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Freiburg conversations on tafsir and transregional Islamic networks, summer 2020

Hosted by Majid Daneshgar and Johanna Pink

 
Please register here. An email will open that you should send without changing the subject header. Then you will be sent an invitation to the Zoom meeting.
 
All sessions have a duration of 75 minutes including a discussant’s statement and a Q&A period. Please note that, in order to accommodate speakers and discussants from different continents, the starting time may vary. If you missed a talk and would like to watch it on YouTube, please click on the title or follow our YouTube channel.
 
Click here to download the programme (PDF) 
 
July 1, 4pm CEST
Pieter Coppens, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam: “Did print change everything? Jamal al-Din al-Qasimi's (1866-1914) tafsir between local and transregional networks“
Discussant: Walid Saleh, University of Toronto
 
July 8, 10am CEST
Peter G. Riddell, Melbourne School of Theology: “Exegesis across cultures: Reconfiguring Arabic tafsir for Southeast Asian audiences
Discussant: Nico Kaptein, Universiteit Leiden
 
July 15, 10am CEST
Majid Daneshgar, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg: “Persian Shi’ism in Malay-Indonesian Qur’anic Commentaries
Discussant: Peter G. Riddell, Melbourne School of Theology 
 
July 22, 4pm CEST
Discussant: Amr Ryad, KU Leuven
 
July 29, 4pm CEST
Discussant: Pieter Coppens, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
 
August 5, 4pm CEST
Walid A. Saleh, University of Toronto: "Tafsir and royalty"
Discussant: Scott S. Reese, Northern Arizona University
 
August 12, 4pm CEST
Johanna Pink, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg: "Ibn Kathir, modern Salafism and the making of a global exegetical authority“
Discussant: Younus Mirza, Shenandoah University
  
August 19, 4pm CEST
Ahmed El Shamsy, University of Chicago: "al-Tabari's Tafsir and the return of the repressed"
Discussant: Islam Dayeh, Freie Universität Berlin
 
August 26, 4pm CEST
Amr Ryad, KU Leuven: "Salafiyya and Ahmadiyya missionary work in interwar Europe“
Discussant: Rainer Brunner, CNRS, Paris
 
September 2, 5pm CEST
Ash Geissinger, Carleton University, Ottawa: "Authority, gender, and contemporary Muslim appropriations of classical Qur’an commentary"
Discussant: Karen Bauer, Institute of Ismaili Studies, London
 
September 9, 4pm CEST
Annabel Gallop, British Library: "Qur’an manuscripts from Southeast Asia with interlinear translations: influences and networks"
Discussant: Ervan Nurtawab, State Institute of Islamic Studies Metro, Lampung
 
September 12, 3pm CEST
Samuel Ross, Texas Christian University: "What Were the Most Popular Qur’an Commentaries in Islamic History? An Assessment of the Manuscript Record and the State of Tafsīr Studies“
Discussant: Ahmed El Shamsy, University of Chicago
 
 
 

 

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