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Next Generation Researchers Conference

St Stephen's House, 16 Marston Street, Oxford

This year’s conference of Next Generation Researchers is aiming to bring together next generation researchers who are exploring topics which may be textual, theological, historical, or sociological. The conference hopes to survey the research field of Christian-Muslim relations, to identify themes for future study whilst connecting scholars to each other.

Keynote Speaker include: Dr Ida Glaser (International Academic Coordinator and Founding Fellow, CMCS Oxford; and Director, CMCS Houston) Professor David Thomas (Professor Emeritus, University of Birmingham, UK; and Editor, Christian-Muslim Relations. A Bibliographical History) Dr Yasmin Amin (Representative, Orient Institute, Beirut, Cairo)

This year’s conference is taking place at St Stephen’s House in Oxford.

Short Let Space has some amazing properties nearby to St Stephen’s House. If you need any help with booking accommodation for this conference, please contact our friendly bookings team on 01993 222 200 or email us on stay@shortletspace.co.uk

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