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Articles

Articles and published content from Andrea Useem in 2008:

Is It Morally Wrong to Eat Animals?, Health.com, Oct. 2, 2008

Study Finds 16% of Americans Have Had a “Miraculous Physical Healing”, Health.com, Sept. 25, 2008

Why Religious Fasting Could Be Good for Your Brain, Health.com, Sept. 17, 2008

An Aisha for All Seasons: The surprisingly dull controversy over the ‘Jewel of Medina,’” Slate Magazine, Sept. 11, 2008.

Salvia Divinorum: Could Hallucinogenic Drugs Have Healing Properties?, Health.com, Sept. 10, 2008

How Does Religion Influence the Choice to Continue a Down Syndrome Pregnancy?, Health.com, Sept. 4, 2008

Hot Today, Not Tomorrow: Retailers Face the Terrible Teens,” [email protected], Sept. 3, 2008

Ramadan and the Working Mom: Finding Room for Fasting, Health.com, Aug. 28, 3008

What I Learned From Watching Michael Phelps, Health.com, Aug. 21, 2008

Vacation: Good for Your Health, Good for Your Soul? Health.com, Aug. 13, 2008

Taking Off My Hijab,” Beliefnet.com, Aug. 10, 2008

Olympic Doping Debate: Is Genetic Enhancement Fair? Health.com, Aug. 6, 2008

On the Verge of Change: Giving Muslim Women the Confidence to Lead,” [email protected], Aug. 6, 2008

Is Runner’s High a Religious Experience?, Health.com, July 30, 2008

A Surgeon’s Confession: “The Supernatural Is All Around Us”, Health.com, July 24, 3008

The Emergent Islam I Want,” washingtonpost.com’s “On Faith” forum, July 23, 2008

Persevering through the Storm: Radian Group’s S.A. Ibrahim on Leadership in the Subprime Crisis,” [email protected], July 23, 2008

Is Plastic Surgery Immoral? What World Religions Have to Say, Health.com, July 16, 2008

Improve Your Health: Forgive Someone, Health.com, July 10, 2008

Flying While Muslim: Does Discrimination Lead to Poor Health? Health.com, July 2, 2008

Is Your Church Making You Fat? Health.com, June 25, 2008

Edited Transcript: “U.S. Religious Landscape Survey Report II,” the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, June 23, 2008

How the Hospital Chaplain Helped Me Through a Health Crisis, Health.com, June 18, 2008

Women Only?Harvard Divinity Bulletin, Spring, 2008

Clearing the Air: How Companies Operate in a Climate-conscious Era,” [email protected], June 11, 2008

Ten Minutes with…John Witte,” Religion News Service, May, 2008

Loving and Leaving the Headscarf,” Slate Magazine, May 12, 2008

Edited Transcript: “How Our Brains Are Wired for Belief,” the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, May 5, 2008

The Fitna Debacle: Extremists Gone Wild,” Religion Dispatches, May 1, 2008

Navigating Olympic Sponsorship: Marketing Your Brand Without Alienating the World,[email protected], April 16, 2008

Leaders Urge Obama to Make Religion Speech,” Religion News Service, April 2, 2008

Getting Engaged: Advertisers Search for Their Voices on YouTube,” [email protected], April 2, 2008

Ten Minutes with Dalia Mogahed, Author of ‘Who Speaks for Islam?‘” Religion News Service, March 20, 2008

Edited Transcript: “Between Relativism and Fundamentalism: Is There a Middle Ground?” Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life,” March 4, 2008

Hindus Thrive as Buddhists as Buddhists Struggle to Pass on the Faith,” Religion News Service, Feb. 25, 2008

Edited Transcript: “First Report on the U.S. Religious Landscape Survey,” Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, Feb. 25, 2008

Baseball, Steroids and Business Ethics: How Breaches of Trust Can Change the Game,” [email protected], Feb. 20, 2008

How We Media Can Save Us from Britney Spears,” iFOCOS/iSIGHTINGS, Feb. 15, 2008

Continuing the Useem dialogue,” interview by Terry Mattingly, GetReligion, Feb. 19, 2008 (See also, “Covering Islam remains a Struggle,” GetReligion, Feb. 6, 2008.)

