The Center for Global Islamic Studies is organizing this Workshop as part of the Henry Luce Foundation project, “Islam and Africa in Global Context.”

The workshop will feature presentations on mediated religion and various media such as print, television, video, and the internet in Egypt, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, and beyond by:

Hatsuki Aishima (National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka)
Musa Ibrahim (UF)
Sara Katz (Loyola University of New Orleans)
Frédérick Madore (UF)
Ali Mian (UF)

Sponsored by the Center for Global Islamic Studies, Center for African Studies, Islam in Africa Working Group, and Department of Religion.

18 -19 October 2018
Workshop: “Muslim Youth and Lived Islam in Africa and Beyond”
UF Center for Global Islamic Studies

The Center for Global Islamic Studies will be hosting a workshop, “Muslim Youth and Lived in Africa & Beyond” on 18 & 19 October  at Grinter Hall, Room 404. The workshop will feature a keynote by Filippo Osella, “Becoming Muslim in South India,” and papers by Kae Amo, Mamadou Bodian, Musa Ibrahim, Frederick Madore, and Kimberly Wortmann. The workshop will begin with the keynote on 18 October at 5:00 pm and continue on 19 October from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.