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Contending Modernities

HIND ARROUB

Moroccan youth's ambivalence towards the secular and religious results in a creative synthesis. Read the full article »

SARAH ELTANTAWI

The terra incognita of the Trump era can offer American Muslims the opportunity to emerge stronger, more self-articulated, and more inclusive and loving. Read the full article »

AMIR HUSSAIN

There has, it surprises some people to learn, never been an America without Muslims. Read the full article »

BRENNA MOORE

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ALI ALTAF MIAN

This moment presents both difficulties and opportunities for analyzing the intersections of Islamophobia and homophobia. By historicizing the emergence of each, we gain analytical clarity about the complex negotiations of identity, never static but always becoming. Read the full article »

TOM BAMAT

Is Catholic identity not an impediment to building bridges and social cohesion? Would it not be preferable to have secular, religiously “unattached” platforms and entry points? Read the full article »

How can Islamic tradition survive as times change, not simply in new geographic or cultural contexts, but also in new conceptual universes? Contending Modernities launches a project for renewal. Read the full article »