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Recent Posts

Announcement: California Rare Book School Intensive Courses, Summer and Fall 2015

Here is a sample of one of many courses being offered by the California Rare Book School this year. More courses and scholarship info can be found at http://www.calrbs.org/

Scholarship application is June 14, 2015 for the course below.

Week 1, August 3-7, Courses at UCLA

•             Born Digital/Digital Collections

•             Forgery in Manuscript & Printed Book (NEW)

•             Medieval & Renaissance Manuscripts

Lecture - Medieval and Renaissancee Medical Traditions in UCLA Collections - Alain Toiuwade

Though many subscribers will not be able to attend, this is a good reference of the collections at UCLA that may be ofuse to you.

Alan Touwaide - Knowledge without Frontiers - Medieval and Renaissance Medical Traditions in UCLA Collections

April 27, 2015
Royce Hall 306, 12pm

New Dissertation - Arabian Background of the Qur'an by Süleyman Dost

Please see the International Qur'anic Studies Association blog page, linked for your convenience below. The post is a short preface to his dissertation, that may provide those interested with valuable insight into the world of Arabia in Late Antiquity through the Early Middle Age and the field of Islamic/Qur'anic Studies.


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