Scrabulous and the New Social Operating System: How Facebook Gave Birth to an Industry,” [email protected], Jan. 23, 2008

Why American Muslims shouldn’t play the victim,” AltMuslim.com, Jan. 15, 2008

Interview on religious art with Menachem Wecker, Iconia, Jan. 14, 2008

Veggie Tales’ ‘Pirates’ teaches lesson on heroism,” Religion News Service, Jan. 10, 2008

From Incentives to Penalties: How Far Should Employers Go to Reduce Workplace Obesity?[email protected], Jan. 9, 2008

Articles and published content from Andrea Useem in 2007:

Social Marketing: How Companies Are Generating Value from Customer Input,” [email protected], Dec. 12, 2007

Economics for Humans: Tyler Cowen on Using Incentives for a Better Life,” [email protected], Dec. 6, 2007

Edited Transcript with Video: “The Religion Factor in the 2008 Elections,” Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, Dec. 4, 2007

Edited Transcript with Video: “Religion and Secularism: The American Experience,” Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, Dec. 2, 3007

Is American Buddhism Endangered? 10 Minutes with … Clark Strand,” Religion News Service, Nov. 28, 2007

From Pastor to Executive: Equipping Faith Leaders for Economic Development,” [email protected], Nov. 14, 2007

Edited Transcript: “‘Heroic Conservatism’: A Conversation with Author Michael Gerson,” Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, Nov. 13, 2007

Evangelical Executives: Q+A with D. Michael Lindsay,” Wharton Leadership Digest, November, 2007

For Polyamorists, Three’s Not a Crowd; It’s Just the Start,” Seattle Times, Oct. 28, 2007

Podcast with Joshua Trevino — Oct. 26, 2007

Edited Transcript: “Evangelicals and the Public Square,” Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, Oct. 11, 2007

Edited Transcript: “Oregon’s ‘Death with Dignity’ Law: 10 Years Later,” Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, Oct. 10, 2007

“Jerry Falwell — A Man with a Mission,” Islamica Magazine, Fall 2007

“American Muslims: An Outsider’s Point of View: Interview with Paul Barrett,” Islamica Magazine, Fall 2007

Talking with the Receptionist, Pausing When You Speak and Other Secrets of Leadership Success,” [email protected], Aug. 22, 2007

Leading for the Next Act: Why CEOs Must Evolve or Step Aside,” [email protected], Aug. 8, 2007

What to Expect When You’re Expecting a Co-Wife: Why American Muslims Don’t Care to Legalize Polygamy,” Slate Magazine, July 25, 2007

Presidential Candidate Profile: Fred Thompson, Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, July 2007

“Does the Qur’an Tolerate Domestic Abuse? Andrea Useem interviews Laleh Bakhtiar, Hadia Mubarak and Bonita McGee.” Beliefnet.com, July 5, 2007

Many Family Firms Rely on a Largely Invisible CEO — Chief Emotional Officer,” [email protected], June 28, 2007

“AUTHOR PROFILE: Joe Mackall: Risking a Friendship to Tell a Story,” Publisher’s Weekly Religion BookLine, June 27, 2007

“AUTHOR PROFILE: Eboo Patel: Making Pluralism Sexy,” Publisher’s Weekly Religion BookLine, May 30, 2007

“Muslim Communities Share Burial Duties,” USA Today, May 27, 2007

Presidential Candidate Profile: Joe Biden, Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life

Edited Transcript: “Muslim Americans: Middle Class and Mostly Mainstream,” press conference at the Pew Research Center. May 22, 2007

“SPOTLIGHT ON…Muslims in Fiction: Post 9/11, It’s the Only Place to Transcend Labels,” Publisher’s Weekly Religion BookLine, May 16, 2007

Edited Transcript: “God’s Will: Iran’s Polity and the Challenges of the Future,” Ray Takeyh speaking at the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life’s biannual “Faith Angle” conference in Key West, Fla. May 15, 2007

Edited Transcript: “Global Schism: Is the Anglican Communion Rift the First Stage in a Wider Christian Split?” Philip Jenkins speaking at the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life’s biannual “Faith Angle” conference in Key West, Fla. May 14, 2007

Edited Transcript: “International Religious Freedom: Religion and International Diplomacy,” panel convened by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life. May 8, 2007

Edited Transcript: “Changing Faiths: Latinos and the Transformation of American Religion,” conference-call launch of new study on Hispanic religion in the U.S., by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life. April 25, 2007

“AUTHOR PROFILE: Laleh Bakhtiar: An American Women Translates the Qur’an,” Publishers Weekly Religion BookLine, April 18, 2007

“At Virginia Tech, Trying to Explain the Unexplainable,” written by Kevin Eckstrom, and reported by Amy Green, Marcia Z. Nelson, Rachel Pomerance and Andrea Useem. Religion News Service (reprinted here in the Chicago Tribune, April 17, 2007)

