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Dilemmas in the Prohibition of Slavery in Islam: How the Islamic States Gets Away with Slavery

Dilemmas in the Prohibition of Slavery in Islam: How the Islamic States Gets Away with Slavery
15 Devonshire Place, Room 200, Larkin Building
Time: Feb 22nd, 4:00 pm End: Feb 22nd, 6:00 pm
Interest Categories: Islamic Studies, Ethics, 2000-
Talk by Ebrahim Moosa, University of Notre Dame

The Centre for Ethics present Seminar Series

Dilemmas in the Prohibition of Slavery in Islam: How the Islamic States Gets Away with Slavery

Ebrahim Moosa, Professor of Islamic Studies, Co-director, Contending Modernities, Keough School of Global Affairs, University of Notre Dame, Indiana

Ebrahim Moosa's areas of expertise are global religion and human development; classical and modern Islamic thought. He is co-director of Contending Modernities, the global research and education initiative examining the interaction among Catholic, Muslim, and other religious and secular forces in the world. His newest book, What is a Madrasa? was published in March 2015 by the University of North Carolina Press.

This event is free and open to all. Registration is not required. For further information, please contact the Centre for Ethics at (416) 948-3208.

 

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