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New Perspectives on Romanization and Islamication, Hamburg 04/2020

De la introducción por parte de los organizadores: «Romanization and Islamication, meaning the “Roman way of life” and Islamic culture, are two processes that continue to shape society today: RomanIslam plans to investigate
the processes of cultural assimilation in the western Mediterranean, specifically on the Iberian Peninsula and in North Africa. These regions are ideal for  comparative research on empires because structurally speaking, they had comparable economic significance for the Roman and Islamic Empires respectively as well as many other features in common.
Prior to assimilation there with two distinct cultures, the Celtiberian and the Berber, that were only superficially influenced by Greek culture. The Roman and Islamic Empires introduced to these an Eastern Imperial or Middle Eastern religion of salvation (Christianity and Islam respectively) in the guise of state religion. This historical situation in the first millennium allows researchers to develop new models and theories in the field of transcultural studies and comparative empire studies.

Con ponencias (entre otras) de
Sebastian Schmidt-Hofner (Universität Tübingen), An Empire of the Best: Good Government and the Ideology of the Late Roman Aristocracy of Service
Abigail Balbale (New York University), al-Andalus 8th/21st c.: The Islamic Conquest in Contemporary Debate
Darío Bernal Casasola (Universidad de Cádiz), Late Roman Economy & Trade in Both Sides of the Strait of Gibraltar: Trends & Challenges
Chokri Touihri (Institut National du Patrimoine Tunis), The Africa – Ifriqiya Transition: Some Economic Effects of the Arab Conquest through Ceramic Studies
Ramzi Roughi (University of Southern California), Imperial Translations: The Berbers and the Questions of History
Maribel Fierro (CSIC Madrid), The Emergence of the Group of Religious Scholars in al-Andalus

 del 16 al 18 de abril de 2020 – ANULADO, POSTPUESTO al 15, 16 y 17 de abril de 2021

Organisación: Sabine Panzram – Stefan Heidemann (Universität Hamburg), RomanIslam – Center for Comparative Empire and Transcultural Studies
Lugar: Warburg-Haus, Heilwigstr. 116, 20249 Hamburg;  Universität Hamburg, Edmund-Siemers-Allee 1 West / R 221, 20146 Hamburg
Programa: RomanIslam, Kick-off 07.2020