Join us and Su'ad Abdul Khabeer, from University of Michigan as she addresses the intersections of Islam and hip hop that challenge and reproduce the meanings of race in the US.
Lecture: FROM MUSLIM COOL TO UMI’S ARCHIVE: What Anthropology Can Learn from Black Islam
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Su’ad Abdul Khabeer is a scholar-artist-activist who uses anthropology and performance to explore the intersections of race and popular culture. Su'ad is currently an associate professor of American Culture and Arab and Muslim American Studies at the University of Michigan. She received her PhD in cultural anthropology from Princeton University and is a graduate from the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University and completed the Islamic Studies diploma program of the Institute at Abu Nour University (Damascus)