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Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, Volume 9

Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, Volume 9

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Table of contents

Contents
Preface
The Editors
List of Technical Terms

Islamophobia, Muslimophobia: From Words to Acts
Samim Akgönül

Country Surveys

Albania
Olsi Jazexhi

Armenia
Sevak Karamyan and Gevorg Avetikyan

Austria
Kerem Öktem and Güler Alkan

Azerbaijan
Altay Goyushov

Belarus
Daša Słabčanka

Belgium
Jean-François Husson

Bosnia and Herzegovina
Muhamed Jusić

Bulgaria
Aziz Nazmi Shakir

Croatia
Dino Mujadžević

Cyprus
Ali Dayıoğlu and Mete Hatay

Czech Republic
Štěpán Macháček

Denmark
Brian Arly Jacobsen

Estonia
Ringo Ringvee

Finland
Teemu Pauha

France
Anne-Laure Zwilling

Georgia
Thomas Liles and Bayram Balci

Germany
Mathias Rohe

Greece
Konstantinos Tsitselikis and Alexandros Sakellariou

Hungary
Esztella Csiszar

Ireland
James Carr

Italy
Maria Bombardieri

Kosovo
Jeton Mehmeti

Latvia
Simona Gurbo

Lithuania
Egdūnas Račius

Luxembourg
Elsa Pirenne

Macedonia
Muhamed Ali

Moldova
Aurelia Felea

Montenegro
Sabina Pačariz

The Netherlands
Martijn de Koning

Norway
Sindre Bangstad and Olav Elgvin

Poland
Agata S. Nalborczyk

Portugal
José Mapril, Pedro Soares and Laura Almodovar

Romania
Irina Vainovski-Mihai

Russia
Elmira Akhmetova

Serbia
Ivan Ejub Kostić

Slovakia
Michal Cenker

Slovenia
Christian Moe

Spain
Jordi Moreras

Sweden
Göran Larsson and Simon Sorgenfrei

Switzerland
Mallory Schneuwly Purdie and Andreas Tunger-Zanetti

Turkey
Ahmet Erdi Öztürk

Ukraine
Mykhaylo Yakubovych

United Kingdom
Alison Scott-Baumann

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Islam, Religions, and Pluralism in Europe

Islam, Religions, and Pluralism in Europe

Editors

Ednan Aslan,

Ranja Ebrahim,

Marcia Hermansen

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Publié par le avril 19, 2016 dans Nouvelles Publications

 

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Radicalization: Are Europe’s Secularisms an Answer?

Radicalization: Are Europe’s Secularisms an Answer?

Samim Akgönül

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The ITIRI is proud to host « Radicalization: Are Europe’s Secularisms the Answer? », a seminar intended to tackle the topic of religious and political radicalization in contemporary Europe. Lead by Samim Akgönül, the seminar will wade into the world of cause and effect, asking who is vulnerable to radicalization and assessing critically the European response. Participants will discuss Europe’s myriad secularisms and ask if they have helped or hindered the process of radicalization and/or de-radicalisation, and will engage with the role of religious, ethnic and social categories in this ever more pressing issue for international society.

Samim Akgönül, author of Religions de Turquie Religions des Turcs (2006), Laicite en débat (2009), Minority concept in the Turkish Context (2014) co-editor of the Yearbook of Muslims in Europe and expert in European minority issues, is a Historian and Political scientist at the University of Strasbourg, researcher at the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and co-leads the « Religions and pluralism » research team with the DRES centre. Aside from his teaching commitments for French programs he teaches for a number of programs regarding international relations in Strasbourg and several Turkish and American Universities.

This seminar has been organised by the Erasmus Mundus Strasbourg Students pursuing a Master in European Studies on Politics, Society and Culture in a Global Context, in conjunction with the ITIRI and the generous participation of Samim Akgönül. All students of the ITIRI and all who are interested are invited to participate in this unique event, which will take place in the Amphi Pangloss next Wednesday, 30th of March at 6pm. We look forward to seeing you there.

 
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Publié par le mars 28, 2016 dans Manifestations scientifiques

 

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Elections en Turquie : dérives autoritaires et enjeux européens

Élections en Turquie : dérives autoritaires et enjeux européens

MESA – Maison de l’Europe Strasbourg Alsace

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Publié par le septembre 11, 2015 dans Manifestations scientifiques, News

 

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Le religieux dans le processus d’intégration européen : la Turquie

Le religieux dans le processus d’intégration européen

La Turquie

 

Séance Intégration Turquie

 
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Publié par le mars 13, 2015 dans Manifestations scientifiques

 

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L’Europe des religions, quelles réalités pour quelles politiques ?

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Jeudi 19 mars 2015

17h00 à 19h00.

Lycée Henri IV. Salle H001

 

Le religieux dans le processus d’intégration européen, la Turquie,

Samim AKGÖNÜL, Méropi ANASTASIADOU

 
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Publié par le février 11, 2015 dans Manifestations scientifiques

 

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“Imams in Western Europe”

“Imams in Western Europe”

 

Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali Guido Carli

ROMA

5-7 November 2014

 

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Wednesday, 5 November 2014

at LUISS Guido Carli University (Viale Pola 12, Aula Magna)

1:15 PM

Registration

Welcome session

2 PM

Welcome by LUISS School of Government:
Giovanni Orsina

Welcome by the conveners:
Mohammed Hashas, LUISS Guido Carli
Niels Valdemar Vinding, University of Copenhagen
Khalid Hajji, CEOM
Jan Jaap De Ruiter, NISIS
Chair: Francesca Corrao, LUISS Guido Carli

