Event Report: Author Evening with Zirrar: Ghazi and the Garden

On Friday 26 August 2022, IHRC hosted an event with renowned writer and author Zirrar to discuss his new book Gazi and the Garden, a “modern collection of English translations of poetry by Muhammad Iqbal.” Muhammad Iqbal is “considered by many to be the last

Critical Muslim Studies: Decolonial Struggles and Liberation Theologies

Critical Muslim Studies: Decolonial Struggles and Liberation Theologies Granada, Spain – June 13 – June 17, 2022 Critical Muslim Studies is inspired by a need for opening up a space for intellectually rigorous and socially committed explorations between decolonial thinking and studies of Muslims, Islam

More from Ramon Grosfoguel and Sandew Hira

If you have been following the Decolonial Dialogues then here are some more resources that you may like. Continuing their discussion on the USA, Ramon Grosfoguel and Sandew Hira look at the storming of Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. here.   Subscribe to the Decolonial

Opinions carved through experience: words by Houria Bouteldja

Sana Farid interviews Houria Boutledja. Houria Bouteldja is a french Algerian political activist known for her book ‘Whites, Jews and Us’: Towards a politics of Revolutionary love. In her exclusive interview, she has put forward her views on Islamophobia and is critical about LGBT. She

Event Report: Decolonising Ecology

We were joined by Professor Ramón Grosfoguel, a leading decolonial scholar, and Sandew Hira, the co-director of the Decolonial International Network, on Monday 16 December 2019 to discuss how issues of decoloniality need to be considered in conversations and activism around climate change. This event

PODCAST: Roberto D. Hernandez on Newness, Modernity and Coloniality

[June 2019] Professor Roberto D. Hernandez discusses the role of the concept of ‘newness’ and ‘modernity’ in eradicating cultures and peoples. Listen to the Genocide Memorial Day 2019 podcast below. In this discussion on historiography and the 1968 revolution, Professor Hernandez looks to the need