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Middle East History Group

                          Lent Term 2017

The Cambridge Middle East History Group draws together expertise from around the University of Cambridge on the history of the Middle East. It is based in the Faculty of History but also works closely with the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.

All seminars meet on Tuesdays at 5.30 in the Sir Arthur Quiller Couch Room, Old Divinity School, St John’s College unless otherwise indicated (*).

All welcome
Wine and refreshments will be served

 

All seminars meet on Tuesdays at 5.30 in the Sir Arthur Quiller Couch Room, Old Divinity School, St John’s College unless otherwise indicated 

 

All welcome

Wine and refreshments will be served

 

24 January

Corisande Fenwick (UCL)

‘Conquest to Conversion: Archaeology, Religion and the State in Early Islamic North Africa’ 

 

Thursday 2 February

Joas Wagemakers (Utrecht)

‘The “Fortress Factor”: Explaining Salafism and its Appeal’

 

7 March

Mezna Qato (Cambridge)

‘Schools in Exile: Pedagogical Fugitivity and Social Mobility in a Palestinian Classroom, 1948-1967’

 

Convenors:

Andrew Arsan
Simon Wolfgang Fuchs
Christian Sahner

The Group is grateful for the financial support of the Trevelyan Fund.

 

Lent term 2017 programme - print version

 

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Inaugural lecture

All seminars meet on Tuesdays at 5.30 in the Sir Arthur Quiller Couch Room, Old Divinity School, St John’s College unless otherwise indicated 

 

All welcome

Wine and refreshments will be served

 

24 January

Corisande Fenwick (UCL)

‘Conquest to Conversion: Archaeology, Religion and the State in Early Islamic North Africa’ 

 

Thursday 2 February

Joas Wagemakers (Utrecht)

‘The “Fortress Factor”: Explaining Salafism and its Appeal’

 

7 March

Mezna Qato (Cambridge)

‘Schools in Exile: Pedagogical Fugitivity and Social Mobility in a Palestinian Classroom, 1948-1967’

 

Convenors:

Andrew Arsan

Simon Wolfgang Fuchs

Christian Sahner

 

The Group is grateful for the financial support of the Trevelyan Fund.

 

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