In this lecture, Ali Asani, Professor of Indo-Muslim Religion and Cultures and Director of the Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Islamic Studies Program at Harvard University, uses his expertise to discuss historic and contemporary Shia and Sufi devotional traditions.
This lecture took place on June 26, 2016 in the Aga Khan Museum auditorium and is the fifth in a six-part lecture series titled “Islam and Muslims in the 21st Century.” The series features scholars and journalists who are leading thought-provoking conversations about Muslims and Islam today.
- Professor Ali Asani at the Aga Khan Museum: Communing with the Divine: Islamic Mystical Traditions and the Arts
- Islam & Muslims in the 21st Century: The Qur’an in the 21st Century – Walid Saleh’s Lecture at the Aga Khan Museum
- Islam & Muslims in the 21st Century: Media, Muslims and Free Speech – Toronto Star’s Haroon Siddiqui’s Lecture at the Aga Khan Museum
- Aga Khan Museum’s 2016 lecture series: Hybrid Identities: Muslim Arab Youth and the West
- Aga Khan Museum Explores Islam and Muslims Today
- Aga Khan Museum 2016 Lecture Series: Islam and Muslims in the 21st Century