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Giuseppe Cecere

Associate Professor

Department of History and Cultures

Academic discipline: L-OR/12 Arabic Language and Literature

Director of First Cycle Degree in Anthropology, Religions, Oriental Civilizations

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  1. Giuseppe Cecere

     Updated June, 30h, 2020

    Current Position (started September 2014)

    Associate Professor of Arabic Language and Literature

    Department of History, Cultures and Civilisations (DiSCI)

    University of Bologna Alma Mater Studiorum

    Via Zamboni 33 - 40126 BOLOGNA - ITALY

    First Name : Giuseppe

    Last Name : Cecere

    Birthdate : February, 19th, 1971

    Birthplace: Macerata (MC), Italy

    Nationality : Italian

    Email:

    giuseppe.cecere3@unibo.it [mailto:giuseppe.cecere3@unibo.it]

    Phone numbers

    Office: 0039 051 2098473 

    Mailing address in Italy :

    Prof. Giuseppe CECERE

    Dipartimento di Storia, Culture e Civiltà

    Via Zamboni 33

    40126 BOLOGNA

    ITALY

    Giuseppe Cecere is Associate Professor of Arabic Language and Literature at the University of Bologna. He was a fellow researcher at the IFAO (Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale), Section of Arabic and Islamic Studies, in Cairo from 2010 to 2014. He holds a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Studies (History and Philology) from the University of Florence (2007). His researches specially focus on Sufi “presence” in the multicultural and multi-religious context of the Egyptian society, mainly in the Mamluk era and in contemporary times.

    EDUCATION



    University of Florence (“Università degli Studi di Firenze”)


    PhD in Middle Eastern Historical and Philological Studies

    (“Scienze Filologiche e Storiche del Vicino Oriente”)

    • Evaluation: Excellent (“Ottimo”).

    Ph. D. Thesis on the language and thought of Medieval Egyptian Muslim mystic Ibn ‘Atâ’ Allâh al-Iskandarî (d.1309 C.E.).

    • University of Pisa
    • M.A. in Humanities (“Lettere”): Romance and Arabic Studies

    (Classical Latin Language and Literature, Medieval Latin Language and Literature, Latin Language and Literature in the Renaissance, Romance Philology, Italian Philology, History of Italian Language, History of Italian Literature, Spanish Language and Literature, Hispanic Philology, Medieval History, Semitic Studies, Arabic Language and Literature, Islamic Studies)

    Evaluation: 110/110 “cum laude

    M.A. Dissertation : Translation of Kitâb ‘Ajâ’ib al-Hind ( « The Wonders of India ») from Arabic into Italian.


    RESEARCH AND TEACHING

    University Year 2014-2015 – ongoing (permanent position)

    Associate Professor of Arabic Language and Literature

    University of Bologna “Alma Mater Studiorum”

    Bologna, Italy

    Previous Activities

    2010-2014

    IFAO – Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale du Caire - Egypt

    Section of Arabic Studies

    Research Associate

    Main Duties:

    • Field Research Project on Sufis in Contemporary Egypt;
    • Scientific directionof the International Conference « Les mystiques juives, chrétiennes et musulmanes dans l’Égypte médiévale, viie-xvie siècles : interculturalités et contextes historiques », which was held at IFAO, Cairo, in November, 22-24, 2010 in the framework of the four-year International Research Program « Les mystiques juives, chrétiennes et musulmanes dans le Proche-Orient médiéval, viie-xvie siècles : interculturalités et contextes historiques » (2008-2011). The Research Program was proposed and implementedby the IFAO in collaboration with IFPO, Institut français du Proche-Orient,Damascus ;CNRS – France, UMR 6125; MMSH (Maison Méditerranéenne des Sciences de l’Homme), Aix-en-Provence;University of Salento, Lecce, Italy ;
    • Researches on Sufism in Egyptian Medieval and Modern History;
    • Scientific direction of the Conference Al-Tasawwuf al-Islâmî fî Misr khilâl al-‘usûr al-wustâ, min al-qarn al-awwal al-hijrî ilâ al-qarn al-‘âshir al-hijrî ( «Muslim Mystics in Medieval Egypt, 1st to 10th Islamic centuries (7th to 16th centuries A.D.») organized by the IFAO in Cairoin collaboration with the University of Minufiyya (Egypt), Department of Islamic Philosophy.The Conference was held on November, 21, 2010 at CFCC – Centre Français de Culture et Coopération in Cairo.

