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Summer School: Granada Critical Muslim Studies Summer School, 23 May-3 June 2016


The Center for the Study of Intercultural Dialogues (Granada, Spain)
is now accepting applications for the 2016 two-weeks summer institute
entitled Critical Muslim Studies: Decolonial Struggles, Theology of
Liberation and Islamic Revival (all in ENGLISH language). The summer
institute is open to advanced undergraduates, graduate students,
post-doctoral fellows, junior faculty as well as professionals and
activists interested in any aspect of Critical Muslim Studies. This
seminar is open to both Muslims and non-Muslims.

Critical Muslim Studies:
Decolonial Struggles, Theology of Liberation and Islamic Revival
Granada, Spain - From Monday May 23 to Sunday June 3, 2016
http://www.dialogoglobal.com/granada

Application Deadline: February 5, 2016

The international Summer School, Critical Muslim Studies: Decolonial
Struggles and Liberation Theologies, is an intensive seminar composed
of several courses (all of them held in English language) that aims at
opening the space for the analysis and investigation of Islam not only
as a spiritual tradition, but also as an epistemic decolonial
perspective that offers contributions and responses to the problems
that humanity faces today. This becomes even more relevant with the
rise of the Arab revolutions, the processes towards the formation of
an Islamic Theology of Liberation and the ongoing inter-religious
dialogues across the world. The Summer School is held in Granada, one
of the major centers of Al-Andalus (Islamic Spain). This course is
offered through the Center for the Study of Mediterranean Dialogues in
Spain, in collaboration with the Ethnic Studies Program at the
University of California, Berkeley. The seminar will be held in the
Carmen de la Victoria of the University of Granada.

Faculty and Affiliated Faculty include internationally recognized
Islamic Studies and Ethnic Studies scholars such as:

Iman Zaid Shakir - Salman Sayyid - Tariq Ramadan - Asma Lamrabet -
Hatem Bazian - Ramon Grosfoguel - Arzu Merali - Asma Barlas - Houria
Bouteldja - Santiago Slabodsky - Farid Esack - Nelson Maldonado-Torres
- Ella Shohat - Samia Bano - Nadia Fadil - Abdennur Prado - Sirin
Adlbi Sibai - Muhktar Ali - Munir Jiwa - Thomas Reifer - Enrique
Dussel

The course is offered in English.

Deadline for Applications: February 5, 2016 Webpage for the online
application form:
http://www.dialogoglobal.com/granada/application.php

Costs for the May 23rd to June 3rd, 2016 intensive seminar:
* 1st Option: Tuition + Shared Room: EUR1,600 (no food)
* 2nd Option: Tuition Only: EUR1,300

Location: Granada, Spain (Al-Andalus)

You can check the web page below for more information, and please, do
forward this message widely to potentially interested people and
networks.
http://www.dialogoglobal.com/granada

You can also write to the following email address if you have any
question: CIT@dialogoglobal.com