ISP Lecture. Islamotopia: American Exceptionalism and Muslim Reform
Michael Muhammad Knight is the author of 11 books, including fiction, nonfiction, scholarship, and scholarly reflection. Knight’s work examines issues of authenticity and authority in Muslim communities, with special focus on American Muslims. He is assistant professor of religion and cultural studies at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. His 12th book, "Muhammad: Forty Introductions," is forthcoming in 2018.
Sponsors: Islamic Studies Program, Arab and Muslim American Studies, Digital Islamic Studies Curriculum
|Building:||Hatcher Graduate Library|
|Event Type:||Lecture / Discussion|
|Tags:||Inclusion, Multicultural, Muslim, Religious|
|Source:||Happening @ Michigan from Global Islamic Studies Center, International Institute, Department of American Culture, Arab and Muslim American Studies (AMAS)|
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