Ehsan Sheikholharam is a Teaching Fellow and a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Religious Studies at UNC Chapel Hill. He is also a Graduate Fellow at the Parr Center for Ethics in the Philosophy Department. Holding master’s degrees in architecture and religion, Ehsan’s research interrogates on the relationship between space and ideology, particularly the religiosity of non-religious buildings. His research has been published in American Academy of Religion’s Reading Religion, CLOG, WIT Press, ARTHEO, and ZEMCH. He has received recognitions from prestigious institutions including the University of Miami, Dumbarton Oak, and Roshan Cultural Heritage Institute. Ehsan has served as a Part-Time Faculty in Architecture at the University of Miami and NC State College of Design.
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Mohammed A. Bamyeh, Lifeworlds of Islam: The Pragmatics of a Religion (Oxford University Press, 2019). ISBN: 9780190280567. 256 pages. Hardcover: $65.00. | Reviewed by Ehsan Sheikholharam When asked to define their religion, Muslims tend to…