“Web vs. Print: Online Successes at One Newspaper Raise More Questions than They Answer,” [email protected], April 4, 2007

Book Review: My Year in Radical Islam, by Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, Islamica Magazine, March/April 2007 issue

“What’s New In Arabic and Islamic Studies: A Better Understanding,” Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, March/April 2007 issue (no website)

“More Confident, Less Careful: Why Office Romance is Hard to Manage,” [email protected], March 22, 2007

“Surviving ‘My Year in Radical Islam,’ What propelled Daveed Gartenstein-Ross down a path from Judaism, to Islam, to radical Islam, and finally to Christianity?” (Video interview), Beliefnet, March 2007

“Religion is New Diversity Push in the Workplace,” Religion News Service (reprinted on Beliefnet), March 2007

“Leading with Counterintuitive Ideas: Inside the Advertising Industry with Greg Stielstra,” Wharton Leadership Digest, March 2007 issue

“Why Teens Aren’t Finding Jobs, and Why Employers Are Paying The Price,” [email protected], March 7, 2007

Edited transcript: “Same-Sex Marriage in California: Legal and Political Prospects,” panel convened by The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, the American Constitution Society, the Federalist Society and the USC Annenberg Knight Program. Feb. 28, 2007

“For Many Americans, Religious Identity is No Longer a Given,” Religion News Service (reprinted at the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life), Feb. 12, 2007

“Scholar Defines Faith at Work as a Social Movement,” Publishers Weekly Religion BookLine, Jan. 24, 2007

“Toppling a Taboo: Businesses Go “Faith Friendly,” [email protected], Jan. 24, 2007

“Muslim Drivers Say No to Alcohol and Dogs,” Religion News Service (reprinted here in District Chronicles, Jan. 22, 2007)

Previous Religion Content from Andrea Useem

Transcripts edited for the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life:

“The Christmas Wars: Religion in the American Public Square,” event hosted by The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, Dec. 12, 2006“Understanding Religion’s Role in the 2006 Election,” event hosted by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, Dec. 5, 2006

“Israel and the Future of Zionism,” event hosted by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, Dec. 4, 2006

“Legislating International Religious Freedom,” event hosted by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, Nov. 20, 2006

“Religious Voters and the Midterm Elections,” event hosted by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, Nov. 13, 2006

“Judicial Showdown: The Supreme Court Returns to the Abortion Debate,” event hosted by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, the American Constitution Society and the Federalist Society, Nov. 2, 2006

“In Pursuit of Values Voters,” event hosted by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, Oct. 1, 2006

“God’s Country? Evangelicals and U.S. Foreign Policy,” event hosted by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, Sept. 26, 2006

“Dr. No? The Debate on Conscience in Health Care,” event hosted by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, the American Constitution Society and the Federalist Society, Sept. 8, 2006

“The Revival of Shia Islam,” event hosted by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life and the Council on Foreign Relations, July 24, 2006

“How and Why Muhammad Made a Difference,” event hosted by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, May 22, 2006

Religion Articles from [email protected], The Wharton Leadership Digest and Ms. magazine:

“Product Placement in the Pews? Microtargeting Meets Megachurches,” [email protected], Nov. 15, 2006

“Megachurch Leadership: An Interview with the Leadership Network’s Dave Travis,” Wharton Leadership Digest, February 2006 issue

“Radical Muslim Prayer,” Ms. Magazine, Summer 2005

Religion articles for The Washington Examiner

“A time for waiting: Advent offers a break from the Christmas rush,” The Washington Examiner, Dec. 15, 2005

“Giving the gift of life: Religion plays role in organ donation,” The Washington Examiner, Dec. 8, 2005

“Making the calling a career: Some leave lucrative jobs to do God’s work,” The Washington Examiner, Dec. 1, 2005

“Aging with grace: Many focus on spirituality near the end of life,” The Washington Examiner, Nov. 17, 2005

“Free your mind: Local events promote meditation,” The Washington Examiner, Nov. 10, 2005 (Cover story)

“Waiting for the crescent: Muslim’s differ on holiday’s start,” The Washington Examiner, Nov. 3, 2005

“What Would Jesus Rap? Christian Hip-hop Thrives in D.C.,” The Washington Examiner, Oct. 27, 2005 (Cover story)

“Macho Christianity? Movement seeks to make church ‘more masculine,’” The Washington Examiner, Oct. 20, 2005

