当センター長・東長靖が2020 International Mediterranean Conferenceにて講演しました

2020 International Mediterranean Conference “Exchanges, Conflicts and Coexistence in Central Mediterranean”が下記要領で開催され、当センター長・東長靖がAFOMEDI(地中海研究機関アジア連合)を代表してOpening Ceremonyで講演しました。

【日時】2020年9月17日(木)、18日(金)
Zoom会議
 
【主催】
Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Busan University of Foreign Studies (IMS)
Mediterranean Institute, Malta University
 
【共催】
Asian Federation of Mediterranean Studies Institutes (AFOMEDI)
Korea Research Foundation, Busan University of Foreign Studies, OHEVDAY
詳しくはこちら(IMS HP )をご覧ください。

ジャカルタでKU–UIN Joint Seminar “Wisdom of Coexistence in the Islamic Thought: Graduate Seminar on Sufism”を開催しました

【日時】2020年2月17日(月)10:00−17:30

【場所】Theater, Universitas Islam Negeri Syarif Hidayatullah, Jakarta

【プログラム】

Keynote Speech 1: TONAGA Yasushi (Kyoto University) “Wisdom of Coexistence according to Sufism”

Keynote Speech 2: Oman FATHURAHMAN (Universitas Islam Negeri Syarif Hidayatullah) “Female Indonesian Sufis: Shattariyah Murids in the 18th and 19th Centuries in Java”

SESSION 1 (Chair: FUTATSUYAMA Tatsuro)
TANAHASHI Yukari (Kyoto University) “The Theological Thought of Muḥammad ibn Sulaymān al-Jazūlī”
Arif ZAMHARI (Universitas Islam Negeri Syarif Hidayatullah) “Innovation in Indonesia’s Sufi Tradition: Urban Majlis Zikir dan Salawat”
Bambang IRAWAN (Universitas Islam Negeri Syarif Hidayatullah) “Tasawuf and Radicalism”

SESSION 2(Chair: Agus RIFA’)
Yoyo HAMBALI (Universitas Islam Negeri Syarif Hidayatullah) “Ibn ‘Arabi on Relation of Sshari’a and Haqiqa”
MATSUDA Kazunori (Kyoto University) “Sana’ullah Amritsari and his Urdu Proses”
M. NIDA (Universitas Islam Negeri Syarif Hidayatullah) “Kyai Hasan Maolani; Tarekat and Collonialism”

【共催】
Kenan Rifai Center for Sufi Studies (KR),
Center for Islamic Area Studies (KIAS)
Graduate School of Asian African Area Studies (ASAFAS)
Jakarta Liaison Office of Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University
Graduate School of UIN

KIAS-KR Workshop: Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies in the East and the Westを開催しました

【Day and time】October 28 (Mon), 2019, 17:00-18:00

【Venue】Kyoto University, Main Campus, Research Building No. 2, 4th Floor, Lecture Room (AA401)

【Speakers and Titles】
TONAGA Yasushi (Kyoto University) “Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies in Japan”

Ondrej BERANEK (Czech Academy of Sciences) “Middle Eastern Studies in the Czech Republic”

Language: English

2018年12月23日 第二回地中海研究機関アジア連合(AFOMEDI2018)国際シンポジウムを開催しました

 

【Date and Time】 9:00-18:25, on 23 Decemeber 2018

【Venue】Inamori Foundation Memorial Hall, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences Campus, Kyoto University

【Language】English

【Program】

10:00-12:00  SESSION 1 “HISTORY AND PROSPECTUS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN STUDIES”

TAKAYAMA Hiroshi (Tokyo University) “Mediterranean Studies in Japan and My Research Focus”

 

CHOI Choon-Sik (Busan University of Foreign Studies) “Discourses on Mediterranean Studies in Korea”

Elena AVRAMIDOU (Peking University) “From the Mediterranean to Asia: Cultural Interaction and Buddhist Iconography”

Gen “Toby” LIANG (The Institute of History and Philology of Academia Sinica) “Migrations and Transmissions: Mediterranean Studies and East Asia”

