The Iqbal Academy Scandinavia, based in Copenhagen, organises a seminar on ”The role of Sufism in modern Islam theologically, politically and socially in Pakistan and Denmark” on Saturday 10 November 2012. The seminar is co-organised by the Islamic-Christian Study Centre (IKS) and the Centre for European Islamic Thought (CEIT) at University of Copenhagen.
Venue: Faculty of Theology, 1st floor, aud.7, Købmagergade 46, Copenhagen.
The seminar includes lectures by Professor Javed Majeed, Director of Comparative Literature Programme/Dept. of English Language and Literature, King’s College London, UK, who will speak about ”Iqbal, Sufism and Post colonialism”; and by PhD candidate Iram Nisa Asif from the Dept. of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen, who will speak about ”The taste of Sufism: Dhikr and social cohesion in Danish Sufi circles”. More information.