Colloque international : “Une littérature mondiale : Jami (1414-1492) dans le dar-islam et au-delà” — University of Chicago Center, Collège de France, Paris, 14-15/11/2013

Lieu :

  • 1er jour – University of Chicago Center in Paris (6 rue Thomas Mann, 75013 Paris)
  • 2ème jour – Collège de France (52 rue du Cardinal Lemoine, 75005 Paris)

Responsables scientifiques / Convenors : Thibaut d’Hubert (University of Chicago / associé Mondes iranien et indien) et Alexandre Papas (CNRS, CETOBAC)

Co-organisateurs : University of Chicago – CETOBAC – Mondes iranien et indien

Programme et informations complémentaires: http://lucian.uchicago.edu/blogs/jamidaralislam/

Programme :

Thursday and Friday, November 14-15

DAY 1 – Chicago Paris Center

9.30 Welcoming coffee and address

10.00 Keynote: Francis Richard: Jāmī and his Immediate Success in the Middle East: the Rapid Diffusion of the Manuscripts of his Works

Jāmī and Islamic Mysticism

Chair: Maria Szuppe

10.30 Alexandre Papas: Turkic Addenda to the Nafahāt al-Uns: Notes on Ottoman and Chaghatay Manuscripts

11.00 Discussion

11.15 Break

11.30 Alexey A. Khismatulin: Jāmi’s Statement on Authorship of the Anis al-Tālibin

12.00 Marc Toutant: Evaluating Jāmī’s Influence on Nawā’ī’s Poetry: the Case Studies of the Khiradnāmah-i iskandarī and the Sadd-i iskandarī (part 2)

12.30 Discussion

12.45 Lunch Chicago Paris Center

The diffusion of Jāmī’s works from Middle East to China

Chair:  Thierry Zarcone

2.00 Ertuğrul Ökten: ‘Abd al-Rahmān Jāmī’s Conception of Language

2.30 Florian Schwarz: Teaching Jāmī between Kurdistan, Syria and the Haramayn

3.00 Rebecca Gould: Teimuraz I’s Iosebzilixiani and Georgian-Persianate Literary Culture

3.30 Discussion

3.45 Break

4.00 Ralph Kauz: ‘Abd al-Rahmān Jāmī in the Context of Sufi Missionary Work in Ming China

4.30 Yiming Shen: Introduction and Brief Comparison of Jāmī’s two Original Texts and their Chinese Translations

5.00 Discussion

5.15 Reception

 

DAY 2 – Collège de France

Use and Usage of Jāmī’s Poetics

Chair: Eve Feuillebois

9.30 Paul Losensky: Utterly Fluent, but Seldom Fresh: Jāmī’s Literary Reception among the Safavids

10.00 Justine Landau: Jāmi’s Views on Poetics and the Avicennian Legacy

10.30 Mikko Viitamakki: Selecting and Recreating Jāmīʼs Ghazals for Qawwali Performance

11.00 Discussion

11.15 Break

11.30 Franklin Lewis: To Round and Rondeau the Canon: Jāmī and Fānī’s Reception of the Persian Lyrical Tradition

12.00 Ryan Perkins: The Vernacularization of Persian into Pashto and Jāmī’s Yūsuf and Zulaikhā

12.30 Discussion

12.45 Lunch Kootchi

Maulānā Jāmī in South and South-East Asia

Chair: Françoise ‘Nalini’ Delvoye

2.00 Muzaffar Alam: Jāmī in Indo-Muslim World, c. Sixteenth-Nineteenth Centuries

2.30 Ayesha Irani: When ʿIshq Met Prema: Jāmī’s Yūsuf va Zulaykhā in Early Modern Bengal

3.00 Thibaut d’Hubert: Foundational Mahabbat-nāmas: The Reception of Jāmī’s Yūsuf u Zulaikhā in Bengal (16th-19th c. A.D.) (part 2)

3.30 Discussion

3.45 Break

4.00 Luther Obrock: Creating a Śaiva Yūsuf wa Zulaykhā: Theology and Translation in Śrīvara’s Kathākautuka

4.30 Muhammad Nasrin: Abdul Rahmān Nūruddīn al-Jāmī in Sufi Writings in Malay

5.00 Paul Wormser: The Recreation of Jāmī’s Works in the Malay World in the 16th and 17th Centuries

5.30 Discussion

5.45 Final remarks

6.00 Reception Collège de France

 

 


Camille Rhoné

Agrégée d'histoire, titulaire d'une thèse de doctorat en histoire de l'Islam médiéval ("Défendre le territoire en Iran nord-oriental - Khorassan et Transoxiane -, IXe-XIe siècle"), Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.

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