 

12:00-12:30 “CORE TIME OF THE POSTER SESSION”

TONAGA Yasushi (Kyoto University) “The Choice of Languages in the Ottoman Sufism”

FUJII Chiaki (Kyoto University) “Positive Aspects of the Existence of Spirits: Case Studies on the East African Coast”

MATSUDA Kazunori (Kyoto University) “Comparison of the Sources of Urdu Fatwa Collections from the First Half of the 20th Century”

ISHIKAWA Kido (Kyoto University) “Persian Literature and ʿAṭṭār”

YAMAZAKI Satoru “An Esoteric Sect or the Twelvers?: A Question of Identity of Contemporary ‘Alawīs”

MADONO Kotoko (Kyoto University) “The Expanded Circle of Modern Sufis in Turkey”

SUENO Takanori (Kyoto University) “The Meaning of Studying Akbarian Tradition in North and West Africa”

MIZUNO Yuji (Kyoto University) “The Making of “Conservative Turn” in Contemporary Muslim Indonesia: An Institutional Perspective”

TANAHASHI Yukari (Kyoto University) “Muḥammad Sulaymān al-Jazūlī and his Works”

 

14:00-16:00 SIMULTANEOUS SESSION 2 “DEEP INSIGHT AND SOCIAL WELFARE IN THE MEDITERRANEAN WORLD”

OTSUKI Yasuhiro (Hitotsubashi University) “Civil Donations and Christian Philanthropy in the Later Roman Empire: Some Analysis of Justinian Edicts on Donations to the Ecclesiastical Institutions”

KOJIMA Yoshie (Waseda University) “Representations of Sin and Penance in the Romanesque Cathedrals of Italy”

MOZAFARI Mohammad Hassan (Busan University of Foreign Studies) “Exchange of Mystical Thoughts between Persian and Andalusian Scholars”

14:00-16:00 SIMULTANEOUS SESSION 3 “FRICTION AND PEACE IN THE MEDITERRANEAN WORLD”

Byoung Joo HAH (Busan University of Foreign Studies) “Conceptualizing Arab Identity in Area Studies Frame”

Mona Farouk Mohamed AHMED (Busan University of Foreign Studies) “Concepts of Conquest and Occupation: Different Views on Muslim Rule in the Iberian Peninsula”

TOBA Misuzu (Kwansei Gakuin University) “The War of Memories and Pieds-Noirs Diversity: French Cartoonist Jacques Ferrandez

and His Pluralist Vision”

AOYAGI Etsuko (Tsukuba University) “The Coexistence of Islam with Western Europe”

 

16:15-18:15 SESSION 4 “AREA INFORMATICS AND AREA STUDIES”

YAKOU Hisashi (Hokkaido University) “Mediterranean Landscape Reconsidered”

KISHI Toshihiko (Kyoto University) “East Asian Visual Studies in Creating a Digital Database”

YANAGISAWA Masayuki (Kyoto University) “Text Analysis and Visualization of Field Notes Data”

Sang Ho MOON (Busan University of Foreign Studies) “Research Trend Analysis of Area Studies based on Keywords”

* This conference was financially supported by The Center for the Promotion of Interdisciplinary Education and Research in Kyoto University (C-PIER), and organized under the auspices of the following institutions:

Asian Federation of Mediterranean Studies Institutes (AFOMEDI), Center for Islamic Area Studies in Kyoto University (KIAS), National Institutes for the Humanities (NIHU) Area Studies Project for the Modern Middle East, and Kenan Rifai Center for Sufi Studies (Kyoto University)

SIAS/KIAS-CNRS Joint Seminar 2019 を開催しました

SIAS/KIAS-CNRS Joint Seminar 2019 “Sufism, Sufi Orders and Saints from the Middle East to Asia”を下記の通り開催いたしました。

【日時】2019年3月2日(土)9:30-17:00
【場所】Amphi 3, Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales INALCO, Paris
【プログラム】
Opening:
TONAGA Yasushi (ASAFAS, Kyoto University) and Pierre-Jean LUIZARD (CNRS-GSRL/EPHE-PSL)

