"The Second International Symposium on Diversity and Unity in Transnational Shi’a Islam"
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2:00PM - 3:30PM EDT | Panel 4: Comparative Approaches towards Shi’a Theology and Philosophy
"Ismaili and Sufi Doctrines of Messianic Age, 4th-7th/10th-13th Centuries"
Orkhan Mir-Kasimov, Institute of Ismaili Studies.
"Paradigms of Ethics in the Twelver Shii Tradition: A Schematic Approach"
Nicholas Boylston, Seattle University.
"Islamic Theology in Thirty Topics: A Zaydi contribution to Islamic thought"
Scott Lucas, University of Arizona.
"Survival and Loss: the Preservation and Recovery of the Arabic Legacy of Ismaili (Fatimid) Shiism in Modern Times"
Paul Walker, University of Chicago.
- Moderator: Gurdofarid Miskinzoda, Institute of Ismaili Studies.
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