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Autour du Coran de Gwalior : Polysémie d’un manuscrit à peintures (14-15 juin 2012)

Colloque international – juin 2012 Jeudi 14 juin 2012 Institut d’art et d’archéologie (INHA), Salle Perrot 2, rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris
Vendredi 15 juin 2012 BnF – site Richelieu, Salle des commissions 5, rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris
Organisé par Éloïse Brac de la Perrière (Paris-Sorbonne – UMR 8167)
Francis Richard (BULAC – UMR 7528) Jean-Pierre Van Staëvel (Paris-Sorbonne – UMR 8167)
Coordination Sandra Aube (Panthéon-Sorbonne – UMR 8167)
Avec le soutien de UMR 8167 – Orient et (...)

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Qur’anic Studies Today (9 Novembre 2012)

Qur’anic Studies Today
Friday, November 9 Swift Common Room 8:30 am — 5 pm
This workshop reviews the diverse methodologies currently applied in Qur’anic studies. It takes a fresh look at texts that incorporate traditional and modern, Arab and Muslim scholarship. Rather than searching for influences or deviations, the relationship between the various traditions will have to be considered as a conversation—a process of negotiating, and sometimes superseding, given versions.
Organizer : (...)

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The Qur’an And Adab Traditions (24-26 avril 2012)

The Qur’an And Adab Traditions The Institute of Ismaili Studies, London 24 – 26 April 2012
Adab between Belles-lettres and the Qur’an: Redefining and Expanding the Boundaries Nuha al-Sha‘ar, The Institute of Ismaili Studies, London
The term adab has been a subject for debate and discussion in modern scholarship. This paper aims to visit and reflect on this concept by rethinking the definition of adab through its relationship with the Qur’an. The paper also explores the (...)

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Translating the Qur’an (16 mars 2012)

Translating the Qur’an
A conference devoted to the European reception and understanding of the Qur’an Launch Conference Centre for the History of Arabic Studies in Europe (CHASE) The Warburg Institute 16 March 2012
The Warburg Institute
10.00 Doors open – Registration – Welcome
10.15 Thomas E. Burman (Tennessee) Reading and Translating the Qur’an with the Dominican Arabists, c. 1240 – 1320
11.00 Coffee
11.30 Hartmut Bobzin (Erlangen) The Long History of the First German (...)

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