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The School of Sociology aims to train future social analysts in sociological reasoning to address the needs of social life, business, politics, public administration, and the media. To this end, the school works to develop a close link between education and research, as well as application-oriented education, internationalization of research and education, and close networks with major employers on the labour market.
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The workshop aimed to bring together post-Soviet, European and Turkish Muslim experiences of home, mobility and translocality to explore commonalities and differences between these regions through the lens of space and belonging. By drawing comparisons, the workshop also interrogated current theoretical and methodological approaches to the study of Muslim identities.
The workshop participants took part in a guided excursion to the Moscow Cathedral Mosque and an evening of lectures “Urban Muslim Space. An Anthropological View” was also organised at the educational center of the Garage Museum.
Lili Di Puppo (HSE University)
Dmitry Oparin (HSE University; Moscow State University)
Marie-Laure Boursin (Aix en Provence University)
Iwona Kaliszewska (University of Warsaw)
Dmitry Oparin (HSE University)
Katarzyna Puzon (Humboldt University)
Eva Rogaar (Illinois University)
Jesko Schmoller (Perm State University / Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient, Berlin)
Manja Stephan-Emmrich (Humboldt University)
Fabio Vicini (Istanbul 29 Mayis University / School of Religious Studies, McGill University)
Jeremy F. Walton (Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity)
The workshop programme is available here.