The fifth Nordic Conference on Middle Eastern studies
The Middle East: Interpreting the past
Lund, 25-28 October 2001
- Bobbi S. Sayyid, "After Babel: Difference and indifference"
- Aziz Azmeh, "Islam and the history of civilization"
Uses and images of history
The interpretation of early Islamic history
Arabic/Islamic nahda discourses
State power, political movements and elites
Political developments and culture
Interpreting Islam today
Religious movements and development
Aspects of minority status
Film, media and interpreting the past
Teaching Middle Eastern languages - past and present
- Faruk Abu-Chacra, Helsinki: 'Problems with using Arabic grammatical terminology in English and some other European languages'
- Michael G. Carter, Oslo: 'The Andalusian grammarians, are they different?'
- June Dahy, Copenhagen: 'Communication in Arabic: an integrated MSA course in media, literature and field work'
- Gabriella Husaini, Stockholm: 'Tense and aspect in modern Arabic prose - the non-native reader's dilemma'
- Helle Lykke Nielsen, Odense: 'ArabVISL: Arabic grammar on the Internet'
- Ulla Prien, Copenhagen: 'Communication in Arabic: an integrated MSA course in media, literature and field work'
- Haseeb Shehadeh, Helsinki: 'Arabic in Finland'
- Unni Kjus Aahlin, Oslo: 'Promoting National Identity: A Challenge To Palestinian Education'
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