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Brown (Associate Professor of Walsh School of Foreign Service/Director, Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim-Chrisitian Understanding, Georgetown University), is one of the most distinguished young scholars in the hadith studies.

The founder of the Institute, Rita's current work focuses on the development of measures to assess psycho-social health which are relevant and appropriate for context, and ways in which interventions could generate active and positive resilience and resistance to ongoing war like conditions, especially among youth.

Gatherings around a cup of coffee will be our guiding thread to explore the diverse ways through which these young adults appropriate urban space and create specific modes of sociability in a constantly evolving cityscape.

While the coffee consumed at home often refers to traditional hospitality and a patrimonialised national community, consumer-oriented coffee shops located in the newer resorts allow these young adults to present themselves as global and cosmopolitan subjects.

Brown)を報告者の1人として、"Utilizing the Prophetic Legacy: Questions of Justice and Authority in the Muslim Societies"(預言者の遺産の活用:ムスリム諸社会における正義と権威の諸問題)と題したワークショップを、12月17日(日曜日)に、同志社大学今出川校地で開催することとなりました。 会員の皆様にご参加いただきたく、お知らせ申し上げます。 事前登録制といたしますので、参加をご希望の方は下記の「問い合わせ先」までご連絡ください。 詳細は以下の通りです。 Dear all, You are cordially invited to the international workshop, "Utilizing the Prophetic Legacy: Questions of Justice and Authority in the Muslim Societies", which will be held on the 17th December 2017 (Sun) at Imadegawa Campus, Doshisha University in Kyoto. This lecture will discuss the reflections of esoteric interpretations in Sufi visual-material practice with particular reference to the memorial services for the Prophet Muḥammad’s grandson Ḥusayn and other members of his family during the sacred day of ʿĀshūrāʾ followed by Sultan Nawruz. in Islamic art and archaeology, Freie Universität Berlin, 2008; M. in Islamic art and archaeology, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 1998; B. in Chinese, Japanese and Korean art and archaeology, International Christian University, Tokyo, 1991) and working on religious symbolism for more than twenty years, Sara Kuehn studies religion from a cross-cultural comparative perspective.