Navigating Afro-Arab Studies in Graduate School

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Speaker(s): Razan Idris
Join Duke Alumni as they talk to the personal, intellectual, academic, and spiritual trajectory through life, Duke, and graduate school.

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Razan Idris is a Sudanese-American third-year PhD student in History at the University of Pennsylvania. She studies histories of blackness in Afro-Arab communities on the African continent and in diaspora. For her current project, Razan has been exploring black identity at the religious institute of al-Azhar in Egypt since 1800. Razan is also the curator of the online #SudanSyllabus open project, collecting resources on Sudanese social, cultural, and intellectual history.
Sponsor

Duke Islamic Studies Center

Co-Sponsor(s)

Center for Muslim Life; Duke University Middle East Studies Center; Focus Program

Navigating Afro-Arab Studies in Graduate School

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Contact

Maxwell, Julie
919-668-1955