Avalikud loengud Islamist Kesk-Aasia riikides (15-19.05)

TÜ Aasia Keskus esitleb:

Asist. Prof. Dr. Ali Yıldız Musahan (Igdir University, the Faculty of Theology, Türgi) loengusari "Islam Kesk-Aasias Nõukogude Liidu ja selle järgsel ajal"

NB! Kõik loengud on inglise keeles. Loengud toimuvad ülikooli peahoones, Ülikooli 18.


15.05, 14.15, aud 230 "Sissejuhatus: moslemite elu Nõukogude Liidu ja selle järgsel perioodil Kesk-Aasias" 

16.05, 16.15, aud 228 "Islam Kesk-Aasias Nõukogude Liidu ajal (1917-1985)"

17.05, 16.15, aud 230 "Ülemineku protsess: Perestroika aeg (1985-1990)"

18.05, 16.15, aud 307 "Muutused moslemite elus Nõukogude Liidu järgsel ajal (1990-2010)"

19.05, 16.15, aud 230 "Radikaalsete Islamistlike gruppide tegevus kaasaegses Kesk-Aasias"

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Loengutesarja lühikirjeldus inglise keeles:

The Soviet Union took control of the Central Asia Republics in years from 1917 to 1924. Islam was abolished from Muslim people’s lives and a non-religious society was created by the atheist ideology of the Soviet regime.  After the unexpected disintegration of the USSR and the gained independence, the Central Asian countries have faced numerous problems. Unstructured economy, governments without constitutions, and government seats with no staff were some of the handicaps of the states. But the religious movements that flocked to Central Asia from countries of the Middle East (Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, and Pakistan) have tried to establish a substructure of Islamic activities in Central Asia. These uncontrolled religious structures have brought along many problems since the beginning of 1990s.