Revised Edition of Encyclopedia of Muslim-American History

The Encyclopedia of Muslim-American History was published originally as a two-volume set from Facts on File in 2010. The revised edition appeared in 2022 as part of Infobase’s K-12 and higher education electronic resources for use in schools, colleges, and libraries; it features dozens of revised entries as well as new content on comics, Michigan City, Humayun Khan, Shahid Khan, Ibtihaj Muhammad, Ilhan Omar, Linda … Continue reading Revised Edition of Encyclopedia of Muslim-American History

$250,000 Grant to Prevent Discrimination against Africana Religions

I am proud to join Professors Danielle Boaz (UNC Charlotte) and Youssef Carter (UNC Chapel Hill) as co-principal investigator in a multi-year project, funded by the Religion and Theology Program of the Henry Luce Foundation, that amplifies community efforts to prevent discrimination and violence against practitioners of Africana religions. The first stage will engage practitioners of African ancestral religions such as Lucum√≠ (Santeria), Candombl√©, Obeah, … Continue reading $250,000 Grant to Prevent Discrimination against Africana Religions