Amir Dziri was born in Tunis in 1984 and grew up in Germany. He researches religious thinking and the intellectual and cultural history of Islam in the context of contemporary issues. From 2011 to 2017 he worked at the Center for Islamic Theology at the University of Münster in its institutional and technical-academic establishment. Since September 2017 he has held the first professorship for Islamic studies in Switzerland and is director of the Swiss Center for Islam and Society at the University of Friborg.
The civilizational vocation of Islam in the work of Malek Bennabi
Original Title : La vocation civilisationnelle de l'islam dans l'oeuvre de Malek Bennabi This is an injunction for Muslim society to make history. Rather little recognised in his time and still ...
Producing Islamic Knowledge: Transmission and Dissemination in Western Europe
How do Muslims in Europe acquire discursive and practical knowledge of Islam? How are conceptions of Islamic beliefs, values and practices transmitted and how do they change? Who are the authoritie...
God believes in man: with Islam, towards a new humanism
The message of Mouhanad Khorchide is clear: we need a global humanism that pays tribute to the people as a global family. By recognizing its own potential, Islam can make a decisive contribution. M...
Voci dell’Islam moderno.
God and man in the teachings of the anatolian alevis
Volume 2 of the CIBEDO publication series With a preface by Karl Cardinal Lehmann The Alevis of Anatolia are considered another important group in Islam, alongside the Sunnis and Shiites. Neverthel...