EVENTS

An Islamic Reformed Theology of Neoliberal Globaliza􀆟on

(ISA 2017 Convention: Islam and Neoliberal Capitalism: Transna􀆟onal Issues, Baltimore, Feb. 23, 2017)

Live IHOW interfaith panel discussion

(Interfaith Conversation: 40 students from 24 countries around the world )

What Does Religion Have to Do with Mindfulness?

(An Inter-Religious Panel Discussion on Finding Peace in a Troubled World, Goucher College, April 28, 2016, Baltimore)

Salman the Persian, a Key for Inter and Intra-Religious Confrontation in Earlier Islam

(Workshop on Holistic Approaches to the Study of Early Islam and the Late Antique World:Indiana University, April 15-17, 2016)

Poverty through the lens of Islamic References

(The Catholic University of America, Poverty through the lens of Culture and Values: Case Studies of Latin America and Islam, April 14, 2016)

Borah Symposium: “Waging Peace”

(University of Idaho, April 4-6, 2016)

Reflections on Feminist Steaks in Averroes (Ibn Rushd)

(ANNUAL CONFERENCE SCHEDULE – AMERICAN ACADEMY OF RELIGION – MARCH 11, 2016, New Brunswick NJ)

Peacemaking Is a Manifest Victory – Inside and Outside, the Quranic Perspective

(ANNUAL CONFERENCE SCHEDULE – AMERICAN ACADEMY OF RELIGION – MARCH 10, 2016, New Brunswick NJ)

How to Co-Exist Peacefully Amongst Non-Muslims?

( Dar al-Taqwa Islamic Center NY, Feb 27, 2016)

Islamization, Jihad and ISIS

(A Series of Public Lectures at the Catholic University of America)

The Existential Dialectics of the Qur’an Regarding History

(CONFERENCE SCHEDULE)

(Contemplating the Qur’an (Tadabbur al-Qur’an) Conference: “The Qur’an and the Reading of History” Howard University School of Divinity: April 20 & 21, 2015 )

 

“The Crisis of National and Religious Identity in Contemporary Afghanistan”(CONFERENCE SCHEDULE)

(American Counsil for the Study of Islamic Societies – 32th Annual Conference: Religion, Tradition, and Inter-Faith Relation in the Muslim World — April 17-18, 2015 — Villanova University)

Ibn Arabi and God’s Manifestation in Women (CONFERENCE SCHEDULE)

(American Academy of Religion; March 6, Loyola University Maryland)

Responding to the papers of the APA Committee Session: “Philosophical Issues and Islam: How, What, and Why to Teach (and Research)” at American Philosophical Association (Annual Meeting Program)

Religion: Key to Understanding Violence and Promoting Peace in Global Times (SEMINAR SCHEDULE)

Afghanistan and Cuurent Dari Literature (in Dari)

The First series of Holy Ramazan Speeches 2014 (in Farsi)

Looking for God: The Position of Women as Reflected in Rumi’s Mathnawi

(American Academy of Religion; March 8, 2014 Mount Saint Mary College, New York)

Islamic Science and its Relationship to Faith (a series of 5 lectures)

(The Catholic University of America-lectures)

Salman al-Farsi; An Inspiring Existence 

(The lecture on Salman Farsi at Green Mountain School)

(to read the lecture look at publication page)

American Academy of Religion: Dr. Akhlaq’s Completion of a five-week research seminar

International Symposium on GLOBAL JUSTICE AND RESPONSIBILITY

“Justice and Responsibility: Cultural and Philosophical Considerations”

The Washington Declaration

(For Protection of Nations and Societies from the Menace of Sectarian Violence)

American Academy of Religion: Dr. Akhlaq’s book publication

American Academy of Religion: Dr. Akhlaq’s Career Transition

Building Community in a Mobile/Global Age

The Sacred and the Secular: Complementary and/or Conflictual

Philosophy Emerging from Culture