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Conference "The sciences of Islam, between repetition and innovation What is commenting in Islam ?" (IDEO, Cairo, January 14‒16, 2016)

Concluding conference of the 200 Project The sciences of Islam, between repetition and innovation What is commenting in Islam ?

The Dominican Institute for Oriental Studies (IDEO), in collaboration with Bayt al-Sinnari, is pleased to announce the holding of the concluding conference of the 200 Project.

January 14‒16, 2016
From 9 am to 6 pm.
The lectures will be held at Bayt al-Sinnari (Sayyeda Zeinab area).
The 200 Project, a project of IDEO funded by the European Union, aims at the historical contextualisation of 200 authors of the Islamic heritage.

Bayt al-Sinnari, affiliate of Bibliotheca Alexandrina, was built in 1794, home of Napoleon Bonaparte’s Institute for the Committee of Science and Arts. (Facebook page…)

The lectures will be either in French, Arabic or English. No translation will be provided.
Les conférences seront en français, en arabe ou en anglais. La traduction ne sera pas assurée.
ستكون المحاضرات بالفرنسية أو بالعربية أو بالإنجليزية ولن نوفر الترجمات.
Keynote speakers :

Walid Saleh (Canada / Toronto)
Nadjet Zouggar (France / LabEx Resmed)

Speakers :

  • Ahmad Waguih (Egypt / IDEO) : كتاب معرفة أنواع علم الحديث لابن الصلاح
  • Ahmed Oulddali (France / Iremam) : Le Kitāb al-maḥṣūl de Faḫr al-Dīn al-Rāzī
  • Alaa Badawy (Egypt / IDEO) : الشروحات العربية لكتاب المسائل في الطب لحنين بن إسحاق
  • Éric Chaumont (Belgium / Iremam) : L’autorité des textes au sein du šāfiʿisme ancien
  • Géraldine Jenvrin (France / Nantes) : Étude du tafsīr d’al-Qurtubī
  • Islam Dayeh (Jordan / Berlin) : Al-Ḥarāllī’s key to understanding the Qurʾān
  • Kamran I. Karimullah (USA / Manchester) : Ibn Abī Ṣādiq and Fakhr al-Dīn al-Rāzī
  • Lambertus van Lit (Netherlands / Yale) : Basic terms of the commentary tradition
  • Misbahur Rehman (Pakistan / Erfurt) : The oral origins of commentaries in early Islam
  • Nathan Spannaus (USA / Oxford) : The commentary in the post-classical Kalām
  • Nicola Carpentieri (Italy / Manchester) : Phrenitis in the Arabic Hippocratic Aphorisms
  • Omar Hamdan (Palestine / Tübingen) : المنظومة الرائية في رسم المصحف للشاطبي وشروحها
  • Philipp Bruckmayr (Austria / Wien) : Al-Sanūsī’s Umm al-barāhīn reception in Malaysia
  • Rowan Gould (Australia / Melbourne) : Abū Ḥayyān’s Baḥr al-muḥīṭ and Zamaḫšarī’s Kaššāf
  • Zacky Khairul Umam (Indonesia / Berlin) : The commentary of Ashʿarī creeds in 17th c. Medina

Voir en ligne : IDEO (Programme)

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