History of British Muslims Symposium

History of British Muslims Symposium

About The Event

A Historical Understanding of a New Community

Date: September 17, 2016 @ 9:30 am – 7:00 pm

Venue: Cambridge Muslim College, 14 St Paul’s Rd, Cambridge CB1 2EZ, UK

Organizer: Cambridge Muslim College

Cambridge Muslim College is pleased to announce the program for the forthcoming symposium on the history of British Muslims on 17 September 2016.

Conference Program are as follows:

  • Plenary Lecture: Humayan Ansari: A Survey of Historical Work Conducted on the British Muslim Presence
  • Nabil Matar: Joseph Morgan (d. 1750): Between Britain and North Africa
  • Lubaaba Al Azami: The Embassy of Sir Thomas Roe (d. 1644): Anglo-Indian Engagements in an Age Before Empire
  • Ron Geaves: The Challenge to create a British Islam 1880-1938
  • Abdal Hakim Murad: Yahya Parkinson (1874-1918): Poet-philosopher of the North
  • Mohammed Seddon: Victorian Muslim Dissenters: Abdullah Quilliam and Muhammad Pickthall
  • Everyday Muslim team: Contrasting Perceived and Actual Socio-Economic Demographics of First Generation South Asian Migrants 1950-1980
  • Peter Clark: Pickthall since 1936
  • Yahya Birt: Preachers, Patriots and Islamists: Contemporary British Muslims and the Afterlives of Abdullah Quilliam

More information at: Cambridge Muslim College

  • Cost: Free
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Cambridge Muslim College, 14 St Paul's Rd, Cambridge CB1 2EZ, UK

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