37 News Items Tagged 'Islam'

From Medieval Sankore to Modern Say: Islamic Institutions of Higher Learning in Africa in Historical and Comparative Perspective (Video)
03.06.2014 News Story

Professor Ousmane Oumar Kane delivered the inaugural Prince Alwaleed bin Talal lecture on March 6, 2014.

The Muslims Rarely Heard
03.03.2014 News Story

Ahead of the inaugural Alwaleed Lecture, Ousmane Kane discusses his work and research and the transformation of Islamic identities.

Why Give? Religious Roots of Charity
12.12.2013 News Story

Some thoughts by HDS instructors on charity across religious traditions during the giving season.

What Can the Christian Category of Natural Theology Tell Us About Islam? (Video)
11.24.2013 News Story

Robert Morrison, Associate Professor of Religion at Bowdoin College, recently spoke at CSWR.

Promoting Peace in Pakistan
11.15.2013 News Story

HDS alumnus Aurangzeb Haneef teaches peace through religion in a country wracked by violence.

A Scholar's Brush with Religious Ire
10.01.2013 News Story Harvard Gazette

HDS alumnus Reza Aslan recounts how criticism of his book on Jesus fueled wide public discussion.

Aslan on Faith, Jesus, and Fox News
09.27.2013 News Story Harvard Magazine

HDS grad and bestselling author Reza Aslan speaks about about personal faith, the historical figure of Jesus, and writing for a popular audience.

Feminist Theology from Scratch
05.17.2013 News Story

WSRP research associate Zilka Spahic Siljak's work helps women survivors of war find and build peace.

Practicing Shariah Law: Seven Strategies for Achieving Justice in Shariah Courts
04.22.2013 Video

A panel discussion held April 22 on the book Practicing Shariah Law: Seven Strategies for Achieving Justice in Shariah Courts, written by Hauwa Ibrahim.

Finding 'a Solution to Closed Doors'
03.05.2013 News Story Harvard Gazette

At HDS, a female Muslim law judge describes how she advanced in a patriarchal field.