Members of PhD program participate in panel addressing the realities of being Muslim today

Photo of panelists at Speak Up! event addressing the realities of being Muslim today.
Panelists at Speak Up! event addressing the realities of being Muslim today.

On Monday, January 11, the School of Drama joined with the Seattle Repertory Theatre, UW Simpson Center for the Humanities, and Humanities Washington to host a panel discussion about the thematic questions raised in the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Ayad Akhtar, Disgraced, currently running at Seattle Rep. The panel and audience addressed the reality of being Muslim today. Monica Viharo, second-year PhD student at the School of Drama, moderated the panel. Duygu Erdogan Monson, third-year PhD student, was a panelist.

Read The Daily's article on the event.