Appel à communications : Panel “Islamic Studies”, American Academy of Religion: Western Region, Santa Clara (Etats-Unis), 20-22/03/2015 — LIMITE : 05/10/2014

American Academy of Religion: Western Region

2015 Annual Regional Conference Call for Papers

Santa Clara, California March 20—22, 2015

Deadline Extension: October 5, 2015 is the deadline for Submitting Proposals via email to unit chairs.

Islamic Studies 
The AAR/WR Islam Section encourages paper and panel proposals in all areas of Islamic studies for the 2015 annual conference. This year’s theme asks a broad question: How do different representations of Islamism (political Islam) continue to grow and transform through time (from the Muslim Brotherhood of 1928 to today’s ISIS)? We encourage papers dealing with historical and contemporary aspects of Islamism in an attempt to diagnose their origins and comprehend their deeper implications and widespread consequences, such as in and after the Arab Spring, Muslim experiences and institutions, global Jihadism, and other fields of local and/or regional religo-political activities. Interdisciplinary papers are encouraged. Successful proposals will reflect theoretical and methodological sophistication and promote deeper understanding of the issues that relate to Islamism’s place in public life along with thorough examination of Muslim practices. We encourage individual papers, or panels.

Proposals or abstracts should be no more than 250 words in length and, along with a participant form, should be sent as an attachment to Dr. Abdullahi A. Gallab, Arizona State University at abdullahi.gallab@asu.edu and Dr. Sophia Pandya, California State University, Long Beach at spandya@csulb.edu.



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Chargé de diffusion scientifique (2014, 26 septembre). Appel à communications : Panel “Islamic Studies”, American Academy of Religion: Western Region, Santa Clara (Etats-Unis), 20-22/03/2015 — LIMITE : 05/10/2014. IISMM. Consulté le 3 mars 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/pyof

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