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In this webinar, titled “Muslims of the Heartland: How Syrian Immigrants Made Iowa their Home,” Edward E. Curtis IV, professor and Arab American author, discussed the history of Syrian Muslim settlement in Iowa before World War I and how these immigrants made a life that was simultaneously Arab, Muslim, and American.

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Virtual, Indoor, Social Activity, Solo Activity

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