2nd Graduate Conference in Civilization Studies

2nd Graduate Conference in Civilization Studies

Being Human and Human Being:
Civilizational Perspectives

5 – 6 April 2019

 

The Alliance of Civilizations Institute, Süleymaniye Salis Medresesi,
Ibn Haldun University, Istanbul

 

The Alliance of Civilizations Institute, Süleymaniye Salis Medresesi,
Ibn Haldun University,  Istanbul

Keynote speakers: İbrahim Kalın, Hikmet Yaman

Programme

DAY ONE | Friday 5 April 2019

9:00 – 9:30 – Welcome Reception

9:30 – 11:00 – Words of Welcome and Opening Keynote Address

11:00 – 12:40 – Panel 1: Islamic Studies

Prayer and Lunch Break

14:30 – 16:10 – Panel 2: Migration, Crisis, and Mobilisation

Coffee Break

16:40 – 18:20 – Panel 3: Methods, Methodologies, and Critiques

Dinner

DAY TWO | Saturday 6 April 2019

10:00 – 11:40 Panel 4: Entangled Modernity: Oscillations of Civilisation and Colonisation

Coffee Break

12:00 – 13:15 Panel 5: Crossroads of Theology & Philosophy and Panel 6: Ottoman History

Lunch Break

14:20 – 16:00 Panel 7: Aesthetics, Linguistics & Literary Studies and Panel 8: Humanhood between Free Will and Determinism

Coffee Break

16:20 – 17:20 Closing Keynote Address

 

Panel 1: Islamic Studies

Chair: Asst. Prof. Naoki Yamamoto,

1.1 Exploring the Meaning of Dhimma

Zeynep Büşra Güleçyüz, MA Student at Alliance of Civilizations Institute, Ibn Haldun University

1.2  Rethinking of Salafi Tradition by Abu Hamid al-Ghazali

Fuga Kimura, University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, Graduate student

1.3  Spirituality and Happiness: Exploring the interrelationship between Islamic spiritual experiences and happiness among London Muslim Youth.

Merve Cetinkaya , Ph.D. Student at Division of Psychiatry University College London
1.4 Christian Scholars Using the Qurʾān in Early Islamic Centuries (675-900 A.D) Abdullah Rıdvan Gökbel. Istanbul University

 

Panel 2: Migration, Crisis, and Mobilisation

Chair: Asst. Prof. Heba Raouf Ezzat

2.1 The Importance of “Being Human” in Inter-Religious Conflict and the Role of Muslims in Protecting Non-Muslim Minorities: Lessons from the Mass Migrations of Pundits and Muslims in Kashmir

Iesha Javed, M.A. student in Comparative Religion at the Department of Religious Studies, Central University of Kashmir

Shufaq Ghulam Nabi Malla, University of Kashmir

2.2 International Aid for Refugees: The Case of Syrians in Turkey

Snyaa Taha, Alliance of Civilizations Institute, Ibn Haldun University

2.3 Media Translation In Conflictual Times: The Arab Spring In Context

Yassine Hicham,  PhD. student at Chouaib Doukkali University- El Jadida, Morocco

2.4 Islamic Education in the Netherlands: Negotiating Religious and National Identities in an Era of Societal Tensions

Zehra Vlug, zehravlug@gmail.com  Ibn Haldun University, Alliance of Civilizations Institute

 

Panel 3:  Methods, Methodologies, and Critiques.

Chair: Prof. Bilal Aybakan

3.1 Fiqh and Law: Apples and Oranges?

Danish Naeem,  PhD Student at Ibn Haldun University, Alliance of Civilizations Institute

3.2 Ibn Haldun’s Social Theory as a Study of Religious Sociology

Carullah Sevim, MA Student at Alliance of Civilizations Institute, Ibn Haldun University

3.3  A Phenomenological Critique to Empiricist Approach to History

Toha Salim, MA Student at Department of Philosophy, Ibn Haldun University

3.4 Beyond Legal Orientalism: Studying Sharī’a Law in the Context of Comparative Legal Studies

Jeroen Vlug, Ph.D. Student at Alliance of Civilizations Institute, Ibn Haldun University

