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Cambridge Interfaith Programme

An elderly woman holds a curved stick with strings (the bow of an instrument). Next to her a white-haired man points to the wooden back of a long-necked musical instrument.

Led by the Colloquy convenors, this session will include an introduction to the theme and an overview of practical arrangements.

The advance reading for this session is:

  • Barbara Cooper (1999) ‘The strength is in song: Muslim personhood, audible capital, and Hausa women's performance of the Hajj’. Social Text 60: 87–109.


This event is part of the CIP Summer Colloquy on Religious relations and sound (3 July to 7 August, 2023). Attendance is restricted to those participating in the Colloquy. 

Monday, 3 July, 2023 - 13:00 to 14:30
Event location: 
Online (Zoom) - times specified are for Cambridge, UK

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