Everyday Ethical Practice and Gender Identities of British Converts: A Norwich Case study
Qudra Goodall is an ESRC funded PhD candidate and Associate Tutor at the University of East Anglia, Norwich. Qudra is part of the collaborative and interdisciplinary RCUK funded British Muslim Values Project (UEA/BBC). She is producing a film exploring British Muslim women’s perspectives on the compatibility between ‘British’ and ‘Islamic’ values. Qudra’s current research centres on a relatively hard-to-reach convert Sufi Muslim Community in Norwich. It explores the themes of place and belonging, intergenerational perspectives on womanhood and the ways British Muslim women realise, resist, and re-articulate religious discourses and practices.