Panel discussion on "Perspectives of Islam," featuring the following panelists and moderator:
Dr. Atta Ceesay, director, Public Administration and Nonprofit Management Division, assistant professor and nonprofit track coordinator
Dr. Kimberly Hart, associate professor, Anthropology Department
Ms. Susan C. Randaccio, lecturer, History and Social Studies Education
Moderator: Dr. York A. Norman, associate professor, History and Social Studies Education
This panel seeks to provide general perspectives on Islam, Islamophobia, stereotypes of Islam, Islamic Law, and modern problems that Islamic communities face here and abroad.
Sponsored by the History and Social Studies Education Department, Political Science Department, Anthropology Department, Equity and Campus Diversity Office, and Student Political Society.
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