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Islamic Reformulations: belief, violence, governance

1 September 2012 - 31 August 2015

PI/s in Exeter: Professor Robert Gleave

Funding awarded: £ 444,551

Sponsor(s): Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)

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Islamic Reformulations: belief, violence, governance

About the research

Islamic Reformulations is a three-year Global Uncertainties Leadership Fellowship (GULF), funded by Research Councils UK and administered by the Economic and Social Research Council.  The Fellowship aims to explore how Muslim thought has developed in the modern period, and how these modern developments relate to the pre-modern tradition of Islamic thought.  The project focuses on the interlinked themes of belief, governance and violence .

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