MONDAY, MAY 27

TUESDAY, MAY 28

WEDNESDAY, MAY 29

8.30-10.00 Registration
9.00-10.00 Private meeting between the Rector of the Jagiellonian University, Prof. Dr. Wojciech Nowak, with His Excellency the Minister of Awqaf Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salmi and his delegation in the office of the rector.
10.00-10.45 The opening session
Prof. Dr. Barbara Michalak-Pikulska – The Director of the Institute of Oriental Studies
Prof. Dr. Wojciech Nowak – His Excllence Rector of the Jagiellonian University
Dr. Al-Salimi Abdarrahman
Mr. Adam Kulach – His Excellency the Ambassador-Head of the Delegation of the European Union in Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
Archbishop Tadeusz Pieronek Prof. Dr.
Dr. Urszula Lewicka – the daughter of Professor Tadeusz Lewicki
10.45 -11.00 Coffee break

SESSION 1

The Formation Period And The Early Development Of Ibadi Jurisprudence

Chair: Josef van Ess

11.00-11.30 Wilferd Madelung: Aqwal Qatada, the Shu’aybiyya and the Nukkar
11.30-12.00 John Wilkinson: Contextualizing the Development of Ibadi Fiqh
12.00-12.30 Farhat Jaabiri: Rasa’il Jabir b. Zayd from a Jurisprudence Perspective

SESSION I (continued)
Chair: Jerzy Zdanowski

14.30-15.00 Ridwan Al-Sayid: Origins of Ibadi Legal Thought between Theology and Jurisprudence
15.00-15.30 Hossein Modarressi: Common Ibadi / Shi’ite Legacy in Imam Nur al-Din Al-Salimi’s Ma’arij Al-Amal
15.30-16.00 Adam Gaiser: Takfir Re-examined: Ambiguity and Polemic in the Sources on the Muhakkima
16.00-16.30 Ersilia Francesca: Early Ibadi Law
17.00-17.30 Coffee Break

SESSION 2

Regional Developments

17.30-18.00 Mustapha Badjou: The Concept of Ijtihad According to the Ibadi School of Jurisprudence
18.00-18.30 Cyrille Aillet and Mohamed Hassen: The Legal Responsa Attributed to the Third Imam of Tahert, Aflah b. Abd al-Wahhab (208-56/823-72) and the Early Ibadi Jurisprudence in North Africa
18.30-19.00 Latifa Guendouz: The Ibadiyya Doctrine in North Africa: Example of the Rustamid State
19.00-19.30 Leonard Chiarelli: Ibadi Communities in Muslim Sicily
19.30-20.00 Discussion
20.00 Dinner


SESSION 2 (continued)

Part II: Oman and Central Asia

Chair: Ersilia Francesca

9.00-9.30
Yohei Kondo: The Development of Ibadi Jurisprudence in Oman from the Third/Ninth to the Fourth/Tenth Centuries. A Preliminary Study on Some Marriage Issues
9.30-10.00
Usmanov Ibrokhim Sabirovich: The Representation of Ibadis in Scholarly Works from Mawerannahr
 

SESSION 3

The Ibadi Jurisprudence And The Theological Discourse

Chair: Stefan Schreiner

10.45-11.15
Abdarrahman Al-Salimi: On the Emergence of Ibadi Theo-Jurisprudence
11.15-11.45
Mohammed Ech-Cheikh: Theology and Jurisprudence in Medieval Ibadi Thought (Al-Warjilani)
11.45-12.15
Angeliki Ziaka: The Roots of the Usul Al-Fiqh in the Ibadi Madhhab. A Comparison Between Abu Said Al-Kudami and Ibn Baraka
12.15-12.45
Muhammad Kamal Imam: Ibadism and Maqasid Sharia
 

SESSION 4

Ibadi Case Law

Chair: Mathias Rohe

14.45-15.15
Roswitha Badry: A Matter of Limited Female Agency: Oman’s Personal Status Law and Ibadi Jurisprudence on khul’ and Other Forms of Divorce Initiated and/or Approved by Women
15.15-15.45
Agostino Cilardo: The Ibadi Law of Inheritance
16.30-17.00
Danylo Radivilov: The Early Omani Siyar. Sin and Repentance in the Ibadi Legal Theory
17.00-17.30
Douglas Leonard: A Basis for Oman’s Religious Tolerance: A Review of the Late 19th and Early 20th Century Ibadi Jurisprudence of Nur al-Din al-Salmi from Oman and Mohammed Atfayish from North Africa Regarding Coexistence with Jews and Christians.
17.30-18.00
Stefan Schreiner: Jewish Law in Ibadi Context. The Case of Levirate
18.00-18.30
Discussion
19.30
Dinner


 

SESSION 4

Ibadi Case Law (continued) – Ibadi Law In Contemporary Time

Chair: Heinz Gaube

9.00-9.30
Ahmed Abou-El-Wafa: Ibadi Jurisprudence and the Law of the Sea
9.30-10.00
Mathias Rohe: Water and the Law in Oman
10.00-10.30
Michael Jansen: Ibadi Architectural Law
11.30-12.00
Yahya Misho: Ibadi Jurisprudence on Urbanism and Architecture. Al-Furstai’s Kitab al-Aradiyn
12.00-12.30
Amal Ghazal: Ibadi Jurisprudence: Responses to Modernity
12.30-13.00
Valerie Hoffman: Ibadi Scholars on Association and Dissociation, from the Tenth to the Twenty First Century
 

SESSION 5

Ibadi Madhhab And The Sunni And Shiite Schools

Chair: Hossein Modarressi

15.00-15.30
Okilov Saidmukhtor Saidakbarovich: The Sunni Creed and Ibadi Teaching: Differences and Similarities
15.30-16.00
Miklos Muranyi: Malikism and Ibadism. Notes on Some Hitherto Unknown Manuscripts
16.00-16.30
Sagdiev Khabibullo Yodgorovich: The Theological Views of the Hanafi Scholar Abujafar al-Tahawi in Comparison with Ibadi Teachings
16.30-17.00
Discussion
17.00-17.30
Coffee Break
 

SESSION 6

Law And Poetry

Chair: Barbara Michalak-Pikulska

17.30-18.00
Hilal Al-Hajri: The Modernity of Our Ancestors: Penetrating Taboos in Classic Omani Poetry
18.00-18.30
Muhsin Al-Kindi: The Composition of the Ibadi Legal Poets
18.30-19.30
Discussion – Concluding Remarks and Conclusion
20.00
Dinner

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Scientific Committee

  • Abdulrahman Al Salmi, Sultanate of Oman
  • Adam Gaiser, Florida University
  • Angeliki Ziaka, Aristotle University
  • Ersilia Francesca, University Orientale
  • Valerie Hoffman, Illinois Urbana-Champaign University
  • Yohei Kondo,Tokyo University

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