The Forging of Arab and Muslim Identity in Pluralist America
by Yvonne Yazbeck Haddad
Who is Arab? What is Islam? Who Decides?
"Yvonne Haddad has been one of the most important scholars of Islam and Muslims in North America. This new book is a welcome addition to her critical work on Arabs and Muslims in the public and political landscapes of the United States ... as readable as it is important."
—Amir Hussain, Editor of the Journal of The American Academy of Religion
By Baylor Press
Read an introduction to the new book Becoming American?.
By Yvonne Yazdeck Haddad
Read an excerpt from a new book exploring American Muslim identity by renowned historian Yvonne Haddad.
By Patheos Editors
A leading scholar of Islam responds to questions about Arab and Muslim identity in the United States.
By Greg Garrett
A new book shows that American Muslims embrace America and want to be embraced in return as American citizens.
By Jana Riess
My Muslim friend’s family beautifully illustrates the tensions that Haddad touches on in her book: “What does it mean to them to be an American?"
By Padma Kuppa
My life's journey is to find balance between my hyphenated national, religious and ethnic identities as an Indo-Hindu-American.