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University platform for research on Islam

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Wael Saleh

Wael Saleh completed his thesis in Applied Human Sciences (Political Science and Islamic Studies) at the Université de Montréal in 2017. His thesis focused on the continuities, evolutions and ruptures in the conception of the state through the prism of the link between the religious and the political in modern and contemporary Egyptian thought. He is co-founder and director of the Institute for Post-Spring Arab Studies (IEPPA). Wael Saleh’s research interests include the history and geopolitics of religio-political ideas in the Arab world; contemporary Egypt; political Islam; epistemological and methodological issues of violence in the name of Islam, identities and conflicts in the Middle East; analysis of media and academic works on the Arab world.

He is co-founder of the Interdisciplinary Observatory of Islamist Movements (OIMI) at the CRC-IPG (Canada Research Chair Islam, Pluralism and Globalization), Université de Montréal; and associate researcher at the Observatory on the Middle East and North Africa, Raoul-Dandurand Chair in Strategic and Diplomatic Studies, Université du Québec à Montréal.

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Université de Montréal - Canada

Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) - Canada

Epistemological and methodological issues in studies on violence in the name of Islam (Montreal)

This group aims to provide food for thought on the following questions: Are the available conceptual and epistemological methods and tools adequate enough to decipher the specific and complex discourses, practices and developments related to the use of violence in the name of Islam? Isn’t new research imperative to enrich our understanding of this phenomenon, to redress perspectives, to fill current gaps and to deconstruct widespread prejudices?

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The representation of non-Islamist Muslims in Sunni Islamist discourse

  • Wael Saleh

Full lecture title : 'The representation of non-Islamist Muslims in Sunni Islamist discourse: an intra-religious otherness?' In what ways do non-Brother Muslims (especially secular, liberal and ...

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Radical evil and the Canadian multiculturalist otherness

  • Mounia Ait Kabboura

The "radical evil" that tore Europe apart in the 20th century was totalitarianism (Hannah Arendt). Today, this evil has been reincarnated into a barbaric radicalisation that undermines societies. T...

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Islamists and international relations

  • Mohamed-Ali Adraoui

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...

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Fundamental and applied Islamology

  • Michel Younès

Lecture given on 14 October 2021 at the Catholic University of Lyon during the conference « Radicalisation leading to violence in the name of Islam, Epistemological, methodological and ethical appr...

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From Applied Islamology to Applied Islamismology

  • Patrice Brodeur
  • Wael Saleh

Lecture given on 14 October 2021 at the Catholic University of Lyon during the conference "Radicalisation leading to violence in the name of Islam, Epistemological, methodological and ethical appro...

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Violence and Jihad in Islam: From the War of Words to the Clashes of Definitions

  • Mohamed-Ali Mostfa

This article explores the phenomena of violence and jihad in three parts: their emergence and trajectory in the Qur’anic text, their meanings, and their entanglement with the religious cause. The o...

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Violence in Early Islam. Religious Narratives, the Arab Conquests and the Canonization of Jihad

  • Marco Demichelis

Presentation: The concept of jihad holds a prominent place in Islamic thought and history. Beyond its spiritual meanings, the term has historically been associated with the sweeping Arab-Believers ...

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The (neo) Muslim Brothers and the new capitalist spirit

  • Haoues Seniguer

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