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Massimo Borghesi

Massimo Borghesi is full professor of Moral Philosophy at the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy at the University of Perugia. He lectures on the History of atheism at the Pontifical University Urbaniana and is the author of books on secularisation and essays on the relationship between religion and interculturalism....

Maurice Borrmans

Maurice Borrmans was born in France and belongs to the Society of Missionaries of Africa (the White Fathers). He took his doctorate at the Sorbonne (Paris) and lived for twenty years in Algeria and Tunisia. He taught at the Pontifical Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies (PISAI) in Rome, was an editor of the review Is...

Bernard Botiveau

Bernard Botiveau is Emeritus Director of Research at the CNRS, with the IREMAM at Aix-en-Provence. He has made a great number of research and teaching trips to the Middle East and in particular to Egypt and the Palestinian Territories. He has published Loi islamique et droit dans les sociétés arabes, Karthala-IREMAM, P...

Francesco Botturi

Francesco Botturi is full Professor of Philosophical Anthropology and Moral Philosophy at the Catholic University of Milan. In the same university, he obtained the degree on Philosophy in 1970, and carried on his studies in the Religious Sciences Department, from 1970 to 1974. From 1979 to 1995 he taught Philosophy of ...

Marc Boucrot

Marc Boucrot was born in Choisy-le Roi (France) in 1948. A graduate in Theology at the Institut Catholic in Paris, he holds a PhD in Comparative literature from the University of Bordeaux III and a diploma of Arabic Language and Civilization from the Inalco of Paris. He has been a priest in Morocco since 1977. From 197...

Hamit Bozarslan

He is Director of studies at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) in Paris. His research interests focus on the historical and political sociology of the Middle East. His more recent publications include: Histoire de la Turquie. De l’Empire à nos jours (2013) ; Le luxe et la violence. Domination et ...

Rémi Brague

Rémi Brague is Emeritus Professor of Medieval and Arabic Philosophy at the University of Paris I. He teaches also at the Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität of Munich where he holds the chair Romano Guardini. He obtained his degee in Philosophy in 1971 and soon became Associate Professor. He carried on his studies and obtain...

Donatella Bramanti

Associate Professor of the Sociology of Childhood and the Family and of the Sociology of Services for the Person at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan. She is a member of the staff of the master''s degree of the second level on the processes of family and community mediation at the same university.  ...

Paolo Branca

Paolo Branca is Associate Professor of Arabic at the Catholic University of Milan. In addition to numerous articles in specialist reviews, he is the author of various monographs, including Voci dell'Islam moderno (Marietti, Genoa 1991), Introduzione all'Islam (San Paolo, Milan, 1995), Moschee Inquiete (Il Mulino, Bolog...

Julia Bray

Julia Bray studied Arabic at the University of Oxford, taught at the University of Manchester, the University of Edinburgh and the University of St. Andrews. At the present time she is lecturer in Medieval Arab literature at the University of Paris 8-Saint Denis. Her most recent publication as editor and co-author is W...

Michele Brignone

Michele Brignone is the scientific secretary of the Oasis International Foundation and managing editor of the homonymous journal. A graduate in International and Diplomatic Studies at the University of Trieste, he holds a Ph.D. in History, Institutions and International Relations of Extra-European Countries (University...

Omar Brouksy

Moroccan journalist and university professor, Omar Brouksy is the author of Mohammed VI derrière le masques, Ed. Nouveau Monde, Paris 2014.

Michael Broyde

Michael Broyde is a law Professor at Emory University and was a member (dayan) in the Beth Din of America. He has previously served as the director of that rabbinical court. He was also the founding rabbi of the Young Israel Congregation in Atlanta. At present, he is senior fellow at the Center for the Study of Law and...

Jean-Louis Bruguès

Jean-Louis Bruguès, Dominican, was ordained a priest on 22 June 1975. Formerly professor of Fundamental Moral Theology at the University of Fribourg and member of the International Theological Commission, he was Bishop of Angers from 2000 to 2007. As Archbishop he has been Secretary of the Congregation for Catholic Edu...

Rainer Brunner

Director of Studies at the CNRS (PSL Research University Paris, Laboratoire d’Études sur les monothéismes) in France, he is Doctor of Islamic Studies. He specializes in intellectual history of Shia Islam, Islamic modernism in the nineteenth century, Islam and Europe and the issues related to the Muslim presence in a se...

Vincenzo Buonomo

Vincenzo Buonomo is a full Professor of International Law and International Organization at the Institutum Utriusque Iuris of the Pontifical Lateran University, takes part as an expert of the Holy See in the meetings of the Council of Human Rights and the Consultative Committee on Human Rights of the UN and the Directi...

Marina Calculli

Marina Calculli is a scholar in International Relations of the Middle East. She was a Fulbright fellow at the Institute for Middle Eastern Studies, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University. She is currently a Lecturer at the Leiden University and Associate Researcher Fellow at the Middle Ea...

Stratford Caldecott

Stratford Caldecott is the editor of Second Spring (www.secondspring.co.uk) and Second Spring Books, and directs the Centre for Faith & Culture in Oxford. He is on the editorial boards of Communio, The Chesterton Review, The Catholic Truth Society, and he is in the Scientific Committee of Oasis. A Research Fellow of St...

Edoardo Canetta

Father Edoardo Canetta, a fidei donum priest of the diocese of Milan, taught at the Rukaniat Islamic University in Almaty. At the present time he is a professor at the Gumiliov Eurasian National University of Astana and at the Diplomatic Academy of the Republic of Kazakhstan....

Christian Cannuyer

Christian Cannuyer is professor at the Theological Faculty of the Catholic University of Lille. He is president of the Belgian Society of Oriental Studies and he is author of Les Chrétiens du Nil, Découvertes Gallimard, Paris, 2000. From 2013, he is also director and CEO of the journal Solidarité-Orient....

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