Les cahiers de l'Islam

Mercredi 1 Octobre 2014

Universités & instituts

Center for Interdisciplinary Study of Monotheistic Religions (CISMOR), Doshisha University (Japan)
Le Centre pour l'étude interdisciplinaire des religions monothéistes (CISMOR) de l' Université Doshisha a été créé en 2003, à peu près au même moment l'école de l'université de théologie a été choisie comme centre du 21ème siècle d'excellence (COE), programme du ministère de l'Éducation, de la Culture, Sports, des Sciences et de la Technologie (MEXT). Merci à l'appui et l'aide des nombreuses personnes et organisations à l'intérieur et à l'extérieur du Japon, nous avons été en mesure de mener des recherches interdisciplinaires sur les trois religions monothéistes nées au Moyen-Orient à savoir le judaïsme, le christianisme et l'islam et leurs mondes.
Center for International and Regional Studies (CIRS), Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar
Guided by the principles of academic excellence, forward vision, and community engagement, the Center for International and Regional Studies' (CIRS) mission revolves around five principal goals:

To provide a forum for scholarship and research on international and regional affairs
To encourage in-depth examination and exchange of ideas
To foster thoughtful dialogue among students, scholars and practitioners of international affairs
To facilitate the free flow of ideas and knowledge through publishing the products of its research, sponsoring conferences and seminars, and holding workshops designed to explore the complexities of the twenty-first century
To engage in outreach activities with a wide range of local, regional and international partners.
Center for Islamic and Middle East Studies (University of Oslo),
University of Oslo/Faculty of Humanities/Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages/Center for Islamic and Middle East Studies

The Centre for Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies is an interdisciplinary research centre that aims to promote understanding of key developments within the Middle East and the Islamic world through a range of academic approaches.
Center for Islamic Studies at the Graduate Theological Union
With the academic and religious resources to offer a distinctively inter-religious and interdisciplinary approach, the Graduate Theological Union (GTU) founded the Center for Islamic Studies (CIS) in 2007. The center is building an academic platform to help scholars and students of many faiths learn about the richness of Islam and the diversity of Muslims, and emphasizes study and dialogue among contemporary Jewish, Christian, and Muslim communities.
Center of Islamic Studies (University of Cambridge)
The Centre of Islamic Studies at the University of Cambridge aims to promote a constructive and critical understanding of the role of Islam and Muslims in wider society, with a focus on the UK and Europe. We aspire, through world-class research and dynamic public education, to disseminate knowledge and facilitate informed discussion between academics, policy-makers, the media, the public, business, the third sector and other institutions with an interest in Islam in the contemporary world.

The Centre of Islamic Studies is part of the University of Cambridge and is supported by a generous donation from the Alwaleed Bin Talal Foundations.
Center of Middle Eastern Studies (University of Berkeley)
The CMES is recognized as one of the country's most important sources of information on the Arab states, Iran, Israel, Turkey, and the greater Islamic World.

The CMES promotes the interdisciplinary study of the Middle East on the University of California, Berkeley, campus and beyond, while privileging no single country, topic, or political position. From colloquia and conferences, to grant and research programs, to lecture and film series, we organize a wide variety of academic opportunities and extracurricular activities. Feel free to explore our website and join our mailing list for the latest updates on events and programs.
Centre Civique d’Étude du Fait Religieux (CCEFR)
Le Centre Civique d’Étude du Fait Religieux (CCEFR) est né de la volonté de donner à chacun les outils indispensables pour connaître et comprendre les faits religieux, en tant que réalités sociales ancrées dans l’histoire de l’humanité. Créé en 2003 à l’initiative de Mohammed Arkoun, professeur émérite d’histoire de la pensée islamique décédé le 14 septembre 2010, et de Jean-Pierre Brard, alors député-maire de Montreuil (93), il se situe dans une perspective de laïcité garante du vivre ensemble (cf. conférence inaugurale le 6 février 2003).
Centre d’étude des religions de l’UFR-CRAC (Université Gaston Berger)
A travers le contenu des religions antiques et traditionnelles, le Judaïsme, l’Islam et le Christianisme, le CER entend fournir à l’étudiant venant des autres sections de l’UFR-CRAC et d’ailleurs, le sens de ce qui existe, y compris de nos propres choix et de nos actions en matière de religion. Une place importante est accordée à ce qui est inclus dans les idées de Religion antique, Religion traditionnelle, Judaïsme, Christianisme et Islam. Autres thématiques privilégiées : l’évolution des religions, le dialogue interreligieux, la religion et le monde moderne
Centre d'Etudes Interdisciplinaires des Faits Religieux (CEIFR, EHESS, CNRS)
Créé à l'EHESS en juillet 1993, et constitué en Unité de Recherche au CNRS à partir du ler janvier 1994, le Centre d'Etudes Interdisciplinaires des Faits Religieux réunit sociologues, historiens, anthropologues et philosophes.
Centre interdisciplinaire d'études de l'Islam dans le monde  (CISMOC. Université de Louvain)
Le but du CISMOC est de promouvoir les activités de recherche sur l'islam contemporain à l'UCL, en valorisant, en s'appuyant et en faisant converger les ressources existantes, disséminées dans plusieurs départements et disciplines et en lien et en réseau avec d’autres centres de recherche belges, européens travaillant dans des perspectives semblables.

