Islamic Education and Public School
Workshop 6th-8th of April 2016
Arden Conference Centre, University of Warwick
14-14.30 Welcome and Introduction
Jenny Berglund & Leslie Francis
Conceptions of Islamic Religious Education: Implications for Public Schooling
Discussions on Islamic Education in Turkey
The Education of Islam in Finnish schools: Equality, Integration, Securitization
Discussant: Ina ter Avest
Between old traditions and new diversities – Islamic religious education in Poland
Agata S. Nalborczyk & Konrad Pedtziwiatr
(Re)discovering one’s religion – private Islamic education in Lithuanian Muslim communities
Islamic Education in Austria – New Discourses and Recent Developments
Discussant: Farid Panjwani
Islamic Education in Public School and Mosques in Germany – Relations of Tension or Cooperation?
Traditional Islamic and mainstream schooling in contemporary England: characteristics, interactions, challenges & ongoing issues.
Homework and housework in the house of study – a contribution to a pedagogic civil society
Ina ter Avest
Discussant: Abdullah Sahin
Integrating ‘deen’ and ‘dunya’ in education, to create coherence for British Muslim pupils’
Islamic religious education and religious nurture in UK Muslim communities: diversity, challenges and possibilities.
Publicly funded Islamic Education in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Amina Isanovic Hadziomerovic
Discussant: Bill Gent
Islamic Religious Education or Islamic Ethos? An Exploration into the Rationale for Irish Muslim Schools.
Religious education for minorities – perspectives from Islamic reigious education in Finnish schools
Identity construction of public funded Islamic primary schools in the Netherlands; an historical approach
Marrying the two: A case of Islamic religious education in Sweden’s public education system
Religious education in Italian public schools: what room for Islam?
Teaching Islam and about Islam in the Spanish public system: the confessional and the cultural approach to a controversial heritage.
Discussant: Tuula Sakaranaho
Islamic education, education of Islam, education on Islam: paradoxes and evolutions in the French public schooling.
Politics of Teaching Islam within Secular/Multicultural Mainstream British Educational System: A Pedagogic Critique
Hidden knowledge; the value or cost of Islamic religious education in secular schooling?
Discussant: Leslie Frances
14.30-16 Conclusions, final discussion and network suggestion.