The work ‘ʿAbbāsid administrative legacy in the Seljuq world‘ byJürgen Paul, originally published in Hamburg 2015, is now available Open Access on MENAdoc.
The Research Group “Multiple Secularities – Beyond the West, Beyond Modernities” is hosting a ‘Workshop on Emergent Spheres of the Secular in Colonial Asia‘ from 26-28 September 2017. To attend, please register until 15 September via Mail to Mr. Johannes Duschka.
You can find the full programme here: Continue reading
Volume 51 of the Bibliotheca Islamica ‘Ibāḍism east of Mesopotamia : early Islamic Iran, Central Asia and India‘ by ʿAbd-ar-Raḥmān Ibn-Sulaimān as-Sālimī is now available Open Access on MENAdoc.
The Research Group Multiple Secularities of Leipzig University is holding a Workshop titled ‘Muslim Secularities: Explorations into Concepts of Distinction and Practices of Differentiation‘ from 18-20 June 2017. The Keynotes are public, but registration is required to attend the paper discussions.
Please find the full programme here.
The European Centre for the Study of Extremism is hosting a conference on ‘Syria: Six Years On- From Destruction to Reconstruction‘ from 5-6 April 2017. The Call for Papers is open until 6 March 2017. The Programme will be added as soon as it is available.
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The DFG-Research Group “Multiple Secularities – Beyond the West, Beyond Modernities” (Leipzig University) invites you to a public lecture on ‘Religion and Politics in Iran: Historical Contexts and Contemporary Dilemmas‘ on 6 February 2017. The lecture will take place in the Bibliotheca Albertina and will be held by Nahid Mozaffari. You can find the Lecutre Poster here.
“Iran is the only country which has experienced two revolutions, a repressive secular authoritarian regime, several short-lived foreign occupations, two coup d’états, a protracted war with an aggressor neighbor, several popular uprisings, and a repressive theocratic regime—all since the early 20th century.
What is the impact of this turbulent history on the political, social, and cultural realities of contemporary Iran? How do recent trends and events in the world affect the political landscape and the lives of the Iranian people?
After the presentation the floor will be open for discussion.”
Volume 21 of the Istanbuler Texte und Studien ‘Contacts and controversies between Muslims, Jews and Christians in the Ottoman Empire and pre-modern Iran‘, edited by Camilla Adang and Sabine Schmidtke, is now available Open Access on MENAdoc.
The Iranian Studies Initiative is holding a lecture on ‘Re-Narrating Iran: Re-Articulating Culture, History and Politics with Ajam and Bidoun’ on 1 December 2016.