    2013, April-June

    University of Bologna

    School of Cultural Heritage Preservation – Ravenna

    Assistant Professor of Arabic Language and Civilization

    September, 2010

    University of Macerata, Italy

    Intensive Course of Italian Language for “Erasmus” University Students

    Teacher of Italian Language to Foreign Students

    University Year 2009/2010.

    1. IFAO – Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale. Cairo, Egypt

    Section of Arabic Studies

    Research Associate

    Main activities:

    Researches on Sufism in Egyptian Medieval and Modern History

    (b). University of Macerata, Italy

    Selected as Teacher of Italian Language to Arabic-speaking students at the University of Ghafsa, Tunisia, organized by the University of Macerata in collaboration with the University of Ghafsa. Renounced in order to work at the IFAO in Cairo.

    University Year 2009/20010

    University of Rome “La Sapienza”

    Master in Specialized Translation

    Faculty of Humanities

    Teacher of Arabic Language

    • Planning and Supervision of the Course on Translation from Arabic into Italian;
    • Lessons (132 hours) on Translation from Arabic into Italian in the following fields: Quran and Islamic Sciences, Contemporary Language of Politics, Arabic Literature.

    University Year 2008/2009

    University of Rome “La Sapienza”

    Faculty of Humanities

    Assistant Professor of Arabic Language and Literature

    University Year 2007/2008

    University of Rome “La Sapienza”

    Faculty of Humanities

    Assistant Professor of Arabic Language and Literature

    University Year 2007/2008

    University of Pisa

    Faculty of Humanities

    Assistant Professor of History and Culture of Arab Countries

    University Year 2006/2007

    University of Rome “La Sapienza”

    Faculty of Humanities

    Assistant Professor of Arabic Language and Literature


    University Year 2006/2007

    University of Pisa

    Faculty of Humanities

    Assistant Professor of Arabic Language and Literature


    University Year 2005/2006

    University of Pisa

    Faculty of Humanities

    Assistant Professor of Arabic Language and Literature

    Fall 2006 - Spring 2009

    Rome, Institute for Oriental Studies “Carlo Alfonso Nallino”

    Teacher of Arabic Language

    2006, September, 24-28,

    Italian International High School“Leonardo da Vinci”, Cairo, Egypyt

    Teachers Trainer

    Workshop on “Teaching Arabic Language in a Multilingual Context. Towards a Portfolio of Language Abilities. Planning and implementation of a Training Workshop for the School’s Teacher of Languages (Italian, Latin, English, Arabic) on how to plan an experimental course of Arabic Language inspired in the Common European Frameworks for Languages, and how to adopt the Student’s Portfolio of Language Abilities..

    University Years 2005/2006; 2004/2005 ; 2003/2004

    IFAO ( Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale) Cairo, Egypt

    Section of Arabic Studies

    Foreign Scientific Member (“Membre scientifique à titre étranger”) .

    Researches on Sufis in Mamluk Egypt.

    Scientific Publications

    Books - Published

    • ●Sylvie DENOIX, Giuseppe CECERE, Aurélien MONTEL, Eugénie RÉBILLARD, Sociétés en réseaux dans le monde musulman médiéval (édition électronique).Collection : Actes des congrès nationaux des sociétés historiques et scientifiques (édition électronique). Paris: CTHS (Comité des travaux historiques et scientifiques), 2017.

      http://cths.fr/ed/edition.php?id=7279

    • ●G.CECERE, M. LOUBET, S. PAGANI, Les mystiques juives, chrétiennes et musulmanes dans l’Égypte médiévale. Interculturalités et contextes historiques. Avec Préface de Sylvie Denoix. Cairo: IFAO (Institut français d’archéologie orientale), 2013.

      https://books.google.it/books/about/Les_mystiques_juives_chr%C3%A9tiennes_et_mus.html?id=8KhbngEACAAJ&redir_esc=y

    • ●CECERE, G., La Costituzione Egiziana del 1923, [traduzione italiana e saggio critico]. Macerata: Liberilibri(2012).

      https://www.liberilibri.it/index.php/prodotto/costituzione-egiziana-1923/

    • ●AMBROSIO, A.F. – CECERE, G. (eds.), La preghiera come tecnica. Una prospettiva orientale. Divus Thomas, 54 (2009), n. 3. (= “Prayer as a Technique. An Oriental Perspective”).

