Appel à comm. : “Ibn Taymiyya’s Thought: Corpus, Reception and Legacy”, Paris, 9-10/11/2022 (limite : 30 avril 2022).


This conference is part of the research project “The taymiyyan corpus of jihad: reception, decontextualization and instrumentalization by the contemporary jihadist movements” (Mehdi Berriah), winning project of the call for projects « Islam, religion et society » of the French Ministry of Interior – Central Bureau of Cults and the PhD Project “Questioning the Quiescence of the Ottoman Ḥanbalīs: The Genesis of Conservative Salafism” (Sarah Van Eyken) and organised in partnership with the VU Amsterdam, KU Leuven, the Centre for Islamic Theology (CIT-VU) and the CNRS-UMR 8167 Orient et Méditérannée.

The conference will take place at INALCO (National Institute for Oriental Languages and Civilizations) in Paris, on 9-10 November 2022 and the papers will be peer reviewed and published in a collective volume. If travelling will not be possible in November 2022, we will offer an online conference. English, French and Arabic will be the languages of communication, and the duration of each paper submission will be 20-25 minutes. Each session will be followed by 15-20 minutes Q&A’s session.


Submissions including a title of the contribution with an abstract (350-500 words) and a short academic CV, which must be sent by 30/04/2022. Please send this to the two e- mail addresses provided below.


The conference will cover accommodation costs (2 nights max) and the meals of the 2 days-conference. Transportation costs are not covered.




– 30/05/2022: Papers acceptance
– 20/09/2022: Publication of the conference’s programme – 09-10/11/2022: Conference
– 30/06/2023: Submission of articles for evaluation
– 30/10/2023: Feedback for submissions
– 15/12/2023: Submission of final version of articles


Hassan Bouali

Docteur en histoire médiévale de l'université Paris Nanterre.

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