Mar 31, 2017 | The Daily Tar Heel
Q&A With NC State Professor Anna Bigelow on Controversial Homeland Security Grant
Anna Bigelow, an NC State University professor of religious studies with a specialization in Islam, discusses a grant to UNC from the Department of Homeland Security’s Countering Violent Extremism program. The grant will “fund a project to create a series of sophisticated videos and other materials to counteract jihadist propaganda that targets young people,” according to a February press release from UNC.
Jun 15, 2015
Spirits Rejoice: Jazz, Religion and American Culture
How has religion shaped jazz and the way people think about it? Professor of religious studies and jazz musician Jason Bivins explores jazz, religion and American culture in "Spirits Rejoice!" And tune into the listening guide he created to serve as a chapter-by-chapter playlist.
Feb 16, 2012
Faith, Politics, and Jazz: WUNC Interviews Jason Bivins
Associate Professor of Religious Studies Jason Bivins discusses faith, politics, jazz, and his other interests in an interview on on WUNC's The State of Things.
Jan 19, 2012
Poetic Portraits of a Revolution
In summer 2011, Kane Smego, Will McInerney, Mohammad Moussa and Sameer Abdel-Khalek traveled through the streets and communities of Egypt and Tunisia, capturing images and emotions of the revolution through poetic reflections, interviews, still photography and video. On Tuesday, January 31, at 7pm in Stewart Theatre, PPR2011 will present a free theatrical multimedia performance to give a glimpse into the stories and emotions behind the Arab Spring uprisings. Asoc. Prof. of Religious Studies Anna Bigelow will moderate the discussion that follows.
Oct 1, 2011
CHASS Student of the Month – October 2011
David Whitcher, October 2011 CHASS Student of the Month
Jun 25, 2010
Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty: Anna Bigelow
Anna Bigelow is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies. Her book, Sharing the Sacred: Practicing Pluralism in Muslim North India is a study of a Muslim majority community in Indian Punjab and the shared sacred and civic spaces in that community.