Islam in Europe: Challenges of Pluralism - Summer School

Muslims in Europe: Challenges of Pluralism
Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina, 7 – 21 August 2017

The programme is designed for European graduate students majoring in Islamic studies, humanities or social sciences and who are interested in developing their knowledge and expertise in the topics listed here. The programme will also provide an opportunity for participants to present and discuss their particular research in workshops. During the course of the programme, participants will complete a total of 80 hours of direct research and instruction and will receive a certificate of attendance from the organisers. The participants may gain 5 ECTS for the program from the Faculty of Islamic Studies in Sarajevo. In addition to Sarajevo, participants will visit Mostar and Srebrenica.
Food and accommodation for participants will be covered by the organizers. There is a limited number of scholarships available to cover travel expenses for the students who cannot find funding from other sources. Students should have their own health insurance coverage.
Attendance by Registration only. Places are limited. The program will be held in English. Those interested, and competent in English, should complete and submit the ONLINE APPLICATION FORM no later than 1 May 2017.
Tel. +387 33 716 042; Mobile: +387 61 330 035; Email: Ova adresa el. pošte je zaštićena od spambotova. Omogućite JavaScript da biste je vidjeli.


Dr. Jasser Auda
Dr. Jonathan Brown
Dr. Fikret Karčić
Dr. Jorgen S. Nielsen
Dr. Younus Mirza
Dr. Shuruq Naguib
Dr. Ziauddin Sardar
Dr. Ahmet Alibašić
Dr. Ermin Sinanović
Dr. Enes Karić


  Islam in Europe
  Approaching the Qur’an Today
  Qur’an and Gender
  Approaching the Sunnah Today
  Challenges for Islamic Law and Ethics in the West
  Research Methodology for Islamic Sciences and Studies
  Major Concepts in Contemporary Western and Islamic Thought
  Issues in Revival and Reform
  Crisis of Islamic Civilization
  Futures Studies in Postnormal Times
  Freedom of Religion or Belief

Organised by
IIIT London Office
Faculty of Islamic Studies, Sarajevo
Institute for Epistemological Studies Europe, Brussels and Centre for Advanced Studies, Sarajevo

In cooperation with The Fairfax Institute, USA