HOW BYOD FOR ENTERPRISE HAS CHANGED UNIVERSITY MOBILE INFRASTRUCTURE
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Jerrilynn D. Dodds
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To counteract this stereotype, scholar Jerrilynn D. Dodds joined forces with photographer Edward Grazda to document the Islamic presence in New York by focusing on the places Muslims congregate to worship their god -- the Mosque.
"New York Masjid/Mosques of New York" is an insightful and unbiased account of a much-maligned and rapidly growing culture around the world, taken in perhaps the one place in the world where all manifestations of religious adherents live and work: New York City. The book features photographs, essays, and interviews documenting the mosques that each of New York's Muslim communities has built at its center, revealing the ways these buildings reflect and create identities for Muslims within a dense and diverse urban fabric.
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