Reactionary Historiography: Post 9/11 Muslim Communities and Immigrants

(Featured image of American Moslem Society Dearborn Mosque by Dwight Burdette) The following is a historiography that reviews literature covering Muslim immigration and communities in the United States after the events of September 11th, 2001 in New York City, NY, USA. Because of how cut & paste into WordPress from a Word file works, you’ll findContinue reading “Reactionary Historiography: Post 9/11 Muslim Communities and Immigrants”

St. Paul’s Chapel and Cemetary next to the World Trade Center Site

Last Thursday my wife and I went downtown to the National September 11 Memorial site. To get to it, we had to walk past St. Paul’s Chapel and Cemetery and my wife was interested in having a look around, so we went in.  I’ve been there a few times before, but it was her firstContinue reading “St. Paul’s Chapel and Cemetary next to the World Trade Center Site”

A Wall Covered With Names of the Dead in Union Square Station, New York City

You may have never noticed this, but there’s a wall in Union Square station where each tile has the name of a dead person on it.  If you enter the station near Food Emporium on the corner of 14th St and 4th Ave, you have to angle off to your right after passing through theContinue reading “A Wall Covered With Names of the Dead in Union Square Station, New York City”