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Conference: Islam, Muslims, and education in Britain

Posted on 16 April 2018 by Mark Bryant

Building on the success of 2014’s postgraduate-led conference, the Islam-UK Centre kicked off 2018 with a one-day symposium which considered the narratives surrounding Islam, Muslims, and education in Britain. The symposium emerged from our reflections as doctoral students whose theses are contributing to these debates. We have noticed that, whilst there has been a proliferation
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The Future of Islamic Studies in the UK

Posted on 24 April 2017 by Mark Bryant

Professor Sophie Gilliat-Ray introduces a video she has made based on a presentation given to the 2015 meeting of the British Association for Islamic Studies in London where she outlines her vision for Islamic Studies in the UK into the future. See the full Video here →
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“Contextualising Islam in 21st Century Britain”

Posted on 30 March 2016 by Mark Bryant

On Wednesday 13th April 7pm Professor Grace Davie will be delivering a lecture entitled “Contextualising Islam in 21st Century Britain” in the Temple of Peace and Health, Cathays Park, CF10 3AP This lecture is organised in partnership with the Cardiff Centre for Law and Religion, Cardiff University, the Cardiff and District branch of the United
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Postdoctoral opportunities based in the Islam-UK Centre

Posted on 2 March 2015 by Mark Bryant

  We are Happy to announce two early career postdoctoral opportunities based in the Islam-UK Centre (Department of Religious Studies) at Cardiff University.  Both are full-time, for three years.   Lecturer in Social Science Methods and Theories, with an emphasis on sociology of religion and Muslim communities in Britain (vacancy reference number: 3110BR) Lecturer in
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