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.
The GTU's Madrasa-Midrasha Program is pleased to announce summer research grants ranging from $250 to $1000 to support GTU students working on interreligious projects related to Judaism and/or Islam. These grants were made possible through the generosity of the Walter and Elise Haas Fund, which has supported the Madrasa-Midrasha Program since its inception in 2008.
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.”
Please join the Center for Islamic Studies and the Center for Jewish Studies' Madrasa-Midrasha Program as we reflect on the various aspects of Jewish, Christian, and Islamic holy days. Featured speakers are Mahjabeen Dhala, Rabbi Stephen Pearce, and Marianne Farina CSC.