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Hamadi Redissi, born in 1952 in Tunisia, is Professor of Political Science at the University of Tunis. He is the author of numerous books and studies on the Arab-Muslim world written in a comparative and multidisciplinary perspective (history, political theory and sociology). He has been awarded grants from the Anne-Marie-Schimmel Foundation in Bonn (June 2005) and the Senior Fulbright Programme in New York (1998-1999). He was a visiting scholar at Yale University from 2007 to 2008, and a resident at the Center for Advanced Studies “Recht als Kultur” in Bonn in 2010. He was also a visiting professor at the University of Bologna (2000-2010) and at the University of Saint Joseph in Beirut (2000-2014). He is a member of the A.I.M.S. (American Institute For Maghreb Studies), as well as of the editorial boards of the journals Jura Gentium (Florence) and Iris (European Journal of Philosophy and Public Debate). Involved in the public debate in Tunisia, he is honorary president of the Tunisian Observatory of Democratic Transition.
The authoritarian republic. Islam in France and the Republican illusion
Publisher’s presentation The logic of suspicion has become the compass of the French state. Since 2015 and the attacks of January and November, the preventive and repressive policy of the Sta...
Exclusively for Adherents of ‘Divinely Revealed’ Religions?
How did the preparatory work for the Egyptian constitutions discuss issues of freedom of religion and belief? « The term “divinely revealed religions” is used in the constitution, laws, and some...
Religious Pluralism in Post-“Arab Spring” Morocco
Title of the lecture : "Re-problematizing the Religious Majority-Minority Dialectics in Post-Arab Spring Morocco: Between Subalternity and Digital Disobedience" Given the debate currently prevai...
The Populist Political Style of the Islamist Moroccan party, the PJD
Title of the lecture : 'The «Us» Against the «Others», the Populist Political Style of the Islamist party the PJD' How do religious actors understand an increasingly globalised and pluralistic w...
Muslims and Islamic responses to Hindu Society and Constitutional liberalism in India
In post 9/11, India was increasingly looked upon as successful story of integration of 3rd largest Muslim community in the world. While the rise of Hindu nationalism has posed a threat to Muslim id...
Personal Status Laws of Women in Egypt and Palestine
Title of the lecture : 'Institutionalized Islam in Personal Status Laws and Challenged Position of Women as ‘the Other’' In most of the Muslim-majority countries, personal status laws are the main...
Islamists and international relations
Full title of the conference: "Islamists and International Relations. What worldview? What diplomatic practices? Emergence, evolution and amendment of a culturalist and antagonistic theory of world...
Muslim as ‘Other’ in former Yugoslavia
Balkan Islam, and in particular that of the former Yugoslavia, is plural because of its ethnic diversity. However, the collective perception does not see it that way, due to a double homogenisation...