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Ebrahim Moosa

Challenges in re-thinking Islam

Apr 15, 2003
from 04:00 PM to 06:00 PM

53A Olson Hall

Religious Studies Program presents

Ebrahim Moosa
Associate Research Professor of Religion
Duke University
Professor Moosa has a PhD from the University of Cape Town. He has worked extensively in the field of Islamic thought, rethinking Islam in modernity and has met with foremost thinkers, activists and role-players in the Muslim world. He also has had extensive experience in collaborating in human rights causes in the anti-apartheid struggle and he is considered to be among the foremost figures of a new generation of Muslim thinkers.


Co-sponsored with Center for History, Society, and Culture; Davis Humanities Institute; Department of Anthropology; Department of History; Institute of Governmental Affairs

For more information contact Baki Tezcan: btezcan@ucdavis.edu

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