• Conferences & Talks

    Mohammed Hashas talks at Ibn Rushd Fund for Freedom of Thought, “Contemporary Challenges for Pluralism in the Islamic Context,” Berlin, 30 January 2022

    Contemporary Challenges for Pluralism in the Islamic Context, Ibn Rushd Fund for Freedom of Thought, Prof. Mohammed Hashas Ibn Rushd Lectures, Contemporary Challenges for Pluralism in the Islamic Context, Prof. Mohammed Hashas The Ibn Rushd Fund for Freedom of Thought was founded on December 10th, 1998, in commemoration of the 800th anniversary of Ibn Rushd’s (Averroes’) death, and on the 50th anniversary of the declaration of Universal Human Rights. It is an independent organization registered in Germany. Its founding members are mainly of Arab origin who live in Germany. Meanwhile, the fund’s members and sponsors are spread all over Europe, the Arab countries and North America. The sphere of activity,…

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    Hashas talks to Islam in the 21st Century Conference at UNESCO Palace in Paris

    Mohammed Hashas talks to Islam in the 21st Century Conference at the UNESCO Palace in Paris, 17 February 2022 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1B2mJwyQyfshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpkPOEvRADU Talk’s title: Islam in the 21st Century: From Homo Moralis to Homo Ethics Mohammed Hashas’ talk is at minutes: 04:59:09-05:22:52.The talk was delivered in English, with simultaneous translation into French, which is the language of the video conference. Panel: Vivre l’Islam au XXIème siècle, une spiritualité renouvelée Mohammed HASHAS (membre du dépar- tement de sciences politiques de l’université Luiss de Rome; chercheur associé en islamologie au Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient à Berlin), «L’Islam, l’Homo Moralis, et le défi de la perte de contact avec le divin» Mattias ROSENFELDT (doctorant en théologie islamique et sociologie des religions…

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    Hashas Gives the 14th Annual Pieter Gillis Lecture at Antwerp University

    Hashas Gives the 14th Annual Pieter Gillis Lectures at the University of Antwerp on “European Islam” Centrum Pieter Gillis, Universiteit Antwerpen    Mohammed Hashas – European Islam: Possibilities and challenges Respondent Prof. em. Guy Vanheeswijck 22 November 2021 The first Pieter Gillis lecture was given in 2008 by the Israeli author Amos Oz. Since that time 12 more authors, academics and policy makers have delivered a lecture at the Centre Pieter Gillis. We are delighted to announce now the 14th Pieter Gillis which Dr. Mohammed Hashas will devote to the topic of a European Islam. Abstract:   This lecture introduces some main features of Islam’s inlandishness in Europe as well as the…

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    Islam on the Edges EP4 – Islamic Thought in Morocco: Philosophy and Muslim Feminism

    In this episode, “Islam on the Edges” travels to a traditional edge of the Muslim and Arab worlds, Morocco. Often overlooked in the study of Islam and Islamic thought, Moroccans see themselves as part of the larger Arab/Islamic world and consciousness. Due to its rich Islamic traditions and the encounter with the European colonizers and thought, the Moroccans have developed a strand of Islamic thought that is both thought-provoking and innovative. In the first part of this podcast, Islam on the Edges host Dr. Ermin Sinanovic talks with Dr. Mohammed Hashas about the emergence of modern and contemporary Islamic thought in Morocco throughout the twentieth century. Dr. Hashas does so…

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