مايو 2019

31/05/2019
Watch the insightful presentations by Dr Daniel Beben and Dr Daryoush M. Poor on the remarkable life and career of the 46th hereditary Ismaili Imam - Hasan Ali Shah - during a book launch event on 1 May at the Aga Khan Centre.
31/05/2019
In this lecture, Professor Safi delves deeper into the essence of the spiritual path with a story from Rumi’s Masnavi to demonstrate how the mystics conveyed their teachings of the Divine.
30/05/2019

On 26 March, Professor Omid Safi, Director of Duke University’s Islamic Studies Centre, took audiences through a mystical journey in his talk entitled, Radical Love: Teachings from the Islamic Mystical Tradition at the Aga Khaninfo-icon Centre. 

10/05/2019

Colleagues and staff will remember with great affection Kutubdin (Kutub) Kassam, who passed away in London on 24 March 2019 at the age of 75. 

15/05/2019
Watch this video to follow the eventful journey of the first Aga Khan from Persia to the Indian Subcontinent. View maps of his travels, the different locations where he resided and his interactions with the various political authorities of the time.
16/05/2019

Shedding light on this understudied, yet significant period in Ismaili history, the joint Editors of The First Aga Khaninfo-icon: Memoirs of the 46th Ismaili Imaminfo-icon, Dr Daniel Beben and Dr Daryoush Mohammad Poor, gave insightful presentations and discussed the remarkable life and career of the 46th hereditary Ismaili Imam - Hasan Ali Shah - during a book launch event on 1 May at the Aga Khan Centre.

09/05/2019

In honour of the late Professor Annemarie Schimmel, IIS held its annual memorial lecture on 29 April, entitled Paradise Found: ʿAyn al-Quḍāt on Qur’anic Origins which was delivered by Professor Mohammed Rustom.

Professor Richard Taylor proposes to reconceptualise the Kalām fī maḥḍ al-khayr as a work conceived as a supplement to the (Plotinian) “Theology of Aristotle” in which portions of Proclus are used to explicate further the cosmological metaphysics of “Aristotle”.