Hussein Rashid, PhD, is
an adjunct faculty member in Barnard College’s Department of Religion.
He teaches courses on Islam, and religion and popular culture.
The founder of islamicate, a
consultancy focusing on religious literacy and cultural competency, Dr.
Rashid’s research interests focus on representations of Muslims in
American popular culture. He has published academic articles on music,
comics, film and television, intra-Muslim racism, and digital humanities
in the Study of Religion.
Hussein appears regularly on mainstream
media, including the New York Times, Washington Post, and CNN. He
served as the lead content advisor for the Children’s Museum of
Manhattan’s exhibit, America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far.