Muslim Lives in Global Phoenix

ASU students narrating local Muslim lives

Supported by ASU’s Dean of Humanities Office, CLAS, we have two Undergraduate Research Fellows who are using oral history methods to document the Muslim experience in the Phoenix Valley.

Simra Maheen, a sophomore studying Psychology and Religious Studies, is researching the contributions of Muslim businesses to the Phoenix cultural landscape.

Omera Ali, a sophomore studying Biological Sciences, is investigating the extracurricular experience for Muslim students at ASU. 

 Our two Undergraduate Research Fellows, and our Center Fellow Najim Asefi, will be presenting their research publicly on Wednesday, February 28th, from 4:30-6:00 pm at West Hall 135 on ASU's Tempe campus.

Please see the flyer below for details.