NYUAD Humanities Research Fellowships for the Study of the Arab World

The Humanities Research Fellowship for the Study of the Arab World program, in collaboration with the Archives and Special Collections of the NYUAD Library, is awarding a limited number of travel awards to scholars interested in research within the Arab Heritage and Gulf Crossroads collections.

These travel grants may be used for research for Ph.D. dissertations, MA and undergraduate theses, publications, and other projects. 

Webinar – "THE SOUNDS OF THE DALĀʾIL AL-KHAYRĀT AND ITS HARAMAYN IMAGES" (Silsila NYU) – November 2

Submitted by Barry Flood:

New York University, Silsila: Center for Material Histories

"THE SOUNDS OF THE DALĀʾIL AL-KHAYRĀT AND ITS HARAMAYN IMAGES"

Sabiha Göloğlu, University of Michigan & University of Hamburg

Part of the Silsila Fall 2022 series, Body and Senses

Wednesday, November 2nd 12.30-2.30 EDT

Hybrid Workshop – "BODY AS MACHINE: MECHANICAL DEVICES IN ISLAMIC LANDS" Silsila Fall 2022 Series, Body and Senses, event co-sponsored by NYU's Hagop Kevorkian Center

Submitted by Barry Flood:

Workshop "BODY AS MACHINE: MECHANICAL DEVICES IN ISLAMIC LANDS" Silsila Fall 2022 Series, Body and Senses, event co-sponsored by NYU's Hagop Kevorkian Center

Webinar – "Baraka Bodies: Presence, Absence, and Object Agency in South Asian Shi'i Materiality" (NYU Silsila) – October 12

Submitted by Barry Flood:

New York University, Silsila: Center for Material Histories

"BARAKA BODIES: PRESENCE, ABSENCE, AND OBJECT AGENCY IN SOUTH ASIAN SHIʿI MATERIALITY"

[Silsila Fall 2022 Series]


Karen Ruffle, University of Toronto

Wednesday, October 12th, 12:30pm EDT

[Webinar] Silsila Fall 2022 Lecture Series, Body and Senses

Call for Applications - Graduate Student Research Workshop

Call for Applications - Graduate Student Research Workshop 

“New Directions in the Study of the Arab World”

March 4-8, 2023 

 

The NYU Abu Dhabi Humanities Research Fellowship for the Study of the Arab World program invites applications for its second Graduate Student Research Workshop to be hosted in spring 2023 at NYU Abu Dhabi.

Webinar – Modern Men and Amateurs of Antiquities: Collecting Practice in 19th-century Ottoman Tunisia – March 30

Submitted by Lola Owoseni:

New York University, Silsila: Center for Material Histories

 

MODERN MEN AND AMATEURS OF ANTIQUITIES: COLLECTING PRACTICE IN 19th-CENTURY OTTOMAN TUNISIA

POSITION> Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Buddhist Studies, NYU

The Department of Religious Studies in the Faculty of Arts and Science at New York University invites applications for an appointment as an Assistant Professor on the tenure track for the Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation New Professorship in Buddhist Studies. The appointment will begin September 1, 2021.  We seek applicants whose area of empirical research lies in East Asian Buddhisms: Chinese, Japanese, Korean and/or Tibetan.  The ideal candidate will combine a grasp of the classical textual tradition with a serious engagement of the theoretical study of religion.

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