The Center for African Studies in collaboration with the Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Islamic Studies Program at Harvard University hosts events, workshops and conferences to explore the role of Islam in African Studies. One of the foundational conference series in this pursuit is the Islam in Africa Seminar Series. This series aims to trace the rich historical legacy of Islamic culture in Africa, as well as to discuss the implications of Islam in a rapidly modernizing and globalizing African continent.
Ousmane Oumar Kane
Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Professor of Contemporary Islamic Religion & Society
Professor of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations (FAS)
Professor of Indo-Muslim and Islamic Religion
Professor of African and African American Studies (FAS)
Leila N. Ahmed
Victor S. Thomas Professor of Divinity (HDS)
Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Islamic Studies Program at Harvard University
The Alwaleed Islamic Studies Program at Harvard University is dedicated to furthering the scholarly study of Islam and the Muslim world in a broadly interdisciplinary context and offers incomparable resources in its world-class faculty, extensive and multiple libraries, on-line resources, museums, area studies centers and research initiatives.
- Islam in Africa Brown Bag Series: Everyday Faith in Sufi Senegal
- Islam in Africa Brown Bag Series: Leadership is Female, is African, is Muslim Woman
- Islam in Africa Brown Bag Series: African Dominion: A New History of Empire in Early and Medieval West Africa
- Islam in Africa Brown Bag Series: Unbraiding the Qu'ran: Wolofal and the Tafsīr Tradition of Senegambia
- Islam in Africa Brown Bag Series: Quranic Schools in Northern Nigeria Everyday Experiences of Youth, Faith, and Poverty
- Islam in Africa Brown Bag Series: Transformation of the Pilgrimage Tradition in West Africa