CMES and the Initiative on Contemporary Islamic Societies are pleased to present a workshop organized by Cemal Kafadar, Vehbi Koç Professor of Turkish Studies, and ICIS program managers, Derya Honça and Emran Qureshi.
Read policy papers produced from the workshop presentations:
- Samina Ahmed, Project Director, South Asia, International Crisis Group, Islamabad: Pakistan: Ethnic and Religious Minorities and the Crisis of Governance
- Michael Semple, Research Fellow, Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, Harvard University: The Rise of the Hazaras and the Challenge of Pluralism in Afghanistan 1978-2011
- Azyumardi Azra, Professor of History, Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University, Jakarta: Policy Implications and Challenges for Majority-Minority Ethnic and Religious Accommodation in Indonesia
- Gerald Knaus, Chairman, European Stability Initiative, Istanbul: Secularism, Islam, and Turkey's Authoritarian Temptations
- Abdullahi Gallab, Assistant Professor of African and African American Studies, Arizona State University: When the Center Cannot Hold: Colonization, Religion, Violence and the Fate of the Sudan
- Mariz Tadros, Fellow, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex: When Justice Means Just Us: What Next for Egypt’s Escalating Sectarianism?
Contact: Derya Honça, 617-495-1923
Sponsor(s): The Henry Luce Foundation