Eid is a time for coming together as a family and as a community after the fasting of Ramadan – and this past Ramadan was an especially long fast for Muslims in Britain, straddling the longest days of the calendar at the height of summer in our northern latitude. In Cardiff, the Welsh Assembly hosted […]
The following piece appeared in The Muslim Weekly on Friday 17th of April 2015
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“Cardiff University has leapt to 5th in the Research Excellence Framework (REF) based on the quality of our research, a meteoric rise that confirms our place as a world-leading university.” Research undertaken by the Islam UK Centre is used as a case study as an example of research impact. Improving pastoral care for Muslims The positive effect of […]
The following fully funded scholarships are available at the Islam-UK Centre at Cardiff University, starting in September 2015: Cardiff University Jameel PhD Scholarships – 4 scholarships (starting 2015/16 academic year). We are seeking exceptional UK resident applicants with a first class, or upper second class honours degree and/or Masters degree. Research proposals in the […]
The Islam UK Centre was given an excellent report from the External Examiner. See the full report →
All of our 2014 Public Lecture series Videos are now available on our Vimeo Site and can be found in the 2014 Album.
Dr Mansur Ali will be delivering this course starting on the 29th January 2014 In recent years Islam has piqued the interest of politicians, the media and the public, especially following September 11, 2001 and July 7, 2005. Thanks to an over-reliance on media coverage and a lack of access to authentic Islamic teachers, many […]
Booking for our 2014 Public Lecture Series is now open! See the Public Lecture page for booking details and the new 2014 Brochure for details of the speakers, other activities and development around the Islam UK Centre
The Islam UK Centre room. Room 4.21 in the john Percival Building is the new home for the Islam UK Centre. The room has been completely renovated and now boasts a state-of-the-art Audio Visual set up with large flat screen TV connected to University’s IT infrastructure.
- Kate Hodgson – Has social media normalised Islamophobia? Observations of the aftermath of the attack on the Finsbury Park Mosque
- Michael Munnik – On complex reporting about Muslims
- Matthew Vince – ‘Being There’: A brief reflection on shadowing Muslim RE teachers
- Dr Mansur Ali – Shifting discourse in the Muslim organ donation debate: reports of finding
- Centre staff – Making a Halal Berger?