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ISLAM TODAY: POLITICS, STATE AND SOCIETY

Thursday 13th October 2016 5:00pm AWST


The Centre for Muslim States and Societies and the Australian Institute for International Affairs present

ISLAM TODAY: POLITICS, STATE AND SOCIETY

The conference will explore Islam’s role in shaping the lived experiences of Muslims in the contemporary globalised world. This involves exploring the interaction between Muslims and non‐Muslims in political, social, cultural and economic spheres at local, national and global levels, the comparative experiences of Muslims in Muslim majority and minority contexts, and understanding how Muslims engage with their religion.

Dates:Thursday 13th October and Friday 14th October

Times: Thursday 5pm to 9pm (dinner provided), Friday 9am to 12pm

Venue:Economics and Commerce Conference Room, 3.73, Old Economics and Commerce Building,UWA

This event is free but registrations are essential.

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Programme

Thursday,13 October (5pm–‐9pm)

Professor Amin Saikal (Australian National University)
Professor Samina Yasmeen (The University of Western Australia)
Professor James Piscatori (Australian National University)
Mr Rehan Ahmed (Islamic Scholar and Fellow at Al Mawrid Institute, Pakistan)

Friday,14 October (9am–‐12pm)

Dr Minako Sakai (The University of New South Wales,Canberra)
Dr Shamim Samami (Honorary Research Fellow, CMSS, UWA)
Ella Prihatini (PhD Candidate, UWA)
Kane Matthews (PhD Candidate, UWA)

 

 

 

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Event Details


Location
Old Economics & Commerce, 1/35 Stirling Highway, Hackett Entrance, Crawley WA 6009, Australia (View Map)

Date / Time
Thursday 13th October 2016 5:00pm AWST

Hosted
The WA Branch

Registration Open
Friday 7th October 2016 12:00am AWST

Registration Close
Thursday 13th October 2016 5:00pm AWST


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