Professors affiliated with the Arab Studies Program (CAS) explore recent works about Islam through the lens of their scholarship. Moderated by Professor Randa Serhan, Director of the Arab Studies Program and Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology. Attendees do not need to be familiar with the works to be discussed, but all Muslim Journeys works will be available at the library for anyone....more
Library of Congress Books that Shaped America: How the Other Half Lives
The MUD Box
Professor Pamela Nadell (Chair, Department of History) will lead an informal discussion of this influential work.
Professor Nadell is a specialist in American Jewish history and women's history, she teaches a variety of courses in Jewish civilization. In 2007, she received AU's highest faculty award, the Scholar/Teacher of the Year. She is also the recipient of the American Jewish Historical ...more
Books That Shaped America: Franklin's Experiments and Observations on Electricity
Abramson Family Founders Room, SIS Building
Books that Shaped America is a special series of conversations for the local community and American University students, faculty and staff featuring selections from "Books That Shaped America," a list compiled by the Library of Congress. This Series is intended to foster open, constructive conversations about important and enduring themes in civil society.
Let's Talk About It! Muslim Journeys: American Stories
Bender Library Training and Events Room
The American University Library and the Arab World Studies Program invite AU faculty, staff, students, alumni, and members of the Washington, D.C.-metro community to a book discussion series on Muslim Journeys: American Stories. Professor Randa Serhan, Director of the Arab World Studies Program, will lead the discussions.
All events start at 6p.m. Middle Eastern fare will be served.