'It's Going to Be a Lot More Lonely.' A Dramatically Different Ramadan for U.S. Muslims Amid Coronavirus Lockdowns
This article details the different experiences of American Muslims during Ramadan. The article features individuals such as physician Dr. Nasir Malim, whose spiritual life and ritual practices have been impacted by his healthcare job. Rituals and practices such as fasting and facial hair are included, along with the religious consequences of shaving one’s facial hair for health concerns.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Mansoor, Sanya, "'It's Going to Be a Lot More Lonely.' A Dramatically Different Ramadan for U.S. Muslims Amid Coronavirus Lockdowns" (2020). Pandemic Response and Religion in the USA: Ritual. 36.