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the Trial of Warren Worthington III! Featuring Sara Century, Steve Duda, Hussein Rashid, Bradley Clayton, and Noelle Reed!

Graymalkin Lane the podcast

It's the Trial of Warren Worthington III! The blonde winged son of billionaires, Angel is one of the bravest X-Men and a long-term beloved fan-favorite. In the 1980s, Warren was transformed into the blue-skinned, razor-winged Archangel, and he has been wrestling with his darkness ever since! Chad is joined by Hussein Rashid, Sara Century, Noelle Reed, Steve Duda, and Bradley Clayton, and we have an absolute blast talking about Angel's history, psychology, powers, love interests, and motivations before putting him on trial for five pretty heinous sections of his history. Give this episode a listen--you'll never see this character the same again! (Cover art by Seth Martel!)Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy

2hr 16mins

10 Jul 2022

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Avengers 48: the Black Knight Lives Again! ...featuring Hussein Rashid! With Sara Century and Andre Mason!

Graymalkin Lane the podcast

Magneto has captured Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch, planning to force them to rejoin the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants! And a battle with the Avengers is right around the corner, while the super hero team is at their absolute weakest. Hercules and Janet Van Dyne are looking fine, and Dane Whitman is the new Black Knight!This week features returning guest Hussein Rashid (who was with us for the Trial of Max Eisenhardt! Hussein is the co-editor of Ms. Marvel: No Limits, a scholar in Muslim studies, and a contributor to Marvel Voices! Chad is also joined by the wonderful Sara Century and Andre Mason!Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy

1hr 32mins

3 May 2022

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the Trial of Magneto Part 2 featuring Anthony Oliveira, Tristan Palmgren, Hussein Rashid, Justin Wilder, and Noelle Reed!

Graymalkin Lane the podcast

After the epic first trial of Magneto, where we covered all of Magneto's pre-history, this week we use the standard trial format and prosecute Magneto for all of his pre-Claremont appearances, in the 1960s and early 1970s! Back then, Magneto was out to protect mutants, but he did so by taking over countries, abusing subservients, creating races of mutants to serve him, and ranting and raving. Despite all of that, given his backstory, he remains incredibly sympathetic and compelling.Hear our esteemed jury have a wonderful and thought-provoking discussion on Magneto. Including Noelle Reed (of X-Men Unraveled), Justin Wilder (of the X-Wife Podcast), Tristan Palmgren (of Aconyte Books), Hussein Rashid (of Ms. Marvel's America), and Anthony Oliveira (of Marvel Voices: Pride!) This episode is WONderful.Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy

2hr 1min

31 Mar 2022

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the Trial of Max Eisenhardt part 1, featuring Carrie Harris, Hussein Rashid, Tristan Palmgren, Noelle Reed, and Justin Wilder!

Graymalkin Lane the podcast

This episode is very special. Chad is joined by an all-star cast of Hussein Rashid, Carrie Harris, Tristan Palmgren, Noelle Reed, and Justin Wilder for an in-depth look at the pre-history of Magneto, covering all of the retroactive continuity that has become this character's very complicated origin story. I am so very proud of this episode and put a ton of effort and research into making sure we got it just right.Content Warning: this episode contains discussions about very heavy topics, including anti-Semitism, genocide, concentration camps, mass murder, trauma, and major political issues. Please make sure you take care of yourself when listening.To be continued in part 2 (featuring Anthony Oliveira and several returning guests). Music and editing by Michael Bell.Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy

2hr 2mins

24 Mar 2022

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Dr. Hussein Rashid: Start with the Art and Then the Content

Word of Pod

In this episode of Word of Pod, Dr. Hussein Rashid (@islamoyankee) shares his perspective on the role of the arts in religious dialogue and literacy. We talk movies, comics, and how to create engaging content that stays true to the art.This episode is made possible by Vennly: the easiest ways for faith and spiritual leaders to create and share their audio wisdom. To learn more, please email us at podcast@vennly.co

22mins

2 Mar 2021

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Jessica Baldanzi and Hussein Rashid, "Ms. Marvel's America: No Normal" (UP of Mississippi, 2020)

New Books in American Studies

In their co-edited volume, Ms. Marvel’s America: No Normal (University Press of Mississippi, 2020), Jessica Baldanzi and Hussein Rashid focus on the superhero Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan. The first Muslim superhero to headline her own series, the teenager Kamala Khan is also a second-generation Pakistani immigrant who lives in New Jersey. Her complex identities and storyline in the comic world of Marvel welcomes a multifaceted exploration, one that exists at the nexus of religion, gender, culture, race, and much more. By bringing together scholars from a range of disciplines including literature, cultural studies, religious studies, pedagogy, and communications, the edited volume engages in a fascinating conversation around the character of Ms. Marvel. The book contains accessibly written essays from and about diverse voices on an array of topics, such as fashion, immigration, history, race, and fandom. The volume also includes an exclusive interview with Ms. Marvel author and cocreator G. Willow Wilson by gender studies scholar Dr. Shabana Mir. This text is a fantastic classroom resource that can work in numerous courses on Islam, such as those that focus gender or American Islam to broad courses on religion, such as religion and popular culture. The text is also useful text for educators, such as those in primary and secondary school, who may want to incorporate Ms. Marvel in their own curriculum.Shobhana Xavier is an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Queen’s University. More details about her research and scholarship may be found here and here. She may be reached at shobhana.xavier@queensu.ca. You can follow her on Twitter via @shobhanaxavier. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

