Re-examining the place of textuality in Islamic Studies

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Yasmeen Atassi

December 1, 2021

This piece hopes to explore the existence of sectarian influence on Muslim student interactions by exploring how sectarian ideology is marginalized by a historically entrenched power hierarchy.
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Katherine Bullock

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Sara Hamed

October 14, 2021

Dr. Katherine Bullock discusses the vision of her Islamic book publishing company, Compass Books, and its role in the community.

Aaisha Salman

July 14, 2021

This article considers how certain poetic canons in South Asia are marked by Muslimness, subsequently generating ideas about what kind of bodies are positioned as 'dangerous' readers.

Salwa Iqbal

July 8, 2021

An examination of how the comic book Ms.Marvel revolutionizes the genre through its nuanced depiction of female Muslim characters, and how this can diversify pop culture in the future.
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Ali Usman Qasim

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Aaisha Salman

May 6, 2021

Dr. Ali Usman Qasmi discusses how reading practices can both align with and contest ideals of Muslim citizenship fashioned by the post-colonial state.

Aaisha Salman

March 7, 2021

An examination of queering Islam through not only textual 'recovery' but through collectivity.