Pontifical Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies
Institut pontifical d'études arabes et d'islamologie (IPEA)
Pontificio Istituto di Studi Arabi e d'Islamistica (PISAI)
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1926, Manouba (Tunisia), by Society of Missionaries of Africa (White Fathers). Name changed, 1931, to Institut des belles lettres arabes (IBLA). Became, 19 Mar 1960, Institut pontifical d'études orientales. When the office was transferred to Rome (Italy), 1964, received the name of Institut pontifical d'études arabes -- Pontificio Istituto di Studi Arabi. Present title officially adopted 5 Mar 1988.
Train students from an intellectual and spiritual point of view in the specific theological and cultural aspects of Islam so as to equip them to undertake informed dialogue with Muslims in academic, civil and religious-pastoral settings.Available with paid subscription only.
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