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husdlogo   Tadabbur al-Qur’an
Contemplating the Qur’an

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March 25-26, 2013 Event

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Contemplating the Qur'an Conference Opening and Panel 1

HUSD Contemplating the Qur'an Panel 2


Contemplating the Qur'an 2 Day Conference - Panel 3


HUSD Contemplating the Qur'an Panel 4

HUSD Contemplating the Qur'an 2 Day Conference - Panel 6

HUSD Contemplating the Qur'an Panel 7


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Photos by Jordane Frazier, Howard University.

Please read the follow on story by
Jessica Brockington
Office of University Communications >>>

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A versatile group filled the Howard University School of Divinity's Howard Thurman Chapel to listen to Faraz Sheikh of St. Joseph as well as other presenters talk about the different teachings of the Qur'an.
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A narrator introduces the first presenter of panel three, independent scholar, Tariq Hamid. Independent scholar, Tariq Hamid, discusses friendship myths between christians, jews, and muslims with the audience during the third panel discussion of the day.

 
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A visitor for the International Institute of Islamic Thought takes notes as independent scholar Tariq Hamid talks about friendship myths between christians, jews, and muslims during the third panel discussion of the day. Visitors of George Mason University, Georgetown University, and the International Institute of Islamic Thought listen to Faraz Sheikh present about "Conceptual Reading of the Qur'an: Forgetting Identity and Cultivating a 'Learning Subjectivity' for Re-imagining 'Faith' (not interfaith) Relations."

 
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Faraz Sheikh of St. Joseph's University speaks to the audience in the Howard University School of Divinity's Howard Thurman Chapel about having learning subjectivity when reading the Qur'an. A visitor from the International Institute of Islamic Thought takes notes during the third panel of the two-day Conference on Islamic teachings while listening to Faraz Sheikh of St. Joseph's University's presentation.

 
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Faraz Sheikh of St. Joseph's University speaks to the audience in the Howard University School of Divinity's Howard Thurman Chapel about having learning subjectivity when reading the Qur'an. Independent Scholar, Tariq Hamid, prepares the podium for his presentation entitled "Christians, Jews, Muslims: Friends or Foes? What the Qur'an says" during day one of the two-day conference on Islamic Teachings in the School of Divinity's Howard Thurman Chapel.

 
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The Howard University School of Divinity, in conduction with George Mason University, Georgetown University and the International Institute of Islamic Thought, hosted a two-day conference entitled "Contemplating the Qur'an" in the Howard Thurman Chapel. Participants of the "Qur'anic Engagement with Jews and Christians and their Narratives" panel chat in the Howard University School of Divinity Howard Thurman Chapel before the discussion begins during the two-day Conference on Islamic thinking.

 
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Independent Scholar, Tariq Hamid goes over his presentation notes with a panel narrator for the two-day Conference on Islamic Teaching. Presenters, Tariq Hamid, Catherine Bronson, and Younsus Mirza gather at the presenters' table at the front of the Howard Thurman Chapel awaiting the third panel of the day.

 
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Visitors of George Mason University, Georgetown University, and the International Institute of Islamic Thought gather in the Howard University School of Divinity Howard Thurman Chapel awaiting panel discussion three of the the two-day conference on Islamic teaching. Presenters, Tariq Hamid,Faraz Sheikh, and Younsus Mirza gather at the presenters' table at the front of the Howard Thurman Chapel waiting to present during the third panel of the day.
   
   
   
   



 
 
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