Third-year students on the Graduate Programme in Islamic Studies and Humanities (GPISH) have presented their field research papers to an audience of academics, students and staff.
In many ways, the latest instalment in the World of Islam series by Stephen Burge, The Prophet Muhammad: Islam and the Divine Message, is about the idea of change. As the book points out, change is at the heart of a prophet’s mission. Prophets are sent to condemn the wrongdoings of a society, tackle the challenges it faces and, in turn, provoke a positive change in the beliefs and behaviours of individuals and communities.
On Thursday 19 November the Aga Khan Library will take part in History Day, which connects students and researchers with information professionals from libraries, archives and research organisations across the UK.
The IIS Alumni Association is pleased to announce the appointment of its elected leadership for the Asian, European and North American Chapter Groups.