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I'd be grateful for bibliographic references regarding the status of Jews and Christians in Maliki law.
Thanks in advance for your help.
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**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
"The Hinge of the World: Connections, Networks, and Linkages in Inner Eurasia"
Inner Eurasia has been and continues to be particularly fertile