Irna Qureshi
Irna Qureshi is an anthropologist, writer and oral historian specialising in British Asian arts and culture. She has collaborated on several exhibitions and books on this theme, including Coming of Age: 21 Years of Mela in the UK, The Grand Trunk Road: From Delhi to the Khyber Pass and Home from Home: British Pakistanis in Mirpur.

Irna also blogs about being British, Muslim and female in Bradford. Her latest work, Cartographies of Love, is a live performance based on intimate conversations with three generations of Muslim women in and around Bradford.

Blog Entries by Irna Qureshi

No Sex Education Please, We're Muslim!

(127) Comments | Posted 9 November 2012 | (00:00)

Recent investigations into the Rochdale child grooming case, in which all but one of the convicted men were found to be British Pakistanis, once again highlighted the need for Muslims to talk more openly about sex. But this is a subject which the community has always been notoriously...

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