Since the turn of the century there has been frequent talk of ‘home-grown’ imams and the development of Islamic theology with a European perspective. This talk will survey the realities in several European countries and identify some of the challenges to European institutions of higher education, governments, and Muslim organisations. Jørgen S. Nielsen is one of the foremost scholars on […]
Cambridge Muslim College is pleased to announce a call for papers for a conference on the history of British Muslims. We would like to invite all scholars and researchers working on any aspect of the history of British Muslims to submit an abstract for this conference. The call for papers and further details can be found here.
A warm welcome to Dr Samer Dajani, who joins CMC as a Research Fellow for the academic year 2015-16. Dr Samer has completed his PhD at SOAS on the relationship between fiqh & spirituality and studies the different methodologies of the Sunni schools of jurisprudence, as well as broader theories on legal diversity and the nature of the Shari’a. More […]