Muslim Women in the Digital Age: Podcasting, Music, and Illustration with Misha Euceph, Emmen Ahmed, and Ain’t Afraid
Misha Euceph is a Pakistani-American writer, podcast host and producer, as well as the founder and CEO of Dustlight Productions. Her podcast “Tell Them, I Am” explored the lives of Muslims in the public eye.
Emmen Ahmed’s artwork plays with traditional Mughal miniature paintings, Islamic art, the female form, and Bollywood imagery to hold a mirror up to the South Asian-Muslim-female experience in the West.
The multi-talented artist group Aint Afraid are singers, songwriters, rappers, poets, and change makers to name just a few of their many attributes. Their mission is to inspire the world in goodness through their art in ways that people will listen.
Come learn how these Muslim women experience the online world and what role the internet plays in their work.
Cosponsored by The Center for South Asian Studies, The Digital Islamic Studies Curriculum & Room Project
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|Event Type:||Lecture / Discussion|
|Tags:||Discussion, Global Islamic Studies, Virtual|
|Source:||Happening @ Michigan from Global Islamic Studies Center, International Institute, Center for South Asian Studies|
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