This page gives you the detail of CISMOR lectures. We report on the past public lectures to return the results of our research to society.
As for closed meetings or workshops, click here for more information. At the international workshop, a specific theme is discussed and studied in-depth with invited researchers from all over the world. Through these workshops, we hope to form a global network of researchers for the interdisciplinary study of monotheistic religions.
||The World Jewish International Migration System, 1880-2014||Prof. Uzi Rebhun
Professor of Israel Diaspora Relations, Department of the Jewish People, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
||Oman’s Message of Islam: Tolerance, Understanding and Coexistence||【Guest】
Dr. Mohammad Al- Mamari, Adviser to the Minister of Awqaf and Religious Affairs, Sultanate of Oman
Katsuhiro Kohara, Professor of School of Theology, Director of CISMOR, Doshisha University
||Islam and the State Regulation of Halal Market||- Johan FISCHER, Associate Professor, Roskilde University (RUC), Denmark
- Florence BERGEAUD-BLACKLER, Research Fellow, IDEMEC (Institute of Mediterranean, European and Comparative Ethnology), CNRS, France
||Appreciating Dan Brown’s Latest Novel, Inferno: From the Perspective of Art History and Religious Studies||―Anna Takeshita Ruggeri, Associate Professor of Faculty of Foreign Studies, Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
―Katsuhiro Kohara, Professor of School of Theology, Director of CISMOR, Doshisha University
||Negative views of the Jews in the Japanese newspapers during World War II||Prof. Masanori Miyazawa (Prof. Emeritus, Doshisha Women’s College)|