Ruminating on Memory and the Cycle of Violence 

 

     Post 9/11 Islam has been at the forefront of the global stage as a religion that is in a deep crisis and needs a reformation.  A religion that has been described as hijacked mistranslated and at times an uncivilized religion because of the extreme violence that has ensued from some fractions in almost every Muslim country.  In 2015, I visited Berlin, Germany where I met many Germans who were interested in my role as a Muslim woman teaching Islam and also directing a Holocaust Center.  Their…

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" The COVID-19 Pandemic & Our Lasallian Mission: A Campus-Wide Reflection"

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Kelly Commons 5B & 5C

Co-sponsored event with the Peace & Justice Studies department. This event is aimed to reflect upon the impact of COVID-19 and how Manhattan College's mission of social justice has been affected.

Kristallnacht Lecture: " BOYKOTT! April 1, 1933: Spectatorship and the Exclusion of Jews from the German Community"

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In partnership with the Kupferberg Holocaust Center of Queensborough Community College. Featuring guest speaker Dr. Peter Fritzsche, Professor of History from the University of Illinois.

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