Mohamed Alsiadi

 

Mohamed Alsiadi
Project Chair of US-MidEast Program

Mohamed Alsiadi
Mohamed Alsiadi is Project Chair of the US-MidEast Program for the Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights; Coordinator of the Arabic Program in the Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures and doctoral candidate in the Program in American Studies at Rutgers Newark. His research interests include, Arabic language, literature, culture,Arab-American issues, issues related to Arab-American identity post-9/11; the impact of East-West relations on contemporary Arabic music and literature; Aleppian Waslah performance in the Diaspora; Arabic music composition, theory, and practice; and use of Islam to democratize groups and nations.