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Cesare Mirabelli

Professor (full) of Ecclesiastical Law at the University of Tor Vergata in Rome. He was magistrate, lawyer and President of the Constitutional Court of Italy.

Aminah Mohammad-Arif

She is CNRS research fellow in anthropology at the Centre for South Asian Studies (CEIAS), EHESS, Paris and the editor of The South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal. She is the author of Politique et religions en Asie du Sud (with Christophe Jaffrelot, Editions de l’EHESS, 2012)....

Khadija Mohsen-Finan

Mark Movsesian

Mark L. Movsesian is Frederick A. Whitney Professor of Contract Law and the Director of the Center for Law and Religion at Saint John’s University. He writes on law and religion, contracts and international law; his articles have appeared in the Harvard, North Carolina, and Washington& Lee Law Reviews, the Am...

Antonios Naguib

Antonios Naguib an Egyptian, was ordained a priest in 1960 and was appointed Bishop of Minya in 1977. He was elected Patriarch of Alexandria of the Copts on 30 March 2006 by the Synod of the Coptic Catholic Church and was confirmed on April, 7 by Pope Benedict. He is President of the Synod of the Coptic Church and of ...

Sohail Nakhooda

Sohail Nakhooda is Editor-in-Chief of Islamica Magazine. He studied Government at the London School of Economics and then went on to study Catholic theology at the St. Thomas Aquinas Pontifical University (Angelicum) in Rome, and Protestant theology at the University of Nottingham in the UK. He lives in Amman, Jordan....

Hisham Nashabe

Hisham Nashabe, a Lebanese, was elected the president of the Executive Council of the Arab League for Education, Culture and Science (ALECSO) in December 2002. Since 1974 he has been president of the Islamic philanthropic association Makassed. He is the author of numerous publications and has been awarded a number of p...

Michael Naughton

Michael Naughton is Director of the John A. Ryan Institute for Catholic Social Thought and professor of Catholic Social Tought at the Center for Catholic Studies at the University of St. Thomas, Minnesota. He is the author of many publications on the Church’s social doctrine and one of the coordinators of Vocation of t...

Hoda Nehmé

Hoda Nehmé is Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy and Humanities at the Université du Saint-Esprit of Kaslik (USEK) in  Lebanon. She is an expert of the Maronite Patriarchal Synod. She is the author of a large number of publications on modern and contemporary Arab thought.  ...

Ian Richard Netton

Professor Ian Richard Netton is Professor of Islamic Studies in the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies in the University of Exeter, UK. He is also a Consultor to the Commission for Religious Relations with Muslims of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue....

Paolo Nicelli

Jørgen S. Nielsen

After completing his PhD in Beirut he became Lecturer in Islamic Studies at Selly Oak Colleges and the University of Birmingham in 1978, and Professor of Islamic Studies at the University of Birmingham in 1996. In 2005 he moved to Damascus as director of the Danish Institute and Cultural Counsellor at the Danish Embass...

Guy-Paul Noujaim

H.E. Msgr. Guy-Paul Noujaim, a Lebanese, was ordained a priest in 1967. Since 1990 he has been titular Bishop of Caesarea of the Philippians and auxiliary Bishop of Antioch of the Maronites and Patriarchal Vicar for Sarba, one of the four vicariates that make up the Maronite Patriarchal Diocese. He is a member of the G...

David Novak

David Novak, born in 1941, is a scholar of Jewish philosophy, law (Halakha) and ethics. He has trained with Catholic moral theologians. Trained at Georgetown University, Novak has taught at the University of Virginia and currently teaches at the University of Toronto. Novak has contributed to Jewish ethics by advocati...

Kenza Omary

Kenza Omary is a Ph.D candidate at the IEP in Grenoble since 2012. She is a fellow of the Centre Jacques-Berque for Human and Social studies in Morocco.

John Onaiyekan

Cardinal John Olorunfemi Onaiyekan, Archbishop of Abuja, Nigeria, was born on 29 January 1944 in Kabba, Nigeria. In 1963 he entered Sts. Peter and Paul Major Seminary in Bodija. Two years later he moved to Rome to complete his studies at the Pontifical Urban College of Propaganda Fide, and in 1969 he was ordained pries...

Lorenzo Ornaghi

He has been rector of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart since 2002. He is also the head of the Advanced School for Economics and International Relations (ASERI) and is President of the Onlus Agency. He is editor of the journal of debate and culture Vita e Pensiero and is the author of numerous works on the co...

Adrian Pabst

Adrian Pabst is Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Kent. He is Member of the Centre for Critical Thought (CCT) and Associate Member of the Global Europe Centre (GEC). Among his publications: Metaphysics: The Creation of Hierarchy (2012). At present, he is writing The Post-liberal Alternative. Britain, Eur...

Andrea Pacini

Andrea Pacini was born in Portoferraio (Li) in 1963 and is now a priest of the Archdiocese of Turin. In addition, he is the Director of the Edoardo Agnelli Centre for Comparative Religious studies (Turin); a lecturer in eastern theology at the Faculty of Theology of Northern Italy-Turin Section; a lecturer in Christolo...

Yahya Sergio Yahe Pallavicini

Yahya Sergio Yahe Pallavicini is vice-president and imam of CO.RE.IS. (Islamic Religious Community) in Italy. He is the imam of the al-Wahid mosque in Milan. Since 2006 he has been an advisor to the Ministry of Interior in the Council for Italian Islam, and the President of the ISESCO Council for Education and Culture ...

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