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June 14th at 7pm Central European Time

  • Online Session

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At the age of 11, Uthman enrolled in an Islamic boarding school and graduated as an Islamic scholar. With over 20 years of experience as an Imam, he has dedicated his life to exploring and understanding religious dynamics. He holds a Master of Arts in Muslim-Christian Relations from Hartford International University and is currently a PhD student in anthropology, focusing on Coptic Christianity. Uthman's research is a deep dive into the intricate relationship between religion and cultural identity, with a special focus on the Coptic Christian community in North America. His work is not just informed by a rich background in interfaith dialogue, but also by his personal journey that encompasses both Islamic and Christian traditions. His research interests span themes of indigeneity, migration, and the impact of conservative beliefs on religious minorities, making his work highly relevant and insightful. In addition to his academic pursuits, Uthman has been actively involved in community service, providing support and guidance to individuals navigating religious trauma and identity crises. His unique journey through different facets of faith and academia provides him with a profound perspective on religious questioning and interfaith dialogue.

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