The Muis Lecture Series

The Muis Lecture Series is an annual series. It features eminent statesmen, intellectual leaders, thinkers of international standing and prominent personalities, who delivers an address relating to Islam and its relationship with the modern world and its current realities. The series also focuses on new trends in Muslim thoughts and ideas in dealing with change and modernity in the context of changing global challenges of the 21th Century.

  • In 2017, Sheikh Abdallah Bin Bayyah delivered the Muis Lecture entitled Faith, Compassion and Human Dignity

  • In 2014, Dr Ismail Serageldin delivered a talk entitled The Role of History in Islamic Education

  • In 2011, Sheikh Dr Mustafa Ceric delivered the Muis Lecture on The Challenge of Diversity in Modern Society

  • In 2010, Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf delivered a talk entitled Forging a Common Humanity

  • In 2009, Sheikh Dr Ahmed Bader Eddin Hassoun delivered the Muis Lecture, entitled Islam’s Enduring Values for Humanity

  • In 2007, Archbishop Rowan Williams delivered a talk entitled, Religious Diversity and Social Unity

  • In 2007, Karen Armstrong delivered a talk entitled The Role of Religion in the New Millennium

  • In 2006, Sheikh Dr Muhammad Syed Tantawi delivered a lecture titled Islam and its Place in The Modern World

Last updated on 26/3/2019