Islamic World Graduate Seminar
Lauren Morry – Anglicanism and Islam in Pluralist Britain
Ani Shahinian – The Martyrdom of Awag Salmastec‘i (1390): An inquiry into business relations between Christians-Muslims in Salmast, Iran and Bałeš, Lake Van Region in Late Medieval Armenia
The Islamic World Seminar is a place where graduate students from various faculties working on any aspect of the Islamic World (including Zoroastrianism, Judaism, eastern Christianity, etc.) can practice presentations, prepare their M.Phil. or M.St. dissertations, and get feedback on D.Phil. chapters and article ideas. It is a friendly and welcoming environment for graduate students, with professors and lecturers discouraged from attending unless otherwise requested by the speaker.
4 December 2019, 13:00 (Wednesday, 8th week, Michaelmas 2019)
Oriental Institute, 11 Pusey Lane OX1 2LE
Lecture Room 1
Members of the University only