The MIDA-project rests on the premise that digitisation and technological innovations have a tremendous impact on Islam, the effects of which are diverse and ubiquitous. They include first and foremost modes of expression and communication of religious messages and traditions and modes of engagement with society. Digitisation and concurrent innovations as they emerged in the past decades belong to the list of comparable fundamental technological transformations in human history such as the invention of paper, printing technology, steam power, electricity and telecommunication, which constituted major upheavals, even if these were not experienced in all societies and by everyone at the same time, in the same way.
Una de sus sedes, la Casa del Chapiz, se puede visitar de lunes a domingo en el siguiente horario:
[1 mayo/14 septiembre]
De 9.00 a 14.30h. y 17.00 a 20.30h.
[15 septiembre/30 abril]
De 10.00 a 17.00h.
Precio de la visita, 2 € / Niños hasta 12 años, gratis
Domingo, entrada gratuita