Emmanuel Pisani: “The thought of al-Ghazali provides a basis for freedom of conscience”
Interview. On the occasion of the publication of his thesis about Abu Hamid Al-Ghazali, which won the Mohamed Arkoun Prize in 2016, Emmanuel Pisani, director of the Dominican Institute of Oriental Studies i...
‘Islamophobia’ in Spain ?
The Bridge Initiative is a project led by Georgetown University that focuses on the problem of ‘Islamophobia’ in the world. Its ‘Islamophobia Resource Center’ (IRC) is a tool for academics and researchers, ...
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[Postponed] IFCU Symposium / Preparing for the COVID-19 World
Postponed to an unspecified date Symposium organized by the International federation of catholic Universities.–> Postponed to an unspecified date. The covid 19 pandemic has been a major crisis of w...
Webinar : Religions and secularism: the challenge of intransigence
Wednesday December 16th, 6.30PM (online) In a context marked by extremism, radicalism, separatism and communitarianism, French society is experiencing an intensification of identity-based and militant withd...
Associate Professor, Sociology Department, Faculty of Art, University of Ljubljana
Professor of English and Cultural Studies
Researcher at the European Centre for Research on Islam and its Interactions (CERII)
Professor of Political Science and International Relations
Jurist and Reserach coordinator
Silvia Pierantoni Giua
Associate Researcher, Political Science, History of Arts, Université Clermont-Auvergne, France
Professor of Social and Political Sciences
Amany Fouad Salib
Associate Researcher at the Centre of Research on Immigration, Ethnicity and Citizenship
Diego Sarrió Cucarella
President of the PISAI and Professor
Aggregate Professor at the Pontifical Gregorian University (Rome), Senior Research Fellow and member of the John XXIII Foundation for Religious Studies (Fscire)
Professor of cultural Integration of Muslim Immigrants in EU – Card. Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw
Professor of dogmatic theology
Dean of the Faculty of Theology of Universidad Loyola in Granada. Professor of Christian social ethics
Doctor habilitated to direct research in political sciences, professor of sociology of religions and Islam studies
Being yourself through the other. How I grew up in a context of diversity
Not without others: recognition of others and unity in Christ – on the relationship between mission and dialogue
Education And Otherness: What are the Issues in a Context of Diversity?
In the era of the continuous call for the adoption of citizenship and living together (al Azhar declaration March 2017) and human brotherhood and common coexistence (Abu Dhabi document February 2019) as the...
The representation of non-Islamist Muslims in Sunni Islamist discourse
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 ...
Thinking Islam in Europe
Interview with Alberto F. Ambrosio, dominican friar, professor of Theology and Histpry of Religions at the Luxembourg School of Religion & Society. Reporter : Raphaël Georgy With the collaboration ofAn...
Muslim as ‘Other’ in former Yugoslavia
Balkan Islam, and in particular that of the former Yugoslavia, is plural because of its ethnic diversity. However, the collective perception does not see it that way, due to a double homogenisation (histori...
Between Standardization And Otherness: Being A Muslim In The In The French Armed Forces
Already present since the colonisation process, the question of Islam within the French army has reappeared strongly with the settling down of the populations resulting from the great waves of industrial im...
Otherness and nationalisms, the threat of identity to openness
This talk addresses the issue of Islam and otherness from the perspective of Christians in the Middle East. At the heart of the multiple constructions of identity since the mid-nineteenth century is the tho...
The other in Islamic civilization: from the immanence of cultures to divine transcendence
Lecture given at the 3rd International Congress of Pluriel on the theme “Islam and Otherness”, on 24 May 2022, at Saint Joseph University in Beirut. Read abstract on the French tab.
Protestantism and Islam
How did Martin Luther and John Calvin view Islam? How have Protestant theologians contributed to research on Islam? Pierre-Olivier Léchot, professor of modern history at the Protestant Institute of Theology...
Corresponding across Religious Borders: The Letter of al-Qūṭī
Summary : This article provides an introduction to the Letter of al-Qūṭī, a short anti-Islamic polemic in Arabic purportedly written by an unknown priest active in Toledo in the mid-1140s, as well as the...
Understanding Ethnic, Religious and Cultural Minorities in Turkey