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Kalam Research & Media (KRM) is a collegial think tank and training center dedicated to research, education, content development, and capacity building in the following core areas: Islamic Theology (Kalam); Islamic Philosophy & Wisdom; Islamic Philosophy of Science, Technology, & the Environment; Inter-Faith Engagement; Inter-Faith Conflict Prevention & Resolution; Scriptural Reasoning & Hermeneutics; Islamic Professional & Business Ethics; Creative & Critical Thinking; Compassion Architecture.

KRM EVENTS

Amman Workshop on Modern Philosophy, Science and Kalam

With the first 3-year phase of its Islamic Analytic Theology initiative drawing to a close, Kalam Research & Media (KRM) ...
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Analytic Method Working Group Meets for 2nd time in Oxford

The Analytic Method Working Group met for the second time on 9–10 January 2015 in Oxford. Building on their work ...
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Contemporary Curriculum and the Future of the Madrasa

A diverse group of contemporary Muslim educators met at the Cambridge Muslim College on 2—3 May 2015 to begin a ...
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Kalam Cosmological Argument Course at Tubingen

A group of graduate students from Tubingen, Munster, Berlin, Istanbul, and Cambridge participated in a 5-day long crash course on ...
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KRM partners with leading Bosnian academic think-tank

Kalam Research and Media (KRM) is partnering with one of the leading Bosnian organisations, International Forum Bosnia, to collaborate on ...
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KRM and ISAR Co-Sponsor Ottoman Kalam Conference

Kalam Research and Media, in collaboration with the Istanbul Research and Education Foundation (ISAR), and with support from the the ...
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Conference in Lahore on Pakistan’s Muslim Intellectual Tradition

Kalam Research and Media (KRM), The John Templeton Foundation (JTF) and the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) held a conference ...
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The KRM Ethics Working Group Workshop Held in Cairo

The Ethics Working Group met at the American University in Cairo (AUC) on Saturday and Sunday, 14–15 February 2015 to ...
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