Global Halal Conference — Michigan State University, East Lansing (États-Unis), 19-21/02/2015

Global Halal Conference
Program (Feb. 19-21)

Michigan State University

Thursday, February 19, 2015

3:30 – 4:00 – Welcoming/opening remarks (303 International Center)

4:00 – 5:30 – Panel 1: Re-imagining Muslimness in Diaspora

Aliyah Khan

Good Muslims, Bad Muslims, and the Secret of the New York White Sauce

Achmat Salie


Alysa Perkins

Islam Homosexuality and Sexual boundaries in an immigrant city

Shabana Mir

Dancing in front of boys can taint you: Muslim American women on campus

6:00 – 7:30 – Opening Keynote

John Esposito

Islam and Shariah in American Popular Culture: Halal or Haram?

Friday, February 20, 2015

9:00 – 9:15 – Welcome

9:15 – 10:45 – Panel 2: Global Halal Markets

Elif Izberk-Bilgin

Faith-based marketing and the emergence of the global halal industry

Sharif Islam

The semiotics of halal

Sally Howell

Mosqueing the Marketplace in Hamtramck

Ryan Calder

How do we study the “halal revolution”? A map of existing investigations on global halal and agendas for future research

11:00 -12:00 – Keynote 2

Kecia Ali

Redeeming Slavery: ISIS and the Quest for Islamic Morality

1:30 – 3:00 – Panel 3: Ethics and Traditions

Nathan Tabor

The Bottle Let me Down: Intoxicants and Poetry Recitation in 1700s Safavid and Mughal Lands

Moustafa Elsayed

Permissibility of the Maulid: Historical and Contemporary Debates

Tazeen Ali & Evan Anhorn

The (Im)permissibility of Jihad and Hijrah: Western Muslims between Text and Context

Yasmin Moll

Natural Pleasures: Ethical Entertainment in the Islamic Revival

3:15 – 4:45 Panel 4: Negotiating Halal in the Arts

Alaya Forte & Asmaa Soliman

‘Halalising the Arts: How European Muslims Negotiate Religion and the Arts’

Peter G Morey

‘”Halal Fiction” and the Limits of the Postsecular’

Leila Tarakji

The Halal Question in Muslim American Literature

Amina Yaqin

‘The permissibility of Sufi rock music in Pakistan’

7:00 – 9:00 – Keynotes 3 and 4 (Kellogg Center, Auditorium)

Ingrid Mattson

Let’s Get Real: The Body as the Locus of Ethical Action

Sherman Jackson
Beyond Halal: Shariah and the Challenge of the Islamic Secular

Saturday, February 21, 2015

9:30 – 10:45 – Panel 5: Law, Power, and Belonging

Umut Korkut & Hande Eslen-Ziya

Religion, Discourse and Power, and Haram versus Halal in the Eyes of the Beholder: The case of Turkish Friday Mosque Sermons

Mohsen M. Mobasher

Migration, Religion, and the Politics of the Permissible/Impermissible: Conversion as a political strategy for obtaining residency among Muslim Iranian asylum seekers in Europe and North America

Liyakat Takim

Fiqh for Minorities: Shi’i Law in the Diaspora

11:00-12:30 – Panel 6: Halal Meat Industry in International Contexts

Shadia Husseini de Araújo

“Even more halal”? Interpretations of the permissible and the Brazilian halalchicken industry

Oliver Leaman

Controversies about halal: a British debate

Petra Kuppinger

Hidden Halal: Notes From Germany

Sarah E. Robinson

Sourcing Zabiha-Halal Meat as an Expression of Piety: Taqwa Eco-food Cooperative’s Care Ethics in Action

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