WorldLink Discussion with Qamar-ul Huda
|Event Start Date||Monday, October 3, 2011|
Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice, Room E
|Event Start Time||4:00 pm - 5:30 pm|
Qamar-Ul Huda, PhD, is a scholar of Islam and senior program officer in the Religion and Peacemaking Program at the U.S. Institute of Peace. He is an adjunct associate professor at Georgetown University's Conflict Resolution Program where he teaches Religion, Ethnicity, Identity and Conflict Resolution. Dr. Huda's areas of interest are Islamic intellectual history, ethics, comparative religion, the language of violence, conflict resolution and nonviolence in contemporary Islam. His edited book, Crescent and Dove: Peace and Conflict Resolution in Islam (USIP Press, 2010), provides a critical analysis of models of nonviolent strategies, peacebuilding efforts and conflict resolution methods in Muslim communities.
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