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Ibn Khaldon Center for Humanities & Social Sciences

Ibn Khaldon Centre for Humanities and Social Sciences is a Research Centre established in May 2018 by Qatar University. Its vision is to play a pioneering role in the Arab and Islamic world towards re-examining the theoretical orientations of the Social Sciences and the Humanities, with a view to becoming the sought platform and intellectual space for researchers and scientific initiatives in the region and beyond.

The Centre’s research agenda spans a range of substantive areas of importance, including the Social Sciences, the Humanities, Area Studies, and Security and Strategic Studies. Its core mission and mandate is to bridge the gap between the theoretical studies and actual needs of Muslim-Arab societies in collaboration with leading institutions and researchers (locally, regionally and internationally) who share the Center’s intellectual concerns.

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Ibn-Khaldon Center's Research Sheds Light on Quranic Insights into Islamic Legal Politics and Treaties

2023-08-17 00:00:00.0 A study conducted by Latifa Menadi Al-Kaabi, a Research Assistant at the prestigious Ibn-Khaldon Center for Humanities and Social Sciences at Qatar University (QU)

QU Journal Publishes groundbreaking Research on Islamophobia and its Roots in the Western Context

2023-08-03 00:00:00.0 In a pioneering study published by the Qatar University (QU) Journal of Scientific Research, Dr. Badrane Benlahcene, an esteemed associate professor and researcher at the…

A Study on Qatar's Constitutional Identity and Its Implications on Organizing the 2022 World Cup

2023-07-11 00:00:00.0 A study conducted by the Ibn Khaldon Center for Humanities at Qatar University (QU), undertaken by Professor Anwaar Nagib Al-Bakry, Assistant Research Professor,