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International Colloquium of the Islamic Area Studies Project

Unit 1

Intellectuals in Islam in the 20th Century: Situations, Discourses, Strategies

Hotel JAL City Yotuya, Tokyo, October 13-15, 2000

With the Support of the Japan Foundation and the Embassy of France in Japan

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<First Day> 13, Oct. Evening

Welcome Lecture: KOMATSU Hisao (The University of Tokyo)
gMuslim Intellectuals and Japanh

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<Second Day > 14, Oct. 9:30-18:00

Keynote Speech: KOSUGI Yasushi (Kyoto University)
gThe Significance of the 20th Century for the Islamic Worldh

Session I-1: Muslim Intellectuals in an Era of Transformation : 10:00-12:00

Nuria G. GARAEVA (Academy of Sciences of Tatarstan)
gShihab al-Din al-Marjanifs Wafiyyat al-Aslaf va Tahiyyat al-Ahlaf about Islam in Volga-Ural Areah

Yusuf Ibish (Furqan Islamic Heritage Foundation )
gS.F. al-Yashrutiyyah as a Sufi Saint and Belle-letterist of the 20 th Century h

Lunch Break : 12:00-13:00

Session I-2: Muslim Intellectuals in an Era of Transformation : 13:00-15:30

Francois GEORGEON( CNRS Paris)
gReform or Revolution? The Dilemma of Turkish Intellectuals in the Beginning of the 20th Centuryh

Stefan REICHMUTH (The University of Bochum )
gArabo-Islamic Constitutional Thought at 1906: Abd al-Karim Murad and His Draft Constitution for Moroccoh

Yann RICHARD (The University of Paris III Sorbonne-Nouvelle)
gIranian Intellectuals of the Interwar Period (1921-1941)h

Coffee Break : 15:30-16:00

Session II-1: Modern/Contemporary Thought and Social Movements : 16:00-18:00

Stephane A. DUDOIGNON (CNRS Strasbourg)
gWomen as a Stake and Protagonist in the Intellectual Life in Late Imperial Russiafs Muslim
Communitiesh

Francoise AUBIN (CNRS Paris)
gIslam on the Wings of Nationalism: the Case of Muslim Intellectuals in Republican Chinah

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<Third Day> 10:00-18:00

Session II-2: Modern/Contemporary Thought and Social Movements : 10:00-12:30

MATSUNAGA Yasuyuki (Nihon University)
gThe Birth and Growth of the Democratic "New Left" Islamists in Iranh

KOBAYASHI Yasuko (Nanzan University)
gDilemma of a Populist Ulama: Abdurrahman Wahid in Indonesia at the Time of Transitionh

Marc GABORIEAU (CNRS-EHESS Paris)
gA Fundamentalist Intellectual: the Indo-Pakistanese Mawdudi (1903-1979) h

Lunch Break : 12:30-13:30

Session III-1: Communicating Knowledge and Ideas: Networks and Media : 13:30-15:30

Raja ADAL (Kyoto University)
gConstructing Transnational Islam: The East-West Network of Shakib Arslanh

Alexandre POPOVIC (EHESS/CNRS )
gMuslim Intellectuals in Bosnia-Herzegovina in the 20th Century: Continuities and Changesh

Coffee Break : 15:30-16:00

Session III-2: Communicating Knowledge and Ideas: Networks and Media : 16:00-18:00

NEJIMA Susumu (National Museum of Ethnology)
gNGO as a Form of Islamic Reform: the Ismaili Imamat and Jamaath

Dale F. EICKELMAN (Dartmouth College)
gClash of Cultures? Muslim Religious Intellectuals and Their Publicsh

Concluding Remarks

Note: This program is subject to change.