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Public Scholarship on Religion | funded by the Luce Foundation and hosted by Northeastern University
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Prof. Megan Goodwin 18h
Brett is one of our inaugural public scholarship training cohort members, and brilliant to boot. his book’s out next month - go get it!
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Najeeba Syeed 20h
Oral Histories and Data Tell the Stories of Muslims in New York
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check out our rad PI sharing helpful tips on public scholarship! webinar starts at noon.
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Sacred Writes Feb 18
Replying to @BucarLiz
your GIF game is next level.
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Liz Bucar Feb 18
A lot folks found my post about job talks helpful (awesome). But honestly, I think most of the likes/RTs are for my GIFs.
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Prof. Megan Goodwin Feb 18
. patiently explains to us, once again, why we need to know something about India and racialization to actually know anything about Islam.
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Sacred Writes Feb 17
public scholarship needs a posse
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Prof. Megan Goodwin Feb 17
Replying to @ecothought @AARWeb
agreed! which is why the needs to craft and institute meaningful, robust, and lasting protections for public scholars, especially those who are already vulnerable by dint of race, gender, age, ability, documentation, contingency, etc.
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Prof. Megan Goodwin Feb 17
if scholarly guilds are going to call for public scholarship, they need to protect and support the scholars doing this work. for a guild to demand public scholarship but not protect public scholars is unethical and ultimately unsustainable.
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Sacred Writes Feb 17
no lie detected: we are a legit scholarly snack
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Sacred Writes Feb 17
. is at least 50% fangirl by volume. would happily share printing costs; might even shell out for laminating?
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Vicki Brennan Feb 16
A great thread on public scholarship. I am looking forward to learning more about this from and in June
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Prof. Megan Goodwin Feb 15
Replying to @mpgPhD
first: public scholarship, to my mind, is labor done by experts trained in the academy toward helping non-experts understand why their area of expertise is important and how that area of expertise shapes everyone's lives.
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Liz Bucar Feb 14
.' very own wrote a sassy op-ed for on the decision denying the right of a death row prisoner to have an imam at his execution. When we say we protect religious freedom in the U.S., apparently we don't mean for Muslims.
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UF Religion Dept. Feb 14
Woot! Proud to see our alumna working with to widen and deepen public scholarship on religion!
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Sacred Writes Feb 14
Replying to @TiaPhD @mpgPhD
yes!
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Kristian Petersen Feb 12
Su'ad Abdul Khabeer Author of Muslim Cool: Race, Religion and Hip Hop in the United States | Founder & Senior Editor of , a site that archives the Black Muslim experience in the U.S.
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