Dr. Shadee Elmasry


Dr. Shadee Elmasry
New Brunswick Islamic Center

Dr. Shadee Elmasry was born and raised in New Jersey. He began studying Islam at the age of eighteen, traveling to a number of countries including Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and Morocco.

In addition to traditional learning, Dr. Elmasry has received a Master’s degree from The George Washington University and a Ph.D. from the University of London (School of Oriental & African Studies). Dr. Elmasry went on to teach at several universities including Yale University, University of London SOAS, Trinity College, Hartford Seminary, and Manhattanville College.

Currently, he serves as Scholar in Residence at the New Brunswick Islamic Center in New Jersey. He is also the founder and head of Safina Society—an institution dedicated to the cause of traditional Islamic education in the West. His courses can be found at MyArkview.org.