FD06-6: IR and Islam: Arab Spring, Democracy, and Islamist Conceptions of Political Life

Theme: One International Relations or Many? Multiple Worlds, Multiple Crises
Wednesday 18 – Saturday 21 September 2013
Warsaw, Poland
Organised by the ECPR Standing Group on International Relations and EISA in cooperation with the Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw and the Polish Association for International Studies.

Critical Relations between International Relations and Islam
Section Chair: Nassef Manabilang Adiong

FD06-6: IR and Islam: Arab Spring, Democracy, and Islamist Conceptions of Political Life


Friday, 20/Sep/2013:

4:30pm – 6:15pm

Chair: Rolin G. Mainuddin, North Carolina Central University
Discussant: Jan Wilkens, University of Hamburg

Location: 211 (Old Library of University of Warsaw)
Capacity of 50 people


Modernity, Secularism and ‘Islamic’ Conceptions of Democracy: The Case of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt
Katerina Dalacoura
London School of Economics, United Kingdom; K.Dalacoura@lse.ac.uk
The Islamist discourse under scrutiny in the aftermath of the Arab Spring: an analysis of key Islamist conceptions of political life
Maria do Céu Pinto
University of Minho, Portugal; mceupinto@gmail.com
“Foreign Policy Dynamics of Regime Change from the Arab Spring: Is There An Islamist Threat?”
Rolin G. Mainuddin
North Carolina Central University, United States of America; rmainuddin@nccu.edu

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Nassef Manabilang Adiong

Nassef is the founder of Co-IRIS (International Relations and Islamic Studies Research Cohort), PHISO (Philippine International Studies Organization), DSRN (Decolonial Studies Research Network), and BRLN (Bangsamoro Research and Legal Network). He works on interdisciplinary research between Islam and International Relations and explores the Bangsamoro society as he heads the Policy Research and Legal Services (PRLS) of the Bangsamoro Parliament. Visit https://nassef.info/ for more details.