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International Workshop New Research on Muḥammad and the Qurʾān : exegetical, historical and linguistic approaches (Rome, 20 septembre)

International Workshop New Research on Muḥammad and the Qurʾān : exegetical, historical and linguistic approaches (Rome, 20 septembre)

Jointly organized by Sapienza University of Rome and Roma Tre University
Rome, September 20-21, 2013

Friday 20 September
Department Italian Institute of Oriental Studies, via Principe Amedeo 182b (former "Caserma Sani"), room 7

15.00-16.45 Discussion of Tommaso Tesei’s PhD thesis, Deux légendes d’Alexandre le Grand dans le Coran : Une étude sur les origines du texte sacré arabe et sur ses liens avec les littératures chrétiennes et juives de l’Antiquité Tardive
- Angelo Arioli, Sapienza University of Rome
- Elisabetta Benigni, University of Turin
- Aboubakr Chraïbi, Inalco
- Guillaume Dye, Université Libre de Bruxelles
- Gabriel Said Reynolds, Notre Dame University
- Roberto Tottoli, "L’Orientale" University of Naples

16.45-17.00 Break

17.00-19.00 Presentation of PhD projects by students in the Islamic Civilization curriculum of the PhD program Culture and Civilizations of Asia and Africa, Sapienza University of Rome.
- Ilaria Cicola, A Computational Approach to the Analysis of the Jābirian Corpus
- Layla Mustapha, Women in the Qur’ān : Sayyid Qutb’s exegesis "Fī Ẓilāl al-Qurʾān"
- Leila Benassi, Some Historical and Linguistic Remarks in Late Middle Arabic Documents
- Marta Campanelli, Complexity and Abstractiveness of the Arabic Linguistic Tradition : the Theory of Grammatical Government and the Refutation of Ibn Maḍā al-Qurṭubī
- Simona Olivieri, Kitāb al-ʾInṣāf : analysis of a linguistic debate

20.00- Social dinner

Saturday 21 September
Department of Foreign Language, Literature and Civilizations, Roma Tre University, Via del Valco di San Paolo, 19, Room C, ground floor

09.00-09.15 Greetings

09.15-11.00 Session I - chair : Biancamaria Scarcia Amoretti, Sapienza University of Rome
- Gabriel Said Reynolds, Notre Dame University, The Qurʾān and History : The Search for Muḥammad’s Christian Heretics
- Giuliano Lancioni, Roma Tre University, The Thesaurus Linguae Arabicae Project : Corpus Studies on Pre- and Proto-Islamic Texts

11.00-11.15 Break

11.15-13.00 Session II - chair : Vanna Calasso, Sapienza University of Rome
- Pierre Lory, EPHE, Les animaux dans le Coran et le hadith : interprétations monothéistes de visions animistes
- Guillaume Dye, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Qurʾānic Studies in Light of Biblical and New Testament Studies : some reflections

13.00-14.15 Lunch

14.15-16.00 Session III - chair : Daniela Bredi, Sapienza University of Rome
- Emilio González Ferrín, University of Seville, From Medina to Baghdad ? Retrospective Narrative Vs. Historical Causality in Early Islam
- Roberto Tottoli, "L’Orientale" University of Naples, The Last Ten Years of Studies on the Qurʾān and Muḥammad : Perspectives and Approaches

16.00-16.15 Break

16.15-18.30 Session IV - chair : Claudio Lo Jacono, "L’Orientale" University of Naples, Istituto per l’Oriente
- Raoul Villano, Sapienza University of Rome, The Binary Structure of the Qurʾān : a Synchronic Approach
- Tommaso Tesei, Sapienza University of Rome, The Perspectives of a Critical Reading of the Qurʾānic Text : Two Pratical Examples
- Marco Boella, Sapienza University of Rome, Qurʾān and Unsupervised Text Mining : Some Ideas and Strategies

18.30-19.00 Discussion

(Source : http://host.uniroma3.it/docenti/lancioni/db/index.php/MuhammadQuran)

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