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The II Seminar "Islam 2.0" will take place in Granada in December

On the 14th and 15th December, the II Seminar Islam 2.0: “Continue, break, rework: The Islamic tradition on the 21st century” will take place in Granada, at the Euroarab Foundation. This seminar is organised in the frame of the R+D+i Project Islam 2.0: Cultural and religious signs of mediterranean societies in transformation – ALAM2.0 and Euroarab Foundation.

Seminar “Modern Arab and Islamic Thought”. Registration Open.

From 30 May to 3 June, will be held the fifth and last seminar among the series that has taken place since January as part of the Chair of Studies in Islamic Civilization and Renewal of Religious Thought. Two well-known experts will impart the seminar: Dr. Said Bensaid Al-Alaoui and Dr. Abdullah Al-Sayed Ould Abah.

Lectures by Dr. Radwan El-Sayed at the Universities of Seville and Granada

Lectures on ‘Islamic Thought’ will be held on 6 May at the University of Seville and on 10 May at the University of Granada by Dr. Radwan El-Sayed, Professor of Islamic Studies at the Lebanese University of Beirut. These lectures are part of the program carried out by the Chair of Studies in Islamic Civilization and Renewal of Religious Thought, established by the Euro-Arab and Mominoun Without Borders Foundations.

"Islamic Thought and Women's Liberation. Analytical and Critical Approach to Islamic Rhetoric concerning Women"

Interview with ASMA LAMRABET.

An interview on the occasion of the seminar "Islamic Thought and Women's Liberation. Analytical and Critical Approach to Islamic Rhetoric concerning Women", imparted in Granada at the Euro-Arab Foundation's headquarters from 1 to 4 March, 2016, which counts with the participation of the researchers Asma Lamrabet and Natalia Andujar as speakers.

'Islamic Thought and Women's Liberation' Seminar

The Second of the Seminar Series of the Chair of Studies in Islamic Civilization and Renewal of Religious Thought, titled 'Islamic Thought and Women's Liberation - Analytical and Critical Approach to Islamic Rhetoric concerning Women', takes place from 1 to 4 March, 2016.