Reading Muslims is a multi- and interdisciplinary conversation that re-examines the place of textuality in Islamic studies. Made up of a network of academics, scholars, and researchers, Reading Muslims aims to elevate our understanding of Islam, Muslims, and society.
Jeffrey G. Reitz
January 26, 2023
Not much. France and Canada take opposite approaches to immigration and diversity, yet differences in Muslim and other minority integration are mainly demographic and institutional in origin.
November 18, 2022
Anver Emon, Professor of Law and History at the UofT, sits down with Youcef Soufi for an indepth discussion on his latest book Jurisdictional Exceptionalism, co-written with Urfan Khaliq.
November 1, 2022
Baljit Nagra, Associate Professor at OttawaU's Department of Criminology, Muslims' discusses her book Securitized Citizens: Canadian Muslims Experiences of Race Relations and Identity Formation Post 9/11.
Professor of Law and History
Canada Research Chair in Islamic Law & History
Director, Institute of Islamic Studies
Institute of Islamic Studies, University of Toronto