Laurence Craven of the American University of Sharjah, UAE, discusses the advantages and the potential issues of substituting technology for paper in the classroom.
Suzi Elhafez examines the efficacy of interdisciplinarity in the Golden Age of the Arab-Islamic Empire in informing approaches to multimodal art practices and expanding knowledge domains within a contemporary context.
Dr Azeez Olaniyan discusses the use of women and girls for suicide bombings by the Boko Haram sect in Nigeria, examining how girls are sourced for these deadly missions as well as Boko Haram’s motivations for pursuing this “feminization of terror”.
Wiktor Pastucha & Aleksandra Spychalska look at the extreme ways in which Islamic State uses modern communication technologies to promote its propaganda and facilitate its plans of genocide.
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