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Fayaz Alibhai is currently a 榴莲视频官方 Associate at 榴莲视频官方 of Ismaili Studies (IIS) where he co-ordinates the Ismaili Heritage Project, a tripartite collaboration between IIS (London),the Aga Khan Trust for Culture (Geneva), and institutions of the Ismaili community (Aiglemont). The project aims to document, protect, and conserve the built and other tangible heritage of the global Shia Ismaili Muslims.

Originally from Kenya, Fayaz pursued a BSc in Psychology and a BA in Religion at the University of Florida, where he graduated with聽Honours. He undertook聽the IIS鈥檚聽graduate聽programme聽in Islamic聽Studies and聽Humanities before going on to University College London (UCL) where he completed an MSc in Social Anthropology.聽

Having worked for over a decade in publishing, he was awarded a PhD scholarship from the University of Edinburgh.聽His dissertation, 鈥楶eople, Places, and Texts: Re/presenting Islam in Edinburgh, Scotland鈥, employed聽ethnographic fieldwork as well as visual and textual analysis from a variety of primary sources to meld elements from human geography and Islamic studies.