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Dr Asma Mustafa
Research Fellow in the study of Muslims in Britain, OCIS
Senior Research Fellow, Linacre College, Oxford


Tel: +44 (0) 1865 618525
Email: asma.mustafa@oxcis.ac.uk
Dr Asma Mustafa

Dr Asma Mustafa is a Research Fellow on Muslims in Britain at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, and Senior Tutor at Linacre College, Oxford. Asma received her DPhil from Oxford University in 2011. Her ESRC funded doctoral research examined the role of ethnic, religious and national identities in the political participation of young second generation British Muslims.

Dr Mustafa is interested in research on Muslims in the West; including political participation, identities, integration and transnationalism.

Research Fellow in the study of Muslims in Britain, OCIS
Senior Tutor & Senior Research Fellow, Linacre College, Oxford

Tel: +44 (0) 1865 618525
Email: asma.mustafa@oxcis.ac.uk
Dr Asma Mustafa

Asma is the facilitator for the annual Young Muslim Leadership Programme. Each year she mentors 25 young British Muslims through the intense Programme, helping them to recognize their individual objectives and assists in achieving them. She has facilitated the 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 cohorts. Asma also chairs sessions and ensures the overall smooth running of the programme.

Dr Asma Mustafa
  • "Identity and political participation among young British Muslims" (2015) Palgrave Macmillan.
  • "Religious values and political motivation among young British Muslims" (2015) in 'Young British Muslims: Rhetoric and Realities' S. Hamid (ed.) Ashgate.
  • “Diversity in political perspectives and engagement among young British Muslims” (2015) in “Religion and Politics” T. Peace (ed.) Routledge.
  • Book Review for Journal of Islamic Studies (2012): Muslim Youth: Challenges, Opportunities and Expectations. By Edited by Fauzia Ahmad and Mohammad Siddique Seddon (London and New York: Continuum, 2012). xiv + 272 pp., notes, bibliography, index pp. Price: PB £18.99. EAN 978–1441119872.
  • "Divine Methods: Using Auto-Photography in Eliciting Perceptions of Religious Identity." (2014) Fieldwork in Religion, Vol 9, Issue 1.
  • 'UK' (2015) in ‘Yearbook of Muslims in Europe Vol. 7’ O. Scharbrodt (ed.) Brill.