The Center of Study for Mediterranean Dialogue has announced its Granada Summer School for June 2020, under the title “Critical Muslim Struggles: Decolonial Struggles and Liberation Theologies”.
Its main goals are threefold: provide a historical understanding of the Western colonization of Islam and destruction of Islamic Civilization; provide conceptual understanding of the key concepts and responses over time of critical Islamic thought to Western colonial expansion to produce new visions of the economy authority, gender, subjectivity, and ecology; and to offer a prospective orientation to all participants on the development of their critical studies.
The Center of Study for Mediterranean Dialogue, affiliated with the Center of Study and Investigation for Decolonial Dialogue, is a non-profit and non-governmental organization promoting research, knowledge, education and public policy towards intercultural dialogues. The objective of the Center is to promote intercultural dialogues toward the goals of peace, human understanding, and solidarity in the world beyond the corporate logic of profits, the regulatory/military logic of states and the epistemic logic of fundamentalisms of any kind including Eurocentric fundamentalism.
Dates: 15-19 June, 2020
Place: Granada, Spain
SECOND ROUND DEADLINE: March 15, 2020
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