Newsletter 201
Newsletter 201
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Newsletter 201
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News
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New Zealand Christchurch terrorist attack report highlights failings by social media giants

December 8, 2020
An 800-page inquiry into the March 2019 Christchurch mosque attack, which claimed the lives of 51 Muslim worshippers, sheds light on...
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What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain?

December 14, 2020
Secondary school pupils are sharing their thoughts about what it means to be a Muslim in Britain, thanks to free teaching and learning resources developed at Cardiff University. Discovering Muslims in Britain is a program of nine lessons based on cutting-edge sociological...
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Muslim scholar offers his COVID-19 vaccine for free by UN

December 15, 2020
Professor of Immunology at University of Mainz, Germany Ugur Sahin offered his COVID-19 vaccine for free access under the auspices of the United Nations. Speaking in an exclusive...
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Recent Publications

Quoting the Quran: A Reference Handbook for Authors and Scholars

Publisher: Blautopf Publishing (July 18, 2020)
Editor: Saad D. Abulhab
This handbook is a reference tool intended to help authors, scholars, and anyone else provide accurate and standardized quotations from the Quran, both from linguistic and historical perspectives. The first volume of the handbook includes the full text of the Quran using a font mimicking its earliest script, Mashq or Early Kufic, and it is provided in two formats, with and without diacritic vowel marks. The font used to generate the full texts in...
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Courses & Conferences
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Expectations of Justice and Political Power in the Islamicate World (ca. 600-1500 CE)

Call for Papers | Proposal Deadline: March 1, 2021
This conference examines how such expectations of justice shaped political discourse and behavior in the early and medieval caliphate (ca. 600...
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Canon and Censorship in the Islamic Intellectual and Theological History

Call for Papers | Abstract Deadline: January 15, 2021
The conference welcomes papers that focuses on certain texts, ideas or individuals that were perceived by Muslim communities as canon, authorities, or constitutional ideas and texts...
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Online Short Course: Muslims in the UK

January 12-February 2, 2021 | Online (via Zoom)
Muslims have been present in the UK in sizeable numbers since the 1960s. Many are born here living their whole lives as British citizens, others arrived yesterday. Muslims can be found in all walks of life and the diversity of Muslim backgrounds when it comes to ethnicity...
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Short Course: Introduction to Islam

January 11-27, 2021 | The Islamic College
The course is divided into 3 sections:
Theology – Including the Islamic conception of God, the soul, and the afterlife; beliefs about scripture and revelation; Islamic views of other religions; and life’s big questions.
Islamic History – How did Islam come into...
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The Open-Oxford-Cambridge Doctoral Partnership

Application Deadline: January 12, 2021
The Open University is pleased to offer AH funding through the Open-Oxford-Cambridge AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership. The DTP is a consortium of three universities underpinned...
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Midlands 4Cities Doctoral Training Partnership

Application Deadline: January 13, 2021
Midlands 4Cities offers two routes for PhD study: 1) Open Doctoral Award: These awards invite you to design and agree a research project with academic supervisors within the M4C partnership. There is the potential to build cross-institutional supervisory teams to maximize fit...
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Islamic Projects
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Beyond Foundationalism: New Horizons in Muslim Analytic Theology

A three-year research project funded by the John Templeton Foundation and hosted by Cambridge Muslim College. Beyond Foundationalism: New Horizons in Muslim Analytic Theology is a new research project led by Dr Ramon Harvey,...
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MAX Muslim Awards for Excellence

Muslim Awards for Excellence is an organization with a vision ‘To elevate the brand of Muslims in Canada by recognizing & motivating high achievement, positive and productive contributions to society by Muslims in Canada.’ In an effort to recognize, celebrate, encourage and motivate such achievements, commitment to...
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