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Workshop: 'Textiles & Identity in the Medieval and Εarly Modern Mediterranean: paradigms of contexts and cross-cultural exchanges'

Workshop ogranised under the aegis of the British School at Athens and hosted by the Museum of Islamic Art (Benaki)

Textiles & Identity in the Medieval and Εarly Modern Mediterranean: paradigms of contexts and cross-cultural exchanges

Conference, May 4, 2016, Cultural and Social Encounters in Islamic Asia, c. 1600-c. 1800, Nehemia Levtzion Center for Islamic Studies, Mount Scopus, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Dear Colleagues,

The details are -

                                                      Cultural and Social Encounters in Islamic Asia, c. 1600-c. 1800
                                                           Nehemia Levtzion Centre for Islamic Studies                                                  

New Book Series on Microhistory by Routledge

Dear Colleagues, 

Sorry for the multiple postings.  I am writing to draw your attention to a new book series on microhistory by Routledge (see announcement below).  We are seeking proposals and I am hoping to get Middle Eastern and Islamic history represented. Please forward to your colleagues and departments. 

Thank you,

Dana Sajdi

 

Contacts of prof. De Jong

Dear Members,

for my research about the relations between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia in the late 19th century I would like to contact prof. De Jong.

Can anyone help me to reach him?

thank you in advance for your kind help.

 

Best regards,

Michele Petrone

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