Islamic Studies Work-in-Progress Colloquium

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Islamic Studies Work-in-Progress Colloquium

Submission deadline: Sunday 14 May 2023 (Week 3)

Monday 5 June 2023, 11am to 1:30pm (Week 6)

Seminar Room, Radcliffe Humanities


The Islamic Studies Work-in-Progress Colloquium is a termly seminar that allows postgraduate students researching an Islamic Studies related topic to present their research in a relaxed and welcoming environment. See the topics that were presented at our previous seminars: Michaelmas Term and Hilary Term.


Work-in-Progress Colloquium

Islamic Studies Network

Seminar Room, Radcliffe Humanities, Oxford

TT 2023 | 5 June 2023 | 11AM to 1:30PM


Convenor: Sina Maghami Nick



Syamilah Heng 

MSt in Islamic Studies and History

Qirāʾāt transmission prior to 310/923: Comparing Tafsīr al-Ṭabarī and Ibn Mujāhid’s al-Sabʿa

Kasra Shiva

MSt in Islamic Studies and History

Sharing a goblet with an Ismaili Da’i: Wine drinking and its ethos in Nizari Quhistani’s Dastur-nama

Imran Visram

DPhil in Religion

Imam Ali as an avatāra of Vishnu: An introduction to the teachings of the Satpanth Pirs

Muhammad Atcha
DPhil in Socio-Legal Studies

Analyzing Rohingya refugees dispute resolution practices

Refreshment Break

Jasmin Naur Hafiz

Msc in Economics for Development

Ethno-religious violence and group outcomes: Assessing intergenerational mobility among Muslims in India

Wesam Hassan

DPhil in Anthropology

'Al- Nefs and its doings': Navigating the moral binaries in engagement with games of chance activities in Istanbul 

Abid Zaidi

MPhil in Modern Middle Eastern Studies

From talabā to dāneshjuyān – establishing a transnational religious economy in the “export” of the Islamic Revolution from Iran to India




The Islamic Studies Network (ISN) is part of the TORCH Critical-Thinking Communities