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Hussein Rashid, PhD, is founder of islamicate, L3C, a consultancy focusing on religious literacy and cultural competency. He currently teaches in Barnard College’s Department of Religion. He works with a variety of NGOs, foundations, non-profits, and governmental agencies for content expertise on religion broadly, with a specialization on Islam. His work includes exploring theology, the interaction between culture and religion, and the role of the arts in conflict mediation.
His research focuses on Muslims and American popular culture, and has a background in South and Central Asian studies, with an interest in Shi’i theology. He worked with the Children’s Museum of Manhattan as a content expert for their “America to Zanzibar” exhibit. He was also featured in the video, The Secret History of Muslim in the US.
- Religion & Interfaith
- Arts & Culture