This series of seminars aims to explore topical issues in Islam, the Muslim world and the Middle East.
Aimed at final year undergraduate, postgraduate research students and academics who wish to share their research interests with colleagues and researchers in the field of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, the seminars will develop the understanding of Islam and the Middle East from political, socio-cultural, religious, economic and anthropological perspectives.
Enes Yalcin, Dundee University PhD student, will be leading the upcoming seminar with discussions of ‘Social and psychological implications of hajj (pilgrimage): An Islamic comparative approach’.
To register your interest, please email [email protected]
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