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Feminism, Religion, and Women’s Rights

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This is the concluding symposium in the 2014 Humanitas series in Women’s Rights. It follows three public lectures by Humanitas Visiting Professor Mona Siddiqui, on 10, 11 and 12 March.

In this symposium, Professor Siddiqui will be joined by authors Haifa Zangana and Elif Shafak, BBC Arts Correspondent Razia Iqbal, and Ash Amin (University of Cambridge), as well as a public audience.

The symposium is free, and open to the public. Unlike the preceding lectures, however, it does require registration. You can do so here, and find out more information: .

This talk is part of the CRASSH Humanitas Lectures series.

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