Prof. Tariq Ramadan

St. Antony's College
Associate Faculty Member
Contemporary Islamic Studies
Phone: 01865 612302

Research Interests

Contemporary Islamic issues

Islamic revival in the world and Muslims in the West

Professor Ramadan lectures extensively throughout the world on theology, ethics, interfaith and intercultural dialogue

President of the European Muslim Network


Introduction à l’ethique islamique (Presses du Châtelet, April 2015), English version Islamic Ethics: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford University Press, in press)

De l’islam et des musulmans (Presses du Châtelet, December 2014)

Au péril des idées with Edgar Morin (Presses du Châtelet, March 2014)

The Arab Awakening: Islam and the New Middle East, Penguin 2012

The Quest for Meaning: Developing a Philosophy of Pluralism, Penguin, 2010

What I believe, Oxford University Press, 2009

Radical Reform, Islamic Ethics and Liberation, Oxford University Press, 2008

The Messenger, The Meanings of the Life of Muhammad, Penguin, 2007

General Interests: cf. my personal website


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