I say what I understand to be truth,
No simpleton of the mosque, nor yet blinded by modernity.
Sir Muhammad Iqbal
Welcome to the Iqbal Centre for the Study of Contemporary Islam
Promoting the interdisciplinary study of contemporary Islam as an intellectual tradition and critical engagement with the Islamic foundational texts.
In the scheme's second year, the LHRI is supporting the Iqbal Centre's Schooling Islam: Criticality, Identity and Change seminar series.
The public launch of the new Iqbal Centre for the Study of Contemporary Islam will take place at the Being Human 2016 event, Canon to critique: the future of Islamic education, which takes place on Saturday 19 November 2016, 11.00-13.00 at the Bait ul Aman Mosque, Bradford, West Yorkshire.
Saturday 19 November 2016, 11.00-13.00
Canon to critique: the future of Islamic education, at the Bait ul Aman Mosque, Bradford, West Yorkshire
The purpose of this Sadler Seminar series is to begin a long term commitment towards engaging with key questions around the theme of criticality, identity and change in Religious Studies, taking the teaching of Islam in Higher Education as a starting point.