Public Opening Afternoon Session: Religious Authority in Secular Societies

2:30 PM

Keynote 1: Jasser Auda, European Council for Fatwa and Research, Ireland
“Imams in the West: Challenges of New Fatwa and Community Leadership”
Discussant: Mohammed Hashas, LUISS Guido Carli
Questions and comments
Chair: Giovanni Orsina, LUISS Guido Carli

3:30 PM

Keynote 2: Jorgen Nielsen, University of Copenhagen
“Imams in Europe: the Confusions of a Title”
Discussant: Oliver Scharbrodt, University of Chester
Questions and comments
Chair: Carmela Decaro, LUISS Guido Carli

4:30 PM

Coffee break

5:00 PM

Keynote 3: Stefano Allievi, University of Padova
“Precarious Reality, Distorted Visibility: Mosques, Imams and Preachers in Italy”
Discussant: Thijl Sunier, University of Amsterdam
Questions and comments
Chair: Raffaele Marchetti, LUISS Guido Carli

6:00 PM

Roundtable 1
Jasser Auda,
Jorgen S. Nielsen,
Stefano Allievi,
Khalid Hajji,
Abdellah Redouane (Secretary General of the Islamic Cultural Center of Rome),
Francesco Zannini (PISAI, Rome)
Chair: Francesca Corrao, LUISS Guido Carli

6:45 PM

End of the day’s programme

7 PM

Dinner (speakers only)

Thurday, 6 November 2014

at LUISS Guido Carli University (Viale Pola 12, Aula Magna)

8:30 AM

Session 1: The Imamate in Italy: The Status Quo and the Way Ahead
Paolo Branca, “Imams in Italy: Children of a Lesser God?”
Valentina Gentile, “Religious Institutions and Multiple Establishment: The Future of Religious Freedom in Italy”
Francesco Alicino, “Imams and other Religious Authorities in Italy: A Comparative Perspective”
Imam Yahya Pallavicini, “The Training of a New Generation of European Imams in Italy”
Chair: Antonio La Spina, LUISS Guido Carli

10:00 AM

Coffee break

10:30 AM

Keynote 4: Hilary Kalmbach, Sussex University, UK
“Authority in Islam: Men, Women, and Religious Leadership in Europe”
Discussant: Riem Spielhaus, University of Erlangen-Nurnberg
Questions and comments
Chair: Ersilia Francesca, L’Orientale University of Naples

11:30 AM

Session 2: Giving voice to religious authority

Melanie Kamp, “Religious Authority and Media Practices of Imams and Du’at – A Case Study from Germany”
Sara Silvestri, “ISIS’ Caliphate: What Authority for Muslims in the West?”
Sara Borrillo, “Murshidat in Moroccan Mosques: A New Female Religious Authority?”
Chair: Zaid Eyadat, University of Jordan

12:45 PM                     Lunch (speakers only)

The State and the Imamate: Negotiating Authority, Recognizing Institutionalizations

2 PM

Keynote 5: Jonathan Laurence, Boston College, “The Imam and the State”
Discussant: Niels Valdemar Vinding, University of Copenhagen
Chair: Michael Driessen, John Cabot University

3 PM

Session 3: Imams and the Struggle for Recognition in Europe

Jan Jaap de Ruiter, “The ideological struggle of Imams in the Netherlands”
Evrim Ersan Akkilic, “Imams in Austria: The crucial role of Imams in the integration process”
Romain Sèze, “For a visible Islam. The emergence of a protest speech in French mosques?”
Chair: Samim Akgönül , Marc Bloch University in Strasbourg

4 PM

Coffee break

4:30 PM

Session 4: Making Islam Work in Europe: Aesthetics and Authority

Thijl Sunier, “Aesthetics of Islamic Authority: Making Islam Work in Europe”
Farid El Asri, “Modèle(s) de formations des imams en Europe”
Tuomas Martikainen, “Efforts to Establish Imam Training in Finland”
Chair: Oliver Scharbrodt, University of Chester

5:45 PM

Roundtable 2:
Jonathan Laurence,
Hilary Kalmbach,
Riita Latvio (Forum for Culture and Religion FOKUS, Finland),
Shaukat Warraich (Faith Associates and Imams on Line Programme CEO, UK ),
Solenne Jouanneau (University of Strasbourg)
Chair: Federico Cresti, University of Catania

6:30 PM

End of the day’s programme

7 PM

Dinner (speakers only)

Friday, 7 November 2014

At John Cabot University (Lungotevere Raffaello Sanzio, 12, Room TG4)

9:30 AM

Keynote 6: Marco Ventura, University of Louvain,
“Training Religious Personnel in Europe: The Islamic Challenge”
Discussant: Domenico Melidoro, LUISS Guido Carli
Chair: Tom Bailey, John Cabot University

10:30 AM

Coffee break

10:45 AM

Session 5: Training imams in Europe
Atif Imtiaz, “Contextualising Islam in the United Kingdom: A Matter of Confidence?”
Riem Spielhaus, “Establishing Islamic Theology to Train Imams in Germany?”
Kirstine Sinclair, “Islamic Universities in the West and Questions of Authenticity:
Educating Tomorrow’s Muslim Community Leadership”
Chair: Khalid Hajji, CEOM

12:00 PM

Coffee Break

12:15 PM

Session 6: Training imams in Europe (continued)
Juan Ferreiro Galguera, “Imam’s Training in Spain”
Cédriq Baylocq, “A Critical Imâm inside the Brotherhood Network”
Mansur Ali, “British Imams in Chaplaincy: Working at the Interface of ‘Public’ and ‘Private’”
Chair: Jan Jaap de Ruiter, University of Tilburg

1:30 PM

Lunch (speakers only)

End of the conference

 
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Publié par le octobre 24, 2014 dans Manifestations scientifiques

 

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