The University of Tokyo Centrer for Middle Eastrn Studies Sultan Qaboos Chair in Middle Eastern Studies

Ecology of Non-Dominant Groups in the Middle East

International Workshop "Vulnerability and Resilience"

Speakers:
Karen HAMADA (PhD. Candidate, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo)
“Armenian Christology in the Christian-Muslim Dialogue of the 14th-15th Centuries”
Ryoko ISAKA (PhD. Candidate, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo)
“Russian Orthodox Clergy in 19th-Century North Caucasus: Their Activities and Their Attitudes towards Muslims”
Hiroko MIYOKAWA (Research Fellow, Sophia University)
“The Establishment of the Coptic Museum and its Nationalization”
Naofumi ABE (Project Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo)
“Armenians in local Iranian Society: Survival of a Religious Minority Community in a Muslim Majority Domain”
Yohei KONDO (Research Associate, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
"From the Dissociation to Coordination: A Case of the Modern Ibadis"
Naoko KUWAHARA (Associate Professor, Fukuyama City University, JAPAN)
"Constitution and the Realm of Religious Personal Laws: Beyond “Blindness of Differences” and “Absolute Religious Autonomy”?"
Hidemi TAKAHASHI (Professor, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the University of Tokyo)
"Descriptions of Disasters in Barhebraeus’ Historical Works"

Commentators:
Namie Tsujigami (Project Associate Professor, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo)
Antranik Dakessian (Associate Professor, Haigazian University)
Ray Jabre Mouawad (Researcher,, Saint Joseph University)

Date Thursday, 10th March 2016
9:00-17:00
Venue Japan Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies,
2nd floor, Azariyeh Building (Lazarists Center)A2-1, Bashura, Emir Bashir Street, Central District, Beirut, Lebanon
Contact The University of Tokyo Centre for Middle Eastern Studies
+81 3 5465 7724
In collaboration with JaCMES, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies and JSPS Grant-in-Aid Research Project.
The lecture will be in English, free, and open to the public.
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