1. Ending Chaos in Afghanistan and Pakistan: A New Direction in U.S. Foreign Policy


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    (March 9, 2009) Journalist and author Ahmed Rashid addresses the challenges that the Obama administration faces and the choices that must be made to save Afghanistan and Pakistan from engulfing the…

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    • Charting Change, Challenging Power: Women Leaders in Muslim Contexts


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      (May 7, 2009) Baroness Kishwer Falkner of the House of Lords, Great Britain and Dr. Shahida Jaffrey from Pakistan address the contemporary challenges and issues faced by Muslim women in the fields…

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      • Building Cultural Pluralism in Central Asia: The Aga Khan Music Initiative


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        Lecture by Aga Khan, original date February 20, 2009.

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        • Soroush: "Rumi, The Prophet of Love"


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          Lecture by A. Soroush titled "Rumi, The Prophet of Love". Original date of lecture May 2011.

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          • Faith and Democracy


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            A Panel Discussion with Mohammad Fadel (University of Toronto),Robert Gregg (Stanford University), Rebecca Lyman (University of California, Berkeley), Richard Madsen (University of California, San…

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            • American Quran


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              The discussion session with artist Sandow Birk will focus on his ongoing American Quran project, which aims to hand-transcribe the entire Qur’an according to historic Islamic traditions and to illuminate…

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              • The 2011 Popular Uprising in Egypt


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                Three Stanford scholars, Joel Beinin (Department of History), Lisa Blaydes (Department of Political Science), Robert Crews (Department of History), discuss the historical, political and economic background…

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