Publication of the Book Islam and Belonging

Publication of the Book Islam and Belonging

Publication of the Book Islam and Belonging

Islam and Belonging

Proceedings of the 2nd PLURIEL Congress

Editors: Michel Younès, Anna Hager, Laurent Basanèse, and Diego Sarrió Cucarella

Publisher: L’Harmattan

Publication Date: 2020

Language: French

The PISAI is pleased to announce the publication of the book Islam et appartenances, edited by Michel Younès, Anna Hager, Laurent Basanese SJ and Diego Sarrio Cucarella, M.Afr. (L’Harmattan, Paris 2020).

This book collects the proceedings of the Second International Conference of PLURIEL, held in Rome from 26 to 28 June 2018. The different contributions address the crucial question of “Islam and belonging” from three points of view: theology, the context of the Middle East and the context of Europe. By offering the double advantage of being less rigid than the category of “identity” and more articulated to the phenomenon of modern recompositions, the notion of “belonging” opens up different fields of reflection, in particular sociological, political and theological ones.

PLURIEL, Plateforme Universitaire de Recherche sur l’Islam en Europe et au Liban, was started by the Federation of Catholic Universities of Europe (FUCE) in coordination with the Catholic University of Lyon with the aim of promoting relations between researchers in the field of research on Islam and Islamic-Christian dialogue. The PISAI is a member of PLURIEL its establishment in 2015.

Table of contents


1. Religious Affiliation, Belonging and Apostasy: A Case Study of Christian and Muslim Concepts, Dirk ANSORGE
2. Le blasphème en islam, d’hier à aujourd”hui, Hamadi REDISSI
3. A comparative approach to the concepts of the Common Good and Maslaḥa, Gonzalo VILLAGRÁN

4. The Jinsiyya Obsession and the Muwatana Veil: The Constitutional Politics of Citizenship in the 21st Century, Gianluca PAROLIN
5. Appartenance(s) et territoire(s) au prisme de la religiosité (al- tadayyun) dans la pensée arabomusulmanne actuelle. L’exemple de l’Égypte, Wael SALEH
6. When does Religion divide the Community? Reconsidering the Dynamics of Violence and Pacification in the 19th century Ottoman Arab Levant, Marco DEMICHELIS
7. Les fondements de la citoyennté des non-musulmans. Des lectures islamiques modernes d’Égypte et du Liban, Anna HAGER

8. Pour une agora politique partagée autour de la Méditerrannée, Alssandro FERRARI
9. Believing and Belonging? No Belonnging for Believers? A comparative study of Talal Asad’s and Abdullahi Ahmed An- Naʽim’s discussions of Muslims and their (non)belonging in the secular-liberal state, Michaela QUAST-NEULINGER
10. Islam et appartenance. L’appartenance au prisme de l’espace et du territoire, Ali MOSTFA
11. The contextualization of Islam in contemporary Spain. Main foundations and associative networks, José Luis LLAQUET DE ENTRAMBASAGUAS
12. L’éducation islamique des enfants dans les écoles et les mosquées en Espagne. Sa mise en œuvre, son programme et son impact social, Jaume FLAQUER
13. “House of agreement” – The islamic tradition of Bosniaks and its Europeanness, Anja ZALTA

Réflexions conclusives : Islam et appartenance(s),
De l’appartenance aux frontières, Laurent Basanese

Source: PISAI

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