I love sharing my research and experience with engaged learning communities across North America. I regularly share knowledge through in-person and online talks for community organizations, local theaters and galleries, universities and public schools, local businesses, and religious communities. Using both lecture and hands-on experiential learning models, I engage communities on a wide variety of topics related to my research expertise. I would love to be involved with your organization to speak about Islamic Feminism, Sufism, Religious Abuse and Healing, Trauma-Informed Pedagogy, or Public Humanities. I also offer workshops on project management for humanistic researchers both within and outside the academy and best practices and methods for academic research.
Left: Islam 101 at Druid Hills Presbyterian. (2017)
Right: Love Feast: A Celebration of what is most sacred to students in “What Does it Mean to be Human?” (2018)