Professor Justin Jones

Fellow and Tutor in the Study of Religion, Associate Professor of Study of Religion

I am an historian of religion in the modern world, with particular reference to Islam, and to comparative religion in the Indian subcontinent. My research focuses in particular upon forms of religious revitalisation and the remaking of religious authority within modern Islam, with particular reference to South Asia.

I have joined the Faculty of Theology and Religion as Associate Professor in the Study of Religion. I teach across papers in the methodological study of religion, and in Islam. I also have teaching links with the Faculties of History and Oriental Studies.

Pembroke admits a number of students to Theology and to the joint degrees of Philosophy and Theology, and Theology and Oriental Studies. Pembroke has a number of teaching staff and a vibrant student community in all of these degree programmes, and I welcome enquiries from any prospective students.