Varied Visuals


(Credit: British Academy – Benedict Johnson)                   (Credit: British Academy – Alastair Fyfe)

British Academy Summer Showcase Exhibition 22-23 June 2018



(Credit: Hosnieh Djafari-Marbini)

Merton College Equality Conversation 2018: ‘Beyond the headlines: Muslim women on identities, opportunities, and structural challenges in Britain today‘ with Shaista Aziz, Asma Mustafa and Farheen Ahmed.




Researching Cultural Identities: Research Methods of Photo-elicitation, Pictoral Vignettes and Auto-photography’ seminar presentation at Qatar University, Centre for Social Sciences and Humanities, 30th November 2016.



Presenting at the ‘Migration in a Turbulent World‘ conference hosted by the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies, November 2016.




Part of public engagement panel ’Immigration: what next?’ at British Academy, London (November, 2016)




Co-presenting a paper at the British Academy, London (November, 2016)



2016-07-15 10.29.11

Co-presenting a paper at the 3rd International ESS Conference, July 13-15, 2016, Lausanne, Switzerland



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MBRN & OCIS conference on poverty, 2015

Professor Sophie Gilliat-Ray chairing keynote speaker Professor Anthony Heath.



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Dr Asma Mustafa chairing respondents panel including Professor Alison Shaw & Dr Nabil Khattab.

How can we explain the high Muslim levels of poverty?

Poverty and British Muslims: MBRN/OCIS event in Oxford



Book launch    9781137302526

Book launch, Oxford, UK




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Attended to present a paper at conference on ‘Youth in the contemporary Muslim World’, Boston University, USA (2015)

VIDEO: Conference Examines Youth in Muslim World

Report on Youth in the Contemporary Muslim World



Cardiff Conference Asma speaking

Cardiff University, UK



Edinburgh Conference

Edinburgh University, UK



Linacre News Autumn 2014, issue 46 001

Linacre College, Oxford University



Oxford Uni Graduate Prospectus 2008-9 001 Oxford University graduate prospectus 2007-8 001

Oxford University Graduate Prospectuses


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