Part of the Islam in Conversations series, this distinguished panel discussion, moderated by Princeton politics professor Dr. Amaney Jamal, will feature scholars from political science (Dr. Dalia Fahmy), sociology (Dr. Mucahit Bilici), anthropology (Dr. Sylvia Chan-Malik) and psychology to offer insights on how the U.S. elections are impacting Muslims domestically and internationally as well as to critique the candidates rhetoric and policies on civil rights and foreign policies. Sponsored by the Program in Muslim Life, in the Princeton University Office of Religious Life.
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Open to the Public! Everyone is welcome!