Inaugural Australasian Conference on Islam: 25-26 November 2013

Inaugural Australasian Conference on Islam

Muslim Identity Formation in Religiously Diverse Societies

Distinguished international and local academics provide valuable insights on what it means to be a Muslim in religiously and culturally diverse societies such as Australia and how such diversity impacts one’s individual, social and religious identity formation.

An excellent opportunity to learn from, interact and network with experts across diverse disciplines.

Academics, students, community leaders, social activists and all others interested are invited to attend.

Monday 25 November & Tuesday 26 November 2013


Morning tea & lunch provided.

Topics covered include:

• Social & Religious Foundations of Muslim Identity
• Australian Muslim Youth and Religiosity
• Home-Grown Muslims in Australia
• Indigenous Muslims
• Islamic Law and Ethics
• Gender Roles and Muslim identity
• Asia-Pacific Muslim Identity
• Islamic Movements and Collective Identities
• Interfaith Dialogue & Muslim Identity Formation
• Radicalisation vs. Universalisation

Venue: Novotel Hotel, 350 Church Street Parramatta 2150, NSW Australia

Conference Dinner: Monday 25th 6:30pm start @ Novotel Hotel

For conference program & registrations please visit or contact ISRA on (02) 9649 9040.

Conference Video:

Australasian Conference on Islam – Full Program 2013.pdf