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Located at Duke University's Franklin Center in Durham, North Carolina, The Center for the Study of Muslim Networks (CSMN) aims to create an interlocking program of visiting fellows and workshops, international conferences, websites and other forms of public awareness and outreach. Plans for publication include a series of working papers available digitally and in book form. CSMN also intends to continue to expand the courses we have offered so far. CSMN will foster collaboration among faculty concerned with Islamic studies from Duke, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University, Emory University, and several universities from the Muslim world.

New & Noteworthy

Muslim Ethics and Culture: Translation and the Public Sphere



Lecture:"The Recognition of Muslim Marriages in South Africa in Comparative Religious Perspective"

Professor Abdulkader Tayob, Radboud University--Nijmegen, Netherlands

Wednesday March 9th, 2005, 3:00pm

John Hope Franklin Center, Room 240 Duke University


Progressive Muslim Lives in Two Worlds

News & Observer Article Featuring
Prof. Ebrahim Moosa

>> See Article in PDF <<

Through Palestinian Eyes: an Exploration into Palestinian Representations of Self
a Duke University/UNC Spring 2005 film series

Calligraphy and Illumination Exhibition and Workshops

by Turkish Artists M. Efdaluddin Kilic and Gulnihal Kupeli.


CSMN Staff


Ebrahim Moosa

Research and Adminstrative Associates:
Youshaa Patel:

Brett Wilson:

Contact Info
111 Franklin Center
2204 Erwin Road
Box 90402
Durham, NC 27708-0402

phone: 919.668.2143
fax: 919.684.8749

Annual Meeting 2004
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Last update: Feb. 19, 2004
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