Diaspora, Religion & Identity

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Yasmin Dualeh will be presenting on Diaspora, Religion & Identity: “Arab diasporic intellectuals in the US and their utopian thought and visions of modernity in the early 20th century”

Yasmin Dualeh is a Ph.D. student in U.S. history at the University of Cambridge. Her dissertation explores the political thought of Arab diasporic intellectuals in the US from the First World War through to the 1967 Arab-Israeli War. She is primarily interested in their anticolonial/anti-imperialist thought, writings on race, attempts to influence and critique US foreign policy, and finally their visions of Arab modernity, subjectivity, and liberation.

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