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Call for Papers: 3rd Annual Symposium for The Islamic & Middle Eastern Studies (TIMES) Post-Graduate Forum

The Islamic & Middle Eastern Studies (TIMES) Forum invites proposals for individual papers on any aspect or sub-discipline of Islamic and/or Middle Eastern Studies for its 3rd Annual Symposium on Wednesday 12th June 2019 at the University of Birmingham, supported by the Theology & Religion Department, UOB. The keynote speaker will be Prof Charles Burnett, professor of the History of Islamic Influences in Europe.

 

New Issue: Nazariyat Journal for the History of Islamic Philosophy and Sciences (4/3)

Dear members of the list, 
 
The new issue for Nazariyat Journal for the History of Islamic Philosophy and Sciences (4/3) has been released. Articles and reviews can be reached through the following link, as the journal is open-access. 
 
 
ARTICLES
Is it Possible to Speak of an Illuminationist Circle in the Ottoman Scholarly World?

CFP: Roundtable on Trading Knowledge in the Global Middle Ages—AHA 2020 NYC (deadline soon!)

We are looking to add a few more panelists before the deadline—please send abstracts soon—deadline fast approaching.
 
CFP: Roundtable on Trading Knowledge in the Global Middle Ages
 
Organizer: Joel Blecher
 
* How did knowledge—in both elite and popular forms—move across land, seas, and oceans before the onset of modern globalization? And how did the transmission of knowledge interplay with long-distance trade routes, flows of commodities, capital, and other forms of economic exchange?

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