Gülen Conference in London Contributions of the Gülen Movement


OrganizersSOAS University of London, House of Lords and London School of Economics

Place:   conference entitled “Muslim World in Transition: Contributions of the Gülen Movement” was held at   SOAS University of London, House of Lords and London School of Economics 

Date: 25-27 October, 2007


Kuru, AT : “Changing Perspectives on Islam and Secularism in Turkey: the AK Party and the Gülen Movement

Wright, S: “The Work of Fethullah Gülen and the Role of Non-Violence in a Time of Terror

Akyol, M : “What Made the Gülen Movement Possible?

Maigre, METhe Influence of the Gülen Movement in the Emergence of a Turkish Cultural Third Way

Park, BThe Fethullah Gülen Movement as a Transnational Phenomenon

Hermansen, MThe Cultivation of Memory in the Gülen Community

Cantori, LJFethullah Gülen: Kemalist and Islamic Republicanism and the Turkish Democratic Future

Gurbuz, MEPerforming “Moral Opposition”: Strategy and Identity in the Gülen Movement

Kilinc, RThe Patterns of Interaction between Islam and Liberalism: the Case of the Gülen Movement

Ugur, EReligion as a Source of Social Capital? The Gülen Movement in the Public Sphere

Krause, WCivility in Islamic Activism: Towards a Better Understanding of Shared Values for Civil Society Development

Uygur, S“Islamic Puritanism” as a Source of Economic Development: Contributions of the Gülen Movement

Kucukcan, TSocial and Spiritual Capital of the Gülen Movement

Hettiarachchi, STurkish Muslims and Islamic Turkey: Perspectives for a New European Islamic Identity?

Demir, ESettlement and Competition Strategies of the Gülen Movement in France and Germany

Tedik, MFThe Gülen Movement as a Mechanism for Integration of the Muslim Community in Europe: Potentials and Constraints

Celik, GModern Ideals and Muslim Identity: Harmony or Contradiction? A Text Linguistic Analysis of Gülen’s Teachings and Movement

Weller, PRobustness and Civility: Themes from Fethullah Gülen as Resource and Challenge for Government, Muslims and Civil Society in the UK

Hussain, AThe Work of Fethullah Gülen and the Role of Non-Violence in a Time of Terror

Aslandogan and CinarA Sunni Muslim Scholar’s Humanitarian and Religious Rejection of Violence Against Civilians

Osman, MNGülen’s Contribution to a Middle Way Islam in Southeast Asia

Bruckmayr, PPhnom Penh’s Fethullah Gülen School as an Alternative to Prevalent Forms of Education for Cambodia’s Muslim Minority

 Keles : Contributions of the Gülen Schools in Kyrgyzstan

Cetin, MThe Gülen Movement: Its Nature and Identity

Pratt, DIslamic Prospects for Inter-Religious Dialogue: The Contribution of Fethullah Gülen

 Penaskovic, RGülen’s Response to the ‘Clash of Civilizations’ Thesis

Vainovski-Mihai, IGiving Precedence to Common Points: The Limits of the Otherness in Fethullah Gülen’s Dialogic Methodology for Interfaith Encounters

Capes, DB (FP)Tolerance in the Theology and Thought of A. J. Conyers and Fethullah Gülen

Vicini, FGülen’s Rethinking of Islamic Pattern and Its Socio-Political Effects

Toguslu, EGülen’s Theory of ‘Adab’ and Ethical Values of the Gülen Movement

Atay, RReviving the Suffa Tradition

Paya, AIn Defence of Universal Ethical Values and Principles

Afsaruddin, AStriving in the Path of God: Fethullah Gülen’s Views on Jihad

Graskemper, MA Bridge to Inter-Religious Cooperation: The Gülen-Jesuit Educational Nexus

Lacey, JDialogue Work through NI-TECA, A Gülen-inspired Organization Based in Northern Ireland

Saritoprak, ZFethullah Gülen and His Global Contribution to Peace Building

Heck, PLHira Magazine – Turkish in the Language of the Qur’an

Mohamed, YThe Educational Philosophy of Fethullah Gülen and Its Application in South Africa

Clement, VTurkmenistan’s New Challenges: Can Stability Co-exist with Reform? A Study of Gülen Schools in Central Asia, 1997–2007

Kayaoglu, TPreachers of Dialogue: International Relations and Interfaith Theology

Williams, IG : “A Station above that of Angels”: The Vision of Islamic Education within Pluralistic Societies in the Thought of Gülen – A Study of Contrasts between Turkey and the U

Barton, G:Preaching by Example: Understanding the Gülen Hizmet in the Global Context of Religious Philanthropy and Civil Religion

Eldridge, BThe Place of the Gülen Movement in the Intellectual History of Islam, Particularly in Relation to Islam’s Confrontation with Postmodernism

Leaman, OTowards an Understanding of Gülen’s Methodology

Ebaugh and KocFunding Gülen-Inspired Good Works: Demonstrating and Generating Commitment to the Movement

Aslandogan, YAPresent and Potential Impact of the Spiritual Tradition of Islam on Contemporary Muslims: From Ghazali to Gülen

Kalyoncu, MCivilian Response to Ethno-Religious Terrorism

Keles, OThe Gülen Movement and Promoting Human Rights Values in the Muslim World

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