Mubbashir Rizvi is an Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology at Georgetown University. Dr. Rizvi’s field research analyzes the cultural significance of land relations, caste and religious identity to understand political subjectivity in Punjab, Pakistan. His teaching and research interests range from ethnography of social movements, historical anthropology, environmental anthropology and postcolonial theory. In addition to his research in South Asia, Dr. Rizvi is interested in how Muslim youth negotiate the politics of race in Europe and America. Dr. Rizvi has published an article “Multiple Lives of Black Islam in Hip Hop” that examines how Muslim youth relate to hip hop as they navigate through politics of race and belonging in Europe and America. He holds a Ph.D.from the University of Texas, Austin.