Tolerance in Sufism
 

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Nov 8, 2013

4:00 - 5:00 pm

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Tolerance in Sufism

A talk by Professor Juergen Wasim Frembgen

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Professor Juergen Wasim Frembgen
Islamicist, anthropologist and writer

Professor  Juergen Wasim Frembgen, Islamicist, anthropologist and writer, is a Senior Curator of the Islamic Collection at the Munich State Museum of Ethnology as well as a Professor for History of the Religion and Culture of Islam at the Institute of Near and Middle Eastern Studies/University of Munich. He has published extensively on South and West Asia, focusing particularly on Pakistan; for instance, „The Friends of God – Sufi Saints in Islam“ (Karachi 2006/Oxford University Press), “Journey to God. Sufis and Dervishes in Islam” (Karachi 2008/Oxford University Press) and edited “The Aura of Alif. The Art of Writing in Islam” (Munich 2010/Prestel). In addition to his academic writing, he writes narratives of his ethnographic experiences (literary anthropology). In 2012 OUP published  “Nocturnal Music in the Land of the Sufis. Unheard Pakistan”.

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