Hisham Mahmoud has studied theology, hadith, legal theory, jurisprudence, ethics, Qur’anic recitation, and Arabic with scholars in Morocco, Mauritania, and Egypt.
His first forthcoming work will be entitled, “A Portrait of the Prophet,” which is a translation of one of the most important compilations of the personal qualities of the Prophet Muhammad صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم. He has lectured internationally on the Islamic sciences and on world religions, and continues to read with scholars and students in the United States.
Hisham Mahmoud taught for more than a decade at Yale, Princeton, and Harvard Universities. More recently, he founded Lanturna, a national, non-profit educational institution that intends to establish learning collectives across the country to enhance personal lifestyle and enrich community living. Currently, he resides in Pennsylvania with his wife and two children.
American Islamic College
640 W. Irving Park Rd.
Chicago, IL 60613
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