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A mosque in the orange haze of a sunset

The Comparative Muslim Societies Program builds bridges across disciplines and borders for better understanding of Muslim cultures and societies. Our faculty and students specialize in history, politics, gender studies, anthropology, art history, and more. This expansive scope brings depth and connection to the comparative study of Muslim societies done in programs and departments all over campus. 

View this semester's line up of seminar series speakers, or see some of our speakers from past semesters.

11:00 am

Uris Hall, Terrace

Assistant Professor, Government
Associate Professor, Government
Director, Comparative Muslim Societies Program
John H. Burris Professor in the Department of the History of Art and Visual Studies

Faculty and Student Kudos and a Farewell

Allen Carlson, CMSP/EAP/SAP

Allen Carlson, CMSP, EAP, SAP