Muslim-Christian Encounters in History and Theology

The Centre for Muslim-Christian Studies
Tuesdays 2:30-4:00 pm , unless otherwise stated

Michaelmas 2017 Research Seminars
Muslim-Christian Encounters in History and Theology
A series of seminars designed to give scholars and graduate students a chance to present their in-progress research.

17th October
Alasdair Watson
Bodleian Libraries and Oriental Institute, University of Oxford
From the Venerable Bede to George Sale, Gentleman: Glimpses of the History of European Engagement with Islam as reflected in the Collections of the Bodleian Libraries, Oxford

30th October (MONDAY)
Mohammed Gamal Metawea
PhD candidate
SOAS, University of London
Towards Building a Muslim Theology
of Religions: Salvation in the Islamic Tradition in conversation with the Christian discussion of exclusivism, inclusivism and pluralism

14th November
Dr Georgina Jardim
CMCS International Partnerships Faciltator
Experiencing Qur’anic studies research as a Chris-tian: the Qur’an as a theology of signs?

21st November
Dr Philip Booth
A.G. Leventis Lecturer in Eastern Christianity, University of Oxford
Writing the History of the Muslim Con-quest of Egypt

28th November
Hazel Anderson
Oxford Centre for Mission Studies, formerly Archivist at the National Records of Scotland
Exploring the role of women in Christian mission in Syria and Egypt from 1860-1930s through the MECO Archive in the CMCS Library

All welcome!
Light refreshments are available 30 minutes before the seminar begins.

CMCS, The Song School, 109A Iffley Rd, Oxford, OX4 1EH

Sorry, there are currently no talks scheduled in this series.