Islamic civilization is characterized by its great ability to build horizontal human relationships. The aim of this project is to clarify the accumulation of such connectivity (relationship building) and various aspects of trust building, and to convert the “tacit knowledge” gained from this into “strategic knowledge” by verbalizing and visualizing it, in order to establish a new perspective for resolving the growing division in the world today.
Public Symposia “Theater and Resistance: Presenting the Palestinian Narrative in 48/Israel”
ILCAA Joint Research Project “The Visualization of the History and Historical Space of the Middle East: Sharing Knowledge in the Digital Age”（Mar. 22）
Islamic Trust Studies Workshop “Islamic Economy in Comparisons” (Feb. 22)
Film screening of “Nakba al-Manahij” with a public talk (Feb. 5&11)
Workshop “Cross-Cultural Contact and Trust on the Oceanic Space during the Early Modern Period: Cases of Measures against Piracy” (Feb. 19)