by Philip Lewis and Sadek Hamid
Some of you maybe interested in our new co-authored book British Muslims: New Directions in Islamic Thought, Creativity and Activism. The text explores how a new generation of academics, artists and activists are redefining what it means to be a Muslim in Britain today –in particular the role of women in shaping new developments in religious scholarship, political leadership and community development.
Written in an accessible style with a foreword by Baroness Sayeeda Warsi and annotated bibliography, it will be a key text for researchers of Islam in Britain/Europe, public sector professionals, policymakers and the media.
Get a 30% discount through the publisher’s website and enter the code NEW30 at the checkout:
‘From generation Jihad to generation M, this book attempts to get inside the minds and lives of young British Muslims to provide a complex and nuanced picture dispelling the one-dimensional simplistic narrative we are more accustomed to.’
- Sayeeda Warsi, the Right Honourable The Baroness Warsi
‘A timely antidote to the, arguably, twisted characterisation and popular perception of British Muslims in circulation.’
- Professor Humayn Ansari, Royal Holloway