Visram (Theology and Religion, University of Oxford):
'Preservation and Migration of the Indo-Ismaili Ginān Tradition'
Karam Alkatlabe (Architecture, University of Cambridge):
'Rebuilding Syria: What is the future of housing and informal settlements in post-war Damascus in light of the current reconstruction process?'
Qurratulain Faheem (Anthropology, University of Sussex):
'Exploring the Variant Perceptions of Human Body among Muslim Communities and its Influence on their Approaches Towards Organ Transplantation'
Sadiq S. Habib (Religious Studies, SOAS):
'Identity Processes Among Emerging Adult Ismailis in Europe and North America—A Study in Integral Anthropology.'
Taushif Kara (History, University of Cambridge):
'Colonial Born?’: Migration, Memory, and Islam for the Khoja of East Africa.'
Amaan Merali (Oriental Studies, University of Oxford):
'The Ottomans and the Ismailis (1887-1914): Imperial Perceptions of an Inter-Imperial Community'
Azzam Al-Kassir(Politics, Birkbeck, University of London):
'Continuity and Change in the Thought and Praxis of Salafi-Jihadism: Reading into the writings of the ideologues and Strategists of Jabhat al-Nusra in Syria'
Muhammad Dost Khan (History, Royal Holloway, University of London):
'Historicising Perceptions Of The West In Pakistan’s Political Discourse'
Aslisho Qurboniev(Asian & Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge):
‘The Organisation of Learning and Knowledge Transmission in Egypt and Ifrīqiyya under the Fāṯimids: Institutions, Patronage, Networks and Practices’
Karim Javan (Religious Studies, SOAS):
‘Qiyama in Ismaili Histories’
Rahim Gholami (Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, University of Exeter):
‘Ismaili Neoplatinism in two Fatimid texts: A comparative study of al-Sijistani's al-Yanabi and Nasir Khusraw's Khwan al-ikhwan with an annotated English translation of Khwan al-ikhwan’
Shumaila Hemani (Ethnomusicology, University of Alberta):
‘Singing the Shah-jo-Raag in Pakistan and India’
Zulfiqar Khimani (Sociology, University of Cambridge):
‘Transnational Religious Belonging: The Case of Nizari Ismaili Muslims’
Zarangez Karimova (Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, University of Exeter):
‘The Structure and Content Analysis of the Three Shīʽī Ḥadīth Works: Kitāb al-jami` al-Wāfī, Wasā’il al- Shīʻa ilā ahādīth al-sharīʻa and Bihār al-Anwār’
Ula Zeir (Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Edinburgh):
‘Salamiyya: A City of the Ismailis in the Nineteenth and early Twentieth Century Ottoman Syria (1839-1918)’
Laila Kadiwal (Sociology, University of Sussex): ‘Religious Pluralism in Ismaili Muslim Religious Education: From difference to diversity’
Sorbon Mavlonazarov (Anthropology, Durham University): ‘Changes and Continuity in Shrines Visitation in Badakhshan: A Case Study of Wakhan Valley’
Zamira Dildorbekova (Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, University of Exeter): ‘The Dynamics of Islam and Modernity in Tajikistan: Contemporary Ismaili Discourse’
Shayesteh Ghofrani (Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, University of Exeter): ‘Comparative analysis of the Concept of Wilaya in Shi'ism and Sufism in the Formative Period’
Sultonbek Aksakolov (History, SOAS): ‘Islam in Soviet Tajikistan: State Policy and the Practice of Religion from1950-85’
Shaftolu Gulamadov (Religious Studies, University of Toronto): ‘The Ethical Dimension of the Ismaili Tradition of Badakhshan’
Amier Saidula (Social Anthropology, University of Edinburgh): ‘A Last Refuge: National Law, Traditional Dispute Resolution and Tajik Survival in Xinjiang Today’
Zouhal Avzalshoeva (Law, University of Sussex): ‘Nobody beats an obedient woman': state and non-state responses to violence against women in Tajikistan’
