Duke Performances

Su’ad Abdul Khabeer
Muslim Cool: Race, Religion & Hip Hop in the United States

Thursday, September 20, 2018 | 6:00 pm


Scholar, artist, and activist Su’ad Abdul Khabeer (University of Michigan) reflects in this evening talk at the John Hope Franklin Center on how intersecting ideas of Muslimness and Blackness both challenge and reproduce the meanings of race in the United States. A response will be provided by Mark Anthony Neal (Chair, Duke African and African American Studies), and a reception will follow the event.

Thursday, September 20, 6 PM | Reception 7:30 PM
Ahmadieh Family Conference Hall
Room 240
John Hope Franklin Center
2204 Erwin Rd, Durham
Free and open to the public

Co-sponsored by the Duke Departments of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies and African & African American Studies; the Program in Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies; and the Duke Islamic Studies Center

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