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McGill Institute of Islamic Studies Student Council

 


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Student Representatives for 2016-2017

MIISSC President:

Brian Wright

Co-President:

Peiyu Yang

Library Committee Representative:

Sadaf Munir

PGSS Representatives:

Erika Olivaux, Sabeena Shaikh

Tea Committee Representatives:

Erika Olivaux, Osama Eshera, Naser Dumairieh

AGSEM Delegate:

Farid Attar

Symposium Committee:

Jessica Stilwell, Ashutosh Kumar, Naser Dumairieh, Pauline Froissart, Brian Wright

Student Representatives for 2015-2016

MIISSC President:

Brian Wright

Co-President:

Florence Shahabi

Library Committee Representative:

Peiyu Yang

PGSS Representatives:

Temel Ucuncu, Michael Deramo

Brown Bag Committee Representatives:

Omar Edaibat, Pascale Graham

AGSEM Delegate:

Brian Wright

Symposium Committee:

Pauline Froissart (Chair), Brian Wright, Giovanni Carrera, Naser Dumairieh, Peiyu Yang, Genevieve Mercier-Dalphond, Jessica Stilwell

Student Representatives for 2014-2015

MIISSC President:

Pascale N. Graham

Co-President:

Katy Kalemkerian

Library Committee Representative:

Peiyu Yang

PGSS Representatives:

Temel Ucuncu,  Mahwish Tazeem

Brown Bag Committee Representative:

Salua Fawzi

AGSEM Delegate:

Pascale N. Graham

Symposium Committee:

Ahmed Munir, Katy Kalemkerian, Pascale N. Graham, Mahwish Tazeem, Peiyu Yang, Pauline Froissart

Student Representatives for 2013-2014

Co-Presidents:

Kathryn Kalemkerian; Fadia Bahgat

PGSS Representatives:

Elliot Montpellier; Zahra Sabri

Library Representative:

Pascale Graham

Brown Bag Committee Representative:

Hasan Umut

Symposium Committee:

Fadia Bahgat, Jonathan Dube, Salua Fawzi

MESSA Rep to MIISSC:

Ella Nalepka

 

MIISSC Events

MIISSC held its inaugural Graduate Student Symposium in April 2011. Since then it has continued to be an opportunity for graduate students and junior scholars to come together and share their research and ideas.

The conference is intended as a space where interdisciplinary approaches from the fields of history, literature, political science, religion, anthropology, philosophy, law, and art history may be brought to bear on the study of Islam.

For more information, please visit the MIISSC Symposium website.