Agenda

Simultaneous interpretation into Italian, French, and English will be provided for all lectures.

Tuesday 26th June

6:00 PM

Words of Welcome

Rector of the Gregorian University / P. Nuno da Silva Gonçalves
President of the PISAI / Valentino Cottini
President of the FUCE / Thierry Magnin
PLURIEL Coordinator / Michel Younès

Opening Speech


Chairman
: Tobias Specker

 

Wednesday 27th June

9:00/9:30

General Introduction


Leïla Babès

 

9:30/10:30

Plenary Conference

  • The question of Community Belonging and its current ambiguities, Ghaleb Bencheikh

Chairman: Michel Younès

 

 11:00/1:00

Panel Discussion (4x20’) 

1st sub-topic: Belongings and Communities

Moderator: Roula Talhouk

  • Al-Wala wa-el-bara: an Issue of Controversy in Contemporary Islam About the Perception and the Status of the Other, Emmanuel Pisani
  • Religious affiliation, belonging and apostaasy : a case study of Christian and Moslem conceptions, Dirk Ansorge
  • Islamic religious education in Public schools. A study on its implementation, curriculum and social impact on the Spanish case, Jaume Flaquer
  • When religion divides the "community". Dynamics of violence and pacification within Arab levant, Marco Demichelis

3:00/5:00

Panel Discussion  (4x20’) 

2nd sub-topic: Belongings and Territories

Moderator:  Michel Younès

  • Islam and Belonging: Between Continuity and Rupture, Ali Mostfa
  • A comparative approach to the concepts of the Common Good and Maslaha, Gonzalo Villagran
  • Belonging(s) and Territory(ies) Through the Prism of Religion, Wael Saleh
  • Religious Freedom: an Instrument for Managing (Citizen) Pluralism on Both Sides of the Mediterranean, Alessandro Ferrari

5:30/7:00

Workshops  (PLURIEL Network Researchers)


3 groups of 20 Speakers

 

Thursday 28th  June

 9:00/10:30

Plenary Conference

The Jinsiyya Obsession and the Muwatana Veil: The Constitutional Politics of Citizenship in the 21st Century, Gianluca Parolin

Chairman: Diego Sarrio

 

11:00/1:00

Plenary Conference  (4x20’) 

3rd sub-topic: Belongings and Citizenships

Moderator: Thom Sicking

  • No belonging for believers? A comparative study of Talal Asad's and Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na'im's discussions of Muslims and their (non-)belonging in the secular-liberal state, Michaela Neulinger
  • Contextualising Islam in Contemporary Spain by Focusing on the Existing Network of Associations and Muslim Foundations, José Luis Llaquet
  • House of agreement - the Islamic tradition of Bosniaks ans it's Europeanness, Anja Zalta
  • The foundations of Citizenship of non-Muslims - Contemporary Readings of Egypt and Lebanon, Anna Hager

 

3:00/3:30

Synthesis

Laurent Basanèse

 

3:30/4:00

Final Lecture

His Eminence The Cardinal TAURAN, President of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue