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      CURA Colloquium: Dis/order, stigma, and recovery in a “Black” Muslim congregation in Boston


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      April 24, 2020

      Friday  12:00 PM

      One Silber Way
      Boston, Massachusetts 02215

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      CURA Colloquium: Dis/order, stigma, and recovery in a “Black” Muslim congregation

      CURA Colloquium: Dis/order, stigma, and recovery in a “Black” Muslim congregation

      Based on ethnographic observation and interviews in a multicultural majority-African-descended Muslim congregation in Boston, I explore how people living with addiction or under psychiatric diagnoses negotiate compromised “identities” within community. *Reading the working paper in advance is required for attendance.* Email cura@bu.edu for your copy. Co-sponsored with the School of Theology

      When12:00 pm to 1:30 pm on Friday, April 24, 2020Building152 Bay State Rd.Contact NameArlene BrennanPhone3535241Contact Emailarleneb@bu.eduContact OrganizationCURAFeesFreeSpeakersLance D. Laird, Th.D., Assistant Professor, Boston University School of Medicine and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

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