Rivals of Protestants, murderous royal patrons and other 15th to 16th century power brokers are given life in a show of North Europe's renaissance.
Tariq Ramadan has an abundance of labels. And for the most part, he is reluctant to dismiss any of them outright. Because to the Swiss professor and self-styled Islamic reformer, they somehow always fit. In an interview with Khadija Bradlow, Ramadan stresses the need for Muslims to engage with broader society.