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Thursday, February 21, 2013

Économies du monde musulman

Séminaire de doctorat
Économies du monde musulman

Coordonné par :
Fatiha TALAHITE  Économiste, HDR, chargée de recherche au CNRS, CRESPPA-GTM (UMR 217 CNRS/ Universités Paris 8).
Saïd SOUAM Économiste, Professeur Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense, chercheur à ECONOMIX (UMR CNRS/Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense), chercheur associé au CREST.
Jean-Yves MOISSERON Économiste, HDR, Chargé de Recherche à l’IRD, UMR 201 « Développement et sociétés »,  IRD/Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne,  directeur-adjoint du collège international des Sciences du Territoire.
Séance 4
Islam and the Moral Economy. The Challenge of Capitalism
Charles TRIPP
Professor at SOAS - University of London
Discutant : Jean-Yves MOISSERON
Vendredi 22 février 2013, 16h-18h, salle S/18
Maison des Sciences Économiques, 106 - 112 boulevard de L'Hôpital, 75013, Paris
Métro Campio Formio, ligne 5
Le séminaire est ouvert au public, sans inscription, et a lieu tous les derniers vendredis du mois (sauf vacances et jours fériés)
Charles R. H. Tripp is Professor of Politics with reference to the Middle East at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. He is the General Editor of the Cambridge Middle East Studies Series and author of The Power and the People: Paths of Resistance in the Middle East (2013), A History of Iraq (3rd Edition, 2007) and Islam and the Moral Economy: The Challenge of Capitalism (2006). Tripp's main areas of research include the study of state and society in the Middle East, especially Iraq, and Islamic political thought. As of 2008, he lectures on government and politics of the Middle East for both undergraduates and postgraduates at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), a college of the University of London. Professor Tripp is a world class specialist on Iraq and has contributed as regional expert to media broadcasters including the BBC and NPR, as well as to print media such as Foreign Affairs, the Guardian and the New Statesman. In the run up to the war against Iraq, Professor Tripp was part of a small team that visited 10 Downing Street in order to advise the prime minister, Tony Blair, on the consequences of going to war.
Islam and the Moral Economy: The Challenge of Capitalism (Cambridge University Press, 2006)
How do modern Muslims adapt their traditions to engage with today's world? Charles Tripp's erudite and incisive book considers one of the most significant challenges faced by Muslims over the last sixty years: the challenge of capitalism. By reference to the works of noted Muslim scholars, the author shows how, faced by this challenge, these intellectuals devised a range of strategies which have enabled Muslims to remain true to their faith, whilst engaging effectively with a world not of their own making. The work is framed around the development of their ideas on Islamic socialism, economics and the rationale for Islamic banking. While some Muslims have resorted to confrontation or insularity to cope with the challenges of modernity, most have aspired to innovation and ingenuity in the search for compromise and interaction with global capitalism in the twenty-first century.

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