“Crossing Boundaries: Mystical and Philosophical Conceptualizations of the Dunya/Akhira Relationship” (Utrecht, 5 July 2013)

University of Utrecht

Programme

9.00-9.20         Arrival and registration
9.20-9.30         Welcome (Christian Lange, Utrecht University)

Panel 1: Eschatology and Boundary-Crossing in Zuhd and in Early Sufism

9.30-9.50
Yunus Yaldiz (Utrecht University): Aspects of Boundary-Crossing: al-Zuhd fi
l-dunya, Tawakkul and Warfare in Early Renunciant Hadith Literature

9.50-10.10
Michael Ebstein (Hebrew University): Mystical Ascensions and the Hereafter in
the Here and Now: Some Notes on Eschatology in the Traditions Attributed to Dhu
l-Nin al-Misri

10.10-10.30
Ahmet Karamustafa (University of Maryland): Eschatology in Early Sufi Thought

10.30-11.00
Q&A

Panel 2: Eschatology in Sufi Tafsir

11.30-11.50
Pieter Coppens (Utrecht University): Moses and the Beatific Vision in Medieval
Islamic Mystical Exegesis

11.50-12.10
Pierre Lory (EPHE Paris): The Greater Resurrection according to Kashani’s
Commentaries of the Qur'an

12.10-12.30
Jamal Elias (UPenn): Commentary as Method vs Genre: An Analysis of Isma'il
Haqqi Bursawi’s Commentaries on the Qur'an and the Masnawi-yi ma'nawi

12.30-13.00
Q&A

Panel 3: Eschatology in the Ishraqi Tradition

14.30-14.50
Eric van Lit (Utrecht University): Continuity and Change in the Commentaries on
Suhrawardi (d. 1191): the Notion of the World of Imagination ('alam al-mithal)

14.50-15.10
Nicolai Sinai (Oxford University): Al-Suhrawardi and Qutb al-Din al-Shirazi on
the World of Image

15.10-15.30
Sajjad Rizvi (University of Exeter): Personal Identity in Later Islamic
Philosophy: Mulla Sadr on Resurrection and the Human in the Afterlife

16.00-16.30
Q&A

If you’re interested in attending this event, please contact Christian Lange
(C.R.Lange@uu.nl).
For more information, please visit http://hhit.wp.hum.uu.nl/

Camille Rhoné

Agrégée d'histoire, titulaire d'une thèse de doctorat en histoire de l'Islam médiéval ("Défendre le territoire en Iran nord-oriental - Khorassan et Transoxiane -, IXe-XIe siècle"), Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.

Vous aimerez aussi...

Laisser un commentaire

Votre adresse de messagerie ne sera pas publiée. Les champs obligatoires sont indiqués avec *

Ce site utilise Akismet pour réduire les indésirables. En savoir plus sur comment les données de vos commentaires sont utilisées.