Invitation to the conference Muslims in Europe. Facts, analyzes, views

30. November 2019, 9.00 – 17.00 Uhr
SFU Wien
Campus Prater
Freudplatz 1
1020 Vienna

Please register at:ifime@sfu.ac.at

Participation is free!

European Muslims seem to be one of the »great unknowns« in European societies. At the same time, they are currently one of the most researched groups, and their attitudes and preferences within various fields are often found at the centre of political, social and scientific attention. Research into their way of life is very complex due to Muslims‘ heterogeneity, as well as their diverse perspectives and points of view.

Who are the »Muslims« in Europe? And why is there such a strong interest in researching these individuals?
To explore this question, the Interdisciplinary Research Centre Islam and Muslims in Europe (IFIME) / Sigmund Freud University (SFU) is organizing a conference – with the aim of giving an overview of current states of research.
What kind of research has been carried out so far? What do the results mean for those involved and for society as a whole? (How) Can innovations be initiated?
The conference offers a contrasting overview of research results from Austria, Germany, Great Britain and Bosnia and Herzegovina, and it will continue to discuss future developments in Islamic Research that can be constructive and necessary for a democratic society.

Download:Tagung Musliminnen in Europa_SFU_IFIME (pdf)