Posts Tagged ‘networks’

Crisis and Renewal in Late Medieval and Early Modern Islamicate History

Posted on December 14th, 2012 by Burçak Keskin-Kozat

February 28,2013, 3:30 PM, Encina Hall West, Room 208 (616 Serra Street) Workshop Series: “Early Modern Publics and Networks” Roundtable on Crisis and Renewal in Late Medieval and Early Modern Islamicate History Evrim Binbas (Royal Holloway University of London) Judith Pfeiffer (University of Oxford) Evrim Binbas (Royal Holloway University of London) is Lecturer in Early Modern Asian Empires […]

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Kathryn Babayan: “Libraries of the mind: Objects of Memory & Community in Early Modern Isfahan”

Posted on December 12th, 2012 by Burçak Keskin-Kozat

March 5,2013, 3:30 PM, CISAC Conference Room, 2nd Floor, Encina Hall Central (616 Serra Street) Workshop Series: “Early Modern Publics and Networks” Kathryn Babayan (University of Michigan), “Libraries of the mind: Objects of Memory & Community in Early Modern Isfahan” This paper is part of my book project that explores cultures of literacy and social practice, […]

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Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran

Posted on April 22nd, 2012 by Abbasi Staff

Robert Crews (Department of History) published two book chapters: “The Taliban and Nationalist Militancy in Afghanistan” (in Jeevan Deol and Zaheer Kazmi (eds.) Contextualizing Jihadi Thought, Columbia University Press, 2012),  and “Muslim Networks, Imperial Power, and the Local Politics of Qajar Iran” (in Tomohiko Uyama (ed.)  Asiatic Russia: Imperial Power in Regional and International Contexts, […]

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