组织一个关于中国穆斯林的会议最早是由中国兰州大学民族学系教授及伦敦经济学院人类学系访问学者 Wenjiong Yang 教授建议的。LSE全球中国比较研究会 (CCPN) 的召集人常向群博士通过增加地理区域去包括欧洲，及用相互作用，适应和整合的聚焦主题来扩大这个。我们希望从论坛中产生一个中国和穆斯林移民如何融入英国和欧洲社会的比较研究。这个活动是由中国兰州大学民族学院人类学系支持。它是由CCPN与人类学系组织, 杨Wenjiong讲授和常向群博士主持。
9:30-9:35 王斯福教授: 欢迎
9:35-9:50 Wlodzimierz Cieciura博士: 中国穆斯林或穆斯林华人: Yin Boqing 和 Jin Jitang 的著作中对穆斯林社区的两个相互冲突的看法的争论。
9:50-10:05 Xilong Wang: 转变中的中国的一个中亚穆斯林家族 -- Mahadumu Azamu 后代的历史记忆的一个个案研究 [ppt]
10:05-10:20 Amier Saidula先生: 延续与转变 -- 中国新疆Tajiks 的宗教传统
10:20-10:35 Li Jie 博士: 1949年后宝安穆斯林少数民族在中国的地理分布和人口的变化 [ppt]
主席: Charles Stafford 教授
11:25-11:40 赵Lisheng教授: 权力的关系和繁殖 -- 从社会学的角度看回民穆斯林Jamaat组织中选举的成员 [ppt]
11:40-11:55 Ablimit Baki先生: 中国新疆Kashgar的穆斯林维族农民的社会网络的特征 [ppt]
11:55-12:10 严Lijuan教授: 教育赋权和撒拉族穆斯林少数民族农村妇女的发展 - 中国青海省循化撒拉族自治县的一个案例研究 -- [ppt]
12:10-12:25 Mamtimyn Sunuodula 教授: 维族外语教育 -- 机会或挑战?
主席: Martha Mundy 教授
14:00-14:30 Tariq Ramadan 教授: 穆斯林在欧洲的挑战和未来
14:30-15:00 Xiaowei Zang 教授: 在乌鲁木齐就学中的维汉差异
15:00-15:30 Muhammad Abdul Bar 博士: 英国穆斯林社区中的世代与文化鸿沟 [ppt]
15:30-15:50 杨Wenjiong教授: 创造性与发展: 在中国的穆斯林 -- 从历史和人类学的角度看回族穆斯林的一个研究个案
16:45-17:00 Tim Parsons 先生: 超越东方传统 -- 西方社会的伊斯兰的将来; 融入, 接受和一个新的社会和解 [文章择要]
17:00-17:15 H. A. Hellyer 博士: 寻找文化条件, 就是在中国: 英国穆斯林的融入原则 [文章择要]]
17:15-17:30 Sara Silvestri 博士: 对穆斯林的公共政策和f欧洲的 '温和穆斯林'的制度化 [ppt]
主席: Xilong Wang 教授
17:55-18:10 Chai Bin 博士: 二次大战后欧洲穆斯林社会组织发展的一个研究
18:10-18:25 Wu Mu 教授: 中国东乡穆斯林少数民族的一个研究 [ppt]
18:25-18:40 Ross Anthony 先生: 尽管是政府 -- 新疆维吾尔自治区的汉族/穆斯林关系 [ppt]
19:05-19:10 Martha Mundy教授: 结语 (1)
19:10-19:15 常向群博士: 结语 (2)
地址: 36 Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 7PB (4 minutes walk - click HERE to download a map with directions)
(1) Due to practical concerns the length of the event is reduced from two days (5-6 July) to one day (6 July), therefore, the programme is very full. We will have to maintain very strict time discipline to allow everyone their 15 minute (or in some cases 30 minute) slots.
(2) Please all the speakers send your ppt to us by 2nd July because there will be no time to set up at the forum. It will also allow us to post material online for all the participants to download before hand in order to make notes - please let us know if you DON'T want your ppt available online.
