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What is Islam? A Symposium in Memory of Shahab Ahmed (1966-2015) will take place on April 29, 2016 from 1-6:30pm in Boylston Hall at Harvard University. The symposium will feature Michael Cook, Noah Feldman, Cemal Kafadar, Gülru Necipoğlu, Parimal Patil, and Nicholas Watson, who will discuss the ways in which What is Islam? speaks to, affects, and/or challenges their respective fields of study.
The Faculty of Social Sciences of Charles University in Prague would like to invite you to the academic programme Summer University Prague 2016, taking place in Prague (Czech Republic) during September 2016 (September 10 – 25). Its topic is „Reconfiguring Europe: an Old Continent in a New Millennium”.
Mon 9 May 2016, 6.30pm-8pm
The Coventry/Dresden reconciliation project of 1965 was organised by Coventry Cathedral and the German organisation Aktion Sühnezeichen Friedensdienste (ASF). Its aim was to heal the wounds of a past war. Unknown to most of those involved, it became the means of making a new war less likely, of maintaining peace in Europe.