Between Tradition and Modernity: Reforming Islamic Thought through Structural Ijtihad

“Debating Reform in Islamic Thought” Conversation with Mohsen Kadivar

Debating Reform in Islamic Thought

Conversation with

Mohsen Kadivar

Friday,

April 25, 2014

1:00-4:00pm

De Certeau Room

Department of Literature

UCSD

1:00-1:10pm

Introduction

Babak Rahimi (UC San Diego)

1:10-1:45 pm

Mateo Farzaneh (Northeastern Illinois University)

“Placing Shi’ite Jurisprudence in Iranian Historiography”

1:45-2:15pm

Bahar Davary (University of San Diego)

“Egalitarian justice in lieu of deserts-based justice”

2:15-2:30pm

Coffee break

2:30-2:45pm

Introduction

Ali Gheissari (University of San Diego)

2:45-4:00pm

Mohsen Kadivar (Duke University)

“Between Tradition and Modernity: Reforming Islamic Thought through Structural Ijtihad

Sponsored: Program for the Study of Religion

Co-sponsored by Burke Lectureship and UCSD Center on Global Justice

Open to the public

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