CILE Summer School 2014 in Granada: All videos of all classes

CILE Summer School 2014 in Granada

All videos of all classes 

 

CILE has just concluded its Second Annual Summer School 2015 in Granada (Spain). We are very pleased to share with you all videos of the previous edition 2014.

Also included, two public lectures given on day 2 (Politics) and day 5 (Europe).

We hope you will enjoy them as much as we enjoyed having the students with us, sharing unique moments during our two last editions of CILE Summer School in Granada (2015 and 2014). 

 

Day 1: Methodology (Al Manhajiya)

Day 2: Politics 

Day 3: Migration and Human Rights

Day 4: Gender

Day 5: Europe

 

Day 1 Session 1

Dr Tariq Ramadan “Al Manhajiya Questioning Islamic Legal Tradition” 

 

Day 1 Session 2

Sheikh Chauki Lazhar: Methodology of Benefiting from the Texts of Revelation “Development of Approaches & Necessity for Renewal”

 

Day 1 Session 3

Dr Mohamed Ghaly “Islam and Biomedical Ethics”

 

Day 1 Session 4

Tariq Ramadan / Chauki Lazhar / Mohammed Ghaly: Open Discussion with students on Methodology

 

Day 1 Session 5

Ramon Grosfoguel: From the Conquest of Al Andalus to the Conquest of Americas and Vice-versa

 

Go to Page 2 for Day 2: Politics

 

 

Day 1: Methodology (Al Manhajiya)

Day 2: Politics 

Day 3: Migration and Human Rights

Day 4: Gender

Day 5: Europe

 

Day 2 Session 1

Dr Mohamed El-Moctar Al Shinqiti “Revival of Islamic Political Values: meaning of Sharia in a Free Society”

 

Day 2 Session 2

Dr Hatem Bazian: Reading and Re-reading the Medina Charter: Constitutional Debates and Religious Authority

 

Day 2 Session 3

Dr Tariq Ramadan “Politics: Reality and Islamic Reference”

 

Day 2 Session 4

Tariq Ramadan, Hatem Bazian, Moctar Al Shinqiti: Open Discussion with Students on Politics

 

Day 2 Session 5: Public Lecture

Tariq Ramadan, Hatem Bazian, Moctar Al Shinqiti: “Islamic Political Ethics Through a De-Colonial Frame” 

 

 

Go to Page 3 for Day 3: Migration and Human Rights

 

 

Day 1: Methodology (Al Manhajiya)

Day 2: Politics 

Day 3: Migration and Human Rights

Day 4: Gender

Day 5: Europe

 

Day 3 Session 1

Dr Rajai Ray Jureidini “Migration Contemporary Questions: Reality and Ethics”

 

Day 3 Session 2

Roman Grosfoguel “Migrants History: Theories of Migration in World Historical Perspective”

 

Day 3 Session 3

Dr Rajai Ray Jureidini “Migrants History in Qatar: Evolution and Ethical Concerns”

 

Day 3 Session 4

Ramon Grosfoguel, Dr Ray Jureidini: Open Discussion with Students on Migrants and History

 

Go to Page 4 for Day 4: Gender

 

 

Day 1: Methodology (Al Manhajiya)

Day 2: Politics 

Day 3: Migration and Human Rights

Day 4: Gender

Day 5: Europe

 

Day 4 Session 1

Chauki Lazhar: Feminity from Islamic Perspective Between Patriarchal and Modernist Approaches

 

Day 4 Session 2

Safiyyah Surtee “Gender Challenges: From Where to Where?”

 

Day 4 Session 3

Sehija Dedovic: Phenomena of Muslim Women Organizations in Civil Society in Europe

 

Day 4 Session 4

Safiyyah Surtee, Sehija Dedovic, Chauki Lazhar: Open Discussion with Students on Gender

 

Go to Page 5 for Day 5: Europe

 

 

Day 1: Methodology (Al Manhajiya)

Day 2: Politics 

Day 3: Migration and Human Rights

Day 4: Gender

Day 5: Europe

 

Day 5 Session 1

Dr Ahmet Alibasic on Europe “Islam in the Balkans: Current Situation and Challenges Ahead”

 

Day 5 Session 2

Ibrahim Ezzayat on Europe “Muslims in Germany: Challenges and Opportunities in the 21 Century”

 

Day 5 Session 3

Tariq Ramadan on Europe “Muslim European Legal and Ethical Contribution”

 

Day 5 Session 4

Tariq Ramadan, Ibrahim Ezzayat, Ahmet Alibasic: Open Discussion with Students on Europe

 

Day 5 Session 5: Public Lecture on Europe

Tariq Ramadan, Ibrahim Ezzayat, Ahmet Alibasic,Ramon Grosfoguel, Dr Salman 

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