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Workshop KCL Patterns of Argumentation in Late Antique and Early Islamic Interreligious Debates

Workshop King's College London 
 20-22 February 2014
 Patterns of Argumentation in Late Antique and Early Islamic
 Interreligious Debates
 Organised by Yannis Papadogiannakis and Barbara Roggema --
 ERC PROJECT ‘Defining Belief and Identities in the Eastern
 Mediterranean: The Role of Interreligious Debate and
 Interaction (6th-8th c.

Query: Jews and Christians in Maliki Law‏

Dear all,

I'd be grateful for bibliographic references regarding the status of Jews and Christians in Maliki law.

Thanks in advance for your help.

Best wishes,

Liran Yadgar
Ph.D. Candidate
Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
The University of Chicago
Academia.edu website: http://chicago.academia.edu/LiranYadgar

How to use the new system

Dear H-MEMbers

By now you will have noticed that all H-Net's lists, including H-MEM, are being moved to a new system, the Commons. You will have received emails about this from the helpdesk in the past couple of weeks, but I see that there is still some confusion so I thought it would be best to give you the important points here. I would be extremely grateful if you could read through this message. Please keep in mind that H-MEM has more than 1000 subscribers and having to deal with individual issues is very time consuming, as I'm sure you understand.

CFP: Muslim Subjects and Clients (MESA, 22-25 November 2014, Washington)

The Mediterranean Seminar is seeking proposal for two proposed panels, on "Muslim Subjects and Clients in the Pre-Modern Christian Mediterranean,” organized by Abigail Balbale [Bard Graduate Center/University of Massachusetts Boston] and Brian Catlos [Religious Studies, CU Boulder/Humanities, UC Santa Cruz] to be submitted for consideration for the annual meeting of the Middle East Studies Association to be held November 22-25 in Washington DC. Prof.

CfP: 7th Annual OASIES Graduate Student Conference

**Deadline extended to February 18, 2014**

The Organization for the Advancement of Studies of Inner Eurasian
Societies at Columbia University, New York University, and Princeton
University is pleased to announce its 7th Annual Graduate Student

To be held:

Saturday, March 29, 2014
International Affairs Building, Room 1512
Columbia University

"The Hinge of the World: Connections, Networks, and Linkages in Inner Eurasia"

Inner Eurasia has been and continues to be particularly fertile