    https://www.edizionistudiodomenicano.it/Libro.php?id=707

    Published Articles and Book Chapters

    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, «Tunis et la naissance de la Shādhiliyya. Hagiographie et conflits de mémoire dans le Manāqib al-shaykh ʿAbd al-Wahhâb al-Mzūghī». (Revue des mondes musulmans et de la Méditerranée (REMMM) 149 (juin 2021).
    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, [https://cris.unibo.it/handle/11585/784689], in: Arevelyan Aghbyuragitut'yun 2 ("Oriental Sources Studies 2), Erevan, NAS OF THE REPUBLIC OF ARMENIA INSTITUTE OF ORIENTAL STUDIES, МАТЕNADARAN. MESROP MASHTOTS INSTITUTE OF ANCIENT MANUSCRIPTS, 2020, pp. 209 - 256 [capitolo di libro]
    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, [https://cris.unibo.it/handle/11585/809395], «RIVISTA DI STUDI INDO-MEDITERRANEI», 2020, X, pp. 1 - 27 [articolo]
    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, “The Limits of the Sufi Idea of ‘Oneness of Reality’ in Global IR [https://cris.unibo.it/handle/11585/765783] ”, in: D. Shahi, A. Balci, F. Muedini, O. Imady, G. Cecere, A. Cavadar, M. Hatina, E. Furlanetto, J. Ferguson, Sufism: A Theoretical Intervention in Global International Relations, London, New York, Lanham, Boulder, Rowman and Littlefield, 2020, pp. 101 - 121 [capitolo di libro].
    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, “Corpi al servizio di Dio? Appunti per una “storia del corpo” nel sufismo (mistica musulmana) [https://cris.unibo.it/handle/11585/713345] ”, Studium 115 (2019), pp. 72 - 104 [articolo].
    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, “From Ethiopian Slave to Egyptian Ṣūfī Master? Yāqūt al-Ḥabashī in Mamluk and Ottoman Sources [https://cris.unibo.it/handle/11585/717633] ”, Northeast African Studies (NEAS) 19 (2019), pp. 85 - 137 [articolo]
    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, “Polvere ed ombra: Ibn ‘Aṭā’ Allāh al-Iskandarī tra al-Ghazālī e Ibn al-‘Arabī [https://cris.unibo.it/handle/11585/725655] ”,Rivista di Studi Indo-mediterranei (RSIM), IX (2019), pp. 1 - 40 [articolo].
    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, «The Shaykh and the Others - Sufi Perspectives on Jews and Christians in Late Ayyubid and Early Mamluk Egypt». Entangles Religions 6 (2018): Historical Engagements and Interreligious Encounters - Jews and Christians in Premodern and Early Modern Asia and Africa, p. 34-94 [articolo].

    https://er.ceres.rub.de/index.php/ER/article/view/859

    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, “Immagini degli Armeni nelle fonti arabe di età mamelucca. Il caso Mufaḍḍal” [https://cris.unibo.it/handle/11585/657289], «Mélanges de l'École Française de Rome. Italie Et Méditerranée (MEFRM) 130-1 (2018), pp. 21 - 40 [articolo].
    • ●Giuseppe CECERE «Raison et “dévoilement”. Notes sur l’épistémologie soufie d’Ibn ‘Aṭā’ Allāh al-Iskandarī (m. 709/1309)». Rivista di Studi Indo-Mediterranei 7 (2017), p. 1-22.

      http://kharabat.altervista.org/RSIM-77_Cecere.pdf

    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, « Les réseaux soufis d’Alexandrie au début de l’époque mamelouke: Yāqūt al-Ḥabašī, une étude de cas ». In Sylvie DENOIX, Giuseppe CECERE, Aurélien MONTEL, Eugénie RÉBILLARD, Sociétés en réseaux dans le mond musulman médiéval (édition électronique).Collection : Actes des congrès nationaux des sociétés historiques et scientifiques (édition électronique). Paris: CTHS (Comité des travaux historiques et scientifiques), 2017, p. 11-30.

      http://cths.fr/ed/edition.php?id=7283

    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, « Tarfīq versus Tazyīq.On a Rare Sufi Term in Ibn Baṭṭūṭā and Jewish-Muslim Interactions in Medieval Egypt», Quaderni di Linguistica e Studi Orientali (QULSO) 2 (2016), p. 265-290.

