The European Conference of Iranian Studies (ECIS) is one of Europe’s largest conferences in Iranian Studies. It is held every four years and organized by the Societas Iranologica Europaea (SIE). Continue reading
Transcultural Interplay through Art and Social Life: Iranian Diaspora in Europe and beyond
The conference plans to deepen the notion of the Transcultural in relation to ‘Iranian’ artistic matters. Emphasis is put on investigations into the richness and complexity of artistic expression and the reciprocal effects and correlations that can be observed between the arts and in social life generally.
Iranian manuscripts in Manichean script
A catalogue of the Iranian manuscripts in Manichean script in the German Turfan collection” von Mary Boyce, 1960 ist neu in unserer Open Access Sammlung MENAdoc.
The catalogue gives a complete list of the preserved Iranian fragments in a comprehensive system of individual signatures.
Symposia Iranica is a dedicated, multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed platform open to emerging scholars working on any aspect of Iranian or Persian Studies within the arts, humanities, and social sciences.
The conference will be held at the Department of Iranian Studies, Leiden University, Netherlands.
Papers should touch upon Sino-Iranian relations in one of the following areas:
International relations, international political economy of Iran and China across the New Silk Roads (Belt and Road Initiative), Sino-Iranian diplomatic, military, security, or energy relations; China and Iran in relation to third parties such as Turkey, Saudi Arabia, US, Russia, India, Pakistan, or the EU; Sino-Iranian historical, cultural, or civilizational Interactions, Sino-Iranian artistic, literary, and religious interactions throughout history.
Deadline for abstracts: September 25, 2018
Reconstructing neighborhoods destroyed in war involves two aspects which are both interrelated and interdependent:
From the technical perspective issues as mapping the damages, developing strategic plans for reconstruction, restoration and renovation of buildings and infrastructures, and, in the process, possibly archeological examinations.
From the social perspective it involves questions pertaining to the social fabric of the destroyed neighborhoods.