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.
Symposium “The history and the present day of Palestine: discussing settlers’ colonialism and 100 years of resistance”(Dec. 21)
Circular1_The 3rd Islamic Trust Studies International Conference “Exploring the Tacit Knowledge of Trust Building and Connectivity amidst Predicaments” (Mar. 1-3)
Islamic Trust Studies Workshop “Digital Humanities Windter Day 2023” (Dec. 16-17)
Symposium “The Islamic State System and International Law” at the History of Islamic Civilization Panel, Annual meeting of the Historical Society of Kyushu (Dec. 10)
International Workshop “The Safavids, the Post-Safavids and the East Indian Companies” (Dec. 17)