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2017年3月 5日 (日)

講演会「モンゴル以降のイスラーム世界史研究への新視点」

3月26日(日曜日)の午後、同志社大学今出川校地において、

New Perspectives on the Study of the Post-Mongol Islamic Worldと題する公開講演会を行います。
講演者は、ボアジチ大学のデリン・テルズィオウル博士、および、ボン大学のユ
ーディット・ファイファー博士とイルケル・エヴリム・ビンバシュ博士です。

使用言語は英語で、会場、日時、演題などの詳細は以下の通りです。
事前登録などは必要ありませんので、ふるってご参加ください。

New Perspectives on the Study of the Post-Mongol Islamic World

Date and Time: March 26 (Sun) 13:30-18:00
Venue: Room K24, Kouhu-Kan(弘風館) Bldg., Imadegawa Campus, Doshisha
University

13:30-13:40 Opening Remarks
13:40-14:55 Derin Terzioğlu (Boğaziçi University/ Freie Universität
Berlin): ‘The Child is the Secret of his Father’: Ottoman Perspectives
on Children and Childrearing in the Early Modern Era.
15:10-16:25 Judith Pfeiffer (The University of Bonn): Rashīd al-Dīn in
the Eye of the Beholder: Why Reception History Matters.
16:40-17:55 İlker Evrim Binbaş (The University of Bonn): Sovereignty and
Myth: The Use and Abuse of the Concept of Legitimation in the Study of
Early Modern Islamic History.
17:55-18:00 Closing Remarks

Contact Person: Teruaki Moriyama (temoriya[at]mail.doshisha.ac.jp)
The event is free of charge and open to the public. No registration
required.

Co-sponsored by School of Theology, Doshisha University; JSPS Kakenhi, “
Kingship and Legitimacy of Islamic Dynasties: Focusing on the Early
Modern Empires” (15H01895); JSPS Kakenhi, “Formation of Modern Society
in the Ottoman Empire, 17th to 19th Centuries” (26284106); Institute for
Advanced Studies on Asia, The University of Tokyo (Tobunken Symposium);
Japan Office, Association for the Study of Persianate Societies (Gilas
Seminar).

Abstracts
‘The Child is the Secret of his Father’: Ottoman Perspectives on
Children and Childrearing in the Early Modern Era
Derin Terzioğlu (Boğaziçi University/ Freie Universität Berlin)
What did it mean to be a child living in the Ottoman realms during the
sixteenth, seventeenth or eighteenth centuries? Sadly, we might never be
able to recover the voices of children who lived in this bygone society,
but we are fortunate to have at hand a variety of sources that give us
important insights into the material and social environments in which
children lived, and the attitudes that adults, especially learned, urban,
male adults had towards children and child-raising. My paper will
examine what Ottoman literati had to say about children and child-
raising in a number of different genres of religious and moral advice,
written between the fifteenth and eighteenth centuries. It will be shown
that while Ottoman writers’ views about children and child-raising were
clearly indebted to medieval Islamic (and indirectly, Hellenistic)
literature, they also responded to the changing social practices around
them.

Rashīd al-Dīn in the Eye of the Beholder: Why Reception History Matters
Judith Pfeiffer (The University of Bonn)
Based on a set of unpublished sources that are found in international
manuscript libraries, this lecture is devoted to Rashīd al-Dīn and his
works. It adopts a holistic view on Rashīd al-Dīn’s oeuvre, and focuses
on its reception during the subsequent centuries, which has so far
received a somewhat lopsided attention. The lecture combines big-picture
questions on how early modern intellectual currents were forged with the
detailed study of some of the extant manuscripts of Rashīd al-Dīn’s
works, reflecting on the contribution of Rashīd al-Dīn and comparable
scholars to the cultural, intellectual, and political transformations of
the Nile-to-Oxus region during the post-Mongol period. This paper argues
that there existed a distinct early modern textual scholarship on Rashīd
al-Dīn’s historical and theoretical works.

Sovereignty and Myth: The Use and Abuse of the Concept of Legitimation
in the Study of Early Modern Islamic History
İlker Evrim Binbaş (The University of Bonn)
The concept of dynastic legitimation, according to which pre-modern
dynasties used various discursive strategies to legitimize their rule in
the eyes of their subjects, is arguably the most commonly deployed
statement to explain myths of sovereignty in Islamic history. Although
this idea has its own merits especially at the initial stages of a
research project, it fails to explain the existence of competing myths
of sovereignty in a given historical context. By relying on various
literary, genealogical, and historiographical material from the late
fifteenth and the sixteenth century Timurid, Turkmen, and Ottoman
empires, I will argue in my presentation that the myths of sovereignty
were in fact carefully codified constitutional paradigms, the nature of
whose contents can be understood only through specific contextual
analyses.

なお、関連するワークショップなどが東京でも予定されております。
東京でのイベントについては、以下のURLをご参照ください。
http://www.ioc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/news/news.php?id=FriFeb171905422017
http://www.ioc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/news/upimg2009/news170322_program.pdf

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