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Recent Content

Lecture - Dr Nourane ben Azzouna, "From Literature to Palaeography. Two Centuries of Research on Islamic Calligraphy," London, 26 April 2017

From: Rosalind Wade Haddon <osalindhaddon@gmail.com>
Date: 24 April 2017
The Islamic Art Circle at SOAS, University of London, is delighted to announce that this month's speaker is Dr Nourane ben Azzouna, Associate Professor, University of Strasbourg, France, who will give an illustrated talk entitled 

Online Resource - The Art and Material Culture of Iranian Shiism

Iranian and Persian Gulf Studies (IPGS), Oklahoma State University.
Dr. Ali Fazel "Visual Archive, Media Collection and Digital Resources"
The Art and Material Culture of Iranian Shiism (St. Antony's College, University of Oxford, July 7th-8th, 2006) remains one of the major programs regarding Visual Studies and Material Religion of Iranian Shiism in the West, organized by Prof. J. W. Allan and Dr.

Book Announcement - Corpus of Ottoman Inscriptions from Albania and Montenegro

New Book Announcement:

Corpus of Ottoman Inscriptions from Albania and Montenegro

By Mehmet Tütüncü



ISBN  978-90-6921-010-0

SOTA Publications, 2017 Haarlem, Netherlands. 

With 175 illustrations and 1 map.

312 pages.

Price: € 59,99.

Award and Lecture - George T. Scanlon Graduate Student Award in Arab and Islamic Civilizations (Cairo, 22 April 2017)

The American University in Cairo
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Department of Arab and Islamic Civilizations
The George T. Scanlon Graduate Student Award in Arab and Islamic Civilizations
First Award Ceremony and Reception 
Saturday 22 April, 2017
Oriental Hall, AUC Tahrir Square Campus