 

Panel 4:  Entangled Modernity: Oscillations of Civilisation and Colonisation

Chair: Prof. Erik Ringmar

4.1 Divergences on the Universality of Human Rights: A Multi-Level Comparison.

Tareq Sharawi, Ph.D. Candidate at Alliance of Civilizations Institute, Ibn Haldun University

4.2 Modernity and Totalitarianism:

Klajd Bylyku , MA Student at Alliance of Civilizations Institute, Ibn Haldun University

4.3 The Internet As A Technical Civilization

Hossein Turner, Ph.D. Student at Ibn Haldun University, Alliance of Civilizations Institute

4.4 Civilizing The Uncivilized: The Dutch Euro-centrism In Aceh In 1873-1942

Nia Deliana, International Islamic University of Malaysia, Department of History and Civilization, Candidate Doctor of Philosophy

 

 

Panel 5: Crossroads of Theology & Philosophy  

Chair: Asst. Prof. Sumeyye Parildar

5.1. Making Sense of   Prophetic Infallibility:

A Critical case-analysis of the Ḥadīth Literature Describing the Illness of the Prophet Ayyūb

Mohamed Taysir Safi, Ibn Haldun University,

5.2  ‘ilm al-Kalåm as an Existential Speech Act

Zakaria El Houbba, Alliance of Civilizations Institute, Ibn Haldun University/ Kalam Research & Media

5.3.  The Issue of Origin of Language in Ibn Jinni and Ibn Faris

Hatice Sak,  MA student at Ibn Haldun University, Alliance of Civilizations Institute

 

Panel 6: Ottoman History

Chair: Asst. Prof. Vehbi Baysan

6.1  Millennialism and Claims of Universal Rulership in the Ottoman and the Mughal Empires

Ahmet Tarık Çaşkurlu, MA student at Alliance of Civilizations Institute, Ibn Haldun University

6.2 A Different Approach to the Temettuat Register: Tax, Welfare and Economic Environment of Ottoman Empire at 19th century

Mustafa Runyun, İSAR Foundation

6.3 The Ottoman Hajj Routes at the 18th Century

Özge Eda Köse,  MA Student at İstanbul Sehir University in Urban Studies

 

Panel 7: Aesthetics, Linguistics & Literary Studies

Chair: Asst. Prof. Nagihan Haliloglu

7.1. How Islamophobia also foreshadows misogyny: An analysis of the Islamophobic-misogynistic complex in Michel Houellebecq’s Submission

Mohammad Hossain,  Ibn Haldun University, Alliance of Civilizations Institute

7.2 Autosegmental Approach to Causative Verbs in Middle Moroccan Arabic.

Belqassem laghfiri,PhD student at the faculty of letters and human sciences Ibn Zohr university Agadir, Morocco, Co-author: Mohamed Elghazi, Associate Professor at the Faculty of letters and Human Sciences Ibn Zohr university Agadir.

7.3 Museums and Invention of the Islamic Art

Emine Betül Çakirca, PhD – Ibn Haldun University Alliance of Civilizations

7.4 Hospitality in Islamicate Civilization; an example of Ibn Battuta’s Travelogue.

Aysylu Saetgaraeva, Ibn Haldun University. Alliance of Civilizations Institute

Panel 8: Humanhood between Free Will and Determinism

Chair: Asst. Prof. Ercument Asil

8.1  A Comparative Approach To The Neurobiological Basis Of Free Will And Human Responsibility: Kant And Al-Ghazzali

Muhammad Yusoph Ramos,  Ibn Haldun University, Alliance of Civilizations Institute

8.2   Al-Ghazali’s Understanding of Human Ontology

Cemre Ateşçi,  MA Student at Alliance of Civilizations Institute, Ibn Haldun University

8.3 Free will and al-Ash’arī’s theory of acquisition (Kasb)

Mohammad Makdod, Phd Student at Ibn Haldun University

8.4  Khalwat Dar Anjuman (‘solitude Within Society’): On The Tension Between Involvement In And Withdrawal From The World

Metin Noorata,  Alliance of Civilizations Institute, Ibn Haldun University

For the detailed program and abstracts