Please join us for a celebration of the special issue of The Muslim World on Hindu-Muslim relations. Our panel of speakers will include Professors Lucinda Mosher and Yahya Michot of Hartford Seminary and Shaunaka Rishi Das of the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies.
Free access to the articles in this special edition are available at this link until Dec. 31, 2017.
Professor Lucinda Allen Mosher is Faculty Associate in Interfaith Studies. She teaches courses on chaplaincy, religious diversity, and Christian-Muslim relations. Concurrently, she is Assistant Academic Director of the Building Bridges Seminar—an annual dialogue of Christian and Muslim scholars founded by the Archbishop of Canterbury and now under the stewardship of Georgetown University.
Professor Yahya Michot teaches Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim Relations. He is also the current editor of the journal “The Muslim World” edited by the Seminary. He is internationally recognized as a specialist of both the Iranian philosopher Avicenna (d. 1037) and the Syrian theologian-mufti Ibn Taymiyya (d. 1328).
Shaunaka Rishi Das is from Wexford, Ireland. He has been Director of the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies since its inception in 1997. He maintains the vision and ethos of the Centre on behalf of the Board of Governors, and encourages the Centre’s continued growth and development in all spheres. He has overall responsibility for its fundraising, administration, and communication.
This event is free and open to the public, but registration is strongly encouraged.