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Daily ‘sharing circles’ provide the opportunity to share and question feelings.The participant and partner(s) pick a time and decide what they want to do with the energy that is released when making love.A provisional program will be available by the beginning of February., a temporary Temple of Love that functions as a community centre.In Medieval Islamic imagery the ‘religious other’, either boy or girl, has a prominent place in erotic poetry and love romances.The theme went through significant reshaping in the early modern period, when the confrontation between the Ottomans and Europe opened wide spaces for uncertain identities across contested frontiers.From Wednesday 22 until Friday 24 June 2016, LUCIS organises in cooperation with the University of Naples ‘L’Orientale’ and the University of Salento an international conference entitled: Interfaith Love: Love, Sex and Marriage in the Islamicate World from the Middle Ages to the Present.Interfaith love is a compelling topic in societies where faith is a decisive mark of identity, and culture is continuously shaped by interreligious coexistence and conflicts.
Focal points are safety and connection with our human sexuality, and all that is expected of the participants is that they go on a personal authentic journey of discovery.To apply for participation, applications have to be sent to [email protected] This application includes the following: - a title and an abstract of 300 words (max.) of your presentation - a short biography of 50 words (max.) Deadline for application: Tuesday, 15 December 2015, 24.00 hrs (CET).For more information please contact: Rosita D’Amora ([email protected]) and Asghar Seyed-Gohrab (A. Applications that will reach us after this date will not be taken into consideration.- Why is the beloved in Islamic mystical-erotic poetry often of a different faith?Rosita D’Amora (University of Salento) Turkish Studies Petra de Bruijn (Leiden University) Turkish Studies Samuela Pagani (University of Salento) Arabic Studies Monica Ruocco (Università L’Orientale of Naples) Arabic Studies Asghar Seyed-Gohrab (Leiden University) Persian Studies Scholars, Ph D candidates and advanced MA students doing research related to the subject of Interfaith Love are invited to apply for participation.