      http://www.fupress.net/index.php/bsfm-qulso/issue/view/1287

      http://www.fupress.net/index.php/bsfm-qulso/article/view/18756

    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, Dictionnaire des monothéismes. À propos de Michon Cyrille et Moreau Denis (dir.), Dictionnaire des monothéismes : judaïsme, christianisme, islam, (avec la collaboration de Jean-Rémi Alisse, Philippe Buettgen, Viviane Comerro, Élian Cuvillier, Job Getcha, Philippe Haddad, Vassa Kontouma, Alfred-Louis de Prémare), Éditions du Seuil, Paris, 2013», Revue des mondes musulmans et de la Méditerranée (REMMM), vol. 138 (2/2015), p. 299-313.
    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, «Between Trade and Religion : Three Florentine Merchants in Mamluk Cairo», in Georg Christ, Franz-Julius Morche, Roberto Zaugg, Wolfgang Kaiser,Stefan Burkhardt, Alexander D. Beihammer (eds.), Union in Separation. Diasporic Groups and Identities in the Eastern Mediterranean (1100-1800), Viella, Roma, 2015, p. 229-250.
    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, « Santé et Sainteté. Dimensions physiologiques de la vie morale et spirituelle dans Ibn ʿAṭā’ Allāh al-Iskandarī (m. 709/1309) », Annales Islamologiques 48.1 (2014), special issue Le corps dans l’espace islamique médiéval (viie – xvie siècle), dir. Pauline Koetschet & Abbès Zouache, p. 203-240.
    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, « Des soufis sur les épaules des philosophes ? Le « nid » d’Ibn Sab'în à Alexandrie (XIIIe-XIVe siècles) », in G. DORIVAL, Ch. MELA, F. MÖRI, Alexandrie La Divine, Fondation Martin Bodmer, Éditions La Baconnière, Genève, 2014, p. 854-859.
    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, «Le charme discret de la Shadhiliyya. Ou l'insertion sociale d'Ibn ‘Atâ’ Allâh al-Iskandarî», in CECERE, G., M. LOUBET, S. PAGANI (éd.), Les mystiques juives, chrétiennes et musulmanes dans l’Égypte médiévale. Interculturalités et contextes historiques. IFAO, Le Caire, 2013, p. 63-93.
    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, «Se faire nourrir par les mécréants? Soufisme et contact interreligieux dans les Latâ’if al-minan d’Ibn ʿAtâ’ Allâh al-Iskandarî», in CECERE, G., M. LOUBET, S. PAGANI (éd.), Les mystiques juives, chrétiennes et musulmanes dans l’Égypte médiévale. Interculturalités et contextes historiques. IFAO, Le Caire, 2013, p.189-207.
    • ●CECERE, G., LOUBET, M., PAGANI, S., «Introduction. Traditions Spirituelles et contacts interconfessionnels », in G. CECERE,M. LOUBET, S. PAGANI (éd.), Les mystiques juives, chrétiennes et musulmanes dans l’Égypte médiévale. Interculturalités et contextes historiques. IFAO, Le Caire, 2013, p. 1-14.
    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, “Il luogo delle memorie incrociate. Relazioni mediterranee e pensiero post-meridiano”, in. CAUSALE, C. (a c. di), Per una carta geoculturale del Mediterraneo, (Atti del Convegno di Palermo, 24 febbraio 2012, organizzato dalla Fondazione Orestiadi e dalla Regione Sicilia), Regione Sicilia, 2012.
    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, “Da Carlo Alberto a Faruq. Monarchie costituzionali e processi risorgimentali in Italia ed Egitto tra Otto e Novecento”, in AA.VV., L’influenza del Risorgimento italiano sulla nascita della coscienza nazionale in Egitto. Atti del Convegno organizzato dall’Ambasciata Italiana d’Egitto e dall’Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Il Cairo, nell’occasione delle celebrazioni dei 150 anni dell’Unità d’Italia, Roma: Il Veltro Editrice, 2011, pp. 35-44.
    • ●CECERE, G., «Religiosité, piété, djihad: l’essor du religieux sous Saladin», dans Histoire antique et médiévale, Hors-Série, N. 25 - Décembre 2010,(sous la direction de A. Zouache), pp. 38-43.
    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, Maria Laura D’ONOFRIO, «Tolleranza o cittadinanza? La situazione dei Copti e il ruolo della Sharia nella evoluzione del sistema dei diritti in Egitto», in Annuario DiReCom, [Annali dell’Istituto di Studi Comparativi sui Diritti e le Religioni, Facoltà di Teologia di Lugano], 2009, pp. 117-158.
    • ●Giuseppe CECERE, «Maestro nelle due scienze: Ibn ‘Atâ’ Allâh al-Iskandarî (m. 1309) e le forme della preghiera» in AMBROSIO, A.F. – CECERE, G. (eds.), La preghiera come tecnica, Una prospettiva orientale, Divus Thomas, 54 (2009), n. 3, pp. 94-117.

