Education is the key to refugee integration in Europe, writes MAAS student Nicoleta Nichifor (’19) for News Deeply.
MAAS student Ada Mullol recently published an article “Past, Present, and Future of American Muslims” that she wrote as part of her ICFJ-UNF reporting fellowship, “The World in 2030.”
MAAS student Kaylee Steck recently published the article “State Islam in Morocco: Practice, Discourse, and Materiality” in Material Religions. Her article highlights the diversity of encounters through which state Islam is articulated in Morocco.
This teaching unit on Indian Ocean trade focuses on the rise of cotton as a global commodity and foregrounds the antecedents of Europe’s cotton industry and their contributions to industrialization. Suitable for Grades 7-12. A Teaching Unit by Kaylee Steck (MAAS ’19).
MAAS student Jennifer Lincoln writes for Jadaliyya about the Manich Msamah movement, based on her research in Tunisia this summer.
Bogos, Kristina. “Arms sales for blind eyes: Thank Obama and Trump for repression in the Gulf.” (Middle East Eye)
MAAS alum Kristina Bogos (’17) writes about the link between continued U.S. arms sales and repression in the Gulf.