An American Hijabi in Europe

  I first visited The Netherlands in 2008, when I was part of a delegation of American Muslims who were invited to learn about the integration of Muslim immigrants there. My most vivid memories of that trip are of conversations I had with young Muslims about their relationship with Dutch national identity. When a young [Read More…]

So, like, you’re from Australia, right?

So, I suppose this is as good a topic as any to start out my blog. You’ll find out soon enough that I’m an International Relations geek and am especially focused on transnational Muslim communities in the West. But that’s for other Hindtrospections… I attended a luncheon this afternoon hosted by Chicago’s Niagara Foundation that [Read More…]