Muslims and the Chinese State: From the Qing to the Present, Florida International University, January 17

I’m looking forward to a visit to Florida International University on January 17. Here is the abstract:

American media has recently highlighted the social circumstances of Muslims living under the Chinese Communist Party. What may be unknown to many is that the tense relationship between Muslim communities and the state have gone back for centuries. This lecture offers an outline of the history of Islam in China and a genealogy of Muslim/state interactions from the final dynatistic regime to the present

I am grateful for the invitation from Iqbal Akhtar. If you are in the Miami area please join us at 2pm. Free and open to the public.

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