Tabbara, Nayla

Prof. Dr. Nayla Tabbara will be a panellist at the panel discussion during the Policy & Practice Plenary on Friday, 11 June 2021. For more information, please click here.

Prof. Dr. Nayla Tabbara is the Chairperson and founding member of Adyan, Foundation for Diversity, Solidarity and Human Dignity. She is also a co-president of Religions for Peace, and member of the Executive Committee of its World Council.
She holds a PhD in Science of Religions from Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (Sorbonne-Paris) and Saint Joseph University (Beirut) and is a university professor in Religious and Islamic Studies at Saint Joseph University, Beirut. She is also a muslim woman theologian and has publications in the fields of Islamic theology of other religions, Islamic Feminism, Education on interreligious and intercultural diversity, Qur’anic exegesis and Sufism. She works on curricula development (formal and non-formal) on multifaith education, inclusive citizenship and Freedom of Religion or Belief.
She has received the Gold Medal of the French Renaissance Award and the Special Jury award of the Fr. Jacques Hamel Prize, the Ecritures et Spiritualités Award and the Academie des Sciences d’Outre mer award for her book L’islam pensé par une femme (Bayard, 2018).

Tabbara, Nayla : A woman’s interpretation of Islam (in French : L’islam pensé par une femme). Paris, Bayard, 2018
Tabbara, Nayla : The spiritual path according to sufi commentaries of the Qur’an (In French : L’itinéraire spirituel d’après les commentaires soufis du Coran). Paris, Vrin, 2018.
Daou, Fadi and Tabbara, Nayla: Divine hospitality: Christian and Muslim Theologies of the other, WCC publications, 2017 (also published in Arabic, French and German);
Tabbara, Nayla (editor): What about the other: a question for intercultural education in the 21st century, Beirut, 2012. (in Arabic)
Tabbara, Nayla (editor): Islamic Studies in the Contemporary world: a cross cultural challenge (ed.), Beirut, 2016. (in Arabic)
Spivak, Dimitri and Tabbara, Nayla (Editors) Christianity and Islam in the context of contemporary culture: Perspectives of interfaith dialogue from Russia and the Middle-East. Unesco publication, 2010,


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