1. Sufi Orders in the Indian Subcontinent (Chair: TONAGA Y.)
NINOMIYA Ayako (Aoyama Gakuin University), Tension, Emotion and Devotion: Master-Disciple Relationships and Consolidation of Medieval India

Discussant: Alexandre PAPAS (CNRS-CETOBAC/EHESS-PSL)

Muhammad TOUSEEF (Doctorant EPHE/EHESS), The Sufi Ritual of Sama`: A New Perspective by the Chishti Master Khwaja `Ubaydullah Multani (d. 1888)

Discussant: NINOMIYA Ayako

2. Sufism and Reformism (Chair: NINOMIYA A.)
11:15 YAMAZAKI Satoru (Doctorant Kyoto University), Between Secrecy and Orthodoxy: Tradition and Reform among Contemporary `Alawis

Discussant: Thierry ZARCONE

Ayse AKYÜREK (Doctorant EPHE), The Reinventions of the Mevlevi Sema frim 1954 to the Present Day

Discussant: TONAGA Yasushi

3. Saint Veneration in Turkey and in the Middle East (Chair: A. PAPAS)
Samuel VERLEY (Masterant EHESS), al-Khidr in the Turkish Alawi Cult of the Saints

Discussant: TONAGA Yasushi

KONDO Fumiya (Doctorant Sophia University), The Mawlid of Abu al-Hajjaj and Other Mawlids: A Comparative Analysis

Discussant: Pierre-Jean LUIZARD

MADONO Kotoko (Doctorant Kyoto University), Niyazi-i Misri’s Time Theory Based on the Unity of Existence

Discussant: Thierry ZARCONE

General Remarks and Closing:
NINOMIYA Ayako; Alexandre PAPAs; Thierry ZARCONE

2018年12月1日~2日 中国イスラム国際シンポジウムを開催しました

Kenan Rifai Center for Sufi Studies, Kyoto University cohosted the International Workshop on Chinese Muslims entitled “Redrawing and Straddling Borders: Chinese Muslims in Trans-national Fields and Multi-linguistic Literatures.”

This workshop was held under the joint auspices of Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, and Faculty of Global and Regional Studies, Doshisha University, and scheduled as follows.

【Date and Venue】
Date: 1-2 December 2018

Venue: Institute for Research in Humanities Main Building 人文科学研究所本館 (4F Conference Room), Research Bldg. No. 4, Kyoto University

【Language】 English

【Program】

<December 1st> Redrawing Boundaries between “Us” and “Others” Responding to Historical Backgrounds

10:30 -11:00 Registration and Coffee

11:00-11:30 Opening NAKANISHI Tatsuya (Kyoto University) and WANG-KANDA Liulan (Doshisha University) Self-Introduction of Participants [Chinese Muslims’ Identity-Shift Responding to Historical Backgrounds]
11:30-12:30 NAKANISHI Tatsuya (Kyoto University) Family, Umma, and Nation: Multilayered and Dynamic Identities of Chinese Muslims

Lunch12:30-14:00

14:00-15:00 ZHAO Yuanhao 趙元昊 (Institute of Ethnic Literature, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences) Boundaries of Hui: About Wartime Ethnic “Identity” [Religious Boundaries for Chinese Muslims]
15:10-16:10 Aaron GLASSERMAN (Columbia University) Way of Heaven, Way of Man: Boundaries of the Shari’a in Qing and Republican China
16:20-17:20 Suchart SETTHAMALINEE (Payap University) Different Religious Practices and “Others” in Northern Thailand

18:30- Welcome Dinner

<December 2nd>

Straddling Spatial, Cultural, or Ethnic Boundaries

8:30-9:00 Registration and Coffee

[Chinese Muslims’ Bridging a gap between Chinese and Other Cultures]
9:00-10:00 Dror WEIL (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science) Transcending Linguistic Boundaries in Late Imperial China – The Case of Mirṣād al-‘ibād
10:10-11:10 Diana WONG (Universiti Sains Malaysia) Overseas Hui Entrepreneurs and the Globalisation of Qingzhen Ethnic Food: A Case Study of Malaysia

