There are estimated to be 6 – 7 million Muslims living in America and the number is growing rapidly through immigration, conversion, and the birth of a new generation. During this Wednesday Forum Jaye will provide an overview of American Muslim demographics and history with a look at the rapidly expanding institutions and cultural contributions. Special attention will be given to the experiences of Muslim women, the impact of September 11th and the well-funded strategic anti-Muslim/Islam campaigns.
Jaye Starr is a visiting Henry Luce Exchange Student with the ICRS/CRCS programs. She is an American Muslim pursuing her Master’s degree in Islamic Studies & Christian-Muslim Relations and a Graduate Certificate in Chaplaincy through Hartford Seminary. Hartford Seminary is a multi-faith graduate education institution internationally renowned for its engagement with interfaith dialogue. Upon completion of her studies, Jaye hopes to do peace-building work with refugee resettlement populations living in the Untied States.
DATE AND TIME
Wednesday, March 26th, 2014
@ 1 – 3 PM
Graduateschool (Pascasarjana) Universitas Kristen Duta Wacana (UKDW),
Room B, 4th floor of AGAPE Building.
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