The Narrative of Islamic violence in History. Creation, artifice and reality

     

Instrucciones y temas

Call for Papers

Aquellas personas interesadas en participar en el workshop pueden enviar una propuesta resumen antes del 30 de abril de 2018 al email mdemichelis@unav.es. El 31 de mayo se notificará a los participantes si se ha aceptado o denegado su propuesta a través del mail. Los textos enviados tendrán un máximo de 500 palabras.

Los asistentes deberán pagar una cuota que incluirá la suscripción a la conferencia, la cena (el día 14) y el kit de la conferencia. El importe variará según la afiliación:

  • Investigadores no afiliados y estudiantes post-doctorales: 60 euros.
  • Profesores titulares, asociados y asistentes: 100 euros.

Teniendo en cuenta los ponentes invitados, se aceptarán textos con las siguientes temáticas:

  • Islam-Christian and inter-religious violence in History

    Islam-Christian and inter-religious violence in History, their concrete as well as invented narrative (7th-19th centuries)

    • The Early centuries of Islam.

    • The Crusades and their invention (Tyreman, 1998).

    • The historical phase of the Gunpowder Empire.

    • Colonialism and anti-Colonialist struggles (18th-20th centuries).

    • Muslims and non-Muslim historians who have written on inter-religious violence or its contrary in the Dar al-Islam.

  • Islam and the “Verses of War”

     Islam and the “Verses of War”, from literary to historical-critical understanding

    • Quran and the “verses of War”, the identification of the enemy.

    • The verses of War and its narrative over the centuries (7th-20th).

    • Qital, Jihad, Harb etc. Arabic terminology on war in the past and in the present.

    • Islamic religious thought and analysis of specific authors. 

  • Orientalism, Occidentalism and the “Clash of Civilizations”

    Orientalism, Occidentalism and the “Clash of Civilizations”, the creation of a narrative of the conflict

    • Ed. Said “Orientalism” and its cultural heritage, post-Orientalism and new- Orientalist positions.

    • The adoption of Western concepts and positions and their customization to Islam, the ongoing “Occidentalist” attitude and narrative.

    • The “Clash of Civilizations” narrative: Islamophobia, War on Terror, anti-Islamic Neoconservative movements and ideology.

    • Political and religious thought on the “perennial” state of world- conflict.

  • The advent of Islamic religious fundamentalism as a cultural factor

    The Academic crisis of the Humanities and the “Engineers of Jihad’s theory” (2016). The advent of Islamic religious fundamentalism as a cultural factor

    • New-Age and the Crisis of the Humanities; academic hyper-specialization and historical common understanding.

    • The Islamic world and its Academic system, the lack of Humanities and the advent of religious ignorance (O. Roy, La Sainte ignorance, 2013).

    • “Bad teachers” new figures, ignorant politicians and the global economy. Islamic political thought and religious fundamentalism.

Contacto

Marco Demichelis
Email: mdemichelis@unav.es
Tel. +34 948 425 600
Ext. 805636

Leyre Ovalle
Email: lovalle@unav.es
Tel. +34 948 425 600
Ext. 806235

Financiación:

European Commission

Marie Curie