A Muslim leader dispels fears of diversity and Islamophobia...
Sahir Dewji is a Canadian expert on contemporary Islam and Ismaili ethics. He holds a PhD in Religious Studies (WLU), specializing in Islam in North America, and an A.M. in the Histories and Cultures of Muslims Societies, specializing in Indo-Muslim Culture (Harvard). He is also a graduate of the Institute of Ismaili Studies’ Graduate Programme in Islamic Studies and Humanities (GPISH). For his doctoral dissertation, entitled “Beyond Muslim Xenophobia and Contemporary Parochialism: Aga Khan IV, the Ismailis, and the making of a Cosmopolitan Ethic,” Dewji was awarded the SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Doctoral Scholarship.
Will you support FO’s journalism?
We rely on your support for our independence, diversity and quality.
You can also contribute via