As we tell stories about Muslims today, what kinds of worlds do these Muslims inhabit? When we speak or write about contemporary Islam, which geographies serve as the backdrop?
35.1 | Muslim Atlantic
The minds of Western Muslims, American and British, are being closed.
I saw them for the first time the year I turned thirty. Three months apart. There they were, both of them, looking back at me in black and white photos that I held in my hand.
In conceptualising the Muslim Atlantic, it is perhaps best to begin by considering the origins of the Atlantic world itself.
It is difficult to imagine the now alternate universe where our lives proceeded uninterrupted by Covid-19.
A poem by Naomi Foyle.
Shawkat found it impossible to balance all four drinks; instead, he manacled two pints of cold beer before depositing them with a manly nod in front of Dominic and Charlie.