(3) There are four Chinese Professors who can't speak English; their paper summaries will be read by an interpreter with text in ppt. Please check the programme and download their summaries if you like.
(4) Please note the programme adds a 5 minutes group photo taking session (16:25-30) so please be quick to get in the right position for this.
(5) Please also note there are three sessions in the afternoon. There will be a tea break after the first session, but only Q&A between the second and third shorter sessions.
(6) The programme is very full and weather is hot so please bring your own bottle of water if you need.
(7) This Forum provides two teas, lunch and dinner for all the speakers and participants (44 people so for - all inclusive), please confirm if you DON'T want to any of these by 12:00 noon on 1st July (Thursday) before we make bookings.
(8) In order to simplify matters lunch would be assorted vegetarian sandwich platter and a bottle of water.
(9) For those speakers who come from outside London please tell us exactly the cost of your train tickets in advance, so your can get the reimbursement when hand in your receipts of purchase (not the tickets) at registration.
(10) Finally, if you would like to be involved in preparation of the project 'a comparative study on how Chinese and Muslim immigrants integrated into the British and European societies' please send your proposal (one page) to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31st July 2010
Tariq Ramadan 教授的网址: http://www.tariqramadan.com/An-International-Forum-Interaction.html
地点: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
讲者: Tariq Ramadan 教授
主持: Paul Kelly 教授
在这个公开演讲中, 哲学家和伊斯兰学者Tariq Ramadan将会谈到他的新书对意义的追求, 而他会邀请读者与他一起进入一个宗教,世俗和本土精神传统的深海洋的旅程去探索最最迫切的当代问题。 Along the way, Ramadan interrogates the concepts that frame current debates including: faith and reason, emotions and spirituality, tradition and modernity, freedom, equality, universality, and civilization. He acknowledges the greatest flashpoints and attempts to bridge divergent paths to a common ground between these religious and intellectual traditions. He calls urgently for a deep and meaningful dialogue that leads us to go beyond tolerant co-existence to mutual respect and enrichment. See more from LSE Weblisting...
英国伦敦政经学院人类学系 Stephan Feuchtwang 教授
英国伦敦政经学院人类学系 Charles Stafford 教授
中国兰州大学民族学系 Xilong Wang 教授
Xilong Wang教授, 中国兰州大学民族学院
Lisheng Zhao教授, 中国兰州大学民族学院
Lijuan Yan教授, 中国兰州大学民族学院
Wu Mu教授, 中国兰州大学民族学院
Wenjiong Yang教授, 中国兰州大学民族学院
Li Jie博士, 中国兰州大学民族学院
Dr. Chai Bin, Visiting Scholar, Department of History, Oxford University; School of History and Culture, Lanzhou University, China
Dr. Wlodzimierz Cieciura, Faculty of Philosophy and History, University of Lodz, Poland
Professor Tariq Ramadan, Contemporary Islamic Studies at Oxford University, UK
Dr Sara Silvestri, City University, London; University of Cambridge, UK
Mr Ross Anthony, Dept. of Anthropology in University of Cambridge, UK
Professor Xiaowei Zang, School of East Asian Studies, University of Sheffield, UK
Dr. H. A. Hellyer, Fellow, Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations, University of Warwick, UK
Mr. Ablimit Baki, School of Languages, Linguistics and Cultures, University of Manchester, UK
Mr. Mamtimyn Sunuodula, Durham University Library, UK
Mr. Amier Saidula, Institute of Ismaili Studies, London, UK
Dr. Muhammad Abdul Bari, the Muslim Council of British, UK
Mr. Tim Parsons, Race and Diversity Unit in City of London Police, UK
Hu Long教授, 甘肃省少数民族古籍及记录收藏和研究学院
Hongye Liu教授, 中国西北民族大学
Dr. Zhang Rong, Department of History, Northwest Normal University, China
Dr. Xu Yan, visiting scholar of Oxford University; the School of Ethnology, Central University for Nationalities, China
Dr Ping Lin, Dept of Political Science, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan
