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Laiqah Osman

Miss Laiqah Osman

Research student

School of History, Archaeology and Religion


Laiqah holds a BA in History from Royal Holloway, University of London (2017) and an MRes in History from The Centre of Islamic and West Asian Studies at Royal Holloway University of London (2018). She is now a third year PhD student at the Islam UK Centre, in the Department of Religion and Theology at Cardiff University. 

Thesis: Muslim Women and the Authority of Online Islamic Content


  • Gendered Oral Histories
  • Religious Authority 
  • Muslim Women on the Internet 


Muslim Women and the Authority of Online Islamic Content


1) Islam in Contemporary Britain (MA): RTT515 - Contemporary Debates in British Muslim Studies, Seminar Tutor for session on Digital Islam.

2) History (BA): HS1105 - The Making of the Modern World, 1750 - 1970, Seminar Tutor.

3) Religious Studies (BA): RT0101 - The Origins and Legacies of Religion in the Modern World, Seminar Tutor for Study Skills module.


Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali

Lecturer in Islamic Studies, Director of Postgraduate Taught Studies