Panel 3 : Axe citoyenneté

MERCREDI 15 AVRIL 2020 
13h30 - 15h30 - Université Saint Joseph de Beyrouth

Salle A

  • BOUCHIBA Farid (France) | Dar al-islam and dar al-harb in contemporary Muslim thought  
  • HASHAS Mohammed (Italy) | The Other in Trusteeship Paradigm of Taha Abderrahmane: Prospects and Limitations
  • SALEM Ahmed (Egypt) The other biblical, from dhimma to modern citizenship. The Egyptian case as a model
  • YASSNI Yassine (Morocco) | Black as the Other in Islamic Culture

Salle B

  • DIAB Issa (Lebanon) | Islam's attitude towards the Christians and the Jews in Sayyid Qutb's approach and its contemporary extensions
  • FLEYFEL Antoine (France / Lebanon) | The other in the Muslim Brotherhood's tought. Hassan al- Banna and Sayyid Qutb
  • KARACA Asli (Turkey) | Institutionalized Islam in Personal Status Laws and Challenged Position of Women as ‘the Other’
  • MAREI Fouad Gehad (Germany) | From the Throes of Anguished Mourning: Shi’i Ritual Practice and Post-Secular Modes of Socialization
  • SALEH Wael (Canada) | The representation of non-Islamist Muslims in Sunni Islamist discourse: an intra-religious otherness?

Salle C

  • ALAM Anwar (India) | Muslims and Islamic responses to Hindu Society and Constitutional liberalism in India
  • BOUTAHAR Youssef (Morocco) | Re-problematizing the Religious Majority-Minority Dialectics in Post-Arab Spring Morocco: Between Subalternity and Digital Disobedience
  • PANJWANI Imranali (United Kingdom) | Expanding the Horizons of Fiqh al-Aqalliyyat (Minority Jurisprudence): The Creation of al-Qanun al-Da’wa al-Aqalliyyat (Minority Case Law) for the Recognition of Migrant Muslim Rights and Identities
  • SETTOUL Elyamine (France) | Being a Muslim in the French armies. Between trivialisation and otherness.

Salle D

  • ALHOURANI Alla (South Africa) | Aesthetic formations of muslim-ness, citizenship and belongings in Cape Town
  • ANSORGE Dirk (Germany) | Embracing the Other: Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri‘s. Approach to Human Rights and Democracy
  • EVIRGEN Yusuf (Turkey) | Understanding post-Islamists’ ‘Othering’: The AK Party Case from 2002 to 2011
  • NESTOROVIC Cédomir (Singapore) | The Muslim as 'other' in the former Yugoslavia
  • VASFI Mohamed Reza (Iran / Austria) | The rights of non-Muslims in Iran, and how it relates to sharia