A Phenomenological Study of Female Students’ Experiences in Two Different Centers of Islamic Higher Education.
Dr Shuruq Naguib
My Ph.D. project is focused on understanding Islamic higher education (Alimiyyah) for female students in Britain. The study uses direct observations, in-depth interviews, and documentary data to explore how this education fosters students’ spirituality, academic growth, communal interactions, and identities. The study also examines teachers’ experience in planning and delivering Islamic higher education, including their curriculum design, pedagogical approaches, and educational objectives.
and Islam and Gender.
NWCDTP Work-in-Progress Conference presentation on ‘A day inside a female British Darul Uloom’, Jun 2023.
Politics Philosophy and Religion Postgraduate Researcher Annual Conference 2023 presentation on ‘Life inside female British Darul Uloom’, May 2023
Politics Philosophy and Religion Postgraduate Researcher Annual Conference 2022 presentation on ‘Scholars in the Making: A Phenomenological Study of Female Students’ Experiences in Two Different Centres of Islamic Higher Education, May 2020