Lecture series - Aesthetics in Arabic- Theory and Practice (Silsila Center at New York University, 23-26 April 2018)

From: Finbarr Barry Flood <barry.flood@nyu.edu>
Date: 16 April 2018
 
Aesthetics in Arabic- Theory and Practice
A series of four lectures by Kamal Boullata and José Miguel Puerta Vílchez. 
April 23-26, at Silsila: Centre for Material Histories,  a new center at New York University dedicated to material histories of the Islamicate world,

Kyoto Asian Studies Group meeting April 23

Dear colleagues,

The speaker for the April meeting of the Kyoto Asian Studies Group is Irina Holca, who will present “Fact, Fiction, and Everything in Between: On Shimazaki Tōson’s Novels” (see abstract below).

 

The lecture will be held on Monday, April 23rd from 18:00-20:00 in Room 212 of the Fusokan on the Doshisha University Campus (see link below for access information).

 

Abstract

 

Fact, Fiction, and Everything in Between: On Shimazaki Tōson’s Novels

 

Lecture - “Transregional Connections: Architectural Monuments and the Construction of Early Modern Islamic Empires” Gulru Necipoglu, Harvard University (17 April 2018)

 
The Center for Middle East Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, presents
Transregional Connections:  Architectural Monuments and the Construction of Early Modern Islamic Empires
Tuesday, April 17th, 4:00pm, HSSB 6020 (IHC McCune Conference Room, University of California, Santa Barbara)
 
R. Stephen Humphreys Distinguished Visiting Scholar
Gülru Necipoğlu
Aga Khan Professor and Director of the Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture

Lecture - Technique du faire croire: Shiite Photography, the Ulema, and Virtual Devotional Practices during the Nasseri Period (Washington, DC, 11 April 2018)

Technique du faire croire
Shiite Photography, the Ulema, and Virtual Devotional Practices during the Nasseri Period
 
Speaker: Dr. P. Khosronejad

Lecture, UCSB: “Transregional Connections: Architectural Monuments and the Construction of Early Modern Islamic Empires” Gulru Necipoglu, Harvard University

The Center for Middle East Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, presents

Transregional Connections:  Architectural Monuments and the Construction of Early Modern Islamic Empires

Tuesday, April 17th, 4:00pm, HSSB 6020 (IHC McCune Conference Room, University of California, Santa Barbara)

 

R. Stephen Humphreys Distinguished Visiting Scholar

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