Prof. Dr. Jürgen Paul was professor of Islamic Studies at the Institute of Oriental Studies at Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg from 1995 to 2013. On the occasion of … Read more
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The Orient-Institut Beirut (OIB) offers a position as head of library from 1 June 2019.
It is a specialist library for the history, society and politics of Near and West Asia as well as Arabic Studies, Semitic Studies, Islamic Studies, …
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This workshop is interested in papers that consider the following questions:
How and when did the madrasas start producing bureaucrats?
What did getting close to political authority entail for the ʿulamāʾ?
How did offers for higher appointments travel in Islamic
Is Islam part of Germany? Professors of Islamic Studies from Bochum and Kiel give scientific explanations in their essay “Islam in the offside? : An answer to Alexander Dobrindt from the perspective of Islamic Studies”.
You can find the full … Read more
Al- Qurʾān al-karīm – a handwritten copy of the Quran from 1599 has been digitized for our open access collection MENAdoc and is
now available online.… Read more
The conference has two main goals:
First, to allow an interdisciplinary discussion about new ways and approaches to re-think and re-interpret the rich legacy and history of traditional Islamic scholarship in the contemporary world. In this regard, we are particularly …
“Innovative Approaches in Islamic Sciences and Education” – the registration deadline for the conference ends on 8 September.
The international conference will be held from 20–22 September at the Institute of Islamic Theology, University of Osnabrück.
Here you will find … Read more