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Ken Chitwood

Department of Religion

Islam in Latin America & the Caribbean, LatinxMuslims, Islam & Christian-Muslim Relations, religion & the news.

kchitwood@ufl.edu

Aya Cockram

Department of Religion

Islam in West Africa/Senegal, Islam & Nature, Environmental Activism, Religious Connections & Remedies to the Environmental Crisis

ayac2889@ufl.edu

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Tahir Enes Gedik

Department of Sociology and Criminology & Law

Political Sociology, Comparative & Historical Sociology, Sociological Theory

tegedik@ufl.edu

Najiyah

Department of Religion
Eco-Hermeneutics, Religion & Ecology, Sufism & Permaculture/Farming, Sufi Women, Gender & Spirituality, Religion & Science, Music & Healing
najiyah.najiyah@ufl.edu
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Jep Stockmans

Department of Religion

Islam in Ethiopia, Socio-Political dimensions of Islam, Religion & Government

stockmansjep@ufl.edu

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Tolga Tezcan

Department of Sociology

Migration, ethnicity, disability, & fuzzy cognitive mapping.

ttezcan@ufl.edu

Ibrahim Yahaya Ibrahim

Department of Political Science

Comparative Politics, Islam and Politics, Political Stability, and International Development

abrayaim@ufl.edu

Megan McDaniel

Department of Religion

Islam in the Arab World, Middle Eastern Studies, Iraq and the Greater Levent, Religion and Societal Change, Islam and Politics

memcdaniel@ufl.edu

Yekatit Tsehayu

Department of religion

Islam in Ethiopia, Muslim women’s role and position in the political and religious dynamics, Religious socialization, Modes of religious knowledge transfer, Muslim women & Islamic Medicine

yg.tsehayu@ufl.edu

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