Professor Tariq Ramadan National Identity Lecture

11 March 2011

The fourth lecture in the Liverpool John Moores University ‘National Identity Lecture Series’ on Wednesday 16th March, will welcome Professor Tariq Ramadan, Professor of Contemporary Islamic Studies at Oxford University, for a talk on 'Europe, Islam and Pluralism'. Described by Time Magazine as ‘one of the 50 most influential academics in the world’, he is also the author of the critically acclaimed ‘Radical Reform, Islamic Ethics and Liberation’.

Dr Frank McDonough, LJMU Reader in History said:

“It is important for the University to welcome high ranking academics whose expertise can greatly enhance the student experience and offer important additions for discussion of key issues of relevance in the world today.”

Event details

Date: Wednesday 16th March 2011

Time: 5.00 pm in the student zone at Hope Street (lecture to start at 5.30pm)

Location: Lecture - Main Lecture Theatre (G.07) ground floor, Liverpool John Moores University, 68 Hope Street

For further details and to book a lecture place:  Frank McDonough- History Sonny Kandola  Organisers of the National Identity series.

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