Following the recent publication of his book What Is A Madrasa? (Edinburgh University Press, 2015), Professor Ebrahim Moosa of the University of Notre Dame will be visiting Ashford & Staines Community Centre to discuss the nature and role of Islamic education in the modern world and the implications for Muslims in the West. Dr. Abdulaziz Brown from the Cambridge Muslim […]
CMC is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Dāwūd Bone, further strengthening the team of Research Fellows at the College. Dr Bone’s area of interest is education, including opportunities to extend the work developed at the College into schools. He will be addressing curriculum issues and aspects of Islamic thought relating to teaching and school management. More details about […]
Cambridge Muslim College is pleased to announce a public lecture on Wednesday 20th January 2016: Will We Ever Understand Each Other? Muslims and Christians in the 15th/21st Century Speaker: Daniel A. Madigan SJ Wednesday 20th January, 6.30pm Venue: Cambridge Muslim College, 14 St Paul’s Road, Cambridge CB1 2EZ Poster and further details. This lecture will examine some of the most […]
We congratulate Dr Amina Nawaz (former CMC supervisor) who has been appointed as Post-Doctoral Fellow at the University of Tübingen. Congratulations, too, to Mujadad Zaman (former CMC curriculum developer) who has also gained employment at the University of Tübingen as Research Associate.
A public talk entitled Training British Muslim Religious Leaders, arranged by Cambridge Muslim College and City Circle, is taking place on Firday 27 November. Covering questions such as who speaks for Islam in Britain today, where are they trained and how, and is their message authentic and relevant, the speakers will include Shaykh Abdur-Rahman ibn Yusuf Mangera, Shaykha Safia Shahid […]
Two alumni from our Diploma year 2013-14, married couple Shams Tameez and Halimah Shams-Tameez, had the opportunity to participate in an exchange trip with the Istanbul-based institution iSAR this summer. They write: This was both a unique and rare opportunity. An opportunity which would lead to many new openings. Istanbul as a city is unique; full of history, knowledge and experience. […]
The Cambridge Muslim College is pleased to announce the start of a monthly reading club for Muslims engaged with science. Essentially, this is an opportunity for Muslim scientists to gather to discuss religion and science-based issues. Each month, a paper or chapter from a book will be selected for discussion. Further details and how to register your interest here.
Cambridge Muslim College is again delighted to offer its five-day programme, introducing Western-trained mental health professionals to the philosophy and methodology of psychology from an Islamic perspective. Those successfully completing the programme will be awarded a Certificate in Attendance on Islamic Approaches to Psychology & Psychotherapy. For further information and full course details, please click on this link: Islamic Approaches […]
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.