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Religious Texts in Islam : Authority, Reception and Use (8 août 2007)

The workshop "Religious Texts in Islam" aims at reconsidering the authority of religious texts as ensuing from their reception and employ.

Religious Texts in Islam : Authority, Reception and Use

organised by Dr. Asma Hilali and Prof. Dr. Stefan Leder

Location : Orientwissenschaftliches Zentrum
Mühlweg 15
06114 Halle (Saale)
Seminar room 1


This approach, inspired by the theoretical framework of pragmatics, is not concerned with the « origin » of the religious text, nor deals with any specific historical period. Instead, our purpose here is to examine the manners and effects of the reception of religious texts and their application to various contexts and practices as these contribute to the construction of authority. (...).




17.00 - 20.00
Open session : The participants are invited to present themselves and their work as far it is related to the issues in question. We also would want to engage in critical discussion of contemporary hadîth studies trying to identify problems and matters unstudied so far. This session will be organized as an open discussion and introduction to next day’s session.



10.00 - 10.45
Dr. Adrien Leites (Paris) :
Gazâlî’s use of hadîth

10.45 - 11.30
Dr. Recep Senturk (Istanbul) :
Farewell Sermon and its Changing Classicaland Modern Usages in the Human Rights Debate

11.30 - 12.15
Mehmetcan Akpinar (Halle) :
The Prophet’s words as a Narrative Matrix

12.15 - 12.45

12.45 - 13.30
Dr. Andreas Goerke (Berlin) :
Maghazi and Hadith

13.30 - 14.15
Dr. Jonathan Brown (University of Washington) :
How We Know that Early Hadith Scholars Did Matn Criticism and Why It’s So Hard to Find ?

14.15 - 15.00
Dr. Asma Hilali (Halle) :
Some remarks about the usage of eschatological hadîth-s

15.00 - 15.15

06/08/2007, 5 - 8 pm : Presentation of the participants


Voir en ligne : lire l’ensemble des contributions (textes d’Asma HILALI)

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