2005-06 Events

  • Timur Kuran: Economic Underdevelopment of the Middle East: Institutional Causes
    Monday, 19 June 2006 at 08:00 PM in Building 260, Room 113

    Timur Kuran, Professor of Economics, King Faisal Professor of Islamic Thought and Culture, University of Southern California

  • Sharon Hutchinson: How an International Human Rights Monitoring Mission in Sudan Inadvertently Contributed to the Perpetuation of Military Violence Against Civilians
    Thursday, 03 November 2005 at 04:15 PM in Stanford Humanities Center, Board Room

    Sharon Hutchinson, Professor of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin. Global Justice Workshop Seminar

  • Sharon Hutchinson: Religion and Geopolitics in Sudan’s Conflicts: Myths and Realities
    Wednesday, 02 November 2005 at 08:00 PM in Stanford Humanities Center, Levinthal Hall

    Sharon Hutchinson*, Professor of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin.

  • Talal Asad: Connecting Law, Religion and Ethics in the Story of Egyptian Modernization
    Wednesday, 26 October 2005 at 08:00 PM in Building 160 (Wallenberg Hall)

    Talal Asad*, Professor of Anthropology, the City University of New York, Graduate Center.

  • Kecia Ali: Women, Slaves, and Marriage in an Early Hanafi Polemical Text, the Kitab al-Hujjah
    Tuesday, 18 October 2005 at 12:00 PM in Encina Hall West, Room 202

    Kecia Ali, Florence Levy Kay Fellow in Islamic Studies and Women's Studies, Brandeis University.

  • Kecia Ali: Acting on her own behalf’: Women, Marriage, and Legal Personhood in Islamic Law
    Monday, 17 October 2005 at 08:00 PM in Stanford Humanities Center, Levinthal Hall

    Kecia Ali*, Florence Levy Kay Fellow in Islamic Studies and Women's Studies, Brandeis University. "'Acting on her own behalf’: Women, Marriage, and Legal Personhood in Islamic Law", Stanford Humanities Center: Levinthal Hall.

  • Miriam Cooke: Syrian Cinema and State-Sponsored Dissidence
    Monday, 10 October 2005 at 05:00 PM in Building 260, Room 113

    Miriam Cooke, Duke University. "Syrian Cinema and State-Sponsored Dissidence", Building 260 (Pigott Hall), Room 113. Reception will follow. (Co-sponsored by Modern Thought and Literature, the Media Studies Program, the History Department)

  • Bruce Lawrence: On the Trail of O.B.L.: Analyzing the Political Rhetoric of Osama Bin Laden’s Writings and Speeches
    Monday, 10 October 2005 at 12:00 PM in Building 460, Room 126

    Bruce Lawrence, Nancy and Jeffrey Marcus Humanities Professor of Religion, Duke University

  • John Bowen: How to Study Islam As Religion and in Society
    Friday, 07 October 2005 at 12:00 PM in Okimoto Room, 3rd FLoor, Encina Hall East

    John Bowen, Dunbar-Van Cleve Professor in Arts & Sciences, Department of Anthropology, Washington University, St. Louis

  • Justifying Islamic Pluralism: Reflections from Indonesia and France
    Thursday, 06 October 2005 at 08:00 AM

    John Bowen, Dunbar-Van Cleve Professor in Arts & Sciences, Department of Anthropology, Washington University, St. Louis