    Reviews

    • ●CECERE, G., “Chih Rachida, Mayeur-Jaouen Catherine, Seesemann Rüdiger (éds.), Sufism, Literary Production, and Printing in the Nineteenth Century, Würzburg: Ergon Verlag, 2015”, Bulletin Critique des Annales Islamologiques (BCAI) 31 (2017), p. 28-30.
    • ●CECERE, G., «MIGLIORE Maria Chiara & PAGANI Samuela (éd.), Inferni temporanei. Visioni dell’aldilà dall’estremo Oriente all’estremo Occidente, Carocci, Rome, 2012, 263 p.», Revue des mondes musulmans et de la Méditerranée, [En ligne], Lectures inédites, mis en ligne le 05 juillet 2913 URL : http://remmm.revues.org/8148
    • ●CECERE, G., «Douglas LITTLE, Orientalismo Americano. Stati Uniti e Medio Oriente dopo il 1945, Liberilibri, 2008», La Figura nel Tappeto, Inverno 2009.
    • ●CECERE, G., «Maurice BORRMANS, Cristiani e Musulmani, precursori di un dialogo possibile. Massignon - Abd El-Jalil - Gardet – Anawati (2008)», Divus Thomas, n. 51/3,2008, pp. 279-296.
    • ●CECERE, G., «Richard McGREGOR, Sanctity and Mysticism and Medieval Egypt: The Wafa Sufi Order and The Legacy of Ibn ‘Arabi, State University of New York Press, Albany,2004», Oriente Moderno, N.S., XXIV (LXXXV)/1, 2005, pp. 214-216.CECERE, G. , «Binyamin ABRAHAMOV, Divine Love in Islamic Mysticism, Routledge Curzon, London, 2002»,Oriente Moderno, N.S., XXIII (LXXXIV)/3, 2004, pp. 788-790.

    Lectures, International Projects

    and Papers in International Conferences

    2021, June 12th to 17th,

    University of Minia, Egypt

    Teaching module (12 hours)

    Il ruolo della traduzione nell’insegnamento contrastivo dell’italiano ad arabofoni,

    Teaching module taught as part of the Work Package No. 3 of the Project XCELING (“Toward Excellence in Applied Linguistics. Innovative Second Language Education in Egypt”), Co-funded by the Erasmus + Programme of the European Union. Programme coordinated by the University of Salamanca and participated by the University of Bologna and the University of Minia.

    2020, March 2nd,

    Rome,

    Pontifical Institute of Christian Archeology (PIAC) - the European University in Roma

    Workshop

    Gruppi religiosi e spazio urbano: simboli, interazioni, trasformazioni

    (Chair: Prof. Renata SALVARANI - Prof. Lucrezia SPERA)

    Giuseppe CECERE - Maria Laura D’ONOFRIO, “Dinamiche interreligiose nella ‘città islamica’: tra storia urbana e antropologia dello spazio”.

    2020, January 22nd,

    Rome, University of Roma La Sapienza - Pontifical University Antonianum

    AISSCA (Associazione Italiana per lo Studio della Santità, dei Culti e dell’Agiografia)

    Cantieri dell’Agiografia IV (2020) - “Comunicare la santità”.

    Panel: Comunicare la fede con il corpo e con il sangue: dinamiche del martirio (chair: Renata SALVARANI)

    Giuseppe CECERE, “Violenza e martirio nell’agiografia islamica in età ayyubbide e mamelucca”.

    2019, March, 5th

    Bologna, European Academy of Religion Annual Conference 2019

    Panel #5/284.2. Embodied Religious Experiences: an historical perspective

    (chair: Prof. Renata SALVARANI)

    Giuseppe CECERE, “Body, Space and Soul in Muslim Mystics: on physical and physiological dimensions of Khalwa (Spiritual Retreat)”.

    2018, February, 2nd

    Marseille, IMéRA (Institut d’études avancées Aix-Marseille Université).

    ERC Consolidator Grant project HORNEAST.

    Horn and Crescent. Connections, Mobility and Exchange between the Horn of Africa and the Middle East in the Middle Ages

    PI: Julien Loiseau Aix-Marseille Université, IREMAM

    Journée de Lancement (Launch Initiative)

    CECERE, G., “Un esclave éthiopien dans les réseaux soufis d’Alexandrie ? Le cas du cheikh Yāqūt al-Ḥabashī (m. 1332)”.

