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

     

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Programa

14th of December - Main Hall ICS

14.00

Official Greetings
14.30 Introduction by Marco Demichelis, MSCA at University of Navarra, Spain
1. SECTION. ISLAM AND VIOLENCE IN A HISTORICAL NARRATIVE
Marco Demichelis, University of Navarra (Chair)
14.45

The Early Development of the Narrative of Islamic Violence
Fred Donner, University of Chicago, United States (Guest Speaker)

Abstract (pdf)

15.30

The retrospective narrative on Islamic FATH: origins & beginnings
Emilio Gonzales Ferrin, University of Sevilla, Spain

Abstract (pdf)

15.50

Violence, jihad, policy and legitimacy: al-Mansur's career (976-1002) and the war against Christendom
Xavier Ballestín, University of Barcelona, Spain

Abstract (pdf)

16.10

Narrating the Islamic Conquests and Holy War: Mahmud of Ghazna and al-Andalus in the 11th Century
Javier Albarrán, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

Abstract (pdf)

16.30 Debate
17.00 Coffee Break
2.SECTION. ISLAM AND THE "VERSES OF WAR", A RELIGIOUS PERSPECTIVE
Jaume Aurell, University of Navarra (Chair)
17.15

"Victory follows with deep piety!" Warfare and Martyrdom rhetoric in the  Qurʾān and Eastern Christian culture in Late Antiquity
Mehdi Azaiez, KU Leuven University, Belgium (Guest Speaker)

Abstract (pdf)

18.00

Toward a Phenomenological Archeology of Islamic Violence
Sylvain Camilleri, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium

Abstract (pdf)

18.20

Beyond Shari'a and Jihad: War and peace in Islamic philosophical ethics and adab literature (mirrors of princes)
Heydar Shadi, Goethe Universitat Frankfurt, Germany

Abstract (pdf)

(not present at the conference)

18.40 Debate
19.10 Debate's ending
15th of December - Main Hall ICS
3.SECTION. ORIENTALISM  AND  POST-ORIENTALISM:  THE  NARRATIVE  OF ISLAMIC VIOLENCE IN CONTEMPORARY I
Montserrat Herrero, University of Navarra (Chair)
09.30

Reframing the European crisis: Orientalism and the eschatology of Islamic terror
Andrea Mura, Goldsmith University in London, United Kingdom, (Guest Speaker)

Abstract (pdf)

10.15

Jihadism as an Anomic Ideology: Interrogating the Western Origins of Islamic State
Naveed Sheykh, Keele Univerity, United Kingdom

Abstract (pdf)

10.35

Conspiring to Refute Anti-Muslim Conspiracy Theories
Whitney Bodman, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, United States

Abstract (pdf)

10.55 Coffee Break

4. SECTION.  ORIENTALISM  AND  POST-ORIENTALISM:  THE  NARRATIVE OF  ISLAMIC VIOLENCE IN CONTEMPORARY II
Javier Gil. Universidad Francisco de Vitoria (Chair)

11.15

Jihadism au rebours: supremacism narrative and Islamic contemporary thought for a counter- Hegemonic discourse
Marco Demichelis, University of Navarra, Spain

Abstract (pdf)

12.00

Violent Radicalization: Beyond Ideology or Religion
Dr. Miguel Peco-Yeste, Independent Research Fellow

12.20

Ambivalent allies, positive Muslim characters in the representation of the War on Terror
Thomas Richard, Université Clermont-Auvergne, France

Abstract (pdf)

12.40 General Debate
13.10 Conclusion.
Prof. Ali Mostfa, Université Catholique de Lyon, France (Guest Speaker)
14.00 Greetings, conference’s ending and informal lunch.

 

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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

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Financiación:

European Commission

Marie Curie