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<Q&A with Kaveh Hemmat, translator of <i>The Kushnameh</i>

Q&A with Kaveh Hemmat, translator of The Kushnameh

Kaveh Hemmat is Assistant Professor of History, Professional Faculty, in the Department of History, Philosophy, and Theology at Benedictine University. His research focuses on perceptions and representations of East Asia in premodern Islamicate …

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<<strong>Remembering and Forgetting Saints Between Christianity and Islam</strong>

Remembering and Forgetting Saints Between Christianity and Islam

By Reyhan Durmaz, author of Stories between Christianity and Islam: Saints, Memory, and Cultural Exchange in Late Antiquity and Beyond We all tell stories to create meaning. A far-gone event in a …

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<How Christians Have Used Anti-Jewish and Anti-Muslim Rhetoric for Their Own Ends

How Christians Have Used Anti-Jewish and Anti-Muslim Rhetoric for Their Own Ends

by David M. Freidenreich, author of Jewish Muslims: How Christians Imagined Islam as the Enemy Antisemitism is becoming increasingly overt—and so too is its close relative, anti-Judaism. To respond and resist effectively, …

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