14 October starting at 17:45 the Intersectional Centre for Inclusion and Social Justice will officially launch at Canterbury Christ Church University.
After a welcome by the vice-chancellor of the university there will be a keynote by Professor Naomi Goldenberg (University of Ottawa) – Queer Theory meets Critical Religion. The evening will be closed by the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
Tickets are available here.
INCISE Launch celebration (PDF)
Friday, 14 October 2016
Location – Michael Berry Lecture Theatre, CCCU, North Holmes Campus, Canterbury
|17:45||Welcome by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Rama Thirunamachandran|
|18:00||Keynote speaker followed by Q&A
Professor Naomi Goldenberg (Ottawa)
Queer Theory Meets Critical Religion
|19:00||Close by Dr Keith McLay, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities|
Islam and Social Justice
2016-2017 Lecture/research seminar series
(Mondays, fortnightly, 5-6pm, venue Lg16 (subject to change), CCCU, North Holmes Campus, Canterbury)
|17 Oct||Sheikha Halima Krausen (Hamburg): Islam and Social Justice||video|
|31 Oct||Bojan Koltaj: Žižek on Islam||video|
|14 Nov||Fahid Qurashi: Muslim Radicalisation in Britain|
|28 Nov||Lynn Revell: Islamophobia||video|
|05 Dec||Wim Peumans (University of Witwatersrand) – Queer Muslims in Belgium||video|
|23 Jan||Simon Hayhoe (Bath University): Islamic and Christian Perspectives on Disability||video|
|06 Feb||Tanya Halldórsdóttir: Islam and Gender in Yemen||video|
|20 Feb||Rami Younes: Islam and Social Justice: Perspectives from Syria||video|
|06 Mar||Zulfi Ali: Islam and Social Justice: Perspectives from Pakistan||video|