Exploring the Notion of 'Sunna': A Reading of Malik's al-Muwatta on Evidence (Arabic and English)

Date: 18 November 2015
Dr Gianluca Parolin, Associate Professor, Institute for the Study of Muslim Cultures, Aga Khan University, London, United Kingdom
Dr Parolin joined the Aga Khan University's Institute for the Study of Muslim Cultures (AKU's ISMC) in September 2015 with a specialism in comparative law. He is also the University lead on the Governance Project. Parolin previously worked at the American University Cairo in the Department of Law, having served as a research fellow and earlier as a post-doc in the Law Department of the University of Torino (Italy), his Alma mater, which awarded him an LLB/LLM (2001, with honours) and later a PhD in public law (2006).
Over the past few years, Parolin has held visiting positions in New York, Rome, Tokyo, Trento and Zurich.
The seminar will offer a taster session for prospective students who are interested in studying at postgraduate level and will encourage attendees to actively participate, debate and challenge. The seminar is open to students and the public.
AKU's ISMC works to illuminate the historical and contemporary aspects of Muslim societies and to create a platform for fresh thinking about their futures through research, publications, public events and an interdisciplinary Masters of Arts that attracts students from around the world to its London campus.
The seminar will be conducted in English.
University of Central Asia, 47A Druzhba Narodov Avenue, Dushanbe, Room 101.
Please RSVP to ramila.mukairshoeva@ucentralasia.org  with your name and affiliation. 
* The views presented in this seminar are those of the presenter and not necessarily those of the University of Central Asia or any of its staff
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