2020 Research Associate
Khadija is a second-year Master of Theological Studies student at Harvard Divinity School focusing on Islamic Studies. Specifically, she is interested in Islamic philosophy and theology and the development of American Islam. She graduated from Belmont University in 2018 with a B.A. in Philosophy and German, after which she spent a year in Germany as an English Teaching Assistant through the Fulbright Program. Having grown up in the South and attended a Christian university, Khadija spent her undergraduate years organizing an annual World Religions Symposium in which she invited representatives of Nashville’s Muslim, Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist, and Baha’i communities to educate her fellow classmates on their respective faiths. As a student with a passion for interfaith work, she is excited to contribute to the Pluralism Project’s research.