Welcome to the Erlangen Centre for Islam & Law in Europe
The Erlangen Centre for Islam and Law in Europe (EZIRE) conducts research and teaching about Islam and Muslim life in Europe from a multidisciplinary perspective. In addition to research and teaching, EZIRE also offers services such as trainings, consulting, expertise and expert opinions.
During the 27th DAVO Congress EZIRE Director, Prof. Mathias Rohe received the award for his achievements in the implementation of Islamic Theology in Germany, jointly offered by the Institute for Islamic Theology at the University of Osnabrück (Institut für Islamische Theologie IIT) and the Scientif...
In this summer, Gerdien Jonker wrote the foreword to the Perspektif issue "Migration im Gedächtnis - 60 Jahre Anwerbeabkommen mit der Türkei", which is published by Millî Görüş.
On its homepage, the service platform for journalists “MEDIENDIENST INTEGRATION” (Migration Media Service) published an article written by Mahmoud Jaraba. The EZIRE employee provides insights into the results of his research work of several years on Arab-Turkish or Kurdish extended families and "clan criminality".
The working group led by Beate Anam and Hadil Lababidi at the Erlangen Center for Islam and Law in Europe EZIRE at the Friedrich–Alexander University Erlangen–Nürnberg (FAU) is dedicated to historical and contemporary developments, discourses, and phenomena of Islamic-influenced medical ethics.
The changes in the political and economic constellations in Eurasia, the Middle East and North Africa make it indispensable to also take a look at the role of Turkey. A study project was dedicated to this task.
Martyrdom. A word behind which there are many ambiguities and questions. A word that is always accompanied by the question of the final word on life, a word which cannot be considered alone, but must rather be seen in a network of concepts such as bravery, love, courage, and determination.
In an interview in the Leipzig University magazine, Hatem Elliesie talks about his research into Muslim communities in Germany and public debates about the phenomenon of so-called “parallel societies”.