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Projecting a New Empire : Formats, Social Meaning, and Mediality of (...)

Projecting a New Empire : Formats, Social Meaning, and Mediality of Imperial Arabic in the Umayyad and Early Abbasid Periods (October 2021)

Garosi (Eugenio), Projecting a New Empire : Formats, Social Meaning, and Mediality of Imperial Arabic in the Umayyad and Early Abbasid Periods, Berlin, De Gruyter, ("Studies in the History and Culture of the Middle East ; 42"), 2021, 450 p ISBN 9783110740721

Séminaire : The European Qur'an (21-25 juin 2021)

Séminaire : The European Qur’an (21-25 juin 2021)

The objective of this seminar is to analyse the role that the Qur’an had in interactions in modern and medieval Europe with Islam, in debates between Christians of various persuasions and doctrines or in criticism of Christianity during the Enlightenment, among other areas of investigation.

Colloque "L'ésotérisme et le Coran" (Lausanne, 5-7 Mai, (...)

Colloque "L’ésotérisme et le Coran" (Lausanne, 5-7 Mai, 2022)

Esotericism and the Qur’an / L’ésoterisme et le Coran Unversity of Lausanne & University of Geneva Lausanne, 5-7 May, 2022 [Objectifs The Qur’an proclaims itself a message to all humankind (...)

Jews and the Qur'an (Octobre 2021)

Jews and the Qur’an (Octobre 2021)

Bar-Asher (Meir M.), Jews and the Qur'an, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2021, 176 p. ISBN 9780691211350

Qur'anic Matters : Material Mediations and Religious Practice in Egypt (...)

Qur’anic Matters : Material Mediations and Religious Practice in Egypt (Octobre 2021)

Suit (Natalia K.), Qur'anic Matters. Material Mediations and Religious Practice in Egypt, NYC, Bloomsbury, ("Bloomsbury Studies in Material Religion"), 2021, 232 p. ISBN 978-1350267299.

11th Enoch Seminar / Session on "Early Islam" 27 Mai, (...)

11th Enoch Seminar / Session on "Early Islam" 27 Mai, 2021

To mark the 200th anniversary of the first “full” English translation of the “book of Enoch” by Richard Laurence (1821) and the 20th anniversary of the Enoch Seminar, the LMU Munich Congress on Apocalypticism in Antiquity has assembled 120 scholars and colleagues from around the world to address a much debated question that remains relevant for today.