Centre of Islamic Studies, SOAS  (University of London)
SOAS, Université de Londres, est le seul établissement d'enseignement supérieur en Europe spécialisé dans l'étude de l'Asie, l'Afrique et le Proche et Moyen-Orient.

The Centre of Islamic Studies, SOAS was established in 1995, and aims to promote scholarship and research in all areas of Islamic Studies, past and present. The study of the Qur’an and Hadith from the Arabic texts, and the analysis and translation of Islamic texts from Arabic into English form the core activities of the Centre.

The Centre also deals with Islamic thought in European, African and Asian languages and promotes the study of Islamic culture and relations between Muslims and the wider world.
Chair of Muslim Cultural & Religious History (University of Erfurt)
Within the realm of the humanities, Islamic Studies at the University of Erfurt is an interdisciplinary oriented subject that particularly addresses the social history of Muslim cultures by means of multifaceted research. It thus exceeds the traditionally dominant historical-comparative and philological approaches of related disciplines and institutes in Germany. Our two foci, Muslim cultures in Europe and in South Asia, complete this unique profile. The numerous fascinating research and dissertation projects of our staff members, Ph.D. candidates, and co-operation partners are further evidence of that
College of arts & sciences arabic for non-native speakers program (Qatar University)
Mission

To provide instruction and opportunities to learn Arabic for non-native speakers from diverse linguistic, religious and national backgrounds at Qatar University.

History, evolution and objectives:

The program was founded as an academic unit within the Arabic Language Department by University regulation 7, enacted by the University President in 1986. The program has since served over 600 students representing more than 50 nationalities. Beginning in the Academic Year 2006-07, the program has operated as its own Department, independent of the Arabic Language Department, and has developed its own mission, vision, and objectives as follows:

To contribute to the continuing dialogue between nations and world cultures and foster tolerance and open interaction among them.
To promote the Arabic language and to provide students with opportunities to learn about the role of Arabic in human history and the development of modern society.
Departement of Middle Eastern Studies (The University of Texas au Austin)
While housed in the Department of Middle Eastern Studies, Islamic Studies is envisioned as a multi-disciplinary and multi-regional field of study. Therefore, the program allows students the flexibility to choose from a broad selection of courses related to Islam and Muslim societies offered in a variety of other departments as well, such as African and African-American Studies, Asian Studies, History, Sociology, Anthropology and Art History, taught in rotation by approximately twenty faculty across the University.
 Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies (University of Sydney)
The Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies at the University of Sydney has an established program which offers a well-integrated curriculum at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, combining units of study on Arabic language and literature (ARBC) with units on Islam and the societies, cultures and politics of the modern Arab world and the Middle East (ARIS).

Whether you are interested in learning Arabic for basic communication skills, or in order to use it effectively in business, education, law, health, media, translation or community work, we have appropriate Arabic courses for beginners as well as for post-HSC Arabic students. Any student can take units on the Arab world, Islam and the Middle East (tuition in these ARIS units is conducted in English). Combining ARBC and ARIS units will give students a strong foundation of expert knowledge of the language, history, politics, society and culture of the Arab world and Islam, and of the Middle East as an important region in the modern world.
Department of Classical and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations (The George Washington University)
The Department of Classical and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations is devoted to providing students with a unique learning experience. Offering Greek, Latin, Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, and Turkish, as well as courses in ancient history and civilizations and the modern Middle East, our department prides itself on a unique configuration and blend of professors focused on both research and teaching. We are the only department in the United States that has two professors who have won the national "Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award" from the Archaeological Institute of America (Cline in 2005 and Friedland in 2012). We are also one of the few, if not the only, department in the United States to offer both a major in Classical Studies and a major in Arabic Studies.
Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures (NELC) at Indiana University, Bloomington
Our distinguished and world-renowned faculty teach diverse courses on the languages, literatures, religions, history, and cultures of the Arab world and the Middle East. Many of our undergraduate majors go on to pursue graduate degrees in Middle Eastern studies and related fields or obtain professional degrees in law and business, among other areas of specialization. Graduates of the masters and doctoral programs enter careers in academia, foreign service, public and business administration.

