Tuesday, July 22, 2014

2-Day Seminar: Comparative Religion: The Universal & The Particular

Institute of Traditional Studies & Arts
Summer Study Programme 2014

2-Day Seminar
Comparative Religion:
The Particular & the Universal in Religions
Dr. Ejaz Akram

Thursday 24th & Friday 25th July 2014
5:00 to 7:00 pm (with iftar)

·         The Theory & Philosophy of Religions
·         The Particular & the Universal in Religions
·         An Introductory Understanding of Different Religions
·         Religion in the World Today & Inter-Faith Dialogue

Dr. Ejaz Akram is an Associate Professor at Lahore University of Management Sciences in Religon & Politics. He holds a Ph.D. in World Politics from the Catholic University of America, Washington D.C. He holds two M.A. Degrees in Comparative & Reigional Studies from the School of International Service at American University in Washington D.C. and in International Relations from CUA, Washington D.C.

His research involves the political philosophies of the Abrahamic and Eastern religious traditions and the interface of religion and politics in international relations. Dr. Ejaz Akram is writing "Traditional Political Philosophy of Islam: Remedy for Disaster Times" and publishing Political Philosophy of Iqbal.

Reading material will be provided. Course fee is Rs. 3000/participant.
Certificates issued on request. Further queries on 0300 847 1855/hast.o.neest@gmail.com

To Register
Send in 'Course Title, Name, Cell No. & Email'
on hast.o.neest@gmail.com or 0300 847 1855.

Institute of Traditional Studies & Arts, 31-G, Gulberg II, Lahore.

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