ON THE THEME OF
THE RELIGION OF THE OTHER
THE MAGHREB REVIEW
Mansfield College, Oxford
6-8 July 2003
The proceedings were published in
Vol. 29, Nos. 1-4, 2004.
(NB: Dr Yasin Duttons paper listed below
was not submitted for publication).
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The 20th International Annual Conference of THE MAGHREB
REVIEW took place at Mansfield College, Oxford from 6-8 July 2003. The
main theme was The Religion of the Other and the following papers
were presented. The Conference was in Honour of Professor Mohamed Talbi.
Professor Mohamed El Mansour ( Université Mohammed
V Rabat) Maghrebi Islam Observed: Faith and Culture in Morocco.
Professor Allan Christelow (Idaho State University),
Bashir Ibrahimi and the Islamic encounter with European secular and
Professor Marco Impagliazzo, (Community of Saint' Egidio,
Rome), The Church in Algeria and the War of Independence.
Dr Yehoshua Frenkel, ( University of Haifa), Jewish-Islamic
Relations in Fez at the Turn of the 19th Century in the light of Juridical
Documents: Islamic Court Documents from the Asarraf Collection.
Professor John R Willis, ( Princeton University), Beasts,
Jinn and Angels: The 'Virtual World' of Ibn Khaldūn.
Professor Raymond P.Scheindlin, (Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, New York), Islamic Motifs in the Pilgrimage
Poetry of Judah Halevi.
Dr Fatima Harrack, ( Université Mohammed V,
Rabat), Shari'a and Tariqa in Ahmed B Twiyyar al-Janna's Fayd al-Mannan.
A Modern Formulation of an Old Debate in Islam.
Mr Ronald L. Nettler, (University of Oxford), Ibn
'Arabi's Discussion of Jonah's Wisdom in the Fusus al-Hikam.
Dr Yasin Dutton, (University of Edinburgh) Muslims
in Non-Muslim Countries: Some Considerations of Fiqh.
Dr Christopher Melchert (University of Oxford), The
Hanbali Madhhab and Non-Muslims.
Mr Zidane Khoulif, (Université de la Sorbonne
Nouvelle, Paris III), L'importance de "la Foi de l'Autre" dans la
pensée de Malek Bennabi.
Professor Josef Van Ess, (Eberhard-Karls-Universität
Tübingen), Tolerance and Pluralism in Classical Islam.
Dr Helena de Felipe, ( Instituto de Filologia, Madrid),
Islam in Spanish Colonial Literature.
Dr Beverly B.Mack, (University of Kansas), Muslim
Women Scholars in Maghrebi and Sub-Saharan African History: Morocco
and Northern Nigeria.
Mr. Ismael M.Montana, (York University, Toronto), Bori
and Religious Identity of the black Slave Community in the Regency of
Tunis, Circa 1813.
Ms Jean Boyd, (Penrith, Cumbria,UK), and Ms Mirjam
Lammers, (Islam en Burgerschap, The Hague), Anti Islamic Press Bias:
A Prime example from the Netherlands involving Contemporary Muslim Women
and a 19th Century West African Scholar.
Prof. Hanna E. Kassis, (The University of British Columbia,
Vancouver), A Thirteenth-Century Polemical Debate Between Ibn Rashīq
of Mursiyah and a Priest from Marrākush
David L. Johnston, Fuzzy reformist-Islamic borders:
Malek Bennabi and Rachid Ghannouchi on civilization
Bibliographie de M. Mohamed Talbi.