Podcast interview with A.R. Malik explores Ramadan, Islamophobia, and Islamic roots of coffee

In the latest episode of the Divinity School “Quadcast,” YDS Research Scholar and Lecturer Abdul-Rehman Malik discusses Ramadan, Islamophobia, and the Islamic roots of coffee.

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Abdul-Rehman Malik is an award-winning journalist, educator, and cultural organizer. In June 2019 he was appointed Lecturer and Associate Research Scholar at YDS. He also serves as the Program Coordinator at Yale University’s Council on Middle East Studies, and is responsible for developing curricula and partnerships with public schools to promote better cultural, language, and religious literacy about the Middle East to educators and students. Abdul-Rehman also serves as Director of the Muslim Leadership Lab, an innovative student leadership program being incubated at the Dwight Hall Center of Social Justice at Yale. He remains programs manager for the Radical Middle Way, which offers powerful, faith-inspired guidance and tools to enable change, combat exclusion and violence and promote social justice for all. His work has spanned the UK, United States, Indonesia, Pakistan, Sudan, Mali, Morocco, Singapore, Canada, and Malaysia. 

The YDS podcast series is hosted by Emily Judd ‘19 M.A.R., who is Senior Communications Specialist at the Higher Committee of Human Fraternity, an international humanitarian organization supported by Pope Francis, the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, and the leadership of the United Arab Emirates. She previously worked as a journalist in the Middle East.
April 4, 2022