Everyday Hybridity

Dr Paul O'Connor
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Lecturing in Anthropology at CUHK

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  1. Watchers of Islam in Hong Kong will be interested to know of the recent new development of, for the first time, a weekly radio broadcast on public radio on Islam.
Mr Ibrahim of the Serving Islam group is the presenter of a weekly show in which a variety of key topics on Islam are addressed by he and his guests. Over the last few weeks he has spoken with local Muslims, Hong Kong Chinese converts to Islam. In each episode members of the public are invited to call in and ask questions. In this week’s coming episode he is speaking to Hong Kong’s Chief Imam Mufti Muhammad Arshad. This week’s topic is violence in Islam.
This will particularly topical to some of my students as we address the issue of ‘jihad’ in this coming week’s lecture.
Those interested in listening to previous episodes of the show, follow this link.

    Watchers of Islam in Hong Kong will be interested to know of the recent new development of, for the first time, a weekly radio broadcast on public radio on Islam.

    Mr Ibrahim of the Serving Islam group is the presenter of a weekly show in which a variety of key topics on Islam are addressed by he and his guests. Over the last few weeks he has spoken with local Muslims, Hong Kong Chinese converts to Islam. In each episode members of the public are invited to call in and ask questions. In this week’s coming episode he is speaking to Hong Kong’s Chief Imam Mufti Muhammad Arshad. This week’s topic is violence in Islam.

    This will particularly topical to some of my students as we address the issue of ‘jihad’ in this coming week’s lecture.

    Those interested in listening to previous episodes of the show, follow this link.

     
     
  2. Great fun going on RTHK Radio 3, Morning Brew today. It was quite a topical show and Gordon Mathews was also on the phone calling Nationalism a cult. So a good representation from CUHK Anthropology.
A good deal of chat about minorities, National education, and of course my book.
Listen to the show online here.

    Great fun going on RTHK Radio 3, Morning Brew today. It was quite a topical show and Gordon Mathews was also on the phone calling Nationalism a cult. So a good representation from CUHK Anthropology.

    A good deal of chat about minorities, National education, and of course my book.

    Listen to the show online here.

     
     
  3. Click here to listen to today’s radio interview.
(http://programme.rthk.hk/channel/radio/programme.php?name=radio3/morning_brew&d=2011-11-08&p=2505&e=158885&m=episode)
     
     
  4. Interview on RTHK Morning Brew 08/11/11

    Tomorrow I will be doing a brief interview on RTHK 3’s ‘Morning Brew’ radio show. I will be talking about my upcoming talk at Hong Kong Anthropological Society, and also my book.

    Listen out for it at around 11am.