東文研シンポジウム: イスラムと国際政治
Symposium: Islam and International Relations

Islam has been a subject of intense debate for the last few years over the world. The discipline of International Relations has been also grappling with the task of how to conceptualize Islam in the system of International Relations. The symposium examines how International Relations has been dealing with Islam in the past and suggests how it might address some key issues more fruitfully as a discipline as well as for the purpose of jointly nurturing a more peaceful and yet more just order.

Time: June 18, Friday 13:00 - 16:00pm

Place: Conference Room, Institute of Oriental Culture, University of Tokyo

13:00 - 13:30
Professor Mustapha Kamal Pasha (American University, Meiji Gakuin University)
“Islam and International Relations: Beyond Liberalism and Orientalism”

13:30 - 14:00
Professor Eiji Nagasawa (University of Tokyo)
“The Images of Islam in Japanese Intellectuals”

14:00 - 14:30
Professor Timur Dadabaev (University of Tokyo)
”Realities and Myths of Global Islamic Project: A Central Asian Perspective”

14:30 - 16:00
Chair: Takashi Inoguchi (University of Tokyo)

Scheme: It is an open symposium with the Professor Mustapha Kamal Pasha,
Professor Eiji Nagasawa and Professor Timur Dadabaev, giving 30 minutes presentation each. It will be chaired by Takashi Inoguchi. The language used is English.

登録日時:Wed May 26 15:20:31 2004
登録者 :研究協力係
掲載期間:20040526 - 20040618
当日期間:20040618 - 20040618