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Call for Abstracts: International Conference on Islam and Bioethics at Chicago University

Interfaces and Discourses:

A Multidisciplinary Conference on Islamic Theology, Law, and Biomedicine

 

CILE is pleased to announce the Call for Abstracts for the forthcoming conference “Interfaces and Discourses: A Multidisciplinary Conference on Islamic Theology, Law, and Biomedicine”. The conference is organized by the Initiative on Islam and Medicine at the University of Chicago. CILE is represented in the conference through Dr. Mohammed Ghaly (Professor of Islam and Biomedical Ethics) who is a member of the steering committee of the conference.

When:

Friday, April 15th – Sunday, April 17th

Where:

University of Chicago Campus, Ida Noyes Hall – Cloister Club, 1212 E. 59th Street, Chicago, IL 60637, Overarching

Objective:

Address the discursive and scholarly knowledge gaps impeding Islam and Science discourses through a 3-day multidisciplinary conference on the intersections of Islamic Theology and Law with Biomedicine.

Organizing Questions for the Conference: 

1.    How might scientific notions of harm and risk relate to, and work with, Islamic constructs of necessity and benefit in the context of biomedicine?

2.    What is an Islamic ontology of the soul? How does it relate to, and how might it work with, modern neuroscientific data in order to inform a better understanding of death and care for the dying?

Call for abstracts:

All proposals are due by Wednesday, December 16, 2015. For more information regarding the guidelines for an abstract submission or to submit your abstract follow this link.

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For more information, please visit Interfaces and Discourses conference, the Program on Medicine and Religion, or the Initiative on Islam and Medicine.

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