Fatou Sambe

Everyday Muslim

Fatou Sambe is a fourth year PhD student at the Centre for the Study of Islam in the UK at Cardiff University. She has previously completed a BSc in Psychology and Sociology from Queen Margaret University and holds a master’s degree in Religion and Public Life from the University of Leeds.

In her doctoral research, she studies conversion to Islam and Muslim convert families in Britain. She explores the long-term lived experiences of Muslim converts as well as the identities and experiences of the next generation, namely, the children of converts.

She is particularly interested in the untold histories and narratives of Black Muslims and hopes to contribute to a better understanding of the diversity of Muslim communities in Britain.

Fatou Sambe - Everyday Muslim
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