Discrimination, Racialization, and Islam (tentative title)

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Speaker(s): Dr. Nura Sediqe
Nura A. Sediqe is a postdoctoral research associate and lecturer at the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs. Most recently, she co-taught SPIA's "The Politics of Public Policy" as part of the core curriculum for the first year MPA students. Her research interests involve how identity, namely racialized identities and gender, influence individual's policy preferences and political behavior. Her forthcoming book manuscript investigates Muslims in the United States and how the evolution of their identities has influenced their policy preferences. She also writes on Black political behavior, focusing on the intersection of race and religion for Black Muslims. More information on her publications and forthcoming work can be found on nurasediqe.com.

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Sponsor

Duke Islamic Studies Center

Co-Sponsor(s)

Duke University Middle East Studies Center

 Discrimination, Racialization, and Islam (tentative title)

Contact

Maxwell, Julie
919-668-1955