Dr. Karim Gillani receives grant to study Effect of Religious Music on Intergenerational Identity and Community Formation

Karim Gillani receives grant to study Effect of Religious Music on Intergenerational Identity and Community FormationResearch Grants:

Karim Gillani (Edmonton): Preservation of Oral Heritage and Culture: Traditional Ismaili Muslim
Hymns (Chants) in Alberta

Grant amount: $11,000: The project examines the role and effect of religious music on intergenerational
identity and community formation among Ismaili Muslims in Alberta. The study will capture ‘sonic heritage’
and examine how the meaning and importance of this music has evolved over time and across generations.

Source: Page 8 – culture.alberta.ca

Earlier related: Alberta Heritage projects get $790,000 in grants

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

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  1. May this examination reveal inspiring new ways to positively impact intergenerational cohorts in understanding the historical and esoteric virtues and meanings expressed within them

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