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Launching of our first EuQu Book Collection!

25 October 2021

The Latin Qur’an, 1143-1500
Translation, Transition, Interpretation

In: The European Qur'an, 1
Edited by: Cándida Ferrero Hernández and John Tolan. De Gruyter |2021
This book is the result of our Workshop held at the UAB in Barcelona "The Latin Qur’an, 1143-1500. Translation, Transition, Interpretation".
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Calls for papers

Conference "The Qur’an in Rome. Catholicism and the Study of Islam in Early Modern Era"
 

1-2 March 2022 in Roma
Submit a title and short abstract by November 1 2021.
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Summer School "The Qur’an in inter-Christian polemic"
 

13-17 June 2022 in Nantes
Submit proposals for a 20-minute paper by December 15, 2021
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Scientific activities

Online conferences "The Turkish Wars and the Study of Islam in Early Modern Europe"


Mondays from 15 November to 6 December 2021 from 14.00-16.00 CET

Organized by Paul Babinski, Asaph Ben-Tov, and Jan Loop.
This series of panel discussions examines the place of war with the Ottoman Empire in understandings of Islam and the Qur'an in non-Ottoman Europe. It sketches a broad historical trajectory, starting with the fall of Constantinople and continuing into the eighteenth century, tracing how conflict informed popular views of Islam and impacted the material conditions and practices of orientalist scholarship, through looted orientalia (manuscripts, coins, textiles, metalwork) and prisoners who assisted orientalists as scribes and amanuenses.
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Other upcoming events

Arabic Expertise and Fiduciary Translation in Early Modern Spain

 
Tuesday 12, October, 2021
From 11am to 1pm
Salone delle conferenze - II piano di Palazzo Corigliano Napoli

Claire Gilbert, Department of History, Saint Louis University, will  present her book « In Good Faith » and discuss with Roberto Tottoli, Francisco Appellaniz, Paola Gorla Coordina, Francesca Bellino

 
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Online congress
"Humanizing digitalization. Digitizing Humanities"

 

20-21, October, 2021

This congress is organized by Enrique Capdevila (IH) and Arturo Guerrero (EuQu-ILC)
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Workshop “European perspectives on the Qur’an (16th-18th C.): polemics and beyond”


2, 3, December, 2021

The workshop is organized by researchers from the ERC Synergy Grant EuQu project (Emmanuelle Stefanidis, Maxime Sellin, Yaser Gün, Maurizio Busca and Javier De Prado Garcia).
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All the EuQu events are on the calendar : https://euqu.eu/events/

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