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Institutional AffiliationMailing Address
Anisah Bagasra, M.A., ABD, Instructor
Email AddressResearch Interests
Department of History and Sociology, Trustee Hall 400 Magnolia Street, Orangeburg, South Carolina, USA
I am interested in traditional Islamic beliefs about mental illness, mental health care issues affecting the Muslim American population, development of scales of measurement for use with Muslims, Sufi psychology, altered states of consciousness in religious ritual, conversion experiences and the development of religious identity.
- Islamic Social Justice Movements: Their history and potential role in resolving conflict situations. A. Bagasra. ACResolutions: The quarterly magazine of the Association for Conflict Resolution, Summer 2008.
- A Community Grows: Diversity marks emerging Muslim communities in South Carolina. A Bagasra. Islamic Horizons Magazine, vol. 35, no. 2, March/April 2006
- Psychology of the Sufi Mystics of Islam. A Bagasra. Journal of Theta Alpha Kappa, vol. 28, no. 1, Spring 2004.
Psychology and Religion Courses, Seminars, or Programs TaughtRelevant Degrees or Certificates Available at InstitutionLanguages Spoken
Transpersonal, Phenomenological, Measurement, Mental Health and Psychopathology, Social, New Religious Movements