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کنفرانس BRAIS 2017: برنامه موقت
BAIS Conference 2017: Provisional Programme

کمیته کنفرانسBRAIS  برنامه موقت خود را برای کنفرانس BRAIS 2017  اعلام کرد. BRAIS 2017  به میزبانی دانشگاه چستر و در تاریخ 11 تا 13 آوریل 2017 برگزار خواهد شد.

این کمیته تاکید کرده است که برنامه معرفی شده موقت است و امکان تغییر دارد.

برای کسب اطلاعات بیشتر و عضویت در کنفرانس به اینجا مراجعه فرمائید.

5pm Tuesday 11th – 5pm Thursday 13th April, 2017
University of Chester, Parkgate Road Campus

Day 1: Tuesday 11th April

17.00 – 17.30: Conference Registration

17.30 – 19.00: Welcome and Session One: Plenary (Lecture Room)

The Sociology of Islam: Promise and Problems

  • Bryan Turner (Australian Catholic University)
  • Chaired by Shuruq Naguib (University of Lancaster), with welcome from Oliver Scharbrodt (University of Chester)

19.00 – 20.00 Dinner (for residential delegates only)

20.00 – 21.30 Session Two: 6 Parallel panels

Panel 1: Mystical and Esoteric Approaches to the Qur’an 

  • Chair: Ahmad Achtar (Heythrop College, University of London)
  • Maria De Cillis (The Institute of Ismaili Studies ) Al-Kirmānī’s Perspective on Spiritual Assistance and the Accomplishment of Prophethood in the Story of Moses and Shuʿayb
  • Ali Ashraf Emami (Ferdowsi University Of Mashhad ) A study into the concept of ‘canopies of clouds’ in the Qur’an
  • Shadaab Rahemtulla (University of Wales Trinity Saint David) Mainstreaming Marginal Methods: Social Justice, the Qur’an, and (Auto-) Hermeneutics

Panel 2: Muslim Minorities across the globe: Legal and Anthropological Perspectives

  • Chair: Jorgen Nielsen (University of Birmingham)
  • Joshua Roose (Australian Catholic University) Islamic Law in Western Courts: Testing the Seperability Thesis
  • Caroline Tee (University of Cambridge) Qur’anic Miracles in the Lab: anthropological reflections on navigating the incommensurability of science and scripture
  • Ian Williams (Markfield Institute of Higher Education/Newman University) “Leading Double Lives?” The role and place of the Hizmet Movement of Hojaeffendi Fethullah Gulen with schools and inter-faith dialogue initiatives in creating Social Cohesion and Spiritual Capital in British and European pluralist society; an Analysis of the Movement with reference to current events in Turkey
  • Hizer Mir (University of Leeds) Horizonism: Managing Difference in Islam

Panel 3: Orthodoxy, Modernity and the Contested Construction of the ‘Islamic’

  • Chair: Gudrun Krämer (Freie Universität Berlin)
  • Conor Meleady (Oxford University) The meanings of Islamic ‘orthodoxy’ in the nineteenth century ‘official mind’
  • Josef Sebastian Linnhoff (University of Edinburgh) Sulayman ibn ‘Abdul Wahhāb on his brother & takfīr
  • Farangis Ghaderi (independent scholar) Islam and Kurdish Nationalism: Marginalization of Religious Voices
  • Elisa Orofino (University of Melbourne) Intellectual Islamists challenging the West: the case of Hizb ut-Tahrir
  • Nicholas Gjorvad (Free University Berlin) What is an Islamic Economy?: Contested Views after the Egyptian Uprising

Panel 4: Anthropology of Islam

  • Chair: Caroline Ackley (University College London)
  • Muhammed Ahmed (SOAS) Everyday ethics: journeys of selfhood in Bradford, UK
  • Caroline Ackley (SOAS) Poetic Destiny: Journeys of Moral Becoming in Somaliland
  • Amir Massoumian (University College London) Ethnomusicology in Islam
  • Stefan Williamson Fa (University College London) Voices of Regret: Sound, Performance and Listening in Contemporary Shī’ism in Turkey)

Panel 5: British Muslims: Local Contexts and Transnational Dimensions

  • Chair: Humayun Ansari (Royal Holloway)
  • Stefano Bonino (University of Birmingham) Muslims in Scotland: The Making of Community in a Post-9/11 World
  • Sarah Hackett (Bath Spa University) Rethinking Muslim Integration in Britain: A Rural Perspective
  • Sufyan Abid (University of Chester) Purifying and multiplying the profits: Analysing local and global dimensions of Muslim charity practices in Birmingham, UK
  • Riyaz Timol (Centre for the Study of Islam in the UK) Islamic Revivalism and Europe’ s Secular “Sacred Canopy”

Panel 6: Islamic Studies: Global and Local

  • Chair: Hugh Goddard (University of Edinburgh)
  • Hugh Goddard (University of Edinburgh) Jewish-Christian-Muslim Relations in Historical Perspective.
  • David Warren (University of Edinburgh) For the Good of the Nation? Yusuf al-Qaradawi and Ali Gomaa’s Arguments Over the Egyptian Counter) Revolutions 2011-13.
  • Alistair Hunter (University of Edinburgh) Negotiating faith and space in contexts of death and diaspora: funerary practices of British and French Muslims.
  • Khadijah Elshayyal (University of Edinburgh) Scottish Muslims and the 2011 Census: an integration success story?

