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Muslims -- United States

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Hisaab & Half-Truths, 2019

Identifier: cw_2019spring_palla_rukhsar.pdf
Overview "The following collection of short stories explores a group of Pakistani Muslims moving through the world. The stories are linked, but can also be read as stand alone pieces. My intention for this work is to tell some of the stories of the South Asian diaspora, and to explore the complexities of first generation Americans, Muslims who practice Islam at varying degrees, and Pakistanis from different class backgrounds. When these characters engage with one another, both kinship and conflict...
Dates: 2019

The Mediated Lives of Muslim College Students in the United States: Identity and Community on Instagram, 2019

Identifier: pr_2019spring_marcucci_susannah.pdf
Overview "Since 9/11, Muslim-American communities have been subject to discrimination and surveillance (Cashin, 2010; Sirin & Fine, 2007; Tindongan, 2011) and the situation has continued through the early years of the Trump administration. This study investigates how Muslim college students in the United States navigate identity construction and community building on social media within this context. Using a grounded theory approach to analyze the data from the Instagram pages of six Muslim...
Dates: 2019