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2015年10月30日 (金)

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The Fourth International Symposium of Inter-Asia Research Networks
Comparative Study of the Waqf from the East: Dynamism of Norm and Practices in Religious and Familial Donations

December 5-6 (Sat. & Sun.), 2015
Pre-registration Required Entry Free of Charge *Seating capacity is about 50. We will stop accepting registration once all the places are taken. Registration is required by e-mail of Fax to the address at the end.

The Toyo Bunko, Research Library for Asian studies in Tokyo, has been conducting a comparative study of waqf endowment, in collaboration with the CNRS International Research Group, TELEMME-MMSH, Aix-Marseille University (headed by Professor Randi Deguilhem) for five years since 2011, holding the workshops in Aix-en-Provence, Tunis, Birzeit/Palestine and Mascara/Algeria. We will hold an international symposium on this subject in Tokyo on December 5-6 2015 in order to clarify the socio-economic role of the waqf donation by cross-area comparisons among the waqf in the Middle East, Central Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia and similar endowments in China and Japan. Our goal is to find and locate both regional features and historical changes of the waqf and similar donations within the sweep of human history, based on a common definition of the waqf below, by analyzing historical materials of each region from comparative perspectives on the topics such as purpose, management, profit and its distribution, transformation and abuse, etc., and searching for dynamism of the waqf and similar donations and their potential in the contemporary world. Definition of the waqf for comparison: irrevocable property donation to distribute the profit to the donor’s family or other beneficiaries as well as for a charitable/philanthropic purpose, by creating a management body independent from the donor and the State.

Organizer: MIURA Toru (Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Professor, Ochanomizu University)

December 5, 2015 (Sat.)
13:00-13:10 HAMASHITATakeshi (Research Department Head, Toyo Bunko) Opening Address

13:10-13:25 MIURA Toru Keynote Speech

Session 1: Benefit Moderator: OKAWARA Tomoki (Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Associate Professor, Graduate School of International Cultural Studies, Tohoku University)

13:30-14:10 KONDO Nobuaki (Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Professor, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA), Tokyo University of Foreign Studies) “State and Shrine in Iran: Waqf Administration of the Shah ‘Abd al-‘Azim Shrine under the Qajars”

14:10-14:50 Musa SROOR (Director of History and Archaeology Department, Director of Master Program in Muslim and Arab History, Professor, Birzeit University) “The Waqf and Building the Cities: The Old City of Jerusalem as a Case Study” (Break: 10 minutes)

15:00-15:40 ISOGAI Kenichi (Research Fellow, Toyo Bunko; Professor, Faculty of International Liberal Arts, Otemon Gakuin University) “Waqf as a Sustainer of Educational Activity: A Sixteenth Century Waqf for a Bukharan Madrasa”

15:40-16:20 Ouddène BOUGHOUFALA (Professor, Humanities Department, Mascara University) “Women’s Waqf and their Social Role in Ottoman Algeria” (Break: 10 minutes)

16:30-17:00 Discussion

December 6, 2015 (Sun.)

Session 2: Networks Moderator: Stefan KNOST (Lecturer, University of Halle-Wittenberg)

9:30-10:10 Joseph P. McDERMOTT (Fellow of St John’s College and Emeritus Reader of Chinese History, Cambridge) “Village Institutions: Their Development and Potential in China during the Ming and Qing Dynasties”

10:10-10:50 TAKAHASHI Kazuki (Professor, Musashi University) “Land Donation in Medieval Japan and its Social Function” (Break: 10 minutes)

11:00-11:40 KHOO Salma Nasution (Author, Areca Books, Penang, Malaysia) “Waqf and Social Patronage among Tamil Muslim Diaspora in the Straits Settlements of Penang”

11:40-12:20 Nacereddine SAIDOUNI (Professor Emeritus, University of Algiers) “The Awqâf of Maghrebis in Cairo and Jerusalem: Spiritual Links, Cultural Exchanges, and Economic Necessities (Through a Sample of Maghrebis’ Waqfiyât in al-Azhar and al-Aqsa Mosques)”

12:20-12:40 Discussion

(Lunch Time: 1 hour)

Session 3: Transition Moderator: Randi DEGUILHEM (Professor, CNRS, TELEMME-MMSH/AMU, Aix-en-Provence)
13:40-14:20 Saiyid Zaheer Husain JAFRI (Professor of Medieval Indian History, Department of History Faculty of Social Sciences, Delhi University) “Familial Grants and Making of a Waqf: A Case Study of Khanqah-e Karimia, Salon (in Northern India) from Mughal to the Modern Times AD.1679-1953”

14:20-15:00 Randi DEGUILHEM (Professor, CNRS, TELEMME-MMSH/AMU, Aix-en-Provence, Director of GDRI CNRS International Research Network on Waqf and codirector of IISMM-EHESS seminar on waqf) “Colonial States Claiming Waqf, A Transregional Approach: From the French and British Near East to British India”

(Break: 10 minutes)

15:10-15:50 Tunku Alina ALIAS (Adjunct Professor, University of Miami Law School; Adjunct Research Fellow, International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF) KL) “The Spread of Waqfs following British Colonial Trade in the Indian Ocean: A Comparison with the Atlantic Trade”

15:50-16:20 Discussion
(Break: 10 minutes)

Closing Session:
16:30-16:45 Discussant Jean-Pierre DEDIEU (Senior Researcher (emeritus) CNRS, Framespa, Toulouse/IAO (Lyon)

16:45-17:15 General Discussion

17:15-17:20 Randi DEGUILHEM Concluding Remarks

Location: 2nd Floor, Lecture Room, Toyo Bunko For more information: Toyo Bunko 2-28-21 Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo

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