Islam in/and/of Europe? Perspectives from the Middle Ages to the Post-Secular Age

8-10 Ottobre 2015
Trento, Italy

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Programma del convegno:

THURSDAY 8 OCTOBER 

3:30pm Arrival and Registration

4:00pm Institutional Greetings

Andrea Carboni (Club Alpbach Trentino)
Paolo Collini (Rector, University of Trento)
Lejla Demiri (University of Tübingen)

Introduction

Davide Scotto / Ruggero Vimercati Sanseverino
(University of Tübingen)

4:30pm Opening Plenary Session

Franco Cardini (Istituto Italiano di Scienze Umane, Firenze/Pisa)
Europe and Islam. The Myth of the ‘Clash of Civilizations’

Stefan Schreiner (University of Tübingen)
Islam and Europe – their Second Encounter
or the East European Chapter of Muslim-European Relations

Massimo Campanini (University of Trento)
Muslim Thinkers Face European Modernity:
Laroui, Fazlur Rahman and Hanafi from Reform to Revolution

Chair: Lejla Demiri (University of Tübingen)

6:30pm End Opening Session

7:00pm Side Event

Ipocrisia dell’Occidente? Sguardi sul mondo arabo-islamico tra storia e politica
Organised by Club Alpbach Trentino (In Italian)

8:00pm Dinner

 

FRIDAY 9 OCTOBER 

Session One: Islam “and” Europe: Shaping Religious and Cultural Identities

– Panel One

Nora Berend (University of Cambridge)
Muslims in Hungary: Self-perceptions and Relations with the Christian Majority

Filomena Barros (University of Évora)
Muslim Minority in Medieval Portugal: Identity and Interactions

Chair: Davide Scotto (University of Tübingen)

10:30pm Coffee Break

11:00am Session One: Islam “and” Europe: Shaping Religious and Cultural Identities
– Panel Two

Gerard Wiegers (University of Amsterdam)
Islam and Europe: The Expulsion of the Moriscos
from Spain and their Exile in North Africa

Humayun Ansari (Royal Holloway, University of London)
British Muslims, Contested Loyalties and the First World War

Chair: Amina Nawaz (University of Tübingen)

12:30pm End Session One, Lunch

3:00pm Session Two: Islam “in” Europe: Developing Religious Education in Secular
Contexts – Panel One

Agata Nalborczyk (University of Warsaw)
The Content of Polish Muslim Tatars’ Religious Education Textbooks:
Preservation and Dissemination of Knowledge and Identity

Galina Miskiniene (University of Vilnius)
Lithuanian Tatars: The Oldest Muslim Community in Europe on the Edge
of Self-possession and Disappearance in the World of Globalization

Chair: Olga Bombardelli (Jean Monnet European Centre, Trento)

4:30pm Coffee Break

5:00pm Session Two: Islam “in” Europe: Developing Religious Education in Secular
Contexts – Panel Two

Ahmet Alibasic (University of Sarajevo)
Islamic Literature in Bosnian Language 1990-2012:
Production and Dissemination of Islamic Knowledge at the Periphery

Mujadad Zaman (University of Cambridge)
Twilight or Renaissance?: The Development of Islamic Institutions
of Higher Learning in 21st century Europe

Chair: Yazid Said (University of Tübingen)

6:30pm End Session Two

8:00pm Dinner

SATURDAY 10 OCTOBER 

9:00am Session Three: Islam “of” Europe:
Negotiating a Common Space – Panel One

Umar Ryad (University of Utrecht)
Muslims in Interwar Europe: A Trans-cultural Historical Perspective

Enes Karic (University of Sarajevo)
The Role of European Muslims in Building a Judeo-Christian-Muslim
Culture and Civilisation

Chair: Vincent Della Sala (University of Trento)

10:30am Coffee break

11:00am Session Three: Islam “of” Europe:
Negotiating a Common Space – Panel Two

Cédric Baylocq (Centre Jacques Berque, CNRS)
A Secularization of Islamic Theology and Practices?
Contemporary Debates in France

Dan Madigan (Georgetown University)
Re-opening an Interrupted Conversation:
New Possibilities for Conversational Theology in Contemporary Europe

Chair: Ruggero Vimercati Sanseverino (University of Tübingen)

12:30pm Conclusion Session and Discussion

Chair: Amina Nawaz (University of Tübingen)

1:00pm End Session Three, Lunch, and Departure