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Workshop “Academic Islamic Studies in the Russian Federation: Current State and Perspectives” Print E-mail


“Academic Islamic Studies
in the Russian Federation:
Current State and Perspectives”

St. Petersburg, Russia

June 27, 2019, Thursday

Institute of Oriental Manuscripts, Russian Academy of Sciences
St. Petersburg, Dvortsovaia Naberezhnaia, 18, Green Hall

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10:00 –11:00 Opening Ceremony

Opening Speech: Irina F. Popova, Director, Institute of Oriental Manuscripts, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation

Opening Speech: Halit Eren, Director General, Research Centre for Islamic History, Art and Culture, Organisation of Islamic Cooperation

Greetings: Mikhail B. Piotrovsky, Academician, General Director, the State Hermitage Museum, Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation; Dean, Oriental Faculty, St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation

Greetings: Stanislav M. Prozorov, Head of Research, Leading Researcher, Institute of Oriental Manuscripts, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation

Exhibition of the Handwritten Copies of the Holy Coran

11:00 –13:30 Morning Session

Moderator Stanislav M. Prozorov

Stanislav M. Prozorov. The Origins, Problems and Tasks of Russian Academic Islamic Studies

Alikber K. Alikberov. Academic Islamic Studies in the Context of Enlightenment and Islamic Education in Contemporary Russia

Leonid R. Siukiyainen. Studying Islamic Law in Russian Oriental Studies: Current State and Prospects

Ashirbek K. Muminov. The Importance of the Funds of Eastern Manuscripts and Archives of the Russian Federation for the Study of Traditional Islam in the CIS Countries (Case of Kazakhstan)

Vladimir O. Bobrovnikov. Dagestani Historiography of a Long Islamization in the Caucasus: Sources and Approaches

Damir A. Shavagiev. Ibn Taymiya in the Works by Tatar Islamic Scholars in the 19th – Early 20th Centuries

Andrey A. Lukashev. Actual Research Directions in the Field of Islamic Philosophy in Russia

Andrey A. Lukashev. Presentation of the Projects and Publications of Ibn Sina Foundation

14:00 – 15:00 Lunch at The Dom Uchionykh

15:00 – 17:30 Afternoon Session

Shamil Sh. Shikhaliev. Muslim Reformism in Dagestan in the Late Imperial and Early Soviet Periods (1900–1930); Presentation of the Report Materials (in slides)

Ilshat R. Nasyrov. Abu Hamid al-Ghazali (died in 1111) in the Russian Islamic Studies

Pavel V. Basharin. Early Sufism in Russian Islamic Studies and the Prospects for Studying It

Konstantin S. Vasiltsov. “Silk-i Gauharriz” as a Source for the Study of Islam in Badakhshan

Magomed G. Shehmagomedov; Vladimir O. Bobrovnikov. Fiqh and ‘Adat in the Dagestani School of Islamic Studies: The Source Investigation

Vladimir A. Drozdov. Mystical Love in Medieval Persian Writings

Alexey A. Khismatulin. Methods in the Identification of a Number of Medieval Fakes Attributed to Imam al-Ghazali

Daria V. Ulanova. Family Law in the Ottoman Empire in the 16th–17th Centuries (on the Base of Handwritten Sources)

17:30 Coffee Break, room 146

18:00 Closing Session, Room 146

Certificate Award Ceremony 

On the Work for the Preparation the Issue Seven of the Encyclopaedic Lexicon “Islam in the Territories of the Former Russian Empire”

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