Summer School in Exeter: Uses of the Past in Islamic Legal Thought and Practice

.: June 25, 2018

The MEP is pleased to invite you to the summer school of the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom which will focus on "Uses of the Past in Islamic Legal Thought and Practice". This event will take place from July 7 2018 9:00 am until July 14 2018 5:00pm.

On the occasion of this summer school the University of Exeter opens its doors to all people interested in the subject. However, this event is initially addressed to the advanced doctoral students and early career researchers in the area of ​​Islamic Legal Studies. This summer school is held as part of the USPPIP.

USPPIP is a collaborative project of the universities Exeter, Bergen, Göttingen and Leiden. The project (running from 2016 to 2018) aims to explore how the past is employed in the field of violence, the state, gender and custom.

During this event there will be conferences, but also many debates and presentations. Thus, each participant can, if he wishes and if he is able to do so, try to advance the debate and the research by presenting his ideas, his theories.

The event will take place at the University of Exeter, Exeter EX4 4QD, United Kingdom, D line bus Pensylvannia (Knightley station).

Admission is free but the number of places is limited, so book. And the University of Exeter applies the principle of first come, first served. For reservations or more information about this summer school you have to call the university, +44 1392 661000, or go directly to it.

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