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FW: 6 November event

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Yasmin Faghihi <[log in to unmask]>

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Yasmin Faghihi

Head of Near and Middle Eastern Department

Manuscripts and Printed Collections

Cambridge University Library 

West Road

CB3 9DR UK

Tel.: +44 1223 764739

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Chair Middle East Libraries COMmittee (MELCOM) UK

http://www.melcom.org.uk/

Co-Chair FIHRIST

http://www.fihrist.org.uk/home





-----Original Message-----

From: British Association for Islamic Studies <[log in to unmask]> On Behalf Of Alexandra Khan

Sent: 07 October 2019 16:07

To: [log in to unmask]

Subject: 6 November event



Please could you very kindly share information about this event with BRAIS members?





Islamic Studies: A Contested University Subject



by Jørgen Nielsen, University of Birmingham



Wed, 6 November 2019



18:00 – 19:30 GMT







Aga Khan Centre (ACR, 1st floor)



10 Handyside Street



London



N1C 4DN







The German initiative a decade ago to establish five departments of Islamic theology with 15 chairs invites a closer look at how university-level Islamic studies have developed over generations. The approach to the subject has itself changed in response to changing market demands and the international and domestic environments. And what are the challenges of growing numbers of Muslims studying in this field?

The event marks the third in a series of lectures entitled Recognising Islam in Europe and North America organised by the Aga Khan University, Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations.

The lectures present exciting research on Muslim contexts in Europe and North America focusing on issues relating to Muslim agency, creativity and strivings. What engages people and drives them to find new directions? Each event will challenge conventional narratives about Islam in Europe and North America by providing stimulating, new perspectives based on recent and ongoing research.

Organised by Jonas Otterbeck, AKU-ISMC



Tickets are free but booking is essential.

<https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/islamic-studies-a-contested-university-subject-tickets-72509563055?aff=eac2>

Book here<https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/islamic-studies-a-contested-university-subject-tickets-72509563055?aff=eac2>





Alexandra Khan

Marketing Manager

Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations The Aga Khan University (International) in the United Kingdom

10 Handyside Street

London N1C 4DN

United Kingdom

+44 [0] 20 7380 3847

 www.aku.edu<blocked::http://www.aku.edu/>

@AKU_ISMC



Incorporated in England as a company limited by guarantee no. 4448389 | Registered Charity Number 1179136







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