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Cambridge Interfaith Programme


This event is the second of three roundtables organised by the REACH Research Hub at Wolfson College Cambridge under the heading ‘Hierarchies of Racism?’ 


Professor Tariq Modood MBE is the founding Director of the University of Bristol's Research Centre for the Study of Ethnicity and Citizenship. He has held over 40 grants and consultancies (UK, European and US), has over 35 (co-)authored and (co-)edited books and reports and over 250 articles or chapters in political philosophy, sociology and public policy.

Dr Aminul Hoque MBE is a lecturer in the Educational Studies Department at Goldsmiths College. Aminul's writing and work focuses on issues of multicultural Britain, identity, social justice, youth policy, religion, race relations and Islamic feminism. His book British Islamic Identity: Third Generation Bangladeshis from East London (2015) is an in-depth ethnographic study of young Bangladeshis from East London examining areas of cultural, linguistic, national, religious and gender identities.

Awa Farah is a PhD student at Churchill College. She obtained her MPhil from the University of Cambridge, Wolfson College and her MSc from the London School of Economics. Her research examines migration and mobility of Black Muslim diaspora groups in the UK. Outside of her academic work, Awa is also an award-winning filmmaker and founder of Siman Foundation, an NGO that democratises access to education.


This event is organised by the REACH Research Hub. Those wishing to attend are asked to register in advance. 


The Race, Ethnicity, and Cultural Heritage (REACH) research hub at Wolfson is a transformative space that hosts collaborative action between Wolfson fellows, students and staff, to ignite and support culturally diverse research that impacts on global communities. The REACH team draws upon and combines academic expertise across the College and wider University. 

Thursday, 29 February, 2024 - 17:30 to 19:00
Event location: 
Wolfson College, Cambridge

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