Rafiq Rahim Ajani (Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, University of Exeter): ‘The Development of the Mystical Theology and Ethics of Rindi in Persian Poetry from the Eleventh to Fifteenth Centuries’
Sharaf Oshurbekov (Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of York, Toronto): ‘Contested Spaces and Contested Meanings: Isma’ili Muslim Places of worship in Badakhshan region’
Sabrina Datoo (History, University of Chicago): ‘Fashioning Muslim Life: Yunani Medicine and Muslim Liberalism in Colonial India c. 1880 – 1930’
Aly Kassam-Remtulla (Education, University of Oxford): ‘Muslim Chaplaincy on Campus: Institutional intent and implications’
Shiraz Hajani (South Asian Languages and Civilisations, University of Chicago): ‘The Great Resurrection – Reconstructing Alamut’
Wafi Momin (South Asian Languages and Civilisations, University of Chicago): ‘The Formation of Satpanth Ismaili Tradition in South Asia’
Zulfiya Ashurmamadova (Education, University of London): ‘Financing Education in Tajikistan: Tradition and Transition’
Jamil Kassam (Near Eastern Languages and Civilisations, University of Chicago): ‘The Nizaris during the Safavid Period’
Nourmamadcho Nourmamadchoev (History, SOAS): ‘The Ismailis of Badakhshan: History, Politics and Religion from 1500 to 1750’
Maryam Rezaee (Politics, University of York): ‘Women and Higher Education: An Analysis of Women’s Development, Empowerment, and Class Position with Special Reference to the Ismaili Women of Iran’
Karim Gillani (Music and Religious Studies, University of Alberta): ‘Sound and Recitation of Khoja Ismaili Ginans: Tradition and Transformation’
Otambek Mastibekov (Near and Middle Eastern Studies, SOAS): ‘Leadership and Authority of Ismailis: A Case Study of Badakhshani Community in Tajikistan’
Arif Jamal (Law, University College London): ‘Liberal Theory and Islam: (Re) Imagining a Muslim Public Square’
Marodsilton Mubarokshoeva (Education, University of Oxford): ‘Universities in Muslim Context: Concepts, Challenges, and Opportunities’
Nacim Pak (Anthropology of Media, SOAS): ‘Shi'i Expressions of Religion and Spirituality in Iranian Cinema’
Yahia Baiza (Education, University of Oxford): ‘Education in Afghanistan, 1901-2006: Developments, Influences and Legacies’
Abdulmamad Iloliev (Islamic Studies, University of Cambridge): ‘Poetic Expression of Pamiri Ismalism: The Life and Thought of Mubarak-i Wakhani, a Nineteenth-century Mystic Poet and Religious Scholar’
Vafo Navkarov (Philosophy, University College London): ‘Justice, Persons & Institutions’
Amin Mahdavi (Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, University of Edinburgh): ‘An Event-Driven Distribution Model for Automatic Insertion of Illustrations in Narrative Discourse: A Study Based on the Shahnama Narrative’
Gurdofarid Miskinzoda (Islamic Studies, SOAS): ‘On the Margins of Sira: Mughulta'i (689-762/1290-1361) and His Place in the Development of Sira Literature’
Saeed Zeydabadi-Nejad (Social Anthropology and Media Studies, SOAS): ‘Post Revolutionary Iranian Cinema: Ideology and Cinematic Critique’
Miriam Ali-de-Unzaga (Material Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford): ‘Weaving social life. Moroccan Rural Textiles, People and Changing Values’
Omar Ali-de-Unzaga (Islamic Studies, University of Cambridge): ‘The Use of the Qur'an in the Epistles of the Ikhwan al-Safa'
Laila Halani (Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford): ‘Discourses of Religion and Development: Agency, Empowerment and Choices for Muslim Women in Gujerat, India'
Fahmida Suleman (Islamic Art and Archaeology, University of Oxford): ‘The Lion, the Hare and Lustre Ware: Studies in the Iconography of Lustre Ceramics from Fāṭimid Egypt (969 - 1171 CE)’
Zulfikar Hirji (Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford): ‘The Co construction of Space and Relatedness Amongst Swahili speaking Muslims of the Indian Ocean: Zanzibar, Mombasa and Muscat’