MUSLIMS AND AMERICANESS IN GRAPHIC NOVELS Hussein will trace the religious imagery embedded in American graphic novels and how this coded language served to normalize religious minorities in American consciousness. There will be a discussion of vectors of Muslim involvement in graphic novels and how they are building on these traditions to integrate into American society.
You are invited to Out of the Shadows of 9/11: Millennials, Moral Vision and the Global Groundswell. Join Auburn Tuesday, September 6, 2011 from 7-9pm EST at the Jerome L.Greene Performance Space at WNYC. Or watch the event on your computer and join the Groundswell! Tune into the Auburn Web site to watch this compelling program that will give voice to a rising movement, and inform the roles that faith and morality bear in movement building – not only this fall, in next year’s election cycle, but through this coming decade. Join us September 6th and learn more by clicking…
Everyday Art: The Islamic Impact on American Arts Saturday, May 21, 2011 3:00 p.m. Loyola University Museum of Art 820 North Michigan Avenue Chicago IL 60611 LUC.edu/luma Flyer – Islamic Impact on American Arts.pdf