“Holy time for Hindus: Story of Rama sparks bright celebration,” The Washington Examiner, Oct. 13, 2005
“High Holidays, low prices: D.C. synagogues reach out to young, unaffiliated Jews,” The Washington Examiner, Oct. 6, 2005

“Marketing Christianity: Festival hopes ad campaign draws crowds,” The Washington Examiner, Sept. 29, 2005

“Dark chocolate, light-hearted ritual: Ceremony marks Pagan Pride week,” The Washington Examiner, Sept. 22, 2005

“Students hit the (holy) books: Experts say religious involvement can help teens,” The Washington Examiner, Sept. 15, 2005

“Drug-free denomination: Scientology offers healing, raises eyebrows,” The Washington Examiner, Sept. 8, 2005

“Pastors cope with ‘church-shopping:’ Retaining members tough in D.C. region,” The Washington Examiner, Sept. 1, 2005

“Going organic to feed the soul: Eco-friendly food is an obligation, some say,” The Washington Examiner, Aug. 25, 2005

“Dealing with mass appeal: Spanish speakers fuel rapid growth at area churches,” The Washington Examiner, Aug. 18, 2005

“Competition and connection: Team USA does more than win at ‘Jewish Olympics,’” The Washington Examiner, Aug. 11, 2005

“Have Bible, will travel: Businesses finding chaplains useful hires,” The Washington Examiner, Aug. 4, 2005

“The shawl and the turban: U.S. Sikhism has dual appeal for many,” The Washington Examiner, July 28, 2005

“Mission in question: Short-term mercy work may lack effectiveness,” The Washington Examiner, July 21, 2005

“In search of Providence: Little Sisters rely on donations,” The Washington Examiner, July14, 2005

“Blunt and unapologetic: Mosque leader critical of Bush’s politics, extremist Muslims,” The Washington Examiner, July 7, 2005 Page Two (Cover story)
“House by house, soul by soul: GMU prof says ‘cold calls’ can help religions grow,” The Washington Examiner, June 30, 2005 Page Two

“A God for ‘nobodies:’ Some use spirituality to deal with depression,” The Washington Examiner, June 16, 2005

“Hungry for change: Interfaith event calls attention to poverty,” The Washington Examiner, June 9, 2005

“Answering the call: Five new priests to serve in Washington area,” The Washington Examiner, June 2, 2005 (Cover story)

“Tradition for a new generation: New rabbi brings life back to 119-year-old synagogue,” The Washington Examiner, May 26, 2005

“Self, sex and Christ: For some gays, sexual preference can be decided through faith,” The Washington Examiner, May 19, 2005 Page Two

“To Pray Like a Full Citizen,” The Washington Examiner, May 5, 2005 Page Two

“Passover Panic: Don’t be a slave when preparing for Pesach,” The Washington Examiner, April 21, 2005

“Modern Muslim Matchmaking: Imam organizes singles retreats for the marriage-minded,” The Washington Examiner, April 14, 2005 Page Two

“Casual approach, firm belief:Laid-back and non-traditional, Va.’s New Life is gaining ground,” The Washington Examiner, April 7, 2005

Articles for the Religion News Service and Beliefnet.com

“Jews, Muslims Join Fight for Christian Christmas,” (reprinted here on Beliefnet.com, Dec. 2005)

“Muslim Leaders Praise Acquittal of High-Profile Professor,” Religion News Service (reprinted here on Beliefnet.com, Dec. 7, 2005)

“Patriot, Soldier, Chaplain — Spy?” An Interview with James Yee, Beliefnet.com, Fall 2005

“Adjusting to a Less-Festive Eid,” Religion News Service (reprinted here on Beliefnet.com, Oct. 27, 2005)

“The perils of pilgrimage: Stampedes kill thousands of worshippers,” Religion News Service (reprinted in the Ventura County Star, Sept. 10, 2005)

“Iraqi Dilemma Highlights Challenge of Applying Islamic Law in Modern Times,” Religion News Service, (reprinted here on Beliefnet.com, Aug. 25, 2005)

A Selection of Andrea’s Articles from Africa and Beyond….

“Summertime in Vermont, and the Sound of Arabic Echoes in the Hills,” Chronicle of Higher Education, Summer 2000 (My first-person account of studying Arabic at Middlebury’s well-known Summer Language Institute.)

