A few weeks ago I had the great pleasure of participating in a workshop on Activism, Advocacy, and Scholarship on Islam in the Digital Realm at Boston University.
Michael Pregill, Interlocutor in the Institute for the Study of Muslim Societies and Civilizations at Boston University, gave me the opportunity to write up some reflections on the meeting over at Mizan.
Here are my thoughts on The Possibilities of a Digital Life in Islamic Studies.
Here is a preview:
“Engagement via digital media and technologies has transformed how scholars and activists do what they do. Digital platforms and tools have opened up new horizons for doing work – producing, analyzing, archiving, communicating – but also pose new challenges that need to be addressed when working in digital environments.”
Read more here.