Prof. Etty Terem Presents Research at Harvard Divinity School Conference

Dr. Etty Terem, associate professor of history, was invited by Harvard Divinity School to speak at its conference on scholarship in Muslim Africa. The conference brought together 24 specialists Feb. 16-18 drawn from multiple disciplines in the social sciences and the humanities. Terem presented a talk titled “Redefining Islamic Orthodoxy: Fatwas and Anxieties of Moroccan Modernity.”

In addition, her article “Consuming Anxieties: Mobility of Commodities Across Religious Boundaries in Nineteenth-Century Morocco” has been published in a special issue of Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 60:1 (2017).