Women, Motorbikes, and Shari'a in Nigeria and Indonesia

From Sahel Blog Fri Jan 4 2013, 08:31:53

This Winter Quarter at Northwestern I'll be teaching a course on Islam and politics in the contemporary world. Much of the course will focus on three cases: Egypt, Indonesia, and Nigeria. As I prepare for the course I've been paying ... Continue reading →

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