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Romanian Presidency of the Council of the EU - Cohesion, a common European value

De la confruntare la dialog

De la confruntare la dialog. Europa și evoluţia discursului cultural, religios și politic în Orientul Mijlociu

Europa și evoluţia discursului cultural, religios și politic în Orientul Mijlociu

6-8 martie 2019
Sala Senatului Universităţii din București
B-dul Mihail Kogălniceanu 36-46


Participanţi

Nur Köprülü, Near East University, Nicosia,
Identity and nation building in Middle East: cases from monarchies
Herman Teule, Catholic University, Leuven
The tension between ethnicity and religion: the emergence of Christian political parties in Iraq
Johan Gärde, Uppsala University
 Who can I trust in Lebanon and beyond? On bonding and bridging trust in a multi-confessional context
Adrian Bărbieru, University of Bucharest
Nicolae Titulescu and the political and ecclesiastical relations between Romania and Ethiopia (1930s- 1970s)
Marshall J. Breger, Catholic University of America, Washington
How Cultural and Religious Narratives Effect the Law of Holy Places in Jerusalem
Daniel Seidemann, Hebrew University, Jerusalem
Jerusalem: Between the Cohabitation of the Incompatible and the Weaponization of Faith
Adrian Mlădinoiu, University of Bucharest
Look back in history-foresight in future: The bilateral relations between Romania and Israel
Cătălin-Ștefan Popa, Institute for the History of Religions, Romanian Academy
Syriac Christians and their Heritage in Jerusalem: Historical Memories and Future Challenges
James L. Gelvin, University of California, Los Angeles
What is the New Middle East?
Shabo Talay, Freie Universität Berlin
Political and religious perspectives of Turkey towards its Christian minorities - the Syriacs of Turabdin - case study
Martin Tamcke, Georg-August-Universität-Göttingen
A discussion in the shadow of the siege and conquest of Eastern Gouta
Sebastian Elsässer, Christian-Albrechts-Universität-Kiel
The Coptic Church and al-Azhar in Egyptian politics since 2011

Programul conferinţei

6 MARTIE
Panel 1
Formarea statelor și construirea identităţii naţionale în Orientul Mijlociu: cazuri particulare de dispute de legitimitate politică și religioasă
Moderator: James L. Gelvin, University of California, Los Angeles
Participanţi:
09:30-10:15 Nur Köprülü, Near East University, Nicosia
Identity and nation building in Middle East: cases from monarchies
10:15-11:00 Herman Teule, Catholic University, Leuven
The tension between ethnicity and religion: the emergence of Christian political parties in Iraq
11:00-11:30 Pauză de cafea
11:30-12:15 Johan Gärde, Uppsala University
Who can I trust in Lebanon and beyond? On bonding and bridging trust in a multi-confessional context
12:15-13:00 Adrian Bărbieru, Universitatea din București
Nicolae Titulescu and the political and ecclesiastical relations between Romania and Ethiopia from the early 1930s until 1970s

Panel 2
Cazul mutării controversate. Instrumentalizarea retoricii religioase, confesionale și politice în modelarea percepţiilor asupra Ierusalimului
Moderator: Herman Teule, Catholic University, Leuven
Participanţi:
15:30-16:15 Marshall J. Breger, Catholic University of America, Washington
How Cultural and Religious Narratives Effect the Law of Holy Places in Jerusalem
16:15-16:45 Pauză de cafea
16:45-17:30 Daniel Seidemann, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Jerusalem: Between the Cohabitation of the Incompatible and the Weaponization of Faith
17:30-18:15 Adrian Mlădinoiu, Universitatea din București
Look back in history-foresight in future: The bilateral relations between Romania and Israel
18:15-19:00 Cătălin-Ștefan Popa, Institutul de Istorie a Religiilor, Academia Română
Syriac Christians and their Heritage in Jerusalem: Historical Memories and Future Challenges

7 MARTIE
Panel 3
Atitudini politice în crearea păcii. De la discursul confruntării la consens în Orientul Mijlociu
Moderator: Daniel Seidemann, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Participanţi:
09:30-10:15 James L. Gelvin, University of California, Los Angeles
What is the New Middle East?
10:15-11:00 Shabo Talay, Freie Universität Berlin
Political and religious perspectives of Turkey towards its Christian minorities:
the Syriacs of Turabdin as a case study
11:00-11:30 Pauză de cafea
11:30-12:15 Sebastian Elsässer, Christian-Albrechts-Universität-Kiel
The Coptic Church and al-Azhar in Egyptian politics since 2011
12:15-13:00 Hamed Quisay, SOAS University, London
(titlu rezervat)

8 MARTIE
18:00-18:45 Martin Tamcke, Georg-August-Universität-Göttingen
A discussion in the shadow of the siege and conquest of Eastern Ghouta - conferinţă la sediul ISACCL (Bulevardul Mareșal Constantin Prezan nr.2A, sector 1, București)
18:45-19:15 Închiderea conferinţei

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