The spring edition of Avicenna 7.3 is now available! Copies can be picked up in the third floor library of Old Union.
Have a great summer!
Avicenna invites you to join us for our 6th anniversary reception!
We will have readings by authors from our Fall and Winter editions, as well as a Q&A discussion with Prof. Abbas Milani on the “Muslim Ban” and the Trump administration.
Date: Monday, April 24th
Time: 5:30 pm
Location: Humanities House Lounge (Ng House) (Click for map)
Dinner will be provided.
The Sohaib & Sara Abbasi Program In Islamic Studies
Please RSVP for the event here.
Professor Abbas Milani is an Iranian-American historian and author, who currently serves as Professor in the Stanford Global Studies division, director of the Iranian Studies program, and research fellow at the Hoover Institution. Milani was born in Iran and taught at the University of Tehran until 1986. His expertise include Iranian politics, international security, and U.S.-Iran relations. He was a political prisoner under the Shah in the 1970s, exiled during the Iranian revolution in the 1980s, and now serves as research fellow and co-director of the Hoover Institution’s Iranian Democracy Project. He recently co-authored an article for The Atlantic with Professor Michael McFaul on President Trump’s “Muslim ban.”
For questions about the event, contact email@example.com.
Avicenna: The Stanford Journal on Muslim Affairs is a student-run journal founded in 2011 at Stanford University. As a non-sectarian, independent publication, Avicenna exists to portray Muslims not as silent objects but as knowing subjects, from the inside rather than the outside. Published in print and online, it aims to maintain a brave and academic agora where members of diverse communities, from different cultures, beliefs and ethnicities, can critically examine issues related to the Muslim world.