53mins

5 Feb 2021

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Jessica Baldanzi and Hussein Rashid, "Ms. Marvel's America: No Normal" (UP of Mississippi, 2020)

New Books in Gender

In their co-edited volume, Ms. Marvel’s America: No Normal (University Press of Mississippi, 2020), Jessica Baldanzi and Hussein Rashid focus on the superhero Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan. The first Muslim superhero to headline her own series, the teenager Kamala Khan is also a second-generation Pakistani immigrant who lives in New Jersey. Her complex identities and storyline in the comic world of Marvel welcomes a multifaceted exploration, one that exists at the nexus of religion, gender, culture, race, and much more. By bringing together scholars from a range of disciplines including literature, cultural studies, religious studies, pedagogy, and communications, the edited volume engages in a fascinating conversation around the character of Ms. Marvel. The book contains accessibly written essays from and about diverse voices on an array of topics, such as fashion, immigration, history, race, and fandom. The volume also includes an exclusive interview with Ms. Marvel author and cocreator G. Willow Wilson by gender studies scholar Dr. Shabana Mir. This text is a fantastic classroom resource that can work in numerous courses on Islam, such as those that focus gender or American Islam to broad courses on religion, such as religion and popular culture. The text is also useful text for educators, such as those in primary and secondary school, who may want to incorporate Ms. Marvel in their own curriculum.Shobhana Xavier is an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Queen’s University. More details about her research and scholarship may be found here and here. She may be reached at shobhana.xavier@queensu.ca. You can follow her on Twitter via @shobhanaxavier. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

53mins

5 Feb 2021

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Jessica Baldanzi and Hussein Rashid, "Ms. Marvel's America: No Normal" (UP of Mississippi, 2020)

New Books in Islamic Studies

In their co-edited volume, Ms. Marvel’s America: No Normal (University Press of Mississippi, 2020), Jessica Baldanzi and Hussein Rashid focus on the superhero Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan. The first Muslim superhero to headline her own series, the teenager Kamala Khan is also a second-generation Pakistani immigrant who lives in New Jersey. Her complex identities and storyline in the comic world of Marvel welcomes a multifaceted exploration, one that exists at the nexus of religion, gender, culture, race, and much more. By bringing together scholars from a range of disciplines including literature, cultural studies, religious studies, pedagogy, and communications, the edited volume engages in a fascinating conversation around the character of Ms. Marvel. The book contains accessibly written essays from and about diverse voices on an array of topics, such as fashion, immigration, history, race, and fandom. The volume also includes an exclusive interview with Ms. Marvel author and cocreator G. Willow Wilson by gender studies scholar Dr. Shabana Mir. This text is a fantastic classroom resource that can work in numerous courses on Islam, such as those that focus gender or American Islam to broad courses on religion, such as religion and popular culture. The text is also useful text for educators, such as those in primary and secondary school, who may want to incorporate Ms. Marvel in their own curriculum.Shobhana Xavier is an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Queen’s University. More details about her research and scholarship may be found here and here. She may be reached at shobhana.xavier@queensu.ca. You can follow her on Twitter via @shobhanaxavier. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/islamic-studies

53mins

5 Feb 2021

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Jessica Baldanzi and Hussein Rashid, "Ms. Marvel's America: No Normal" (UP of Mississippi, 2020)

New Books in Literary Studies

In their co-edited volume, Ms. Marvel’s America: No Normal (University Press of Mississippi, 2020), Jessica Baldanzi and Hussein Rashid focus on the superhero Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan. The first Muslim superhero to headline her own series, the teenager Kamala Khan is also a second-generation Pakistani immigrant who lives in New Jersey. Her complex identities and storyline in the comic world of Marvel welcomes a multifaceted exploration, one that exists at the nexus of religion, gender, culture, race, and much more. By bringing together scholars from a range of disciplines including literature, cultural studies, religious studies, pedagogy, and communications, the edited volume engages in a fascinating conversation around the character of Ms. Marvel. The book contains accessibly written essays from and about diverse voices on an array of topics, such as fashion, immigration, history, race, and fandom. The volume also includes an exclusive interview with Ms. Marvel author and cocreator G. Willow Wilson by gender studies scholar Dr. Shabana Mir. This text is a fantastic classroom resource that can work in numerous courses on Islam, such as those that focus gender or American Islam to broad courses on religion, such as religion and popular culture. The text is also useful text for educators, such as those in primary and secondary school, who may want to incorporate Ms. Marvel in their own curriculum.Shobhana Xavier is an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Queen’s University. More details about her research and scholarship may be found here and here. She may be reached at shobhana.xavier@queensu.ca. You can follow her on Twitter via @shobhanaxavier. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

53mins

5 Feb 2021

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Hussein Rashid on Secularism and Cultural/Religious Literacy

Candid Insights with Sahil Badruddin

Sahil interviews Hussein Rashid -- current professor at Columbia University’s Department of Religion and founder of islamicate (a consultancy focusing on religious literacy and cultural competency) -- to discuss his work, perceptions of Muslims, Cosmopolitan Ethics, rise of the Non-Affiliated, widespread antipathy towards faith, rampant materialism, and religious & cultural literacy. This is a Partial Interview & Full Interview Published for The.Ismaili: sahilbadruddin.com/hussein-rashid-interview--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/candidinsights/support

35mins

7 Jan 2021

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