“NOTES FROM ACADEME: INDONESIA / In Islam, a Vocal Exercise of Faith,” Chronicle of Higher Education, Nov. 24, 2000

“Evangelicals Alter Ethiopia’s Traditions,” Christian Science Monitor, June 8, 2000 (Conflict emerges as Ethiopians leave the Orthodox Church to become evangelicals.)

“NOTES FROM ACADEME: ISRAEL / At a Desert Archive, a Nation Hears From Its Founders,” Chronicle of Higher Education, Dec. 3, 1999

“Muslims in East Africa Develop Their Own Higher Education Options,” Chronicle of Higher Education, Nov. 19, 1999

“In East Africa, New Private Colleges Fill a Growing Gap Between Supply and Demand,” Chronicle of Higher Education, Sept. 10, 1999

“U. of Zimbabwe Suffers as Economic and Political Turmoil Envelop the Country,” Chronicle of Higher Education, Aug. 13, 1999

“NOTES FROM ACADEME: EGYPT / A Scholar Who Studies Child Laborers Gives Them a Place to Play,” Chronicle of Higher Education, Aug. 1999

“Many African asylum seekers in a sort of limbo,” The Boston Sunday Globe, July 11, 1999

“In Mozambique, wildlife gets a spiritual boost,” The Boston Globe, July 7, 1999

“NOTES FROM ACADEME: EGYPT /A Western Professor Sifts Through the Centuries for the Lost Voices of Islam,” Chronicle of Higher Education, July 2, 1999

“NOTES FROM ACADEME: YEMEN /A Priceless Monument to Islamic Culture Emerges from the Grime,” Chronicle of Higher Education, June 4, 1999 (An American-Iraqi archaeologist restores a historic madrasa in Yemen.)

“NOTES FROM ACADEME: KENYA / Going to the Sources of Africa’s ‘Sage Philosophy,’” Chronicle of Higher Education, May 7, 1999

“No End in Sight for ‘The Stupidest War,’” Africa Today, April 1999

“A LOG OF SHIPS: Preserving the Craft of Yemeni Boat Builders,” Chronicle of Higher Education, April 23, 1999

“Propaganda war behind front line,” Africa Today, April 1999

“Wiring African Universities Proves a Formidable Challenge,” Chronicle of Higher Education, April 2, 1999

“World Puzzles Over Costly War Between African Friends: Ethiopia, Eritrea at brink of disaster over tiny bits of land,” San Francisco Chronicle, February 27, 1999

“Ethiopia, Eritrea Entrench Themselves in Border War,” San Francisco Chronicle, Feb. 19, 1999

“Love and Politics on a Cairo Campus: Hit movie explores Arab identity at an American college in Egypt,” Chronicle of Higher Education, Jan. 22, 1999

“In a Breakaway Region of War-Torn Somalia, A New University Takes Root,” Chronicle of Higher Education, Jan. 15, 1999

“Sudanese Opposition Dubious About Promises of a New Democracy: U.S. also wary of promises to change dictatorship,” San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 29, 1998

“Islam, Women’s Rights Coexist Uneasily in Sudan: Mix of repression, progressive views,” San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 1998

“HIMALAYAN DIARY: A Trek From M.B.A. to Mountaintop: Lessons in Leadership Improve One’s View,” (with Michael Useem), Chronicle of Higher Education, Dec. 11, 1998

“Moderate ‘Middle’ Party Gaining Followers in Egypt,” San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 5, 1998

“Tourists Reset Sights on Egypt: Increased security pays of as memories of massacre fade,” San Francisco Chronicle, Nov. 17, 1998

“Deadly Needles: Fast Track to Global Disaster,” San Francisco Chronicle (contributor to three part series), Oct. 27, 1998

“In Depths of Congo Crisis is the Light of Opportunity for Africa,” San Francisco Chronicle, Oct. 22, 1998

“NOTES FROM ACADEME: ETHIOPIA / In an Emperor’s Garden, Scholars Come to Study All Things Ethiopian,” Chronicle of Higher Education, Sept. 25, 1998

“ZIMBABWE: Optimism through necessity,” Africa Today, Sept. 1998

“Struggling with Theodicy: Kenyan Reactions to the [Embassy] Bombings — Reconciling Faith with Tragedy,” Christian Century, Sept. 9, 1998

“Albright, in Kenya, pledges help for victims,” The Boston Globe, Aug. 19, 1998

“Bombs traumatize Kenya society: East Africans lift prayers to God, blame Satan for embassy tragedy,” The Houston Chronicle, Aug. 16, 1998

