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Iraqi Studies: Past, Present, and Future
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Submitted by Jirair Christianian, General Editor, The Christian Architecture of the Levant
SMS 2020, NICOSIA, CYPRUS
The Seventh Conference of the School of Mamluk Studies will be held at the Centre for Visual Arts and Research in Nicosia, Cyprus, July 2–4, 2020.
Guest convener: Georg Christ, University of Manchester.
The conference will be conducted in two parts and will be preceded by a three-day (June 29–July 1, 2020) intensive course on Venetian sources concerning trade in Mamluk territories and Cyprus, taught by Professor Benjamin Arbel, Tel Aviv University.