The signature strengths of the department remain in the classical and medieval periods of Islam—in classical Arabic literature and language, Islamic studies, philosophical and religious thought, and intellectual history. The thriving Arabic language program with its focus on modern standard Arabic and courses offered in the department on the history and politics of the modern Middle East add a vital and critical modern dimension to the traditional departmental areas of strength.
Department of Near Eastern Studies (Princeton University)
The Department of Near Eastern Studies has been a leader in the study of the Middle East since 1927 when it was founded as the Department of Oriental Languages and Literatures. While traditionally the strength of the department has been in the medieval and pre-modern studies of the geographical area that includes the Arab lands, Iran, Israel, and Turkey, greater emphasis has been given more recently to the modern Muslim world in its entirety, including the Caucasus, Central Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. This development recognizes the many interconnections of the Muslim ecumene and enables NES to offer its students an interdisciplinary program of studies that breaks out of the artificial constraints imposed by the traditional geographical focus.
Ecole de Management de Strasbourg (Finance islamique)
L'Ecole de Management de Strasbourg propose un diplôme de finance islamique (Executive MBA Finance Islamique), une formation de niveau BAC+5 qui aborde le droit musulman et les techniques bancaires et financières islamiques, dans le but de former notamment de futurs gestionnaires de fonds musulmans.
Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS)

Enseignements ayant le mot-clé « Religieux (sciences sociales du) » en 2013-2014.

Ecole pratique des hautes étude (EPHE) Master SHPR-EEMA: Islamologie et mondes musulmans, histoire et étude des textes
La Spécialité Islamologie et Mondes Musulmans vise à donner aux étudiants un enseignement de haut niveau tant pour ce qui concerne l’islam lui-même - théologie, droit, mystique et philosophie, mais aussi exégèse coranique et hadith – que pour l’histoire des sociétés – les Ayyubides et les Ottomans -, du livre arabe et de l’architecture.
Fondation Ostad Elahi – éthique et solidarité humaine
La Fondation Ostad Elahi organise de nombreux programmes : colloques, séminaires, groupes de réflexion, projets de recherche, modules d’enseignement, publications, etc. Elle sollicite les ressources de la philosophie, de la psychologie, de la sociologie, de l’histoire comparée des religions et de la mystique, du droit, des sciences de l’éducation mais aussi des sciences cognitives et de la médecine.
Formation sur le dialogue interreligieux (Institut Catholique de Paris)
Le Cycle C du Theologicum de l'Institut Catholique de Paris propose en soirées 14 heures de cours sur le dialogue inter-religieux, les mercredis à 20h30, assurés par des enseignants de l'ISTR (Institut de Science et de Théologie des Religions), à partir du 3 février 2010.

Se mettre à l’écoute des autres religions est une urgence dans ce monde plurireligieux qui est le nôtre. Par une première rencontre de l’Islam et du Bouddhisme, nous ferons l’expérience de l’entrée dans l’étrangeté et du très différent comme une épreuve et une chance. Ayant vécu la difficulté de le comprendre, nous commencerons à découvrir l’importance d’une théologie du dialogue.

Les cours sont ouverts à tous.
Graduate Programs in Middle East and Islamic Studies (The American University of Paris)
Today, countries of the Middle East and the Islamic world are powerful, active actors on the international stage. Since 2009, the Middle East and Muslim North Africa have undergone unexpected and dramatic changes with varying consequences. These multidimensional changes are ongoing, placing the Middle East and the Muslim world in a new, urgent, and international context.
The goal of our five programs focused on the Middle East and Islamic World is to train well-grounded, well-versed, and well-informed international citizens. Students learn to understand and analyze the region’s long complex past and rapidly changing present. Our programs seek to rise above stereotypes, remain unimpeded by political correctness (or incorrectness), and offer in-depth knowledge from a variety of perspectives.
Histoire/Arabe/Islamologie (Université Paris-Sorbonne)
Les étudiants suivent les enseignements fondamentaux et méthodologiques des deux disciplines, à savoir :

en arabe :

- Langue et traduction
- Grammaire, linguistique et dialectologie
- Littérature classique et moderne
- islamologie et pensée islamique classique et moderne
- langue de presse

en histoire :

- Histoire ancienne et médiévale
- Histoire moderne et contemporaine
- Méthodologie et techniques annexes

Le cursus permet de valider (en arabe) le stage annuel du DEAC (Le Caire, sur concours). La convention passée avec l’Institut Français du Proche-Orient (Damas) permet, sur concours, d’obtenir la gratuité des études après obtention de la licence, parallèlement à une inscription en Master. Des séjours dans les universités européennes sont également possibles dans le cadre du programme Erasmus (recrutement sur dossier).
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