Workshop et table ronde « Text and Cultural Heritage. Alevi-related Sources between Philological Research and Theological Canonization » — Heidelberg (Allemagne), Karl Jaspers Centre, 28-29/11/2014

The workshop on Friday will primarily focus on the question of the interdependencies and mutual influences of philological research and editing on the one and processes of (re)discovery of religious, cultural, and ritual traditions within Alevi communities on the other hand.

If you would like to participate in the Workshop, please inform us via email: benjamin.weineck@ori.uni-heidelberg.de

The workshop will be concluded on Saturday by a public panel discussion involving Alevi actors (academic and institutional) as well as representatives of other theologies (Sunni-Muslim and Christian) on the question of the present developments that aim at the establishment of “Alevi theology” and “Alevi religious education” as academic disciplines at German universities and beyond. The panel discussion will be organized by the Heidelberg Centre for Euro-Asian Studies (HECEAS e.V.).

Venue:
Karl Jaspers Centre
Voßstraße 2, Gebäude 4400
69115 Heidelberg
Raum 212

Organized by :

  • University of Heidelberg, Field of Focus 3 “Cultural Dynamics in Globalised Worlds”, Funding Line “Cultural Heritage and History”
  • Research Project “Negotiating Alevi Cultural Heritage: Stateless Cultural Assets of Marginalized Groups between Hegemonial Definition and Self-Standardization”
  • Seminar für Sprachen und Kulturen des Vorderen Orients: Islamic Studies / Ottoman Studies

In cooperation with:

  • HCCH – Heidelberg Centre for Cultural Heritage;
  • HECEAS e.V. – Heidelberg Centre for Euro-Asian Studies

Preliminary Programme

Freitag / Friday, 28. 11. 2014

9:00 Grußworte / Welcome Address

SESSION I — DEFINING AN ALEVI CANON AND HERITAGE

09:30-10:00

Rıza Yıldırım (Ankara) — How to Determine the ‘Aleviness’ of an ‘Alevi Manuscript’?

10:00-10:30

Doğan Kaplan (Konya) — The Possibility of Defining Alevism via Written Sources

10:30-11:00

Mark Soileau (Mardin) — Alevi Cultural Heritage and the Bektashi Hagiographies

11:00-11:30

KAFFEEPAUSE / COFFEE BREAK

SESSION II — ORAL CULTURE AND TEXT

11:30-12:00

Janina Karolewski (Hamburg) — Manuscripts Caught Between a Deconstructionist and Some Canonizers: Common Concepts on Alevi History Under Negotiation

12:00-12:30

David Shankland (London) — On the Primacy of Custom: Text and Culture in an Alevi Village

12:30-14:00

MITTAGSPAUSE / LUNCH BREAK

SESSION III — STANDARDISATION AND DIVERSITY BEYOND THE WRITTEN WORD

14:00-14:30

Ulaş Özdemir (Istanbul) — Between Debates and Sources: Defining Alevi Music

14:30-15:00

Martin Greve (Istanbul) — Religious Music in Dersim between Standardization and Regional Reconstruction

15:00-15:30

Beatrice Hendrich (Köln) — Von der performativen zur materiellen Kultur? – Anmerkungen zum Thema ‘cem evi’

15:30-16:00

KAFFEEPAUSE / COFFEE BREAK

SESSION IV — ALEVI RELATED TEXTS FROM AN OTTOMAN CONTEXT

16:00-16:30

Markus Dressler (Göttingen) — Alevi and Alevilik as Historical Concepts and their Relation to the Notion of Heterodox Turkish Islam

16:30-17:00

Johannes Zimmermann (Heidelberg) — Finding only half the Needle: Alevi Presences in Late-Ottoman Sources – A Glance at Health Reports, Provincial Newspapers, and (semi-)private Letters.

17:00-17:30

Benjamin Weineck (Heidelberg) — “Dairenin Dışına Çıkanlar” (mı?): Approaching Alevi History in Ottoman Administrative Writing Beyond Paradigms of Religious Deviance and Political Subversion

17:30-18:00

Abschlussdiskussion / Wrap-up Discussion

Samstag / Saturday, 29.11.2014, 14–16

Öffentliche Podiumsdiskussion “Ressourcen, Möglichkeiten und Grenzen einer alevitischen Theologie”

Karl Jaspers Centre
Voßstraße 2, Gebäude 4400
69115 Heidelberg
Raum 212



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Chargé de diffusion scientifique (2014, 25 novembre). Workshop et table ronde « Text and Cultural Heritage. Alevi-related Sources between Philological Research and Theological Canonization » — Heidelberg (Allemagne), Karl Jaspers Centre, 28-29/11/2014. IISMM. Consulté le 23 mai 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/pywx

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