[Chinese Muslims and Other Chinese Minorities]
11:20-12:20 Marie-Paule HILLE (École des hautes études en sciences sociales) Legacy, Sociability, Moving Borders: an Ethnography of Trade Relationship between Chinese Muslims and Tibetans in Amdo

12:20-13:50 Lunch

13:50-14:50 WANG Jianxin 王建新 (Lanzhou University) Similarities and Differences between the Hui and the Uyghur: An Approach toward the Multiculturalism of Muslim Minorities in China

[Chinese Muslim Diaspora]
15:00-16:00 WANG-KANDA Liulan (Doshisha University) Border-crossing, Belonging and Family networks among Chinese Muslim Diaspora in Northern Thailand
16:10-17:10 MA Hailong 馬海龍 (Qinghai Nationalities University) At Home in Diaspora: the Chinese Hui Migrants in Malaysia
17:20-17:50 Concluding Discussion

2018年7月18日~20日 KRメンバーが第5回中東研究世界大会(Fifth World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies: WOCMES-5)にて研究発表を行いました

【日時】2018年7月18日~20日

【場所】セヴィリア(スペイン)

7月18日

PA-135 “Rethinking the Relationship between Batin and Zahir: From the Perspective of Sufism

and Fiqh”

Speakers and Titles:

MARUYAMA Daisuke “The Connotation of Batin and Zahir in the Context of Sufism: A Case

Study of Contemporary Sudan”

INOUE Kie “The Understanding of Zahir in Iranian Sufism”

PA-174. “Reframing the Past: Gender Questions and Islamic Traditions in the Modern Era”

Speakers and Titles:

TAKAHASHI Kei “Between Norm and Practice: Neo-Traditionalist Discourses on Gender in the

United States”

SAWAI Makoto “The Disappearance between Man and Woman: The Sufi View on Human

Existence”

澤井 真

PA-187 “Religious Practices Using Commodities in Consumer Societies”

Speakers and Titles:

FUTATSUYAMA Tatsuro “Qur’anic Commodities in Ordinary Muslims’ Space: Focusing on Interior Ornaments and Calenders in Tunisia’”

KOMAKI Sachiyo “The Cult of Islamic Relics and the Religious Goods in Contemporary India”

二ツ山 達朗 小牧 幸代

7月19日

PA-241 “Visits to Saintly Places in the Age of Globalization”

Speakers and Titles:

TONAGA Yasushi “Theoretical Basis for the Visit to the Saints’ Places in the Islamic Thought”

YASUDA Shin “Remembrance at Holy Places: Religious Capital and Shi’ite Religious Places in Syria in the Era of Crisis”

東長 靖 安田 慎

7月20日

July 20th

PA-339 “A Reconsideration of Public Spheres from a Grass-root Perspective– Historical and Contemporary Approaches”

Speakers and Titles:

KISAICHI Masatoshi “The Zawiya as an Ahylum in Medieval Magherb – A Reconsideration of the Public Sphere within an Islamic”

私市 正年

 

2018年2月24日 KIAS-IMS Seventh Joint Seminar “Exploring Culture and Politics in the Mediterranean World”を開催しました

イスラーム地域研究センター(KIAS)と釜山外国語大学地中海研究所(IMS)は、アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科及びケナン・リファーイー・スーフィズム研究センターとの共催により、第7回ジョイントセミナーKIAS-IMS Seventh Joint Seminar “Exploring Culture and Politics in the Mediterranean World”を開催しました。

【日時】2018年2月24日(土)14:30-18:15
【場所】京都大学吉田キャンパス総合2号館4階会議室(AA447)
【使用言語】英語

【プログラム】
Opening Session (14:30-14:50)
Chair: FUTATSUYAMA Tatsuro (Visiting Associate Professor, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies)

TONAGA Yasushi (Director, Center for Islamic Area Studies, Professor, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies)
“Welcome Speech”

