Visible and Invisible Borders Between Christians and Muslims in the Early Modern World

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Type: 
Conference
Date: 
January 10, 2020 to January 11, 2020
Location: 
Hungary
Subject Fields: 
Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Diplomacy and International Relations, Islamic History / Studies, Medieval and Byzantine History / Studies

Open call for a CONFERENCE: “Visible and Invisible Borders Between Christians and Muslims in the Early Modern World”

The conference is part of the COST-Action “Islamic Legacy: East, West, North South of the Mediterranean (1350- 1750) 

https://is-le.eu

 

This conference aims to bring together an international group of scholars studying visible and invisible borders between Christians and Muslims in the early modern world in order to put distinct historiographical traditions into conversation with each other. It seeks to probe the overlaps, opportunities, and limitations of a comparative approach to borders and use the juxtaposition of thematically and temporally overlapping but spatially divergent case studies to raise questions of methodology, definitions, and future directions for research.

 

Dates: January 10-11, 2020.

Place: Central European University, Budapest (Hungary)

Deadline for applications: 22ndOctober 2019

 

For more information please visit the link: https://is-le.eu/calls/conferences/

Contact Info: 

Scientific Coordinators: Robyn Dora RADWAY (radwayr@ceu.edu), Gábor KÁRMÁN (karman.gabor@btk.mta.hu) and Ferenc TÓTH (toth.ferenc@btk.mta.hu)

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