Join us for the launch of this long-awaited and highly anticipated volume "On Women", the second in An Anthology of Qur'anic Commentaries.
This lecture examines Ismāʿīlī revolts in the 9th-10th c. CE against the wider backdrop of other rural insurgencies.
STEP student Anusha Hudda shares her experience of living with her peers from around the world in Victoria Hall.
The acquisitions of a photo album from Soviet Tajikistan and three rare coins, including a Nizari copper coin possibly struck at Alamut, enhance the unique collections.
This paper focuses on the Alawi Bohra community in Vadodara, Gujarat, and their khizānat al-kutub, or treasury of books.
GPISH (2018) alumna Semina Halani received a scholarship from Harvard University to attend a four-week Institute of World Literature Summer Programme in July.
WTEP (1994) alumna Nazneen Lakhani attended the G7 Summit as a Hindi Interpreter in June. Here she gives an insight into her experience, which included working with India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi.