The IIIT European Summer School Islam in Europe: Challenges of Pluralism offers unique tools to navigate our reality and world with its rapidly growing pluralistic scene. In order to successfully tackle the challenges in this context, the program offers academically rigorous and innovative analysis and solutions delivered by diverse and internationally acknowledged scholars and professors of exceptional faculty. The program 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 offered here.
IIIT European Summer School – Bosnia 2020
Islam in Europe: Challenges of Pluralism
10-26 August 2020
50 hours of effective instruction and research. Students will receive reading materials soon after the selection results’ announcement to read before the program starts. When the program starts, each of the eight major modules will be introduced consecutively by the respective instructor. The time will be left for participants between two modules to pan down their reflections. Eventually the topic of each module will be discussed in an online session. Final reflection papers will be evaluated after the end of the program. The best papers will be awarded. The program will be conducted over Zoom.
OPPORTUNITY FOR PARTICIPANTS
Presentation and discussion on particular research of participants in special online sessions.
THOSE INTERESTED, AND COMPETENT IN ENGLISH, SHOULD COMPLETE AND SUBMIT THE ONLINE APPLICATION FORM AT WWW.CNS.BA
Application deadline: 10 JULY 2020. Selection results: 17 July 2020.
Places are limited. Program language is English. For further information, please contact: TEL. +387 33 716 042 | MOBILE: +387 61 330 035 | EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
International Institute of Islamic Thought
Institute for Epistemological Studies Europe, Brussels
and Center for Advanced Studies, Sarajevo
IN COOPERATION WITH
The Fairfax Institute, USA
Certificate of attendance from the organisers, and limited number of prizes for the students presenting best reflection papers.