Hybrid Event – "A Hidden Empire: Ibadi Control of the Trans-Saharan and Indian Ocean Slave Trades, c. 760–1055 CE" (NYU Silsila) – February 8

"A HIDDEN EMPIRE: IBADI CONTROL OF THE TRANS-SAHARAN AND INDIAN OCEAN SLAVE TRADES, c. 760-1055 CE"

Kristina Richardson, University of Virginia.

Online and in person at New York University's Hagop Kevorkian Centre, 50 Washington Square S, New York 100012

Wednesday, February 8th, 6:30pm EST

Part of the NYU Silsila Spring 2023 Program

CFP: UK Association for Art History - Vizazi vingi: Tanzanian Modern & Contemporary Art - extended deadline to 11 November

 [Posted on behalf of Elsbeth Court & Jonathan Shirland]

 

Update: The UK Association for Art History has extended the deadline to 11 November for the 

submission of proposals for papers to be presented at their annual conference 12-14 April to be held 

at University College, London.

 

Our panel:

Vizazi vingi: Tanzanian Modern & Contemporary Art in Regional & 

Globalizing Art Worlds is the only one that focuses on the history of the visual arts and heritage 

CFP: Vizazi vingi: Tanzanian Modern & Contemporary Art in Regional & Globalizing Art Worlds

ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2023, University College London
12-14 APRIL 2023

Deadline for submissions: 4 November 2022

Full details of the conference and sessions/ convenors can be found here: http://https://forarthistory.org.uk/conference/2023-annual-conference/

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