    • http://iremam.cnrs.fr/IMG/pdf/programme_journee_de_lancement_du_programme_erc_horneast.pdf
    • [https://horneast.hypotheses.org/]

    2017, December 2nd-3rd

    Cairo, IFE (Institut français d’Égypte)

    Marges et frontières occidentales de l’Égypte de l’Antiquité au Moyen Âge.

    Workshop organized by the IFAO (Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale / French Institute of Oriental Archeology in Cairo) in partnership with: University Paris-Sorbonne, UMR 8167, HiSoMA (UMR 5189), University Paris-Ouest Nanterre, CIHAM (UMR 5648), ArSCan (MAE Nanterre).

    Scientific Board: Claire Somaglino, Gaëlle Tallet, Sylvain Dhennin, Bérangère Redon, Marie-Françoise Boussac, Abbès Zouache.

    CECERE, G. - ZOUACHE, A., “La frontière occidentale de l’Égypte d’après les chroniqueurs arabes: un espace convoité (Xe-XVe s.) (The Western border of Egypt according to the Arab chroniclers: a coveted space - 10th to 15th centuries)”. http://www.ifao.egnet.net/uploads/manifestations/2017/Programme_frontie_Ares.jpg

    http://www.ifao.egnet.net/uploads/manifestations/2017/Affiche_conf_frontie_Ares.jpg

    2017, May, 18th-19th.

    Bologna, University of Bologna

    L’Armenia medievale epicentro di mobilità tra Oriente e Occidente

    (“Medieval Armenia as A Mobility Epicentre between the East and the West”).

    International Workshop organized by the University of Bologna - Department of History Cultures and Civilizations (DISCI) in partnership with the EFR (École Française de Rome). Scientific direction: Irene Bueno, Anna Sirinian, Federico Alpi.

    CECERE, G. “Immagini degli Armeni nelle fonti arabe di età mamelucca”.

    http://corsi.unibo.it/antropologiaculturale-etnologia/Eventi/2017/05/larmenia-medievale-epicentro-di-mobilita-fra-oriente-e-occidente.aspx

    2017, March, 21th

    Marseille, École Centrale

    Rencontres d’Averroés

    Collège de Méditerranée

    Conférence #4.

    CECERE, G., Une spiritualité méditerranéenne? Islam, soufisme et contact interreligieux dans la Méditerranée.

    Discussant: Prof. Sylvie DENOIX, CNRS - UMR 8167.

    http://www.rencontresaverroes.com/college-de-mediterranee/article/conference-4-une-spiritualite-mediterraneenne-islam-soufisme-et

    2016, May, 20th

    Paris, Institut du Monde Arabe

    Les Rendez-vous de l’Histoire du monde arabe.

    Deuxième édition: “Religions et Pouvoirs”

    Round Table

    Le palais au défi de la mosquée Religion et contestation du pouvoir en Islam.

    Sobhi Bouderbala, Université de Tunis ; Hamit Bozarslan, directeur d’études à l’EHESS ; Giuseppe Cecere, professeur associé à l’Université de Bologne ; Laurence Louër, chargée de recherche à Sciences Po et Julien Loiseau, directeur du Centre de recherche français à Jérusalem.

    https://www.orient-mediterranee.com/IMG/pdf/ima.pdf

    2016, February, 3rd

    Paris, Université Paris 1 Panthéon - Sorbonne

    Institut de recherche sur Byzance, l’Islam et la Méditerranée au Moyen Âge (IRBIMMA), 17, rue de la Sorbonne, Paris 5e.

    Histoire et archéologie de l’Islam et de la Méditerranée médiévale. Séminaire commun de l’équipe Islam médiéval / UMR 8167 Orient & Méditerranée en partenariat avec l’UMR 5648 CIHAM

    CECERE, G., Spiritualités en contexte : histoires de soufis dans l’Égypte médiévale. Perspectives pour une histoire sociale de la spiritualité musulmane.

    https://www.orient-mediterranee.com/IMG/pdf/plaquette_semin_2015-2016_2ndsem.pdf

    2015, June, 8th

    Bologna, Università Alma Mater Studiorum

    International Workshop Ibn Taymiyya Among the Mamluks and the Ottomans: Reception, Transmission, State of the Art.

    CECERE, G., “Not So Sober Masters? Ibn Taymiyya’s Criticism of the Shādhilī Sufism As Reflected in Ibn al-Kathīr’s Historical Work” .

