Book Talk Event
Reviewing the world from the perspectives of connectivity and trust:
Reading the series “Connectivity and Trust Buildings in Islamic Civilization” (Jul. 27)
The series “Connectivity and Trust Buildings in Islamic Civilization” started to be issued this spring by the University of Tokyo Press. The series explains that various issues of the modern world are interactively connected and that the present is adjoined to the connectivity of the past. It will also actively explores the hints for building social coexistence among varied cases mentioned in the series.
This series consists of eight volumes written by several authors, and its first volume “An Invitation to Islamic Trust Studies” was published in March 2023. In this event, authors of the vol.1 who are also the editors of the series will talk about the innovation of values which the series will make.
Hidemitsu Kuroki (ILCAA, Hokkaido Univ. Sravic Eurasian Research Center)
Jin Noda (ILCAA)
Wakako Kumakura（Keio University）
Moderator: Emi Goto (ILCAA)
Pre-registration is required in the case of having a seat.
For registration of a seat, please see here （Capacity: 20PAX）
（The sign-up to Peatix is required)
– X00 Grant-in Aid for Transformative Research Areas (A)“Connectivity and Trust Building in Islamic Civilization” (Area Organizer: Hidemitsu KUROKI (ILCAA); 20H05823)
– Books Kinokuniya