This international public forum aims to both dispassionately analyze and constructively reimagine Muslim politics amidst polarizing culture wars in a rapidly changing global order. Panelists will share perspectives around the following questions:
In the context of a shifting geopolitical order from unipolarity to multipolarity, what direction will political Islam take globally?
What parallels are there between culture wars raging in Western societies and Muslim majority countries?
How will the "Islam vs. the West" discourse be reshaped as the direction of history oscillates back from West to East?
- Eman Abdelhadi, Assistant Professor, University of Chicago
- Abdulrahman Malik, Associate Research Scholar and Lecturer in Islamic Studies, Yale Divinity School
- Walaa Quisay, Leverhulme Fellow, University of Edinburgh
- Emil Nasritdinov, Associate Professor, American University of Central Asia
- Peter Mandaville, Senior Advisor for Religion and Inclusive Societies, United States Institute of Peace
- Scott Appleby, Marilyn Keough Dean, Keough School of Global Affairs, University of Notre Dame
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