EUME Workshops

The 2- to 4-day workshops with 10 to 18 participants make possible intense discussions of specific issues within – and also between – the individual projects. Apart from the integration of the fellows in the respective Berlin-based research groups, the workshops are primarily planned to be a central instrument in advancing the particular research agendas of the participating scholars. Each year, one or two smaller workshops also involving the opportunity to invite scholars from abroad are available for each of the abovementioned research fields. Workshops within the individual projects are ideally steered and undertaken in close cooperation with the fellows working in the respective fields and by including scholars working on similar issues in other historical, geographical, or cultural settings. In this way, regional findings can be channeled into the mainframe institutional disciplines.

EUME Workshops

EUME Workshop
Thu 27 May 2010 – Fri 28 May 2010
EUME

Women and the City, Women in the City: A Gendered Perspective for Ottoman Urban History

Nazan Maksudyan (EUME Fellow 2009/2010), in cooperation with Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient (ZMO) and Ballhaus Naunynstraße

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EUME Workshop
Mon 22 Feb 2010 – Thu 25 Feb 2010
EUME

The Aesthetic in Medieval and Early Modern Arabic Rhetorical Theory and Practice

Nader Hammami (EUME Fellow 2009/10) and Islam Dayeh (FU Berlin)

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EUME Workshop
Wed 13 Jan 2010 – Fri 15 Jan 2010
EUME

Layers of Islamic Art and the Museum Context

Chaired by Benoît Junod (Aga Khan Trust for Culture) and Stefan Weber (Museum für Islamische Kunst)

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EUME Workshop
Wed 15 Jul 2009
EUME

Allegory and the Plain-sense Meaning of Scripture

Husain Qutbuddin and Walid Salehin, in the framework of the research field "Perspectives on the Qur'an: Negotiating Different Views of a Shared History" of …

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EUME Workshop
Mon 13 Jul 2009 – Tue 14 Jul 2009
EUME
EUME Workshop
Thu 11 Dec 2008 – Sat 13 Dec 2008
EUME

Cultural Voices of a Fragmented Nation: War, Trauma and Remembrance in Contemporary Iraq

Friederike Pannewick and Stephan Milich (CNMS, Marburg). Part of the research field 'Travelling Traditions. Comparative Perspectives on Near Eastern …

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EUME Workshop
Mon 10 Nov 2008
EUME

Literatur als Palimpsest

Held in honor of Angelika Neuwirth

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EUME Workshop
Wed 18 Jun 2008 – Thu 19 Jun 2008
EUME

Forging Administration

Marc Aymes (EUME) and Benoît Fliche (CNRS, “Études turques etottomanes”), in cooperation with Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris; Centre Marc …

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EUME Workshop
Thu 12 Jun 2008 | 09:30–19:00
EUME

Islam, the Quran and Late Secularism

Mohammed Tabishat (Al-Ain University / EUME Fellow 2007/08), part of the EUME research area, “Perspectives on the Quran: Negotiating Different Views of a …

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EUME Workshop
Thu 06 Mar 2008 – Sat 08 Mar 2008
EUME

The Life and Work of Ahmad Faris Shidyaq

Fawwaz Traboulsi (Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin)

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EUME Workshop
Tue 26 Feb 2008
EUME

Aneignung, Relektüre, Redaktion: Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf Psalter und Koran

Der Workshop findet im Rahmen des Forschungsfeldes „Der Koran als Text einer gemeinsamen Antike und geteilten Geschichte“ von „Europa im Nahen Osten – Der Nahe …

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EUME Workshop
Fri 07 Dec 2007 – Sun 13 Jan 2008
EUME

DI/VISIONS: Culture and Politics of the Middle East

A program of lectures, discussions and screenings

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EUME Workshop
Mon 18 Jun 2007 – Wed 20 Jun 2007
EUME

Nation and Translation

Samah Selim (IREMAM, Aix-en-Provence), Shaden Tageldin (EUME) and Erol Köroğlu (EUME)

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EUME Workshop
Thu 24 May 2007 – Fri 25 May 2007
EUME

From Nuzi to Medina: The Qur’anic Law of Inheritance in the Context of Ancient Near Eastern Adoption Contracts

Workshop with David Powers (Professor of Islamic History and Law, Cornell University)

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