Science-centrists, who are convinced of the success of science in modeling the world, view all faith-centric responses to COVID-19 as an antithesis to ‘common-sense approaches’ to public health. Read more.
is a Ph.D. candidate in Islam and Africana Studies at Rice University and a Visiting Doctoral Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Islamic Thought in Africa at Northwestern University.
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