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Anne-Sophie Vivier-Muresan

Doctor in theology and anthropology, director of the ISEO – Institut Supérieur d’Études Œcuméniques at the Institut catholique de Paris.
Specialized in dogmatic theology, she is the holder of the Jean and Maurice de Pange 2020 Prize rewarding her thesis “The dialogue of Trinitarian love. Perspectives opened by Dumitru Stăniloae”.
Her favourite disciplines: trinitarian theology, theology of religions, and many issues related to Islam (contemporary currents of Islam, Islam in France, the Islamic-Christian dialogue).

Her research interests include religious anthropology (Shi’ism, Eastern Christianity), Trinitarian theology, contemporary orthodox theology and theology of religions.
She has participated in numerous international conferences and congresses. Her publications include the collective work, which she co-edited:A l’écoute de l’autre. Penser l’altérité au cœur du dialogue interreligieux, with Henri de La Hougue, DDB, Paris, 2015.

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Institut Catholique de Paris - France

Islam and Otherness (Paris)

In the global context of identity tensions, migratory flows, depreciation of the image of the Muslim world and its association to Daesh and al-Qaeda’s terrorist attacks, the Institute of Science and Theology of Religions in Paris intends to carry out a research on the capacity of Islam to maintain a constructive and peaceful relationship with […]

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Dialogue between diverse cultural and religious ways of thinking (Closed)

e are always East or West of another culture. What happens when cultures meet? What happens when a Chinese person encounters a European line of thought or speech, the structures of which have been built and developed over centuries? Similarly, what happens when a Western individual encounters a Chinese idea, born out of a Chinese culture that has also been built and developed over centuries? Is it enough to know the language?

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