Yong Soo YOON (Director, Institute for Mediterranean Studies)
“Greeting Speech”

Session 1 (14:50-16:20)
Chair: Byoung Joo HAH (Professor, Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Busan University of Foreign Studies)

YAMAMOTO Naoki (Ph.D. Candidate, Graduate School of Asian and Area Studies)
“Sharia/Haqiqa Dichotomy among Sufis and Kadizadelis during Ottoman Period”

Yong Soo YOON (Director, Institute for Mediterranean Studies) & Jung Ha KIM (Professor, Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Busan University of Foreign Studies)
“Types of Cultural Exchange in the Mediterraneanistic Multiculturalism”

Session 2 (16:30-18:00)
Chair: Choonsik CHOI (Professor, Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Busan University of Foreign Studies)

Ji Hun KANG (Research Professor, Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Busan University of Foreign Studies)
“A Study on Information Technology Utilization for Education of Overseas Area Culture”

OKABE Yuki (Graduate Student, Graduate School of Asian and Area Studies)
“Reconsidering Power Sharing Regimes and Civil Wars in Lebanon and Syria”

Sang Ho MOON (Professor, Dept. of Computer Engineering, Busan University of Foreign Studies) & Dong Yeol LEE (Research Professor, Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Busan University of Foreign Studies)
“GIS based Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Analysis”

Closing Session (18:00-18:15)
Chair: TONAGA Yasushi (Director, Center for Islamic Area Studies, Professor, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies)

KOSUGI Yasushi (Director, Hadhari Center for Islamic Civilizational Studies, Kyoto University; Professor, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies)
“Closing Remarks”

【主催者】
京都大学イスラーム地域研究センター (KIAS)
京都大学アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科(ASAFAS)
京都大学ケナン・リファーイー・スーフィズム研究センター
釜山外国語大学地中海研究所(IMS)

2018年1月21-22日 SIAS/KIAS-CNRS Joint Seminarを開催しました

京都大学ケナン・リファーイー・スーフィズム研究センターは、京都大学イスラーム地域研究センター(KIAS)、上智大学イスラーム研究センター(SIAS)と共催でSIAS/KIAS-CNRS Joint Seminar 2018 “Holy Relics and Religious Commodities in Islam + Other Related Subjects Including Graduate Student Presentations”を下記の通り開催しました。

【日時】2018年1月21-22日
【場所】東洋大学 熱海研修センター

【プログラム】
January 21: 13:00-18:00
(13:00-13:15) Opening Remarks: TONAGA Yasushi (KIAS, Kyoto University)

Part 1: Holy Relics and Religious Commodities in Islam + Related Subjects

(13:15-13:50) Pierre-Jean LUIZARD (EPHE-CNRS GSRL)
“Damascus and Cairo: Two Heads of Hussein for Two Kinds of Worship”

(13:50-14:15) KONDO Fumiya (Ph.D. student, SGPAS, Sophia University)
“Mawlid Dolls of Egypt in Terms of “Religious Commodities”: A Preliminary Study”

(14:15-14:50) Thierry ZARCONE (EPHE-CNRS GSRL)
“Qadamgah and Mausoleums Associated with Relics of Imam Ali ibn Abu Talib in the Indo-Turko-Persian Area”

(15:00-15:35) NINOMIYA Ayako (Aoyama Gakuin University)
“Qadam-i Sharif, Mecca and Delhi: Story of a Sufi and Footprints of the Prophet Muhammad in Medieval India”

(15:35-16:10) Alexandre PAPAS (CNRS-CETOBAC)
“Kashkul: Practical Uses and Doctrinal Meanings of a Sufi Relic”

(16:10-16:45) TAKAHASHI Kei (JSPS Research Fellow-RPD)
“Sufism without Tariqa: The Emergence of Muslim Third Places in the Contemporary American Muslim Community”

Part 2: Graduate Student Presentations 1

(17:00-17:30) ISHIKAWA Kido (Ph.D. student, ASAFAS, Kyoto University)
“The Mode of Expression of the Love in the Works of Baba Tahir”

