Ibadism and the Study of Islam: A view from the edge”
The Conference will locate the study of Ibadism interdisciplinarily as we examine how the spatial metaphor of center and edge, when applied to the study of Ibadism, can gesture to new research orientations in the field of Islamic studies.
Deadline for abstracts: 21 January 2019
Competency Orientation in Arabic Language Teaching
The so-called competence orientation determines curricula and targets for modern foreign languages in the German-speaking education systems. Arabic didactics has hardly dealt with this topic yet.
However, the same applies to the target language Arabic: Successful communicative action requires communicative, intercultural and methodical skills.
The 2nd conference of the Fachverband Arabisch e.V. in cooperation with the Institute of Arabic Studies of the Otto-Friedrich-University Bamberg will focus on theoretical and practical questions in order to connect with general foreign language didactics in this respect.
Call for Papers: German | Arabic | Deadline 1 April 2019
Programme: German and Arabic
The purpose of this conference is to showcase the best current research on Iran’s economy and to generate information and encouragement for future high-quality research in this area.
This conference will provide a broad platform for scholars in Shi‘i studies to share their latest research. Papers are welcome on any aspect of Shi‘i studies.
Suggested Topics Include:
- Contemporary Issues
- Law and jurisprudence
- Shiʻi Studies in the Hawzah and/or the Seminary
- Quran and Hadith Studies
- Anthropological Studies
- Shiʻi Minority
- Shiʻism and Orientalism
- Authority in Shiʻism
- Inter-Religious Cross-Disciplinary, or Comparative Studies
- Shiʻi Sects, Past and Present
- Shiʻi Manuscripts
Abstract deadline: 3. Februar 2019
E-mail abstracts to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Symposia Iranica is a dedicated, multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed platform open to emerging scholars working on any aspect of Iranian or Persian Studies within the arts, humanities, and social sciences.
Read the full call for papers (closes on December 30, 2018).
Find more about the 2019 conference in Cambridge on their Website.
Funded by the German Ministry for Research and Education, and since 2017 with the Leibniz-Association, the conference concludes the 12-year research programme “Muslim Worlds – Worlds of Islam?”
Here you can find the programme for more information.
For registration, please send your details to the following address: MuslimWorlds2019@zmo.de