Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies Program on Energy and Sustainable Development Stanford University


Photo Credit: Muslim women flashing their their voter ID cards before casting votes for the 14th Lok Sabha election in Kolkata. From thehindu.com, New Delhi, January 2010, Sushanta Patronobish


Understanding Muslim Minorities in Asia - The Inter-relationship of Socio-economic Status, Identity, and Politics

(Completed) The objective of this seminar series is to explain the forces and factors behind the persistent decline in the social, political, and economic status of many Muslim minorities in Asia—including in China, India, the Philippines, and Thailand. Along with the socio-economic decline is a narrowing of identity ...

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June 25th, 2014

Shorenstein APARC fosters dialogue on Muslim experience in Asia through new book

Shorenstein APARC News

Rafiq Dossani, a former senior research scholar at Shorenstein APARC, examines the paradox of Muslim minority decline in Asia within a new book, "Modes of Engagement: Muslim Minorities in Asia." He says a way forward is for governments to focus on the poorest and connect education to development, thereby incorporating this peripheral group. Read more »



March 20th, 2012

Seminar series to examine the experience of Asia's Muslim minorities

Shorenstein APARC Announcement

A new Shorenstein APARC event series will explore the complex ties between identity and the social, political, and economic status of Asia's Muslim minorities, with a focus on China, India, the Philippines, and Thailand.





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