    2015, May, 2nd

    Reims, Institut Jean-Baptiste de la Salle

    CTHS 140e Congrès national des sociétés historiques et scientifiques,

    Congrès: Réseaux et Sociétés.

    Thème 3. La forme des réseaux, Sous-thème 3.E. “La forme des réseaux en Islam” (atelier).

    CECERE, G., “Les réseaux soufis d’Alexandrie au début de l’époque mamlouke: filiations, influences et regroupement sociaux”.

    http://cths.fr/co/zoom.php?type=st&id=832

    2015, March, 30th

    University of Rome La Sapienza,

    ISGAP Seminar Series: Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective

    CECERE, G., “Anti-Jewish Trend in Islamic Medieval Era”.

    http://isgap.org/event/2015/03/giuseppe-cecere-anti-jewish-trends-in-islamic-medieval-era/

    2014, June, 25th-26th

    University of Venice Cà Foscari

    First Conference of the School of Mamluk Studies,

    CECERE, G., « Sanctity and Knowledge in Ibn ʿAṭā’ Allāh al-Iskandarī: A Sunnī Sufī Epistemology in Early Mamluk Egypt ».


    2013, May, 22nd-23 rd

    IFAO (Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale) Cairo, Egypt.

    Workshop for Egyptian PhD Students Ishkâliyyât tahqîq al-makhtûtât al-ʿarabiyya (“Problems of critical edition of Arabic manuscripts”):

    CECERE, G., «Ishkâliyyât tahqîq kitâb Tâj al-ʿarûs li-tahdhîb al-nufûs al-mansûb ilâ Ibn ʿAtâ’ Allâh al-Iskandarî» (in Arabic [“Problems of the critical edition of the Tâj al-ʿarûs li-tahdhîb al-nufûs, attributed to Ibn ʿAtâ’ Allâh al-Iskandarî” ]).

    2013, April, 17th

    University of Bologna, Centre for Islamic Studies

    Workshop on contemporary history of the Arab World

    Rivolte, rivoluzioni, costituzioni: due anni dopo. (“Revolts, Revolutions, Constitutions: Two Years Later”)

    CECERE, G., «Fratellanza senza uguaglianza? Diritti individuali e logiche comunitarie nella nuova Costituzione Egiziana» (“Fraternity Without Equality? Individual Rights and Communitarian Trends in the New Egyptian Constitution”).

    2013, March 26th

    University of Alexandria, Egypt

    International Scientific Cooperation Project Formation en études arabes et islamiques

    Partners: University of Alexandria, Faculty of Tourism and Archaeology - French Institute for Oriental Archaeology in Cairo (IFAO).

    CECERE, G., «Al-shaykh Ibn ʿAtā’ Allâh al-Iskandarî. Madhâ yuqaddim târîkh al-sûfiyya li-dirâsa târîkh Misr» (Lecture in Arabic [“Shaykh Ibn ʿAtā’ Allâh al-Iskandarî. How the history of Sufism contributes to (a better understanding of) the history of Egypt”]).

    2012, November, 27th

    University “Roma Tre”, Rome

    Faculty of Humanities

    Workshop on the History of the Islamic Countries.

    CECERE, G., «Il Sufismo in Egitto ieri ed oggi. Mistici musulmani e società egiziana dal periodo ayyubide all’età contemporanea». (“Sufis in Egypt Yesterday and Today. Muslim Mystics and Egyptian Society From the Ayyubid Period Until Now”).

    2012, October, 29th – November, 2nd

    Dire Dawa University, Ethiopia

    18th ICES (International Conference of Ethiopian Studies)

    Panel 2.04. Ethiopia in Egypt. Form, Support and Meaning of the Ethiopian Presence in Egypt From the Middle Ages to Modern Times.

    CECERE, G., “Christian Ethiopian People in Egypt during the Mamluk Period. Inquiry into Arabic and Latin Sources”.

    2012, October, 23rd – November, 25th

    University “Roma Tre”, Rome

    International Colloquium Written Arabic, Writing Arabic : Corpora and Lexica (WAWA_CorLex). Joint International Project organized by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Roma Tre University and La Sapienza University of Rome.

    Organizers : Prof. Giuliano Lancioni, Prof. Olivier Durand, Prof/ Gabriel Rosenbaum, Dr. Cristina Solimando, Mrs. Michal Marmorstein.

    CECERE, G., “The Letter and the Spirit. Evolutions in Sufi Language in Contemporary Egypt”.