Day 2: Wednesday 12th April

 09.00 – 10.30 Session Three: Plenary (Lecture Room)

Muslims in Britain and Britishness in Islam: Historical and Religious Perspectives on British Muslim Past(s)

  • Ron Geaves (Cardiff University) and Humayun Ansari (Royal Holloway)
  • Chaired by Oliver Scharbrodt (University of Chester)

10.30 – 11.00 Coffee 

11.00 – 12.30 Session Four: 6 Parallel panels

Panel 1: Hadith: Textual Intersections and Reconfigurations

  • Chair: Omar Anchassi (University of Exeter)
  • Yasmin Amin (University of Exeter) A Laughing God, between Sunni Approval and Shi’ite Rejection
  • Muhammed Abed (University of Leeds) Textual Analysis of Hadiths of ‘al-Mahdī’ in al-Kāfī and the Six Books
  • Muhammad Fawwaz Bin Muhammad Yusoff (University of Glasgow) A Study of Ibn Ḥibbān al-Bustī’s (d. 354/965) Transmitter Evaluation
  • Dzenita Karic (SOAS) The Ḥadīṯh as an Argument: Shaping the Image of Medina in the Ottoman Context

Panel 2: Islamic Philosophy and Theology: The Divine and the Human

  • Chair: Ayman Shihadeh, (SOAS)
  • Ibrahim Aksu (Marmara University) Al -Fârâbî On Temperament
  • Hannah Erlwein (SOAS) The Problem of God’s Existence in al-Ghazālī (d. 505/1111)
  • Ayman Shihadeh (SOAS) Essence in Mu‘tazilī Theology
  • William Stevenson (University of St. Thomas) The Meaning of the Imamate in the Monistic Eschatology of Nasir al-Din Tusi

Panel 3: Inter-Religious Relations A: pre-1100 CE

  • Chair: Hugh Goddard (University of Edinburgh)
  • Owed Al-Nahee (University of Birmingham) Polytheism in Najrān; from the Holy Trinity Planetary to Imaged Idols worship    
  • AmirReza Haghighatkhah (University of Tehran) Muslim and Jews Encounter in Apological and Polemical Treaties: a Case Study of Islamic Commentary on Deuteronomy 33:2
  • Nathan Gibson (Vanderbilt University) Interreligious Contacts among Abbasid Scholars: a Digital Approach using Network Analysis

Panel 4: New Directions in Research on Islamic Gender and Medical Ethics

  • Chair: Anna Piela (Leeds Trinity University)
  • Anna Piela (Leeds Trinity University) Women-led mosques in the UK, the USA and Denmark as spaces of women’s citizenship – a comparative online study
  • Naaz Rashid (University of Surrey) Veiled Threats? Representing the Muslim woman in the UK’s counter terrorism agenda
  • Zahra Tizro (York St John University) and Farhad Gohardani, Iranian conceptions of masculinities
  • Abdul-Hussain Mahdiyah (Royal Holloway) Exploring the permissibility of organ donation in contemporary Shi’ite jurisprudence

Panel 5: Islam and European States: Nationalist Frameworks in Comparative Perspective

  • Chair: Caroline Tee (University of Cambridge)
  • Tobias Müller (University of Cambridge) Creating the Islam that belongs to Germany: State intervention and local contestation
  • Matteo Benussi (University of Cambridge) Crescent and Red Star: The Russian State and Islam between late Socialism and now
  • Elsa Pirenne (Université du Luxembourg and Université catholique de Louvain) Islam in Luxembourg: how Muslim actors play a balancing act to institutionalise Islam

12.30 – 13.30 Lunch

13.30 – 15.00 Session Five: 6 Parallel panels

Panel 1: Muslims and the Notion of Islamic Education

  • Chair: Dr Abdullah Sahin (University of Warwick)
  • Farid Panjwani and Lynn Revell (Institute of Education, Canterbury Christ Church Canterbury) Hermeneutics and Religious Education: the case of teaching and learning about ‘Islam’
  • Jenny Berglund and Bill Gent (Södertörn University, Stockholm and the University of Warwick) The Muslim student experience of moving between two educational traditions

