Publisher : Pontificia Universita Gregoriana - Rome
The publication of the Series Interreligious and Intercultural Investigations has been restarted.
“The Series Interreligious and Intercultural Investigations” started in 1999. Its purpose is to contribute to the encounter of Christianity with people of different religions and cultures, both traditional and contemporary. The Series includes doctoral dissertations of the Pontifical Gregorian University and other academic institutions, as well as scholarly works in line with its editorial policy”.
The Editorial Board is composed of Dr. Amal Hazeen and Dr. Monica Romano and the director of the series is Fr. Laurent Basanese, director of the Gregorian Center for Interreligious Studies.
La publication de la série “Interreligious and Intercultural Investigations” a été relancée.
La série “Interreligious and Intercultural Investigations” a débuté en 1999. Son but est de contribuer à la rencontre du christianisme avec des personnes de religions et de cultures différentes, tant traditionnelles que contemporaines. La série comprend des thèses de doctorat de l’Université pontificale grégorienne et d’autres institutions académiques, ainsi que des travaux savants conformes à sa politique éditoriale”.
Le comité de rédaction est composé du Dr Amal Hazeen et du Dr Monica Romano et le directeur de la série est le Père Laurent Basanese, directeur du Centre grégorien d’études interreligieuses.
تمّت إعادة نشر وإطلاق سلسلة “Interreligious and Intercultural Investigations “.
اُطلقت سلسلة ” Interreligious and Intercultural Investigations” في العام 1999. ويتمثّل هدفها بالمساهمة في لقاء المسيحيّة بأشخاص ينتمون إلى ديانات وثقافات أخرى تقليديّة ومعاصرة على حدّ سواء. تشمل السلسلة أطروحات دكتوراه من الجامعة البابوية الجريجورية ومن معاهد أكاديمية أخرى، وأعمال علّامات تتوافق وسياستها التحريريّة.
تتألف هيئة التحرير من الدكتورة أمل هزيم والدكتورة مونيكا رومانو . أمّا مدير السلسلة فهو الأب لوران باسانيز مدير المركز الغريغوري للدراسات بين الأديان.
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