Colloquium with Ken Chitwood (FU Berlin) and others.
Oct 20 − Oct 21 from 4pm − 8 pm
Please register here until October 17.
This colloquium features scholars addressing gaps in both Islamic studies and the study of Latin America as well as the Caribbean in transdisciplinary perspective. As the study of Latin America and the Caribbean is not at the center of Islamic studies and vice versa, this colloquium offers space for discussing novel, experimental research in both fields, which will further promote their respective incorporation.
You are invited to attend the colloquium and to register HERE. Only registrants will receive an invite to attend the panels. Registration is limited to 25 people per panel, while Dr. Aisha Khan's keynote and The Muslims of Latin America and the Caribbean book launch are open to the public. The deadline for registration is on October 17, please register before. Looking forward to seeing you!
(all times in Central European Time [CET])
Wednesday, 20 October
- 4:00 - 5:45 pm Panel: "Race, Religion, and Identity among Muslims in the Caribbean”
- Dr. Philipp Bruckmayr (University of Vienna)
- Dr. Aliyah Khan (University of Michigan)
- Dr. Alaina Morgan (University of Southern California)
- 6:00 - 7:30 pm "A Parallax View: Obeah, Hosay, and Race in the Atlantic World," a talk by Dr. Aisha Khan (New York University)
Thursday, 21 October
- 4:00 - 5:45 pm Panel: “Diaspora Dynamics and Local Adaptations in Mexico and Colombia”
- Dr. Baptiste Brodard (Universidad Veracruzana)
- Nik Hasif (University of Copenhagen)
- Dr. Arely Medina (Universidad de Guadalajara)
- 6:00 - 7:30 pm Book Launch & Conversation: The Muslims of Latin America and the Caribbean
- Author: Dr. Ken Chitwood (Freie Universität Berlin)
- Moderator: Prof. Dr. Claudia Derichs (Humboldt Universität Berlin)
- Respondents: PD Dr. Nora Lafi (Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient). Andrea Miranda (Freie Universität Berlin)
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