Festival of Arab Culture - Syria and Yemen: Making Art Today (British Museum, 7th July 2019)

Shubbak Festival of Contemporary Arab Culture & The British Museum Present:
Syria and Yemen: making art today

Sunday 7 July 2019,
10.30–16.30 
Stevenson Lecture Theatre 

 

Since 2011, Syria and Yemen have witnessed unprecedented destruction and degradation of art and cultural infrastructure, in addition to humanitarian crisis, as a result of the ongoing conflicts in both these countries.

Call for Submissions: Syrian Studies Association Prizes for Outstanding Book and Article on Syria

 

posted from H-Mideast-Medieval

Call for Submissions: Syrian Studies Association Prizes for Outstanding Book 

In order to promote and highlight excellence in research, the Syrian Studies Association awards annual prizes for the best writing on Bilad al-Sham until 1918 and on Syria in the period following. 

In 2019, the SSA seeks submissions for the most outstanding book published between July 1, 2017 and June 30, 2019, and the most outstanding article or book chapter published between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019.

Call for Submissions: Syrian Studies Association Prizes for Outstanding Book and Article on Syria

In order to promote and highlight excellence in research, the Syrian Studies Association awards annual prizes for the best writing on Bilad al-Sham until 1918 and on Syria in the period following. 

Announcement - CAA panel of interest, “BANNED: Challenges to International Engagement in the Visual Arts in the Age of Trump"

From: Frederick Asher <asher@umn.edu>
Date: 3 February 2019
 
BANNED: Challenges to International Engagement in the Visual Arts in the Age of Trump (Offsite - The Museum of Modern Art)
 

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