Selected Invited Talks and Conferences
2020 From Ecumenical to Interreligious Dialogue: Islamic Perspectives.
Institute for Ecumenical Research Conference, Strasbourg.
2020 Islamic and Post-liberal Politics: A New Ethical Formation?
Wresting with Ethical Decisions Conference. Berliner Institut für Islamische Theologie, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
2020 Naming God.
Building Bridges Seminar. Tübingen.
2020 Islamic Secularism? The Politics of Ritual in Ibn Taymiyyah’s Fatāwā
British Association of Islamic Studies Annual Conference. London.
2019 Gratitude, Gift and Sovereignty: Political Theology and Environmental Ethics in Radical Islamic Thought.
American Academy of Religion Annual Conference. San Diego.
2019 Invited Respondent to Gunning Lectures by Professor Peter Adamson. University of Edinburgh.
2019 Theology v. The Theologian: Reexamining Ibn Taymiyyah’s Critique of Shīʿism and Christianity.
British Association for Islamic Studies Annual Conference. University of Nottingham, UK.
2019 Negotiating Cosmological Instabilities: Conservative and Radical Possibilities in Islamic Political Thought.
Religion, Politics and Critique: Comparative Political Theology. American University of Beirut.
2018 Environmental Ethics, secularism and the problem of in\gratitude.
Gratitude: Hope or Burden? Workshop. University of Edinburgh.
2018 Takfīr of the Shīʿīs Amongst Ibn Taymiyyah's Heirs: the Case of the Ḥadīth Folk of South Asia.
Ibn Taymiyya and the Shia. Law, Authority and Learning in Imami Shi’ite Islam Project. University of Exeter.
2018 Ibn Taymiyyah and al-Qarāfī on General Rules and Specific Exceptions.
Uṣūl al-fiqh Workshop. University of Exeter.
2018 From Divine Law to Divine Attributes: The (Self-) Revelation of God in Islam.
Speaking of the One God: Divine Essence, Attributes, and Names in Christian-Muslim Debates. University of Edinburgh.
2018 Transcending the Problem of Universals in Islamic Theology and Philosophy.
KALAM – Reframing Islamic Philosophy Inaugural Workshop. University of Edinburgh.
2017 Meaning and Interpretation: Reading Traditional Islamic Thought in Light of Philosophy of Language.
Reframing Christian-Muslim Encounter: Theological and Philosophical Perspectives. University of Edinburgh.