Daniel is a Fellow at ISPU, an activist, speaker, and Ph.D. student in philosophy and communication. His research for ISPU looks at Muslims in America, Islamophobia, and inter-religious dialogue. His work and writing has appeared in Think Progress, Common Ground News Service, the Washington Post, and he is a regular blogger for the Huffington Post. He has a Masters of Arts from American University in Ethics, Peace, and Global Affairs, an interdisciplinary program combining philosophy and religion with peace studies and human rights. Currently, Daniel is a doctoral student in philosophy and communication at the European Graduate School, a Switzerland-based university. As an activist, his work seeks to promote dialogue and understanding of the American Muslim community. Daniel serves as the Outreach Director of Unity Productions Foundation, a media and educational foundation, where he leads communication and outreach initiatives that aim to educate and promote greater understanding between Muslims and people of other faiths and backgrounds.
M.A. American University
American Muslims , Islamophobia , Interfaith Dialogue , American mosques , Arab Americans , Media , Muslims in the West
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