Conference: “The Narrative of Islamic Violence in History. Creation, Artifice and Reality”

Flyer: The Narrative of Islamic violence in History. Creation, artifice and reality
This conference would like to focus on the binomial real vs. artificial imagery of Islamic religious violence referring to historical- religious narratives as expressions of inter-faith violence in different geographical areas of the Islamic world, from al-Andalus to the Indian Subcontinent and from the contemporary age to early Islamic centuries.

Deadline for abstracts: 30th April 2018

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Conference: “Future of Salafism”

This conference is aimed at bringing together established scholars, post-doctoral researchers, as well as doctoral students who can offer original insights into how Salafi thought, and the diverse set of groups inspired by it, are evolving in different contexts in light of the post-Arab Spring developments and the changes unfolding within Saudi Arabia.

Deadline for abstracts:15th June 2018.

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Workshop: The ‘Ethical’ and the ‘Everyday’

Interrogating Analytical Turns for/in the Study of Islam and Muslims in Europe

Screenshot Workshop: The ‘Ethical’ and the ‘Everyday’This workshop seeks to provide a forum for critically engaging with the analytics of the “ethical” and the “everyday” in the study of Islam and Muslims in Europe. What is, we ask, the analytical purchase of these turns within the study of Islam and Muslims in Europe? What, furthermore, might escape our attention while preferring one turn among the other?

Deadline for abstracts: 31 August 2018.