The “Muslims in Interwar Europe and European Trans-cultural History” concluding conference shall invite speakers to place the position of Muslims in interwar Europe in a wider historical context by focusing on the religious, political, intellectual and social roles played by...
This book is a theoretically challenging re-evaluation of cosmopolitan arguments through a rigorous discussion of rights-making claims by Europe's Muslims to the...
The University Of Cambridge Centre Of Islamic Studies invites applications from current Masters and PhD candidates to present their research on issues pertaining to Muslims in the UK and Europe, from any discipline...
It invites proposals for papers, which present case-studies of the rediscovery and understanding of Islamic objects in the 17th and 18th centuries and at the same time engage with the implications of early interpretations of Islamic objects in Europe...
With the worldwide Muslim consumer lifestyle market and halal economy set to reach $3.7 trillion by 2019, there’s heaps of potential for the Islamic market...
The Journal of Muslims in Europe called for articles dealing with contemporary issues of Islam and Muslims in Europe from all disciplines and across the whole region, as well as historical studies of relevance to the...
Through his new exhibition, now on display in Cambridge, photographer Ahmed Eckhard Krausen is showcasing the diversity of Islam in Europe and its close links to Christianity and Judaism...
The Muslim population in some European countries could triple by 2050 while it will barely change in others, according to new projections released by the Washington-based Pew Research...
Women and Shari’a Law: The Impact of Legal Pluralism in the UK is a critique of a paradigm that calls for the introduction of Islamic law in Western legal systems as a means of...
Dozens of religious leaders boarded a bus on the Champs Elysees in Paris on Saturday to kick off a European tour of the sites of recent terror attacks to remember the victims and...