• Omar ibn Said
  • Black Muslim Atlantic
  • Building Bridges: Muslims in America
Statement Against Racism and Omar Ibn Said Initiative
Black Muslim Atlantic Symposium
Building Bridges: Muslims in America

Duke Islamic Studies Center

The Duke Islamic Studies Center (DISC) is a vibrant, diverse community of scholars and students engaged in interdisciplinary teaching, interactive learning, and cutting-edge research about Islam and Muslims.

One of the leading institutions in North America for the study of Islam and Muslims, DISC educates today's students to become tomorrow's leaders by equipping them with knowledge about the breadth and diversity of Islamic cultures, cross-cultural experiences, and language skills. The center takes a comparative, cross cultural approach to Islamic studies to encourage creative solutions to the economic, political and social challenges involving Muslims.

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Juhood Fall 2020 Issue
Omar ibn Said, born in Senegal in 1770, held onto Islamic practices while enslaved for decades in the US
Religions and Public Life