(17:30-18:00) SUENO Takanori (Ph.D. student, ASAFAS, Kyoto University)
“Ibrahim Niyas’s on Sufism: From a Perspective as a Shari‘a Oriented Sufi”

January 22: 9:00-12:00
Part 3: Graduate Student Presentations 2

(9:00-9:30) YAMAZAKI Satoru (Ph.D. student, ASAFAS, Kyoto University)
“Syrian Civil War, Sectarianism, and the Turkish Arab `Alawis’ Struggle for Recognition”

(9:30-10:00) Kamnoush KHOSROVANI (Ph.D. student, EPHE-CNRS GSRL)
“On the Path of an Exuberant Sufi Practice: An Anthropological Study of the Contemporary Female Qaderi Groups in Tehran”

Part 4: Holy Relics and Religious Commodities in Islam + Related Subjects 2

(10:10-10:45) FUTATSUYAMA Tatsuro (Research Associate of the NIHU/KIAS, Kyoto University)
“Qur’anic Interior Ornaments in Ordinary Muslims’ Space: From the Case of South Tunisia”

(10:45-11:20) YASUDA Shin (Teikyo University)
“Commodifying Religious Experiences: Islamic Tour Operators and Religious Markets in Indonesia”

(11:20-11:50) General Comments: Pierre-Jean LUIZARD, Alexandre PAPAS, and Thierry ZARCONE

(11:50-12:00) Closing Remarks: AKAHORI Masayuki (SIAS, Sophia University)

Organizers:
Thierry ZARCONE, TONAGA Yasushi, MISAWA Nobuo (Faculty of Social Sciences, Toyo University), AKAHORI Masayuki

【主催】

高等研究実習院フランス国立科学研究センターGroupe Societes, Religions, Laicites
京都大学イスラーム地域研究センター(KIAS)
上智大学イスラーム研究センター(SIAS)

NIHU 地域研究推進事業「現代中東地域研究」京都大学イスラーム地域研究センター拠点
京都大学ケナン・リファーイー・スーフィズム研究センター
科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(A))「イスラーム神秘主義の構造的理解-スーフィズム・タリーカ・聖者信仰複合現象の解明」
科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(B))「地中海周辺域における聖者・聖遺物崇敬の人類学的研究」
上智大学学術研究特別推進費(重点領域研究)「イスラームとキリスト教他諸宗教の対立・交流・融和の地域間比較研究」

 

略称:
NIHU=National Institute of Humanities
ASAFAS=Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University
SGPAS=Sophia Graduate Program for Area Studies, Graduate School of Global Studies, Sophia University

2017年5月20-21日 第一回国際シンポジウムを開催しました

京都大学ケナン・リファーイー・スーフィズム研究センター第一回国際シンポジウム “Islamic Studies and the Study of Sufism in Academia: Rethinking Methodologies”を開催しました。

国内外(トルコ、アメリカ、中国、日本)から様々な地域と専門分野を研究対象とする第一線の研究者35名をスピーカーとしてお招きし、イスラーム研究及びスーフィズム研究に関する発表、国内の若手研究者も交えての有意義な議論が行われました。

2日間にわたり約120名が参加し、トルコ共和国大使館からもアフメト・ビュレント・メリチ閣下にお越しいただきました。シンポジウムの内容はYou Tubeを通して生中継され、世界に向けて最先端のスーフィズム・聖者・タリーカ研究を示すことができました。

また、日本のスーフィズム・聖者・タリーカ研究に関する書籍、日本語訳のクルアーン、日本-トルコ関係資料の展示も行われ、多くの参加者の興味を引きました。

【日時】2017年5月20-21日
【場所】京都大学稲盛財団記念館3階大会議室
【プログラム】

5月20日
Opening Session:
KOSUGI Yasushi (Former Dean of ASAFAS and Director of the Center for Hadhari Islamic Civilizational Studies at Kyoto University)
TONAGA Yasushi (Director of the Kenan Rifai Center for Sufi Studies, Kyoto University)
Cemalnur SARGUT (Founder of Kerim Foundation, Advisor to Üsküdar University Chancellor and Director of TÜRKKAD İstanbul Branch)
Mehmet KÖSE (President of Turkish Republic Prime Ministry the Presidency for Turks Abroad and Related Communities)
A. Bülent MERİÇ (Turkish Ambassador)
 
