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Religious Culture in Late Antique Arabia (25 - 27 Juin 2009)

PROGRAMME

Freitag /Friday, 26 June 2009
(Brugsch-Pascha-Saal, Museum für Islamische Kunst, Geschwister-Scholl-Strasse 2-8)

RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES IN LATE ANTIQUE ARABIA : DIVERSITY AND INTERACTION

9:00-9:20 Isabel Toral-Niehoff, Kirill Dmitriev, Dirk Hartwig, Opening statement
9:20-10:00 Martin Tamcke (Universität Göttingen), Das Verhältnis von theologischer Lehre und religiöser Praxis bei den ostsyrischen Christen in Qatar (6./7. Jahrhundert)
10:00-10:40 Erica Hunter (SOAS), The Advent of Islam to Mesopotamia ; the formative contribution of Hira
10:40-11:20 Isabel Toral-Niehoff (Freie Universität Berlin), Die Taufe des letzten Lakhmidenkönigs : Ein "Barbarenfürst" konvertiert
11:20-11:40 Kaffeepause / Coffee Break
11:40-12:20 Elizabeth Key Fowden (Athens), Saints and Prophets in Christian and Muslim pilgrimage
12:20-13:00 Francis Breyer (Humboldt Universität), Altsüdarabische Kulte im vorchristlichen Abessinien
13:00-14:00 Mittagessen / Lunch

RELIGIOUS IDENTITY IN LATE ANTIQUE ARABIA : PRACTICES AND SETTINGS

14:00-14:40 Konstantin Klein (Oxford University), Constant threat or successful integration ? The motif of the conversion of nomad Arab tribes at the Roman Eastern frontier in late antique sources
14:40-15:20 Oleg Redkin (St. Petersburg State University), Economy of Arabia and early Islam
15:20-15:40 Kaffeepause / Coffee Break
15:40-16:20 Cornelia B. Horn (Saint Louis University), Apocryphal Traditions, A Meeting Ground between Manichaeans, Pre-Islamic Arabic Poetic Traditions, Orthodox Christians, and early Muslims in Late Antique Arabia
16:20-17:00 Bruno Paoli (IFPO, Damascus), Traders, Innkeepers and Wine Waiters : Foreigners and People of the Book in Arabic Wine Poetry
17:00-17:40 Kirill Dmitriev (Freie Universität Berlin), The motif of monumentum aere perennius by Samaw’ al b. ’Adiya’
17:40-19:00 Pause / Break
19:00-20:30 Lecture by Christoph Markschies (Humboldt Universität), Miaphysiten und andere christliche Konfessionen in Südarabien (Fritz-Reuter-Saal der Humboldt Universität, Dorotheenstr. 24)

Samstag / Saturday, 27 June 2009
(Brugsch-Pascha-Saal, Museum für Islamische Kunst, Geschwister-Scholl-Strasse 2-8)

RELIGION’S IMPACT ON CULTURE : INVESTIGATING EARLY ARABIC LITERARY SOURCES

9:00-9:40 Angelika Neuwirth (Freie Universität Berlin), The difference that matters : pragmatism versus ’scripturalism’ among the early listeners of the Qu’ran
9:40-10:20 Gabriel Reynolds (Notre Dame University), Whom does the Qu’ran Accuse of Scriptual Falsification ?
10:20-11:00 Anne-Sylvie Boisliveau (Aix-en-Provence University), Polemics in the Qur’anic text : a clue about the pre-Islamic religious concern
11:00-11:20 Kaffeepause / Coffee Break
11:20-12:00 Mehmetcan Akpinar (University of Chicago), The Bahira Anecdote and the Role of Christian Monks in the Early Islamic Period
12:00-12:40 Nicolai Sinai (BBAW), Umayya ibn abi s-Salt and the Qu’ran Revisited
12:40-13:20 Ronny Vollandt (University of Cambridge), The earliest manuscript evidences of Arabic translations of the Pentateuch
13:20-14:20 Mittagessen / Lunch
14:20-15:00 Dirk Hartwig (New York University), Tallits in Medina : How to determine the periods of fasting in Ramadan ?
15:00-15:40 Miriam Goldstein (Bar Ilan University), Early interactions between Muslims and Jews in late antique Arabia and the origins of Jewish bible exegesis in Arabic
15:40-16:00 Kaffeepause / Coffee Break

DISCUSSION FORUM : RE-CONSIDERING ISLAMIC ART

16:00-18:00 Re-considering Islamic Art, Late Antiquity in the Museum Context. Discussion forum with Stefan Weber, Director of the Museum of Islamic Art, Berlin

(Source : Freie Universität Berlin, Seminar für Semitistik und Arabistik)

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