This issue of Critical Muslim considers the idea of a ‘Muslim Atlantic’ by looking at transatlantic connections between Muslims. Inspired by Paul Gilroy’s work on the ‘Black Atlantic’, the issue includes essays, photography, drama, and more on issues of race, gender, security, and popular culture.
Critical Muslim is a literary magazine edited by Ziauddin Sardar. The ‘Muslim Atlantic’ project co-investigators Daniel Nilsson DeHanas and Peter Mandaville served as guest curators for a portion of this issue.
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What Is the Muslim Atlantic? Daniel Nilsson DeHanas & Peter Mandaville
Realising a Muslim Atlantic Aisha Khan
Return to Almadies Amandla Thomas-Johnson
Closed Minds Ahmed Younis
The Muslim International Sohail Daulatzai
Traveller Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed
White Muslim, Black Muslim Juliette Galonnier
Dangerous Ideas Abdul-Rehman Malik
Black Radicalism Rasul Miller
Security Shirin Khan
Back to Bristol Tanya Muneera Williams
Echoes across the Pond C Scott Jordan
Black Female Muslim Emcees Aina Khan
American Griot [play excerpt] Reginald Edmund & Ronnie Malley
Malcolm X Still Speaks: Nine Quotes Kayla Renée Wheeler
More content including fiction, poetry, and book reviews in the full issue:
Full Issue Part 1 | Full Issue Part 2 | Full Issue Part 3