Keynote Speech I: TONAGA Yasushi, KOSUGI Yasushi (15 min. each)
Keynote Speech II: TU Weiming and Mahmud Erol KILIÇ (20 min. each)
 
Session 1
1. Carl ERNST [chair] “Orientalist Legacies and the Academic Construction of Sufism”
2. MURATA Sachiko “Sufism in Chinese”
3. Osman Nuri KÜÇÜK “The Epistemological Problem of the Contemporary Islamic Thought: Loosing Hikma (Wisdom)”
4. TONAGA Yasushi “General Tendency of Islamic and Sufi Studies in Japan”
 
Session 2
1. Omid SAFI [chair] “Mawlana, Mevlana, Rumi”
2. TAKAO Ken’ichiro “Sufism under Syrian Ba‘th: Ahmad Kuftaru
and His Tariqah”
3. Bruce LAWRENCE “Is adab axial or incremental to madhhab-iʻishq (Sufism)?”
4. William CHITTICK “Moses in the Religion of Love”
 
Closing Conference of the Project of the Bridge of Two Easts Education Program for Sufi Culture
Cangüzel Güner Zülfikar [chair] (20min.) “Searching New Horizons in Methodology of Sufi Studies”
Participants of the Program (15 min. each):
1. Kotoko MADONO
2. Qayyim Mashuk Naoki YAMAMOTO
3. Kie INOUE
4. Kazunori MATSUDA
5. Makoto SAWAI
 
5月21日
Session 3
1. NAKANISHI Tatsuya “Ma Dexin and Ibn ‘Arabī’s Theories Regarding the Afterlife: A Chinese
Expression of Sufism during the 19th Century”
2. Ahmet Murat ÖZEL “Reading the History of Sufism from the View of the Classification of ʻIlms [Science]”
3. Juliane HAMMER “Studying American Sufism: A Reflection on Boundaries, Authenticity, and Politics”
4. James MORRIS [chair] “Teaching “Sufi” Studies in Undergraduate Settings: Religious Studies and the Liberal Arts”
 
Session 4
1. MORIMOTO Kazuo [chair] “Sayyido-Sharifology Twelve Years Later”
2. TAKAHASHI Kei “The Institutional Origin of the Ulama-Sufi Dichotomy in Modern Egypt”
3. NINOMIYA Ayako “Concepts of affiliation and membership of Tariqa: Medieval India’s case”
4. OGURA Satoshi “Indic Deities translated by means of the oneness of existence: in the case of Muḥammad Šāhābādī’s Persian translation of the Rājataraṅgiṇīs”
 
Session 5
1. MARUYAMA Daisuke “Mystic, Miracle, and Mediation: The Interpretation of the Relation between Allah
and People in Contemporary Sudanese Sufi Tariqas”
2. YASUDA Shin “Islamic Hospitality in Adab Literature (temporary)”
3. ARAI Kazuhiro [chair] “Saint Veneration in Indonesia and the Emergence of Hadrami Sada: Shaping Historical Perception by Using the Current Situation?”
4. WAZAKI Seika “Searching for “our Islam”: Sufism, tariqa and the government policies towards Islam in post-Soviet Central Asia”
 
Session 6
1. miriam cooke “Framing the Lives of Female Sufi Saints”
2. YAMANE So “Dual Trends of Sufi Poetry in South Asia”
3. Emine YENITERZI “Significance of Literature in Sufi Education”
4. Cemil AYDIN [chair] “Islamic Studies, Geopolitics, and Racialization of Muslims: Lessons from the 20th Century”
 
Concluding Session
Cemâlnur SARGUT [chair]
TONAGA Yasushi
AKAHORI Masayuki
William CHITTICK
Carl ERNST
Mahmud Erol KILIÇ