Watch sessions from recent international conference

Updates and recordings from key sessions are now available from the most recent international conference from the Christian-Muslim Studies Network,The Limits of Justice: Law, Ethics, and Theology in Christian-Muslim Relations.

Find links to video recordings from the conference below:

All photos are from the conference proceedings. Photo credit: Nassar Madyun.

Opening Lecture

Anver Emon (University of Toronto) Polizei and the Framing of Rights: An Islamic Legal Angle

Theological Ethics and Christian-Muslim Relations

Daniel Madigan (Georgetown University) What Kind of Lord; What Kind of Law? 

Irene Oh (George Washington University) Categories and Priorities in Christian and Muslim Ethics

Abbas Barzegar (Council on American Islamic Relations) Between Fiqh and Practical Theology: The Human in Islamic Humanitarianism

The conference was sponsored by the Luce Fund and co-hosted by Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, in October 2019.

The conference brought together both established and emerging scholars to examine the place of justice, law, and ethics in Christian-Muslim Relations. Discussions sought to engage and complicate the ways that social action and justice are appealed to as a solution to theological and historical differences in Christian-Muslim encounters. The conference continued the interdisciplinary focus from the first two conferences but also pushed the discussion deeper than previously.