“Faith helps, but trauma will linger in Nairobi: Some complain that US gave priority to finding evidence rather than rescue,” The Boston Globe, Aug. 12, 1998

“US offers $2m reward in Africa attacks,” The Boston Globe, Aug. 11, 1998

“In Nairobi, a day of prayers, tears, and memories,” The Boston Globe, Aug. 10, 1998

“Rescue in rubble brings moment of joy,” The Boston Globe, Aug. 9, 1998

“Horror at US embassies: Amid wreckage, a lost tranquility,” The Boston Globe, Aug. 8, 1998

“NOTES FROM ACADEME: ERITREA / In Eritrea, Archaeologists Race to Save the Stones That Tell an Ancient Story,” Chronicle of Higher Education, July 17, 1998

“A weird little war between friends,” The Baltimore Sun, July 9, 1998

“A Human-Rights Center in Uganda Combines Academics With Activism,” Chronicle of Higher Education, July 3, 1998

“War Pits Brother and Sister: Ethiopians face agony of fighting friends and relatives in Eritrea,” San Francisco Chronicle, June 24, 1998

“North Ethiopia readies for war,” The Boston Globe, June 24, 1998

“Fear Grips Eritreans Living in Ethiopia: Deportations, job suspensions over border war,” San Francisco Chronicle, June 20, 1998

“Eritrea Strives to Transform a Struggling University into a Vital Institution,” Chronicle of Higher Education, May 29, 1998

“Ugandans Trapped in a Nightmare: Children’s Forced Pathway to Perdition,” San Francisco Chronicle, May 25, 1998

“Trouble in the Horn of Africa: Eritrea Forgoes Citizen’s Rights in the Name of Unity,” San Francisco Chronicle, May 13, 1998

“Ethiopia works to keep drought from turning into disaster,” The Dallas Morning News, April 23, 1998

“A Dam to Stem the Tide of Hunger: Ethiopia trades work for food,” San Francisco Chronicle, April 20, 1998

“Somaliland’s Economy on the Brink: Saudi import ban to blame, government officials say,” San Francisco Chronicle, April 15, 1998

“Somaliland? ‘We’re a Different Nation, They Must Recognize Us!’” The East African, March 16-22, 1998

“Promoting Gender Equality in a Land Ruled by Islamic Law,” Chronicle of Higher Education, March 13, 1998

“‘Higher-Education Revolution’ Divides Academics in Sudan,” Chronicle of Higher Education, Feb. 27, 1998

“A Compromising Position: The Churches and the Kenya Conflict,” Christian Century, Feb. 15, 1998

“Africa’s Intellectual Malaise: Need for Decolonization of the Mind?” Development and Cooperation, Jan/Feb 1998

“Tribal nature of voting in Kenya keeps ruling party in power,” The Dallas Morning News, Jan. 28, 1998

“An Interview with Yilma Tafere Tasew: A refugee from Ethiopia,” Wajibu: A Journal of Social and Religious Concern, Summer 1998

“Heavy rains leave fragile Kenya awash in mud, traffic jams, disease,” The Dallas Morning News, Jan 23, 1998

“Kenyans have little faith in promises before Monday’s election,” The Dallas Morning News, Dec. 28, 1997

“Kenyans hope for election-day peace: Many are mindful of possible clan violence,” The Dallas Morning News, Dec. 27, 1997

“Tribal Divisions Fester in Kenya: Clan elders hope to keep the peace as election approaches,” San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 23, 1997

“Kenya’s First Woman President?” Ms. Magazine, Nov./Dec. 1997 issue

“Red alert for Ethiopia’s green revolution,” Third World Features Network, Nov. 18, 1997
“An Era of Painful Self-Examination for Many Intellectuals in Africa,” Chronicle of Higher Education, Oct. 10, 1997

“Kenya’s middle class struggles to survive amid insecurity,” The Dallas Morning News, Aug. 14, 1997

“Tanzania’s U. Of Dar es Salaam Throws Over Its Socialist Past,” Chronicle of Higher Education, Aug. 8, 1997

“One Man Cries Peace in a Land of Massacres,” Christian Science Monitor, June 12, 1997 (A Burundian Quaker struggles for reconciliation in his native Central African country.)

“Woman’s bid for Kenya presidency faces barriers despite rising support,” The Dallas Morning News, May 27, 1997

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Welcome to Meah Shearim, a neighborhood in Jerusalem’s “Jewish Quarter” where many Orthodox Jews live today. Photo by Andrea Useem

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