Celene Ibrahim

Celene Ibrahim lectures and publishes widely on topics including the histories and theologies of interreligious relations, Islamic religious leadership and higher education, Islam and Muslims in North America, Islamic family law, Muslim feminist theology, and Qur’anic studies. Ms. Ibrahim also serves as an Associate at the Center for the Study of Jewish Christian Muslim Relations at Merrimack College and is completing a doctorate at Brandeis University in Arabic and Islamic Civilizations. She has been recognized as a Harvard Presidential Scholar and a Fellow in Religion, Diplomacy and International Relations at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School, among other distinctions. She is deeply committed to Islamic scholarship and fostering interreligious learning environments.