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Islam and Belonging | Proceedings of the 2nd PLURIEL Congress

Table of contents

First part : BELONGING AND COMMUNITIES (31)

1. Religious Affiliation, Belonging and Apostasy: A Case Study of Christian and Muslim Concepts, Dirk ANSORGE (33)

2. Le blasphème en islam, d’hier à aujourd”hui, Hamadi REDISSI (49)

3. A comparative approach to the concepts of the Common Good and Maslaḥa, Gonzalo VILLAGRÁN (63)

Second part : BELONGING AND TERRITORIES (73)

4. The Jinsiyya Obsession and the Muwatana Veil: The Constitutional Politics of Citizenship in the 21st Century, Gianluca PAROLIN (75)

5. Appartenance(s) et territoire(s) au prisme de la religiosité (al- tadayyun) dans la pensée arabomusulmanne actuelle. L’exemple de l’Égypte, Wael SALEH (91)

6. When does Religion divide the Community? Reconsidering the Dynamics of Violence and Pacification in the 19th century Ottoman Arab Levant, Marco DEMICHELIS (117)

7. Les fondements de la citoyennté des non-musulmans. Des lectures islamiques modernes d’Égypte et du Liban, Anna HAGER (141)

Third part : BELONGING AND CITIZENSHIP (157)

8. Pour une agora politique partagée autour de la Méditerrannée, Alssandro FERRARI (159)

9. Believing and Belonging? No Belonnging for Believers? A comparative study of Talal Asad’s and Abdullahi Ahmed An- Naʽim’s discussions of Muslims and their (non)belonging in the secular-liberal state, Michaela QUAST-NEULINGER (167)

10. Islam et appartenance. L’appartenance au prisme de l’espace et du territoire, Ali MOSTFA (181)

11. The contextualization of Islam in contemporary Spain. Main foundations and associative networks, José Luis LLAQUET DE ENTRAMBASAGUAS (199)

12. L’éducation islamique des enfants dans les écoles et les mosquées en Espagne. Sa mise en œuvre, son programme et son impact social, Jaume FLAQUER (219)

13. “House of agreement” – The islamic tradition of Bosniaks and its Europeanness, Anja ZALTA (243)

Réflexions conclusives : Islam et appartenance(s),
De l’appartenance aux frontières, Laurent Basanese (289)

Table des matières

Première partie : APPARTENANCE(S) ET COMMUNAUTÉ(S) (31)

1. Religious Affiliation, Belonging and Apostasy: A Case Study of Christian and Muslim Concepts, Dirk ANSORGE (33)

2. Le blasphème en islam, d’hier à aujourd”hui, Hamadi REDISSI (49)

3. A comparative approach to the concepts of the Common Good and Maslaḥa, Gonzalo VILLAGRÁN (63)

Deuxième partie : APPARTENANCE(S) ET TERRITOIRE(S) (73)

4. The Jinsiyya Obsession and the Muwatana Veil: The Constitutional Politics of Citizenship in the 21st Century, Gianluca PAROLIN (75)

5. Appartenance(s) et territoire(s) au prisme de la religiosité (al- tadayyun) dans la pensée arabomusulmanne actuelle. L’exemple de l’Égypte, Wael SALEH (91)

6. When does Religion divide the Community? Reconsidering the Dynamics of Violence and Pacification in the 19th century Ottoman Arab Levant, Marco DEMICHELIS (117)

7. Les fondements de la citoyennté des non-musulmans. Des lectures islamiques modernes d’Égypte et du Liban, Anna HAGER (141)

Troisième partie : APPARTENANCE(S) ET CITOYENNETÉ(S) (157)

8. Pour une agora politique partagée autour de la Méditerrannée, Alssandro FERRARI (159)

9. Believing and Belonging? No Belonnging for Believers? A comparative study of Talal Asad’s and Abdullahi Ahmed An- Naʽim’s discussions of Muslims and their (non)belonging in the secular-liberal state, Michaela QUAST-NEULINGER (167)

10. Islam et appartenance. L’appartenance au prisme de l’espace et du territoire, Ali MOSTFA (181)

11. The contextualization of Islam in contemporary Spain. Main foundations and associative networks, José Luis LLAQUET DE ENTRAMBASAGUAS (199)

12. L’éducation islamique des enfants dans les écoles et les mosquées en Espagne. Sa mise en œuvre, son programme et son impact social, Jaume FLAQUER (219)

13. “House of agreement” – The islamic tradition of Bosniaks and its Europeanness, Anja ZALTA (243)

Réflexions conclusives : Islam et appartenance(s),
De l’appartenance aux frontières, Laurent Basanese (289)

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