Muslim Voices

Voices + Visions

Voices and Visions: Islam and Muslims from a Global Perspective is a project of Indiana University comprised of various initiatives and activities that are all dedicated to promoting understanding and dialogue between Muslims and non-Muslims. The project aims to:

  • Increase intercultural understanding by providing access to the voices and visions of Islam and Muslims locally and around the world.
  • Inform and promote dialogue as it tackles the complexities of Islam and the often complicated relations between Muslims and non-Muslims.
  • Replace misinformation, mistrust, and oversimplifications with awareness, consideration, dialogue, and a diversity of voices.
  • Promote accessible scholarship, forthright communication, balanced viewpoints, and the value of the many voices and visions of Islam.

Advisory Board

  • John Bailey, Public Radio Operations Director, WFIU
  • Edward E. Curtis IV, Millennium Chair of the Liberal Arts, IUPUI
  • Nur Amali Ibrahim, Assistant Professor, Department of Religious Studies and International Studies, IU
  • Arsalan Iftikhar, Senior Research Fellow, Alwaleed Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, Georgetown University
  • Feisal al-Istrabadi, Director, Center for the Study of the Middle East, IU
  • Hilary Kahn, Director, Center for the Study of Global Change; Assistant Dean, School of Global and International Studies, IU
  • Jennifer Midberry, Assistant Professor, Media School, IU
  • Rosemary Pennington, Assistant Professor of Journalism, Miami University

On Islam: Muslims and the Media

Editors Rosemary Pennington and Hilary Kahn bring to you a compilation of articles written by journalists, activists, bloggers, and scholars who offer insights into how Muslims are represented in the media today and offer tips for those covering Islam in the future.