Multiple Identities (al-Huwiyyat al-Muta'addida) mural.

David Salas, a local videographer, recorded the events of the day in this video.

eL Seed visited the University of Exeter on 3rd October 2013 to create his Multiple Identities (al-Huwiyyat al-Muta'addida) mural

The French-Tunisian graffiti artist eL Seed visited the University of Exeter on 3rd October 2013, and created his Multiple Identities (al-Huwiyyat al-Muta'addida) mural.  Students of the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies participated in the workshop, and contributed to the design and execution of the piece.  It is now installed at the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies.  David Salas, a local videographer, recorded the events of the day in this video.

For a look at eL Seed's other work, see his website here.

For a flyer of the event, click here.

Islamic Reformulations is a three-year Global Uncertainties Leadership Fellowship (GULF), funded by Research Councils UK and administered by the Economic and Social Research Council.  The Fellowship aims to explore how Muslim thought has developed in the modern period, and how these modern developments relate to the pre-modern tradition of Islamic thought.  The project focuses on the interlinked themes of belief, governance and violence.

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