Professor Wang Wei, Faculty of Economics, Kagawa University, Japan
Ms Lucia Pinterova, Slovak Embassy in London, Slovoak
Mr Aikebaierjiang Tuerxun, Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, Ferrand, France
Mr Bechir Nefzi, PhD student in the Jean Moulin University, Lyon, France
Mr Rémi Prébot, student of the Ecole Centrale Paris, France
Mr Christoph Giesen, a journalist of the German weekly Die Zeit, Germany
Miss Letizia Riccardi, the Universita degli Studi di Milano, Italy
Dr. Allen Lai, Business School, University of Oxford, UK
Mr Mark Baker, St Antony's College, Oxford, UK
Mr. Patrik Meyer, PhD Candidate, Robinson College, Cambridge University, UK
Ms Ashlea Cliff, MA Student of International Security, Sussex University, UK
Miss Fernande Pool, MSc student of Social Anthropology, LSE, UK
Mr Emile Dirks, Department of Anthropology, LSE, UK
Miss Kerstin, S.Klein, Department of Sociology, LSE, UK
Mr Jianfen Tian, LSE Library, UK
Mr. Mark Logan, LSE MSc Comparative Politics (Asia), UK
Ms. Zehra S. Tan, PGT: Methodology Institute, LSE, UK
Miss Sarah Iqbal, MSc Political Theory, LSE, UK
Miss Fei Yan, Ph.D student in Institute of Education, University of London, UK
Miss. Henrietta Egerton, graduated in Chinese and History, SOAS, UK
Dr. Mustafa, Senior Reservoir Engineer, Sasol Petroleum International, London, UK
Mr Peter Adams, Interfaith & Intercultural Relations, Churches Together in Luton & Luton Council of Faiths, UK
Mr. Athar Yawar, PhD candidate, University College London, UK
Miss Muyun Yin, Kings College, University of London, UK
Mr Bo Cong, Kings College, University of London, UK
Mr Memet Tursun Zunun, Uyghur Language Studies, UK
Mr Bilal Raxman, University of East London, UK
Ms Manisha Bhikha, Senior Policy Officer, work with Muslim communities at Camden Council, London, UK
Ms Sumayah Ebsworth, author of a novel about Muslim students from different cultures living in London, UK
In responding to the CCPN's 'Call for Participants' for the forum, below are people who expressed interest, but will be unable to participate in it. We, therefore, provide the relevant references here to share. We also listed contributions from our speakers and participants, and will add further reference material whenever this is received.
John R. Bowen教授是Dunbar-Van Cleve Professor in Arts & Sciences, Sociocultural Anthropology at Washington University in St. Louis, and Leverhulme Visiting Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the LSE. He gave the 3rd Leverhulme lecture on the 4th May 2010 at LSE, entitled 'Islam, secularisms and law across Europe and North America'.
Maria Jaschok 博士, International Gender Studies Centre, Director QEH, Dept of International Development, University of Oxford. She is undertaken a 5-year Research Programme Consortium 'Women's Empowerment in Muslim Contexts' (WEMC), funded by the British Government's Department of International Development (DFID). See more: http://users.ox.ac.uk/~qehwemc/. At the movement she is co-organising with Beijing Foreign Studies University & Freie Universität Berlin, a conference "ChineseWomen Organizing: Looking Back, Looking Forward", on 4-7 July at Beijing.
Andrew Fischer 博士, Senior Lecturer in Population and Social Policy, International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam (ISS), The Netherlands. He work on Tibetan-Muslim relations in China, see: http://www.iss.nl/iss/profile/AA5776. At the movement he is organising a panel on Tibetan-Muslim relations in China at the next International Association of Tibet Studies conference in 15-21 August in University of British Columbia. Of the numerous panels at this conference, the one that would interest this will be gathering at LSE: 'Tibetan–Muslim Relations in Amdo Past and Present'. Andrew will present paper: 'Reflections on Tibetan-Muslim conflict in Amdo as Polanyian double movement'.
