“While much has been written on Malcolm X’s life in Harlem—pre- and post-Nation of Islam—far less has been written on his time in Boston. My digital project, Mapping Malcolm’s Boston, will fill this void by exploring sites in the Greater Boston area that were central to Malcolm X’s political and religious development, as well as more mundane locations that help to present him as a full human being rather than a mythical figure.”

Mapping Malcolm’s Boston

Getting Started

Information on the land Northeastern stands on and public scholarship on Native identities and issues in North America:

Religion Dispatches

Commenting on current events:
Megan, “#VanillaISIS, White Tears, and the Adventures of Captain Moroni

Revisiting previous news events:
Megan, “Trump Pardons the Hammonds, Arsonists Who Inspired Bundy Standoff

The Conversation

Examples of cohort member-written articles:
Kayla on Black Muslim female fashion trailblazers

Brian on survivors of clergy sex abuse

Powerpoint slides