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1st Session – Workshop Series: Contemporary Islamic Thought

1st Session – Workshop Series: Contemporary Islamic Thought

November 29, 2023

Hybrid Workshop Time: 2pm to 4pm Date: December 15, 2023 In-person Option: Register for In-person Event Here Virtual Option: Register for Virtual Event Here The next session is in the new year: January 25, 2024 from 1:30pm to 3:30pm Welcome to our monthly workshop on Contemporary Islamic Thought. The goal of this series is to explore the understudied reformist […]

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3rd Session – Workshop Series: Exploring Islamic Law in Imperial Contexts

3rd Session – Workshop Series: Exploring Islamic Law in Imperial Contexts

November 3, 2023

Location: 170 St George Street, Jackman Humanities Building, Fifth Floor, Room 530 In-person Option: Register for In-person Event Here Virtual Option: Register for Virtual Event Here Time: 2 pm to 4 pm Date: Thursday, December 14th Welcome to our monthly workshop on Islamic law and imperialism. The goal of our workshop is to explore the […]

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Islamic Studies: Past, Present, and Futures Workshop – Winter 2023

Islamic Studies: Past, Present, and Futures Workshop – Winter 2023

January 13, 2023

Dear members of the Islamic Studies community at UofT, It is our pleasure to announce the Winter 2023 Semester schedule for the Islamic Studies Past, Present, and Futures Workshop. All sessions will meet on Tuesdays at noon Eastern in a hybrid format: in-person at the IIS offices (fifth floor, Jackman Humanities Building) or on Zoom. […]

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Master Class: The Muwatta’ Through the Ages

Master Class: The Muwatta’ Through the Ages

October 13, 2022

The master class is intended to introduce the students to how a text like the Muwatta’ has been read by Muslims and even non-Muslims over its long, 1,000+ year history.

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Shaping Muslim Futures: Narratives, Frameworks and Visions

Shaping Muslim Futures: Narratives, Frameworks and Visions

September 1, 2022

Situated at the nexus of critical Muslim studies and critical futures studies, this workshop invites students to contemplate and vision alternative futures.

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