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You’re Studying Us, But Who’s Studying You? The Imperative and Perils of Decolonizing Religious Studies

In January 2022, the MA in Religion and Public Life in the College of the Humanities proudly presented the first lecture in the 2022 Edgar and Dorothy Davidson Lecture Series, “You’re Studying Us, But Who’s Studying You? The Imperative and Perils of Decolonizing Religious Studies” with Dr. Oludamini Ogunnaike.


When the Hijaz was a Sufi Stronghold

In May 2022, Carleton’s Centre for the Study of Islam hosted When the Hijaz was a Sufi Stronghold with Dr. Naser Dumairieh.


From the Divine to the Human: New Perspectives on Evil, Suffering, and the Global Pandemic

In June 2022, the University of Cincinnati and the Carleton Centre for the Studies of Islam hosted “From the Divine to the Human: New Perspectives on Evil, Suffering, and the Global Pandemic,” a multi-day conference set to reinvigorate the study of the global philosophy of religion by utilizing the rich and unique resources of the Islamic intellectual tradition as well as contemporary Muslim philosophers’ creative engagements with these materials.