Cilja Harders 2018: Understanding Egypt’s Postrevolutionary dynamics „from below“
News vom 18.12.2018
"This volume showcases a variety of innovative approaches to the study of Muslim societies and cultures, inspired by and honouring Gudrun Krämer and her role in transforming the landscape of Islamic Studies. With contributions from scholars from around the world, the articles cover an extraordinarily wide geographical scope across a broad timeline, with transdisciplinary perspectives and a historically informed focus on contemporary phenomena. The wide-ranging subjects covered include among others a “men in headscarves” campaign in Iran, an Islamic call-in radio programme in Mombassa, a refugee-related court case in Germany, the Arab revolutions and aftermath from various theoretical perspectives, Ottoman family photos, Qurʾān translation in South Asia, and words that can’t be read."
Die bei Brill erschienene Festschrift "Ways of Knowing Muslim Cultures and Societies - Studies in Honour of Gudrun Krämer". wurde am 14.12.2018 in einem Festakt von den Herausgeberinnen Dr. Bettina Gräf, Prof. Dr. Birgit Krawietz und Prof. Dr. Schirin Amir-Moazami an Prof. Dr. Dr. hc. Gudrun Krämer übergeben.
Cilja Harders 2018: Understanding Egypt’s Postrevolutionary dynamics „from below“, in: Gräf, Bettina, Krawietz, Birgit, Amir-Moazimi, Schirin (Hg.): Ways of Knowing Muslim Cultures and Societies: Studies in Honour of Gudrun Krämer. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers