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 Hasina Daya with participants during her research entitled: “A Case Study of the Ismailis of Khujand: Examining Integration and Social Identity Among Ismailis Living Outside of Badakhshan.”
The field research project - which is a mandatory requirement for GPISH - is undertaken by the students in the summer term, during their second year of study. Students select their topics, based on their research interests, which are also consonant with the scope and mission of the IIS.


The Sanaa Palimpsest
Venue: The Institute of Ismaili Studies, London, United Kingdom.
Date: 11th December 2017
Time: 11 AM

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Presentations and discussions at the Before the Printed Word: Texts, Scribes and Transmissions symposium.
The Ismaili Special Collections Unit (ISCU) organised a first of its kind symposium entitled Before the Printed Word: Texts, Scribes and Transmissions on the manuscripts housed at The Institute of Ismaili Studies.
The Fatimids: The Rise of a Muslim Empire
The IIS is delighted to announce the release of the first book in the World of Islam series – in print, e-book and audiobook formats. 
The Institute of Ismaili Studies participated in the Annual Conference of the Middle Eastern Studies Association of North America (MESA), a leading international academic organisation promoting research on the Muslim world.