Muslim Journeys Visiting Scholar Talk

Muslim Journeys

May 1, 4:30-5:30, Wille Hall

Immediately following the opening reception, Dr. Kambiz GhaneaBassiri, an Associate Professor of Religion and Humanities at Reed College and one of the national team of scholars who designed the Muslim Journeys program will present the first talk of our Muslim Journeys events. We are honored to host him here for his talk titled “Muslim Journeys and the Making of American History.” He will also say a few words at the reception about Muslim Journeys from a national perspective.

In preparation for the May 1 event, please visit the American Stories website, which features Dr. GhaneaBassiri’s discussion of Muslim experiences in the United States and his commentary on the six books around the American Stories theme (click on the link “Read the full essay on the Web” or “Download the full essay PDF” on the American Stories page to see the commentary). These six books were part of the Muslim Journeys grant and will be available for check out at COCC's Barber Library.