Associated Professor - Pontifical Gregorian University (PGU), Pontifical Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies (PISAI), Rome.
Adresse mail
adnane.mokrani@pisai.it
Université et pays de rattachement
The Pontifical Gregorian University (PGU), Rome ; The Pontifical Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies (PISAI), Rome - Italy
Fonction actuelle
  • Aggregated (aggregato) Professor (PGU)
  • Associated Professor (PISAI)
Titres académiques
  • PhD in Islamic Theology from al-Zaytuna University (Tunis 1997).
  • PhD in Muslim-Christian Relations from the Pontifical Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies (Rome 2005).
Domaines d’enseignement
  • Islamic Studies
  • Arabic Language
Domaine de recherche
  • Islamic Theology
  • Islamic Philosophy
  • Sufism
  • Qur’anic Studies
  • Hadith Studies
Thématique de recherche
  • Religious pluralism in the Qur’an
  • Tradition and Islamic thought
  • New approaches in Islamic Theology
  • New methodologies and approaches in the Qur’anic Studies (like the application of the Semitic Rhetorical analysis on the Qur’an)
  • Islamic interpretation of René Girard’s Mimetic theory (religion and violence)
Publications / contributions
  • “The Secular State as a Religious Necessity, an Islamic Perspective”, in: Religious Plurality and the Public Space, Joint Christian–Muslim Theological Reflections, the Lutheran World Federation (Geneva), Centre for Islamic Theology, Münster (Germany), 2015, pp. 41-49.
  • “Dal trono di Saba’ al Trono di Dio” [From the throne of Saba’ to the Throne of God], in: Il trono della regina di Saba, cultura e diplomazia tra Italia e Yemen. La collezione sudarabica del Museo nazionale d’arte orientale, Artemide, Roma 2012, pp. 157-162.
  • “Matrimonio e famiglia nell’islam europeo” [Marriage and Family in European Islam], in: Matrimonio e famiglia in una società multireligiosa e multiculturale, giornata accademica e solenne atto accademico della Pontificia Università Gregoriana, 10 marzo 2011, a cura di Janusz Kowal SJ, Mirjam Kovač, GBP, 2012, pp. 193-205.
  • Al-tajriba al-dîniyya wa al-naṣṣ” [the Religious Experience and the Text], in: al-naṣṣ al-kitâbî wa al-naṣṣ al-qur’ânî: al-tashakkul wa al haqîqa, a‘mâl al-mu’tamar al-lâhûtî al-sâdis fî al-jâmi‘a al-anṭûniyya, bayrût, huzayrân (June) 2011, pp. 225-247.
  • “Âshûrâ’ in Sunnite Mirrors: Confused Borders between Joy and Sadness”, Islamochristiana 36, PISAI, Roma, 2010, pp. 47–62.
  • “La visita all’Imam al–Husayn: dal libro Mafâtîh al–jinân dello Shaykh ‘Abbâs al–Qummî”, Islamochristiana 36, PISAI, Roma, 2010, pp. 77–99.
  • Leggere il Corano a Roma, (in Italian, Reading the Qur’an in Rome), Cipax, Icone, Roma, 2010.
  • Sîra fikriyya, muqâbala ma‘a al-ab Samîr Khalîl Samîr al-yasû‘î (in Arabic, An Intellectual Biography, An Interview With F. Samir Khalil Samir sj, (Supplement to: Lebanese Christians’ Points of Views on Muslim-Christian Relations), Centre de documentation et de recherches arabes chrétiennes CEDRAC, the Saint-Joseph University, Beirut, 2010.
  • Nazarât al-masîhiyyîn al-lubnâniyyîn lil-‘alâqât al-islâmiyya al-masîhiyya 1990-2000 (in Arabic, The Points of View of Lebanese Christians on Muslim-Christian Relations1990-2000), Centre de documentation et de recherches arabes chrétiennes CEDRAC, the Saint-Joseph University, Beirut, 2009, 2 vol.
  • Naqd al-adyân ‘inda Ibn Hazm al-Andalusî 994-1063 (in Arabic: Criticism of Religions according to Ibn Hazm 994-1063), The International Institute of Islamic Thought IIIT, Virginia, USA, 2008.
  • “Il dialogo del Movimento dei Focolari con i musulmani”, Islamochristiana 34, Pontificio Istituto di Studi Arabi e d’Islamistica (PISAI), Roma, 2008, pp. 79–86.
  • “Quando il testo spiega l’uomo, per una lettura esistenziale del Corano” (When the Text Explains the Human Being, for an Existential Reading of the Qur’an), in: Testo sacro e religioni, ermeneutiche a confronto, a cura di Gaspare Mura, Urbaniana University Press, Roma, 2006, pp. 407-414.
  • Healing Memories, First Gathering Between Muslim and Christian Young People in Post War Lebanon, in: Journal of Middle Eastern Geopolitics, University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Year I, Vol. I, July-September 2005, N.1, pp. 61-68.
  • Les festivités dans l’Islam (Feasts in Islam), in: La Fête rencontre du sacré et du profane, Notre vie liturgique, ètudes Inter-Religieuses, Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches Orientales, Ordre Atonin Maronite, Antélias, 2004, t. II, pp. 83-106.
  • A Dialogical Pilgrimage, in: Reflections on Dialogue: Life Experience, Muslim Students in Rome. Encounter (Documents for Muslim-Christian Understanding), N° 282. PISAI, Rome, February 2002, pp. 7-10.
  • Riflessioni Islamiche sul Liber (Islamic Reflections on the Liber), in: Convivium Assisiense. Atti del convegno tenuto in Assisi e Foligno nei giorni 1 e 2 dicembre 2000. Anno III, n. 2, luglio-dicembre 2001, pp. 65-74.
  • Ta’ammulat maryamiyya (Marian Reflections, in Arabic), postface of Mgr. George Khodr, the Greek-Orthodox Archbishop of Monte Lebanon, Center of Christian-Islamic Studies, University of Balamand, Balamand, Lebanon, 2001.
  • “The Liberation of the Human Being from the Market’s Idolatry” (in Arabic), in: Religion, Pluralism and Globalization, Center of Christian-Islamic Studies, University of Balamand, Balamand, Lebanon, 2000, pp. 127-136.
  • « The Spiritual Dialogue: a Mystical Approach » (in Arabic), in: Islamochristiana, PISAI, Rome, 2000. N° 26, pp. 11-23.
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