Islam: Faith and Culture
Posted on February 27, 2017 18:06
Islam: Faith and Culture

A 1-Day Course to be held at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies

Date: April 1, 2017 @ 9:00 am – 5:15 pm 

Venue: Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, Marston Rd, Oxford OX3 0EE, UK

Instructor: Dr Basil Mustafa

Islam is a universal faith, which inspires the lives of a billion followers in the world today. Muslims have a great diversity in language, art and culture. Their societies, however, share a firm monotheistic tradition that permeates all aspects of Muslim practice and civilization.

The course aims to illuminate a variety of issues that underscore the vitality of Islam and its social impact. It provides a guide to understanding the role of Islam in private and public spheres using a variety of educational interactive means. The course aims to provide a sound basis for an informed discussion on a subject, which has been steadily attracting national and global interest.

Dr Basil Mustafa, M.Sc (Leeds), Ph.D (Loughborough), M.Ed (Oxon), Kellogg College Tutor, Department for Continuing Education, University of Oxford. Senior Bursar. Nelson Mandela Fellow