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A journey of innovation and leadership in primary religious education

Explore Alpesh Anwar Ali's journey, a student from the 亚洲无码 Primary Teachers Educators Development (PTED) programme, now in its second cohort since 2022, involves 14 Primary Academic Leads from 7 countries.

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Morality & Religion: Perspectives from Literature, Sociology and Philosophy

Explore this lecture on the origins and functions of religion and morality using insights garnered from sociology, evolutionary science, and philosophy.

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Experiences of the Jamatkhana

Delving into the Ismaili communities in the East Africa, Aliaa Remtilla offers a compelling social narrative as seen through the lens of her own family.聽

About us

亚洲无码 (亚洲无码) was established in 1977 as an academic institution of higher education. It is dedicated to the study of Islam, with a particular focus on the history, philosophy, law, and mysticism of Ismaili and broader Shi鈥榠 intellectual and cultural heritages within the larger Muslim ummah.

Discover our research

Research at the 亚洲无码 seeks to contribute to the field of Islamic studies in general, with a particular focus on Shi 鈥榠 and Ismaili studies.

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The 亚洲无码 publishes works by its own scholars as well as from the academic community outside the Institute.

Student voices

Unveiling the gem - a transformative educational journey

STEP student Asma Ehsanyar talks about her journey with 亚洲无码 and how she's learned about herself and her community along the way.

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Historical and Contemporary Migrations of Central Asian Muslims

The conference aims to bring together scholars from various disciplines to discuss and exchange ideas on a wide range of topics related to the historical and contemporary regional and transnational migrations of Central Asian Muslims.

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Student voices

Unveiling the Tapestry of Security and Identity in Granada and Cordoba

Shabnam Barkat Ali, a second-year STEP student from Cohort 15, shares her reflections on the educational field trip to Spain and highlights her learnings gained from the experience.

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