We are honoured to welcome Professor Ismail Lala, Gulf University, Kuwait, to lead a session on The Qur’an and Kafka: The Trial of Jesus and Josef K.
This session is a part of the New International Interfaith Reading Group on Sacred Literature in Interfaith Contexts organised and chaired by Professor Glenda Abramson, Professor Emerita in Hebrew and Jewish Studies at University of Oxford, UK.
Here are the details of this fascinating session.
Speaker: Professor Ismail Lala, Gulf University, Kuwait
Chair: Professor Emerita Glenda Abramson, Hebrew and Jewish Studies, University of Oxford, UK
Time: 18:00-19:00 BST| 19:00-20:00 CET | 10:00-11:00 PT | 13:00-14:00 ET
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A Recording of The Qur’an and Kafka: The Trial of Jesus and Josef K
- The Qur’an and Kafka: The Trial of Jesus and Josef K
- Where does One Encounter the Divine? Dialogue Between the Sexes in the Talmud
- Seventy Languages (and Translations) for Seventy Nations
- Easter & Passover in Interfaith Contexts
- Sacred Literature: Conceptions of Revelation in Interfaith Contexts
- Strangers on a Train: Climate Change, Jewish Thought, and the Duty of Witness
- The Book of Isaiah and the Christian Quest for Revelation
- The Revelation at Sinai in Early Synagogue Poetry
- Eicha as Presentiment: Reading Lamentations in the Era of Climate Change
- From the People of the Book to the Books of the People: Christian Literature and the 19th Century Ottoman Turkish Literary World
- Reorienting Christian Understandings of Judaism: Insights from Biblical Scholarship
- Literary Form and Meaning in the Hebrew Bible
- How Christians Can Learn from the Devotional Poetry of Hindu South India