Panel Bloc B

August 15, 2012 in Allgemein by admin

B.1. Islamic Finance and Islamic Economics  (2)

Chair: Heiko Schuß (Erlangen)

-       Osman Sacarcelik (Münster): Ṣukūk – A Legal Analysis under German Law

-          Martin Heckel (Leipzig): Islamic Finance aus zivilrechtlicher Sicht

-         Heiko Schuß (Erlangen): The Consequences of the Global Financial Crisis for Islamic Finance

B.2. Sociopolitical Transformation in view of Web 2.0 Communication

Chair: Thomas Demmelhuber (Hildesheim) / Georg Glasze (Erlangen)

-          Christian Wolff (Erlangen): De-Formalise the Public Sphere – Articulation, Aggregation, Disemination and Cohesion within the Context of Web 2.0

-          Christian Bittner (Erlangen): New maps by new mappers – internet cartography in the Middle East Conflict

-          Solomiya Zinko (Odessa): Evolution of Hacktivism: The Case of the Syrian Electronic Army

 

B.3. “Citizenship is the Solution”: Is it the Upshot of the Arabic Spring?” (1 Block)

Chair: Hala Kindelberger (Potsdam)

-       David Warren (Manchester): The Constitution of Medina as an Emerging Model of Citizenship: The Contribution of Yusuf al-Qaradawi & the School of the Middle Way

-       Hala Kindelberger (Potsdam): Citizenship in the Gulf States, Citizens or Subjects? Exemplification of Bahrain and Kuwait

-       Jens Kutscher (Erlangen): Arab-Islamic Interpretations of Citizenship according to Contemporary Muslim Scholars

B.4. Aufbruch der Zivilgesellschaft in der Türkei

Chair: Gül Şen (Bonn)

-       Gül Şen (Bonn): Handlungsfeld Menschenrechte: politische Partizipation von Menschenrechtsinitiativen

-       Elife Biçer-Deveci (Bern): Zivilgesellschaft historisieren: Die Osmanisch-Türkische Frauenbewegung im frühen 20. Jahrhundert

-       Tanja Scheiterbauer (Bochum): Zivilgesellschaft, Gender und Religion in der Türkei – Das Beispiel der islamischen Frauenbewegung

 

B.5. Arab Youth from Engagement to Inclusion  (2)

Chair: Oliver Schlumberger (Tübingen)

-       Saloua Zerhouni / Amani El Naggare: Youth in Morocco: Modes and Incentives of their Political Engangement

-       Kressen Thyen (Tübingen): Youth Protest in Morocco and Egypt: A New Impulse for Democracy Promotion?

 

B.6. Economic Developments in Egypt / Meeting of DAVO Working Group Economy           

Chair: Steffen Wippel (Berlin)

-       Markus Loewe (Bonn): Boosting the Private Sector: Which Factors Facilitate SME Upgrading in Egypt?

-       Osama El Ansary / Ahmed Samir (Cairo): Factors Affecting Consumers Intentions for Accepting Online Shopping

-       Meeting Working Group Economy