شرق‌شناسي در آلمان

Often, Oriental studies in Germany and Europe does not enjoy a particularly good reputation in the Islamic world, due to the stereotypes it uses, which can sometimes have a glorifying effect. This continues today to shape the West's attitude to the Orient, while modern Islamic science generates far more discriminating images.

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Owusu-Ankomah: Mouvement No.39, 2004. From the exhibition Africa Remix, Hayward Gallery, London. Reproduction from the catalogue.

The Koran As Philological Quarry
A Conversation with Christoph Luxenberg
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Christoph Luxenberg’s book The Syro-Aramaic Reading of the Koran triggered an extensive debate about the linguistic status and correct interpretation of the traditional text of the Koran. In this interview, the linguist explains his approach, his academic stance, and his intentions. He respects the Muslim tradition, but would like to discuss sections of the Koran that have to date been inadequately explained from a linguistic point of view.ادامه ...
Soly Cissé: Le monde perdu, 2003. Drawing No. VII. From the exhibition Africa Remix, Hayward Gallery, London. Reproduction from the catalogue

Towards Trialogue: On the Future of Islamic Studiesen

In this article, the well-known expert in Islamic studies makes a case for releasing Islamic Studies from the fashionable, yet restrictive corset that is ‘Regional Studies’, and to study Islam in a broader context alongside other monotheistic religions. This would not only lead to a better understanding of the respective cultures, but would also help reconcile them with one another.
By Navid Kermaniادامه ...

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سياست، فرهنگ، جامعه: اطلاعات و بحث به آلمانی، عربی و انگلیسی

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شرق در شبکه: نقادانه، ابتکاری و متعادل