How do you work towards coexistence in a place of conflict? Muslim and Christian teachers in Lamu and Mombasa worked together to find out.
Going to conferences in the summer can be a bit like a travelling circus. The same people keep popping up at different places…
Jessica Tearney-Pearce discusses the theme and content of a recent workshop held at Universität Konstanz, ‘Shifting cultures and rituals in the medieval Mediterranean and beyond’
Mark Harris describes the outcome of his “Quest” to find the location of medieval Huntingdon’s synagogue
MPhil student Mohammad Shomali reflects on his academic year on the University of Cambridge MPhil in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (Specialisation: Muslim-Jewish Relations)
Eva Simmons discusses two tales of love for the ‘Other’ – in the Modern Middle East
Dr Andy Tix reflects on the centrality of awe in Jewish, Christian, and Muslim experience, and the potential for this emotion to promote peaceful relations across groups
Amine El Yousfi, awardee of the Woolf Institute Cambridge Scholarship, reflects on his first year on the PhD programme at the University of Cambridge