The IIS Student Recognition Awards were held at the Aga Khan Centre on July 29th, with students, faculty and staff attending. Find out more about our awardees.
The Islamic Gardens at King’s Cross were one of 15 across the UK capital chosen to feature in London Open Gardens’ virtual event.
Find out more about this inspiring exhibition, which brings together 22 international multimedia artists to interpret the concept of Al-Jannah—the Garden of Eden, or Paradise in Islam.
Watch the Understanding Shari‘a webinar, which brings together leading thinkers in the field to delineate what shari‘a is and what it is not.
Journey along the historic trade route in The Silk Road: A Living History, which opens in King’s Cross on April 8th.
Students in masks bumping elbows
The IIS continues to follow UK government guidelines on work and study during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our number one priority is ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all staff and students. The AKC building management team are working hard to make...
The Prophet Muhammad Islam and the Divine Message
Visit this page for details, interviews and short reads on The Prophet Muhammad: Islam and the Divine Message , the third book in our World of Islam series.
Dr. Farhad Daftary presents for the first time the illustrated biographies of all the 49 Ismaili imams in a series of concise narratives recounting their lives and actions, and through them the Ismaili community’s history and heritage. Find out more.
A Selection of Our Publications is Now Available in eBook Formats
We are delighted to launch a selection of free ebooks, which can now be read online or downloaded. Watch this space for new additions!

The Institute of Ismaili Studies was established in 1977 to promote scholarship of Muslim cultures and societies, historical as well as contemporary, leading to a better understanding of their relationship with other societies and faiths. 

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