Origins, Evolution, and Contemporary Manifestations of Islamism
During the Diamond Jubilee year, there will be several efforts to bring community together to enhance our personal connections and grow our understanding of the world around us.
As a part of this initiative, young professionals and college students are invited to participate in a rare opportunity to engage with preeminent scholar of Islamic Studies, Dr. Alnoor Dhanani.
The event details are as follows:
Date: Saturday, September 30, 2017
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: HPC Jamatkhana
Dr. Dhanani is an intellectual historian specializing in the interaction between science, theology and philosophy in historical and contemporary Islamic civilizations. He is currently a Visiting Fellow at the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures at Harvard University and is teaching at Brown University and Tufts University.
The evening will begin promptly following Jamatkhana ceremonies, and will kick-off with refreshments and professional networking.
Dr. Dhanani will then conduct a workshop titled, "Origins, Evolution, and Contemporary Manifestations of Islamism" which explores the phenomenon of Islamism and the various forces that continue to shape the perceptions of Islam. Dr. Dhanani's presentation will conclude with an interactive discussion on some of the most pressing issues in our world today.
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Finonline is a platform to enhance the jamat’s economic prospects by facilitating opportunities for finding better jobs, hiring talented employees, marketing Ismaili businesses, improving business connections and acquiring financial know-how.
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The Ismaili USA App
The Jamati Institutions are excited to launch the Ismaili USA mobile app for Apple and Android devices. This informational app provides details on Diamond Jubilee initiatives, programs and activities, announcements, and news. Get up to date information on your regional events, and add them directly to your calendar. The app is available for download only in the United States.