Although stereotypes focus on ISIS as a terror group, the reality of their existence is much more structurally nuanced. It is a product of many different spatial and cultural aspects: economic, social, urban, etc. In this class, we will review these aspects and how they have impacted and develpment and contiunance of ISIS. We will use tools to analyze data collected from many different sources
Mustafa Ibraheem Ph.D. of Urban and Regional Planner with 12+ years of experience in community & spatial development, geographic information system (GIS), research, environmental planning, risk and disaster management, analysis and business development.
This event will take place offsite at Boutros Restaurant