Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations

MODMDEST 315: Reading al-Manar in the Interwar Period

Instructor: Malika Zeghal 

Meeting approximately every other week, students will establish digital maps and databases based on al-Manar and other periodicals in Morocco, Tunisia, and Egypt in the Inter War Period. Enrollment only by instructor's permission.

ISLAMCIV 218/RELIGION 2810: Islamic Institutions - Middle East & Beyond: Modern Transformations & Debates (19th-21st centuries)

Instructor: Malika Zeghal 

This graduate seminar explores the transformation of Islamic institutions in the modern period, such as religious endowments (Awqaf), sharia courts, and Islamic education. We will engage with the historiography of these institutions and with primary...

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ISLAMCIV 145B/HDS 3602B: Introduction to Islamic Philosophy and Theology: The Modern Period (19th and 20th centuries)

Instructor: Khaled El-Rouayheb

Description:

The course is a continuation of Islamic Civilizations 145a but may be taken independently. It explores the thought of some of the major Islamic philosophers and theologians in the 19th and 20th centuries: Muhammad Abduh,...

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2021 Oct 22

Lecture: “Three Moons, Water Buffalo Skins, & Digital Codicology: Snapshots of Ibadi Muslim Manuscript Cultures in North Africa" by Paul Love

12:00pm to 1:30pm

Location: 

via Zoom

“Three Moons, Water Buffalo Skins, & Digital Codicology:   Snapshots of Ibadi Muslim Manuscript Cultures in North Africa" by Paul Love, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Al Akhawayn University, Morocco

 

with comments by Matthew Steele (NELC, Havard) and Kathryn Schwartz (History, U Mass Amherst)

Sponsored by the Mahindra Humanities Center Seminar in Book History at Harvard

 

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MODMDEST 315: Reading al-Manar in the Interwar Period

Instructor: Malika Zeghal 

Meeting approximately every other week, students will establish digital maps and databases based on al-Manar and other periodicals in Morocco, Tunisia, and Egypt in the Inter War Period. Enrollment only by instructor's permission.

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