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Season 1 of the Aga Khan Museum’s new bi-weekly podcast has launched.
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Abdul-Rehman Malik is an award-winning journalist, educator, and organizer. He is a frequent contributor to BBC Radio, offering contemporary perspectives on spirituality. His recent documentary work includes the "The Muhammadan Bean: The Secret History of Islam and Coffee."

Since 2019, Malik has served as a lecturer and associate research scholar at the Yale Divinity School in New Haven, Conn. He is also the program coordinator for Yale University's Council on Middle East Studies and the director of the Muslim Leadership Lab, an innovative program being incubated at Yale’s Dwight Hall Center of Social Justice.

Malik is a Toronto native and an enthusiastic supporter of the Aga Khan Museum.


This Being Human is an arts and culture podcast devoted to amplifying the voices of leaders redefining what it means to be Muslim in today’s world. Through expert storytelling and thoughtfully cast interviews, the series aims to break down stereotypes, highlight connections between cultures, and uncover new insights on the human condition.

This Being Human is produced by Aga Khan Museum and Antica Productions.
The Museum wishes to thank Nadir and Shabin Mohamed for their leadership support to develop and produce This Being Human.


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