In the Media


Stanford scholar explores Arabic obsession with language

Ridiculing of leaders through satire has a long history

New Sophomore College Program Provides Arabic Immersion


Why the NYPD’s decision to drop a unit that spies on Muslims may help counterterrorism

Putin tries to sell Ukraine’s Muslims on Russian Rule

Novelist Mohsin Hamid spoke at Stanford about his transnational background

Interview with Ryan Crocker

Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center presents the first U.S. viewing of “The Jameel Prize: Art Inspired by Islamic Tradition”

Cantor Arts Center Opening

Museum gotta see ‘um

Islamic Tradition inspires Cantor Arts Center Exhibit

First U.S. Viewing of “The Jameel Prize: Art Inspired by Islamic Tradition” opens at Stanford

V&A Jameel Prize Show opens at Stanford University

First U.S. showing of Jameel Prize Art Exhibit comes to Bay Area

Özgen Felek on Illuminating Islam

Identity-based discrimination challenges Indian Muslims

Faith and Democracy

Top world religions intertwine with democracy differently

Artist presents his American Qur’an project

Panel analyzes Muslims in entertainment

Achcar discusses MENA Revolutions

Posters from the Golden Age of Turkish Cinema Reflect a Changing Society

Stanford Experts: how 9/11 changed the world

Soroush lectures on poet Rumi

Egypt conference highlights democratic transition

Experts examine Egypt uprising

What should America do in Egypt? Try nothing, says Stanford expert

Panelists discuss post-9/11 Muslim identity through Bollywood film

Afghan and Pakistani Scholars Hold Panel on Region

Stanford conference on Afghanistan, Pakistan draws passion, anger

Pamuk talks novel’s power

Author of No god but God: The Origins, Evolution and Future of Islam

A hard look at the future of Islam: Overflow crowd attends the inaugural lecture

Lecturer paints grim picture of Sudan

New Islamic Studies program inaugurated

Islam grant boosts awareness

University receives $9 million for new Islamic studies program

New Islamic Studies Program launched