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18th Annual Duke-UNC Middle East and Islamic Studies Graduate Student Conference

“What Does Race Have to Do with Religion?
Racialization and Worldwide Islam”

February 20-21, 2021
Virtual Conference

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The Islamicate Graduate Student Association invites you to attend the 18th Annual Duke-UNC Conference, one of the longest running graduate student Middle East & Islamic Studies conferences in the U.S. This year’s conference, “What Does Race Have to Do with Religion? Racialization and Worldwide Islam” will be held online via a live video broadcasting platform on Saturday and Sunday, February 20-21, 2021. This year’s panels include an exciting line up of graduate student research, artists showcasing their work, and a keynote speech by Dr. Zareena Grewal.

Registration required in advance.