Author: 
Mohammed Gharipour, ed.
Reviewer: 
Nancy Demerdash-Fatemi

Demerdash-Fatemi on Gharipour, 'Sacred Precincts: The Religious Architecture of Non-Muslim Communities across the Islamic World'


Mohammed Gharipour, ed. Sacred Precincts: The Religious Architecture of Non-Muslim Communities across the Islamic World. Leiden: Brill, 2015. xxxviii + 542 pp. $254.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-90-04-27906-3.

Reviewed by Nancy Demerdash-Fatemi (Princeton University)
Published on H-AMCA (April, 2017)
Commissioned by Jessica Gerschultz

JOB: Associate Director of Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies & Mediterranean Studies Forum (Stanford University)

Editor's note: At H-Levant, we post jobs each week that are relevant to our readers' interests and expertise, in a digest format. These jobs are tagged with keywords set to this group's interests in the H-Net Jobs system, and we vet them to be certain they are relevant to H-Levant. Sometimes, however, jobs are not tagged in the H-Net system to automatically come to our attention. I have just seen this new listing on my own and, because of its direct relevance to H-Levant's expertise, I am posting it here. -- Nancy L. Stockdale, co-editor of H-Levant

HSSC 2017 Book Awards Application Deadline August 1, 2017

The Historical Society of Southern California offers three book awards each year. Applications for the 2017 Awards are due August 1, 2017. Books must be published in 2015 or 2016. Awards will be presented at the HSSC annual conference in 2018. The awards include:

The Norman Neuerburg Award which is presented to the author with the best book on California history that emphasizes the 19th century or earlier.

The Martin Ridge Award which is presented to the author with the best book on California history that emphasizes the twentieth century onward.

International Conference: “100 years since the Russian Revolution” -RussRevUGR17- (Granada, November 15-17th, 2017)

The Organizing Committee is pleased to announce the International Conference "100 years since the Russian Revolutions" to be held at the University of Granada, November 15-17, 2017. The Conference's main goals are to promote multidisciplinary research on this crucial period of modern history and to bring together researchers and scholars interested in the conference topics:

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