Abe W Ata 博士, Senior Associate Fellow, Australian Catholic University, Australia. He is author of the book Us and Them: Muslim Christian relations and social harmony in Australia, the Australian Academic Press. The publication has been recommended as a reference to all NSW and South Australian government and private schools, and is being nominated for the Prime Minister's Book Award in 2010. See: http://www.australianacademicpress.com.au/Publications/Books/4-921513190.html
Christian Tyler 先生, author of Wild West China, The Taming of Xinjiang (a political history of Xinjiang), UK. See: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Wild-West-China-Taming-Xinjiang/dp/0719557356
Qiangqiang Luo 先生, Lecturer of Faculty of Political and Legal Sciences, Ningxia University; PhD candidate, School of Ethnology and Sociology, the Central University for Nationality, China. He submitted a paper in Chinese with English abstract: Ningxia University Positive significance of the Islamic ideal in building a harmonious society -- On the harmonious development of Islam and truth, goodness and beauty.
Sara Silvestri 博士, 伦敦城市大学国际政治讲师 (国际关系中的宗教, 穆斯林在欧洲, 政治的穆斯林); 剑桥大学St Edmund 学院全球正义项目主管'。 Her presentation is based on a book chapter is from the book Muslims in 21st century Europe, edited by A.Triandafyllidou, Routledge, 2010. Her work on EUROPE'S MUSLIM WOMEN can be downloaded: http://www.kbs-frb.be/publication.aspx?id=241206&LangType=1033
H. A. Hellyer 博士, 英国华威大学民族关系研究中心研究员。他是[穆斯林在欧洲: '另类' 欧洲人], 爱丁堡大学出版社, 2009年10月. 看: http://www.euppublishing.com/book/9780748639489?template=reviews
Patrik Meyer先生, PhD Candidate, Concentration: Muslim-Government relations, Politics and International Studies; Robinson College, Cambridge University, UK. He offered an abstract for reference: Governing Muslim Minorities as Security Threats: The Cases of China's Uyghur, Hui, and Kazakh.
Mark Baker 先生, MPhil candidate in Modern Chinese Studies, St Antony's College, Oxford, UK. He offered an abstract for reference: Muslim Education, Politics and the Construction of the Local State in Qinghai, 1932-1949. His primary research interest is Republican history, with a specific focus on the Muslim minorities of northwest China. He researched educational change in Qinghai, looking especially at a network of reformed schools for Chinese-speaking Muslims in the 1930s and 1940s. He hopes to expand this research at the doctoral level, moving beyond education to build a more rounded picture of Sino-Muslim society and politics in Qinghai, including religious reform movements, state-building and changing identities. He plans to trace the impact of interaction with China, the West and the Islamic World.
Aikebaierjiang Tuerxun 先生, was a researcher, Faculty for Social Science, Xinjiang University, Master student at Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, Ferrand, France. He offered abstract for reference, A Forgotten Muslim Minority in Chinas: The Uyghur Muslims and the Devastating Religious Repression. He also offered two books and a numbers of articles.
Xu Yan 博士, visiting scholar of Oxford University; School of Ethnology, Central University for Nationalities, China. He offered an abstract for reference: The Cultural Barrier: Maternity Health and Care Needs of Muslim Women in Rural Area of China.
Sumayah Ebsworth 小姐, 一个皈依穆斯林，是少数中的少数的一部分。She has an interest in the many different cultures which make up the Ummah and would like to know more about Islam in China. She has just finished a novel about Muslim students from different cultures living in London. Her purpose of writing the novel is like building bridges to spread her knowledge on Muslim with others. Click HERE for the Extract One and Two.
Due to submitted abstracts in different formats and forms we hyperlinked them under titles of speakers (or participants) and after the names of speakers (or participants). You can download them by clicking each link, or click HERE for one single file.
国际论坛: 交往，适应与整合--中国和欧洲的穆斯林少数民族, 2010年7月6日
Wenjiong Yang 教授在Martha Mundy教授主持的一个分组发表演讲