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    Thank you David!

    Yesterday we had to say goodbye to one of the team members that has been with us from the very beginning. He has been a valued and extremely helpful colleague to all of as the Knowing Each Other project. We congratulate him and wish him all the best with his new position as a post-doctoral […]

  • Mohamed Mathee

    Researcher Profile – Mohamed Mathee

    Mohamed Mathee was trained in Shari’ah and modern law at Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt from 1993-1998 (BA/Honours). The course entailed the study of Islamic substantive law (fiqh) and jurisprudence, and the legislative history of Islam in addition to Egypt’s modern law (public and private). In 2004 he obtained a Masters degree in social sciences […]

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    Researcher Profile – Yomi Ogunsanya

    Yomi Ogunsanya received his PhD in Anthropology from the University of Ibadan in Nigeria in 2014. Prior to this, he had studied for a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre Arts and a Master of Arts degree in Anthropology from the same university. His PhD thesis which is in the area of Anthropology of Media, investigates […]

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    2016 Cadbury Conference

    The 2016 Cadbury conference ‘Bodies of Text: Learning to be Muslim in West Africa’ will be held on the 30th June and 1st July 2016 at the Department of African Studies and Anthropology University of Birmingham. This conference explores the practices, disciplines and debates through which West Africans learn to be Muslims. Conference hashtag: #bodiesoftext […]

  • Issouf Binaté

    Researcher Profile – Issouf Binaté

    Dr Issouf Binaté obtained his PhD from University Félix Houphouët Boigny in December 2012 and is currently a researcher at University Alassane Ouattara (Côte d’Ivoire). Author of several publications on Arab-Islamic education, he pursues his postdoctoral studies on Islamic NGOs and contemporary dynamism of Islam – with brotherhood revival and their associated movements – in […]

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Akinduro Kehinde, Charles Omotayo, Rita Ajayi, Bayo Adewusi

Do you have friends of other religions? Friendship and religious difference in southwestern Nigeria

Insa Nolte and Rebecca Jones Please reference this blog post as: Nolte, I. and Jones, R., May 2015. ‘Do you have friends of other religions? Friendship and religious difference in southwestern Nigeria’, Knowing Each Other, http://www.knowingeachother.com/2015/05/13/do-you-have-friends-of-other-religions-friendship-and-religious-difference-in-southwestern-nigeria. European Research Council grant agreement no. 283466.   One of the central aims of the Knowing Each Other project […]

Tosin Akinjobi and Babs Babatunde on their Muslim-Christian weddding day April 2013

‘Religion is not a barrier’? Inter-religious marriage in respondents’ own words

Please reference this blog post as: Nolte, I. and Jones, R., April 2015. ‘Inter-religious marriage in our survey respondents’ own words’, Knowing Each Other, http://www.knowingeachother.com/2015/04/15/religion-is-not-a-barrier-inter-religious-marriage-in-respondents-own-words/. European Research Council grant agreement no. 283466. In our last blog post, we looked at the statistics about those people who were most likely to say they could advise inter-religious […]

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Who is most likely to be in favour of inter-religious marriage in southwestern Nigeria?

  Insa Nolte and Rebecca Jones Please reference this blog post as: Nolte, I. and Jones, R., March 2015. ‘Who is most likely to be in favour of inter-religious marriage in southwestern Nigeria?’, Knowing Each Other, http://www.knowingeachother.com/2015/03/25/who-is-most-likely-to-be-in-favour-of-inter-religious-marriage-in-southwestern-nigeria/. European Research Council grant agreement no. 283466.   In contrast to many other countries, the Knowing Each Other ethnographic […]

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