Tag: Muslim

‘GUILTY’ daughter-researcher: Ethnography, familial politics, and guilt

Guest Contributor , May 9th, 2022

By Bhargabi Das I would like to begin by giving a little context of my research and my family and possibly how they overlapped over the course of…


Sarah Hillewaert on her book, Morality on the Margins

| , May 2nd, 2022

Interview by Kamala Russell Morality at the Margins: Youth, Language, and Islam in Coastal Kenya Interview by Kamala Russell Morality at the Margins: Youth, Language, and Islam in…

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Tales of ‘Mala-Bori’: Marginalized Muslim char women and population control policies in Assam, India.

Guest Contributor , May 2nd, 2022

By Bhargabi Das The summer months in the chars of western Assam, India where my ethnographic fieldwork was based, are only of respite because of the calm breeze…


Lauren Crossland-Marr takes the page 99 test

| , December 7th, 2020

Re-reading page 99 of my dissertation, I’m snapped back to the mosque in Milan, Italy that I came to know so well. Where public school children convened to…

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Muslim Humanitarianism: An Afterword #MUHUM

Julie Billaud , July 12th, 2019

What kind of practices, forms of moral reasoning and ethical orientation does Muslim humanitarianism entail? In what contexts and in response to what social problems does it arise?…


Grønland som et androsentrisk byrom

byredaksjon , April 24th, 2019

Gjesteinnlegg fra Lars Kristian Stramrud, som høsten 2018 hadde studentplass ved NIBR. Stramrud leverte nylig sin masteroppgave om muslimske kvinners bruk av offentlig rom på Grønland ved NMBU,…


Angie Heo on her new book, The Political Lives of Saints

| , March 25th, 2019

  https://www.ucpress.edu/book/9780520297982/the-political-lives-of-saints Interview by Alice Yeh  Alice Yeh: Talk of persecution and extinction often accompanies media coverage of Christians in the …

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