8th April 2021
The conference explored a variety of manifestations of Islamic culture in ‘Greater Khurāsān’, a medieval name for a vast geographical area situated in the easternmost part of the Islamic world.
8th April 2021
There is an urgent need to delineate what shari‘a is and what it is not; the Understanding Shari‘a webinar brings together leading thinkers in the field for this purpose.
6th April 2021
In the second in our series of student blogs, first-year STEP student Nazia Sajid Karmali talks about finding her IIS family.
1st April 2021
The Silk Road: A Living History, an open-air photography exhibition documenting Christopher Wilton-Steer’s journey along the historic trade route, opens in King’s Cross on April 8th.
17th March 2021
The IIS’s new Board of Governors met staff and shared their early plans for the Institute on March 5th in an online town hall.
15th March 2021
Second-year students on the Graduate Programme in Islamic Studies and Humanities (GPISH) presented their MA dissertation research proposals on March 2nd.
11th March 2021
In the first of a new series of student blogs, final-year STEP student Attiya Nathoo shares the top three lessons she's learned during her time at the IIS.
8th March 2021
For International Women’s Day, we asked IIS staff and students to highlight one woman from Muslim societies and cultures who inspires them—and who they think more people should know about.
4th March 2021
For World Book Day, librarians Pedro Sánchez Rodriguez and Shah Hussain discuss the Aga Khan Library's recently launched digital Ismaili Printed Materials Collection and its unique resources.