The Humanities Centre for Advanced Studies Multiple Secularities at Leipzig University is holding a Lecutre on ‘Politics Made in the Medieval Islamic World‘ on 19 June, 6:30 pm. It is an Open Keynote for the Workshop Muslim Secularities: Explorations into Concepts of Distinction and Practices of Differentiation.
The Humanities Centre for Advanced Studies Multiple Secularities at Leipzig University is holding a lecture on ‘One or Many Modernities? Towards a Macro Sociology of Secularization‘ on 18 June, 6pm. This is the open Keynote for the Workshop Muslim Secularities: Explorations into Concepts of Distinction and Practices of Differentiation.
The DFG Research Group “Multiple Secularities – Beyond the West, Beyond Modernities” of Leipzig University is hosting a paper at the Conference Room of the Bibliotheca Albertina titled ‘Ist der Islam säkularisierbar? Aktuelle Beispiele aus der arabisch-islamischen Welt und Europa‘ on 4 April 2017, 7:30 p.m.. The paper will be held by Dr. Daniel Kinitz, you can find the poster here.
The London School of Economics is hosting a lecture on ‘This is our Call of Duty’: Ideology, History and Resistant Videogames in t…‘ on 22 February 2017, 18:00. The lecture will be held by Dima Saber in Room 9.04.
Informations: Continue reading
The Centrum für Nah- und Mittelost-Studien in Marburg is hosting a lecture on ‘Wastelands in Contemporary Syrian Cultural Production‘ on 14 February 2017. The lecture will be held by Anne-Marie McManus (Washington University in St. Louis) in Room 00A09.
Further information on the lecture: Continue reading
The DFG-Research Group “Multiple Secularities – Beyond the West, Beyond Modernities” (Leipzig University) invites you to a public lecture on ‘Religion and Politics in Iran: Historical Contexts and Contemporary Dilemmas‘ on 6 February 2017. The lecture will take place in the Bibliotheca Albertina and will be held by Nahid Mozaffari. You can find the Lecutre Poster here.
“Iran is the only country which has experienced two revolutions, a repressive secular authoritarian regime, several short-lived foreign occupations, two coup d’états, a protracted war with an aggressor neighbor, several popular uprisings, and a repressive theocratic regime—all since the early 20th century.
What is the impact of this turbulent history on the political, social, and cultural realities of contemporary Iran? How do recent trends and events in the world affect the political landscape and the lives of the Iranian people?
After the presentation the floor will be open for discussion.”