Alternative Perspectives of the Gülen Movement

Fethullah Gülen

A conference entitled "Islam in the Age of Global Challenges: Alternative Perspectives of the Gulen Movement" has been held on November 14-15, 2008 at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. Below are the full texts of the conference papers. Adobe's pdf versions of the papers as a whole can be found at conference web site.

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Generating an Understanding of Financial Resources in the Gülen Movement: Kimse Yok mu Foundation Doğan Koç
Gülen-inspired Schools in the East Africa: Secular Alternative in Kenya and Pragmatist Approach to Development in Uganda Mehmet Kalyoncu
Redefining "Us" and "Them": Gülen's Approach to Transformation of Perceptions between Muslims and Non-Muslims Karina Korostelina
Unresolved Concerns of Women in the Modern Age: How Does the Gülen Movement Contribute to the Women Question? Gülsüm Gürbüz Küçüksari
Gülen's Dialogic Sufism: A Constructional and Constructive Factor of Dialogue Heon Choul Kim
M. Fethullah Gülen: A Preacher of Piety and Integrity of Action: A Study in Analogy Between the Gülen Movement and the Clapham Circle Lynn Mitchell
An Alternative Approach to Preventing Ethnic Conflict: The Role of the Gülen’s Schools in Strengthening the Delicate Relations Between Turkey and the Iraqi Kurds with Particular Reference to the "Kirkuk Crisis" Harun Akyol
Seeds of Peace: Solidarity, Aid, and Education Shared by the Gülen Movement in Southeastern Turkey Martha Ann Kirk
Islamic Himmah and Christian Charity: An Attempt at Inter-Faith Dialogue Dr. Özgüç Orhan
Fighting Poverty with Kimse Yok Mu Thomas Michel, S.J.
Women in Islam: Muslim Perspectives and Fethullah Gülen M. Sait Yavuz
The Gülen Movement: Gender and Practice Patrick Hällzon
Fethullah Gülen and the Concept of Responsibility Simon Robinson
Defining Ethos in Global Values Education Phyllis J. Robinson
Interreligious Dialogue as a Spiritual Practice John Borelli