With the support of Humanities Nebraska, the UNO Islamic Studies Program and Sustained Dialogue present a lecture and follow-up discussion with Dr. Jerusha Rhodes of Union Theological Seminary. This lecture is part of “Dialogue with Muslim Communities in Omaha” project and is the eighth event in the series.
Rhodes’s talk is titled, “Quran and Religious Pluralism.”
Rhodes (@jerushatanner) is an Assistant Professor of Islam and Interreligious Engagement and Director of the Islam, Social Justice and Interreligious Engagement Program (ISJIE) at Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York. Her work and writing focus on Islamic feminism, interreligious engagement, religious pluralism, and social justice. She has a Ph.D. and M.A. in Theological and Religious Studies with a focus on Religious Pluralism from Georgetown University; an M.A. in Islamic Sciences at the Graduate School of Islamic and Social Sciences; and a B.A. in Anthropology and Religion from American University. She is
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