    2012, April, 12th

    Luiss (“Libera Università di Studi Sociali Guido Carli”), Roma,

    CECERE, G., “I precedenti storici del costituzionalismo egiziano (1798-1923)”, nell’ambito del Convegno La transizione in Egitto: tra riforme e rivoluzione

    2011, December, 15th-18th

    Cairo (Egypt), IFAO - Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale

    CECERE, G., “Le corps du martyr comme lieu de mémoire: pérégrinations de reliques en Méditerranée (IXe-XIVe siècle)”, in the International Conference Guerre et paix dans le Proche Orient médiéval, organized by the IFAO (Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale), Cairo, in collaboration with the IFPO (Institut Français du Proche Orient), Damascus.

    2011, November, 29th

    Rome, University of “Roma 3” and Egyptian Embassy in Italy

    “La primavera araba in Egitto”. Workshop on “The Arab Spring” in Egypt.

    2011, October, 19th

    Cairo, Italian Embassy in Egypt and Italian Cultural Institute in Cairo

    CECERE, G., “Da Carlo Alberto a Faruq. Monarchie costituzionali e processi risorgimentali in Italia ed Egitto tra Otto e Novecento”, (Transl.: ‘From Carlo Alberto to Faruq. Constitutional Monarchies and National Awakening Processes in Ninteenth and Twentieth Century’), in the International Conference L’influenza del Risorgimento italiano sulla nascita della coscienza nazionale in Egitto. (Transl.: ‘The Influence of Italian Risorgimento on the Making of National Consciousness in Egypt’).

    2011, February, 17th-19th

    Heidelberg University, Germany

    CECERE, G., « Between Trade and Religion : Italian Merchants in Mamluk Cairo », in the International Conference Union in Separation – Trading Diasporas in The Eastern Mediterranean (1200-1700), University of Heidelberg.

    2010, November, 22nd-24th

    Cairo (Egypt), IFAO (Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale)

    G.CECERE, « Le charme discret de la Shadhiliyya, ou l'insertion sociale d'Ibn ‘Atâ’ Allâh al-Iskandarî», in the International Conference Les mystiques juives, chrétiennes et musulmanes dans l’Egypte médiévale. Interculturalités et contextes historiques.

    2010, June, 21st

    Cairo (Egypt), IFAO (Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale)

    CECERE, G., «Équilibres de violence en islam médiéval, entre traditions juridiques et mystiques», in the International Conference La violence extrême en contexte guerrier: un outil rhétorique? The Conference was directed by Abbès Zoauche (IFAO, Cairo) and Daniel Baloup (Casa de Velazquez, Madrid), in the framework of the International Research Program Guerre et Paix dans le Proche-Orient médiéval, realized by the IFAO of Cairo and the IFPO of Damascus.

    2010, February, 21st

    Cairo (Egypt), IFAO (Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale)

    CECERE, G., Al-tadâkhul al-nassî fî tahqîq al-nusûs al-dîniyya al-‘arabiyya (in Arabic; transl.: “Intertextuality problems in editing Arabic religious texts”), in the Doctoral Workshop Publication scientifique- Études arabes et islamiques, addressing researchers and graduate students of Egyptian universities.

    2009, October, 14th-15th

    Damascus, IFPO- Institut Français du Proche-Orient

    Participation, as one of the Project Managers on behalf of the IFAO, in the International Conference Les mystiques musulmanes, chrétiennes et juives dans le Proche-Orient médiévale, VIIe-XVIe siècles: Interculturalités et contextes historiques – L’aire syro-mésopotamienne, in the framework of the Research Program Les mystiques juives, chrétiennes et musulmanes dans le Proche-Orient médiéval, viie-xvie siècles : interculturalités et contextes historiques.

    2009, May, 17th

    Turin (Italy), International Book Fair

    Presentation of G. Scattolin and A. Hasan (eds.), Al-Tajalliyyât al-rûhiyya fî l-Islâm”, Cairo: The Egyptian General Book Organization, 2008

    2008, November, 6th

    IMT- Institute for Advanced Studies, Lucca – The Thursday’s Seminar in Political Studies

    G.CECERE, Egyptian Minorities and Article Two of the Constitution.

    Language Abilities:

    • Italian (Native)
    • Classical Arabic (Advanced) ;
    • Egyptian Arabic (Advanced) ;
    • English (Level C1 - certified) ;
    • French(Advanced) ;
    • Spanish (Advanced).