Network ReOrient

Network ReOrient

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Welcome to Network ReOrient. Our podcast will feature bimonthly interviews with thinkers, artists and community leaders who are committed to working under one of the strands of Critical Muslim Studies. Check out www.criticalmuslimstudies.co.uk/
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Welcome to Network ReOrient. Our podcast will feature bimonthly interviews with thinkers, artists and community leaders who are committed to working under one of the strands of Critical Muslim Studies. Check out www.criticalmuslimstudies.co.uk/
www.criticalmuslimstudies.co.uk/

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Alt Right, Kekistan, White Shariah: An Interview with Dr. Hizer Mir
An interview with Dr. Hizer Mir on the Alt Right and Islam.
21:31
November 16, 2019
Possessed by the Right Hand: An Interview with Prof. Bernard Freamon
In this episode, we interview Prof. Bernard Freamon on his new book “Possessed by the Right Hand”.
25:55
October 19, 2019
Slavery and Islam: A Conversation with Prof. Jonathan Brown
In this episode, we talk to professor Johnathan Brown about his new book, Slavery and Islam.
34:37
September 27, 2019
Schooling Muslims: Dreams of De-radicalization and the British Government
In this episode, Claudia Radiven and Samayya Afzal talk to us about the implementation of PREVENT in schools.
32:05
September 13, 2019
The Brotherhood’s Search for identity in a post-2013 context.
In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Lucia Ardovini to discuss the Brotherhood’s search for identity in a post-2013 context.
16:41
August 30, 2019
Re-examining Hassan Al-Banna’s model of dawah after the Arab Spring
An interview with Khalidah Ali on re-examining Hassan Al-Banna's model of dawah after the Arab Spring.
19:11
August 16, 2019
Just War & the Seal of Prophethood
An interview with Dr. Marco Demichelis in which we discuss the ideas of just war and the seal of prophethood.
20:53
July 26, 2019
BRISMES: Yahya Birt on Decolonial Muslim political Activism and Thought in Britain
An interview with Yahya Birt who speaks on decolonial Muslim political activism and thought in Britain.
24:55
July 12, 2019
BRISMES: Dr. Alexandre Caeiro on Politics of Islamic Law and Institutions in Qatar
An interview with Dr. Alexandre Caeiro in which we discuss Islamic law and institutions in Qatar, secularisation and the Ottomans.
18:25
July 5, 2019
Granada Dialogues: Ella Shohat Part 2
The second part of the interview with Prof. Ella Shohat in which ghosts, nationalism/national identity and its role in calls for liberation (amongst other topics).
33:05
June 28, 2019
Granada Dialogues: Ella Shohat
A conversation between Prof. Salman Sayyid and Prof. Ella Shohat on (amongst other topics) the significance of 1492, Orientalism and race.
28:31
June 21, 2019
Is Islamophobia Racism? An Interview with S. Sayyid
An interview with Salman Sayyid in which he addresses some of the criticisms  of the recent definition of Islamophobia as “a type of racism that targets Muslimness or perceived Muslimness.” To read more about the incident of Islamophobia mentioned in this podcast, please visit:  https://inews.co.uk/news/muslim-schoolgirls-filmed-racist-video-bow-girls-school-police-investigation/
23:48
June 14, 2019
Translations
An interview with Professor Shenhav in which the politics of translation is discussed.
39:11
June 7, 2019
On Alcohol, Islam and the Ontic: An Interview with Dr. Mustapha Sheikh
An interview with Dr. Mustapha Sheikh on his co-authored paper on alcohol, Islam and the ontic. For those who wish to read the paper in full, please visit the following link: http://iqbalcentre.leeds.ac.uk/files/2018/09/PDF.pdf
22:50
May 31, 2019
In Conversation with Richard Bulliet: World History and the Islamicate
In this episode, Richard Bulliet talks about his work in world and Islamicate history.
40:34
May 24, 2019
Sultan vs Dracula: An Interview with Razwan Ul-Haq
Interviewer: Hizer Mir An interview with renowned calligrapher and author Razwan ul-Haq talking about his graphic novel Sultan Vs Dracula.
17:34
May 17, 2019
Secularism, the State and Islam: An Interview with Dr. Nadia Fadil
An interview with Dr. Nadia Fadil who speaks about secularism the state and Islam. We delve into questions such as what it means to call Islam a lived and embodied reality and what the relationship is between Islam and secularism.
4:50:52
May 10, 2019
On Iqbal, Philosophy and Language: An Interview with Dr. Sabrina Lei
 Dr Sabrina Lei, Director of Tawasul Europe Centre for Dialogue and Research, is an emerging Italian Muslim philosopher and thinker.  Trained in Latin, Greek and ancient philosophy for over a decade, with a PhD from Pontifical Gregorian University (one of the prominent centres of Catholic scholarship in Rome)  in ancient Greek philosophy.  Dr Sabrina has, so far, translated  over 25  Muslim classics into Italian, besides producing her own five books, including a  biography of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and the  recently released book : Le comunita religioso non-musulmane nel mondo islamico : Un introduzione storica ( The non-Muslim Religious Community in the Muslim World : A Historical Introduction, March 2019). Some of her noted achievements include acclaimed Italian translations of Muhammad Iqbal’s philosophical reflection on Islam called The Reconstruction of Religious Thought in Islam.  Dr Sabrina is currently working to publish a new edition of Abdullah Yusuf Ali’s original English Quran translation, with an introductory study, to address the growing need for Quran translations with an inclusive and refined language in the West. This new edition of Yusuf Ali’s Quran translation is set to be published by Tawasul Europe later this year, insha Allah. Dr Sabrina is also currently in the final phase of her study on  the first Latin translation of the Quran (Lex Mahumet pseudoprophete, 1143). This study, backed up by linguistic, theological and philosophical insights, is set to show how this  translation  internalized and solidified many of the medieval Christian subjective notions about Islam, the Quran and Prophet (peace be upon him), and how it went on to  influence the later western approaches to the Quran translation, etc.  Tawasul Europe, a registered Italian Muslim charity-cum- think tank, founded by Dr Sabrina, is at the forefront of building bridges across cultures and religions in Italy.  Tawasul Europe works with  Vatican’s Interfaith Section, Rome Municipality and the Grand Mosque of Rome, along with around 10 universities and educational centres in Italy. 
19:45
April 2, 2019
In Conversation with Shabana Mir
Interviewer: Sofia Rehman A conversation with award-winning academic Dr. Shabana Mir discussing her recent study on the experiences of 'American Muslim' women on campus.
23:12
April 2, 2019
Critical Muslim Studies: Post Orientalism
Interviewer: Hizer Mir An interview with Prof. Salman Sayyid on post-orientalism, what it means and its place in CMS.
12:30
April 2, 2019
Critical Muslim Studies: Decoloniality
Interviewer: Hizer Mir An interview with Professor Salman Sayyid about decoloniality and its place in CMS.
14:31
April 2, 2019
Critical Muslim Studies: Post-Postivism
Interviewer: Hizer Mir An interview with Prof. Salman Sayyid on one of the theoretical constructs that underpins Critical Muslim Studies: Post-Positivism. 
22:22
April 2, 2019
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