A China Scholar's Rendezvous with Islam
by Ming Xia

[September 29, 2017]

6PM to 8PM

25 West 43rd Street, Room 1000
between 5th & 6th Avenues, Manhattan

RSVP: https://2017mingxia.eventbrite.com
 

This talk is based on an essay for the upcoming issue of Asian American Matters: A New York Anthology, published by AAARI, on the necessary convergence of Islamic Studies and Asian studies. Prof. Ming Xia will elaborate on his own personal and intellectual journey as a China scholar, discovering how Islam has become so essential to understanding conflict and cooperation in China and the East Asian region. Prof. Xia will also propose an Asian perspective in looking at the securitization of Islamic issues in the West and contemplate on some suggestions for solving the so-called clashes of civilizations.

 

 

 


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