published on Patheos: “To Eat No Kill Cultivated Meat. Part Five: Muslims?” and also for her  papers at the AAR/SBL, “Faith, Climate, and Justice,” Panelist, Institute of Religion in an Age of Science, and “Transformative Interfaith Engagement: Centering Minority Perspectives,” Interreligious and Interfaith Studies Unit.

The CIS invites the GTU community to attend our monthly Zoom gatherings, Islamic Studies @ GTU, to learn more about the research and work of our students, alums, visiting scholars and faculty. We are delighted that Dr. Eby Shabudin will share his research on values based leadership from an Islamic perspective on Nov 11th at 4:30pm. Please see the GTU calendar for more info and contact for Zoom info.