3rd February 2021
Professor Ebrahim Moosa will give the keynote address for the 2021 IIS Short Course on “Shari‘a: Development of Fiqh and Ethics in Muslim Contexts” in April.
25th January 2021
To mark this year’s International Education Day, with its theme “Recover and Revitalise Education for the COVID-19 Generation”, students, teachers and programme staff at the IIS’s Department of Graduate Studies reveal how the Institute’s programmes have responded to the pandemic.
14th December 2020
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.
17th November 2020
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.
27th October 2020
The IIS Alumni Association is pleased to announce the appointment of its elected leadership for the Asian, European and North American Chapter Groups.
19th October 2020
IIS alumna Zahira Virani Appointed as UN Resident Coordinator in Angola
Towards New Beginnings – A Collaborative Workshop Exploring Creative Ideas in Early Childhood Education
6th March 2020
IIS publication on Sharia receives award for outstanding academic title from the American Library Association
27th February 2020
The latest publication in the popular Muslim Heritage Series, The Shari‘a: History, Ethics and Law, edited by Dr Amyn B. Sajoo, has been recognised for its academic contribution to the contemporary discourse on Shari‘a by the American Library Association’s journal, Choice.
12th February 2020
Intellectual Interactions in the Islamic World: The Ismaili Thread, edited by Dr Orkhan Mir-Kasimov seeks to focus not only on the complex body of Islamic civilisations, but on the interactions and the links between different groups, in an attempt to better understand the whole.