Welcome to the 2005 CIR home page!


Sponsors:
MSA at Yale,
Hartford Seminary,
Yale Council on Middle
East Studies
,
Yale NELC Dept.,
Yale Graduate School of
Arts & Sciences
,
Yale Religious Ministry,
Yale Muslims in Medicine,
Yale Muslim Law
Students Association
,
Asian American Cultural
Center at Yale

 

 

 

 

 

 





Announcements:


Conference venue: Linsly-Chittenden (LC) Hall, Yale Univ.
Address: 63 High Street, New Haven, CT
Click here to download campus map (star indicates venue)
Click here for driving directions to LC Hall


Online Registrations are now closed
since we have allocated some space for participants who will come and register walk-in on the day of the conference.


(click on image to download the poster)


Yale University’s Critical Islamic Reflections group consists of a cross-section of graduate and undergraduate students organized to pursue critical academic scholarship on topics regarding Islam and Muslim society...[more about CIR]

The theme of this year's conference is contemporary discourses on Islam in America. Throughout the 20th century and certainly in the beginnings of the new millennium, images and representations of Islam and Muslims abound in the academic and popular press. This conference aims to assess what those images are and the politics that underlie their production and dissemination. To put it simply, what is being said and why?

For questions or concerns about the conference, please contact us through email at yaleCIR@gmail.com

 


Last updated: April 3, 2005. Questions? Contact: yaleCIR@gmail.com.