A collection of thematically relevant resources created by organizations unaffiliated with the Muslim Atlantic Project.

Black Muslim Atlantic Symposium

The Duke Islamic Studies Center is hosting a conference on ‘The Black Muslim Atlantic’ whose purpose is to honor the Black Muslim community in North Carolina and beyond, its culture, literature, history, and legacy from slavery until the present.

The Drinking Gourd: A Black Muslim Literary Magazine

Taking its name from a Black American folk song on finding the North Star, this magazine provides a space where ‘Black Muslims can articulate their experiences, passions, and selves outside of appeals to authority or dogma‘.

The Canary Islands Connection

How is the agricultural and culinary heritage of Muslim North Africa, Iberia, and the Levant reflected in what gets grown and eaten in North America?

Critical Muslim

A quarterly publication of ideas and issues showcasing ground-breaking thinking on Islam and what it means to be a Muslim in a rapidly changing, interconnected world.

The geo-politics of Malcolm X

Malcolm X is a powerful optic through which to understand America's post-war ascendance and expansion into the Middle East.

Muslims of early America

Muslims came to America more than a century before Protestants, and in great numbers. How was their history forgotten?

A Moorish Pirate in Old New York

…excerpted from Peter Lamborn Wilson’s Pirate Utopias: Moorish Corsairs & European Renegades (Brooklyn, NY: Autonomedia, 2003).


The Black Muslim Atlantic, African American Muslims and The Single Story — a Patheos article on the Muslim Anti Racism Collaborative (MuslimARC)

The Greenbelt Festival

Lineup for the annual Greenbelt Festival in Boughton House, United Kingdom, an originally Christian festival, now features performers from an array of faith backgrounds.

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