Enstitümüz 28 Ekim (saat 13'ten itibaren) Pazartesi günü ve 29 ekim 2019 Salı günü kapalıdır.
The Sacred Patrimony of Sufism: Architecture, Objects and Symbols from Maghreb to China
Organized by Alexandre Papas (CNRS/Cetobac), Thierry Zarcone (CNRS/Gsrl)
The goal of the editors is three fold. First, we hope to examine in the most comprehensive manner possible the items of the material patrimony of Sufism. While a few prior studies have dealt with this or that element individually, there is simply no publication that would bring them together under the same cover. Second, in order to avoid both prescriptive and reductionist approaches, which tend to consider Sufi material culture as a superficial if not charlatan aspect of “the authentic” Sufism, we will strive to understand the materiality of spirituality and the spirituality of materiality, that is, correspondences between the outer and inner dimensions of Islamic mystical traditions. Lastly, we wish to start a dialogue between two research domains, namely material and symbolic history, on the one hand, and the Islamic art history, on the other. In a sense, our proposed volume will serve as a continuation of the seminal, though now seriously out-dated, study of the Ottoman dervish culture published by John P. Brown in 1868 under the title The Dervishes, or Oriental Spiritualism, as well as of the more recent pioneering works by Juergen Frembgen, Kleidung und Ausrüstung islamischer Gottsucher. Ein Beitrag zur materiellen Kultur der Derwischwesens (Wiesbaden, 2000), and Ekrem Işın’s Hoş gör yâ hû. Osmanlı kültüründe mistik semboller nesneler (Istanbul, 1999).Tarihi & Saat: 17/10/2019 09:30
Son kayıt Tarihi: 16/10/2019
Kayıtlar 16 Ekim günü saat 12'de kapanacaktır
Élise Massicard (CNRS-CERI), Gouverner par la proximité (Karthala, 2019) kitap tanıtımı.
Son kayıt Tarihi: 29/10/2019
Kayıtlar 30 Ekim günü saat 12'de kapanacaktır
Orients Stratégiques n°9
Sous la direction de Jean Marcou
GÉOPOLITIQUE, RELATIONS INTERNATIONALES, DIPLOMATIE Turquie