Online Workshop – "People of the Desert: Nomadic Networks and the Spread and Practice of Islam" – 28 October

THIRD ḤAJAR ONLINE WORKSHOP, 28 OCTOBER 2022

 

People of the Desert: Nomadic Networks and the Spread and Practice of Islam

15:45 -19:00 (CET time)
Chairs: Irina Shingiray (University of Oxford) and José C. Carvajal López (University of Leicester)


15:45 Case studies

José C. Carvajal López (University of Leicester)

Nomads of Qatar? The emergence of Bedouin communities in the Persian-Arabian Gulf

Ab Imperio, 1/2021: Norm: Diversity as a Natural Order of Things and Lived Experience

 

Hot off the press: Ab Imperio, 1/2021

https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/44509

Norm: Diversity as a Natural Order of Things and Lived Experience

Норма: разнообразие как привычный порядок вещей и жизненный опыт

Diversity: The Elusiveness of “Business as Usual”.

Ab Imperio, 1/2021: Norm: Diversity as a Natural Order of Things and Lived Experience

 

Hot off the press: Ab Imperio, 1/2021

https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/44509

Norm: Diversity as a Natural Order of Things and Lived Experience

Норма: разнообразие как привычный порядок вещей и жизненный опыт

Diversity: The Elusiveness of “Business as Usual”.

Ab Imperio 4/2020 Groupness and Its Discontent: Historical Visions of the “Post” Order

AI 4/2020Groupness and Its Discontent: Historical Visions of the “Post” Order
Недовольство группностью: исторические образы пост-порядка

From the EDITORS: The Language of Groupness and Its Discontent: Envisioning New Forms of Narrating the Past

Ab Imperio 4/2020 Groupness and Its Discontent: Historical Visions of the “Post” Order

AI 4/2020Groupness and Its Discontent: Historical Visions of the “Post” Order
Недовольство группностью: исторические образы пост-порядка

From the EDITORS: The Language of Groupness and Its Discontent: Envisioning New Forms of Narrating the Past

Latest issue Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology (21/2 April 2020) now online

The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology vol. 21, issue 2, 2020

https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rtap20/current

 

 

Articles

Rooted Cosmopolitanism and Transversal Politics: South Korean

(Non-)Expatriate Parents in China and Their Choice of Schools

Xiao Ma

 

Buddhism, Nomadism, and the Making of New Religio-Political Places: Deleuzian Thought About Borderlands, Movement and Itinerant a/Theology

James Taylor

 

Exhibition: From Pastoral Nomadism to Global Urbanism: The Complex Journey of Kalmyks in America and Russia

Exhibition: From Pastoral Nomadism to Global Urbanism: The Complex Journey of Kalmyks in America and Russia

The Douglass Library is proud to host the exhibition "From Pastoral Nomadism to Global Urbanism: The Complex Journey of Kalmyks in America and Russia" from January 20 through March 31, 2017. The exhibition opening and a program will take place on January 20, 6-8 PM in the Mabel Smith Douglass Room.

 

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