Panel 2: Development and Change in Islamic Legal History

  • Chair: Joshua Roose (Australian Catholic University)
  • Amr Osman (Qatar University) Theft in Islamic Legal History
  • Omar Anchassi (University of Exeter) Ghāyat al-Amānī fi al-Istimtā` bi al-Jawārī Or, Sexual Pleasure and Slave Concubinage: Nazar, Mass and Wat’ in Islamic Law from the Formative Period to ISIS
  • Eva Kepplinger (University College of Teacher Education of Christian Churches in Vienna) Developments in the Formulation of Islamic International Law by the Example of Naṣrid Granada
  • Salman Younas (The University of Oxford) The Construction & Augmentation of Legal Authority in the Early Ḥanafī School (3rd/9th-4th/10th Century)

Panel 3: Islamic Philosophy and Theology: Medieval Debates

  • Chair: Ayman Shihadeh (SOAS)
  • Mohammed Reza Moini (Seminary School of Qom) The Imamī – Muʿtazelī Theology in Medieval Ages; al-Muḥaqqiq al-Ḥillī as a Case
  • Ramon Harvey (Ebrahim College) Trope Theory in Islamic Theology: Prospects in Metaphysics and Ethics
  • Daryoush Mohammad Poor (Institute of Islmaili Studies) Ismaili Philosophy and Neo-Platonism: Myths and Realities
  • Nuha Alshaar (American University of Sharjah/Institute of Ismaili Studies, London) The System of Adab and its Components in Four Abbasid Foundational Writers (Ibn Qutayba, al-Jāḥiẓ, al-Qālī, and al-Mubarrad)

Panel 4: Contested Categories: Formulating and Negotiating Modernity in the Nahḍah and in the Twenty-First Century Ummah

  • Chair: Shuruq Naguib (University of Lancaster)
  • Wael Abu Uksa (Hebrew University, Jerusalem) Imagining Modernity:  The Genealogy of Modernity in 19th-Century Arabic
  • Florian Zemmin (University of Bern) Modernity in Islamic Tradition. The Concept of ‘Society’ in the Journal al-Manar (Cairo, 1898–1940)
  • Stephen Jones (Newman University) Science, faith and the ‘clash of civilisations’: what interview narratives about Islam and science reveal about anti-Muslim prejudice
  • Glen Moran (Newman University) British Muslim perceptions of biological evolution
  • Walaa Quisay (University of Oxford) Neo-Traditionalists and Disenchanment: Critiques of Modernity and Secularity

Panel 5: Shi’ism in Various Contexts: Anthropological and Historical Perspectives

  • Chair: Oliver Scharbrodt (University of Chester)
  • Samer El-Karanshawy (University of Tufts) Victor Turner Textuality and Variation: on Anthropological Approaches to Imam Husayn’s Memory.
  • Robert Langer (University of Bayreuth) German Shia? – German Speaking Communities and Their Rituals in the Shiite Field in Germany
  • Dagikhudo Dagiev (Institute of Ismaili Studies) The Ismaili Hierarchy in the Context of Central Asia

Panel 6: British Islam: Historical and Contemporary Issues

  • Chair: Ron Geaves (Cardiff University)
  • Sariya Cheruvallil-Contractor (Coventry University) Muslim Women in Britain c. 1890 to 1948: Historical Grounding for Modern Debates
  • Shahnaz Akhter (University of Warwick) The Search for Muslim Identity: Defining British Islam
  • Asma Khan (Cardiff University) Experiences of Second Generation British Muslim Women in Education in the 70’s and 80’s
  • Kartina Choong (University of Central Lancashire) End-of-Life Care: When Religion and Law Collide

15.00 – 15.30 Tea

15.30 – 17.00 Session Six: Parallel panels

Panel 1: The Qur’an: Theology, Logic and Exegesis

  • Chair: Shuruq Naguib (Lancaster University)
  • Ahmad Achtar (Heythrop College, University of London) The use of Q (3:7) as a foundation for theological hermeneutics of the Qur’an
  • Safaruk Chowdhury (King Fahd Academy) The Lord of the Excluded Middle”: The Qur’an, Logic and Arguments
  • Johanne Louise Christiansen (Aarhus University) God charges no soul save its capacity’: the notion of dispensation in the Qur’an

Panel 2: Emerging Perspectives  in Islamic Legal Theory  

  • Chair: Amr Osman  (Qatar University)
  • Samer Dajani (Cambridge Muslim College) A Flexible Sharīʿa: A Sufi Approach to Scholarly Disagreement
  • Hakime Reyyan Yasar (Heythrop College, University of London) The Relationship Between Majāz and Mind in Usul al-Fiqh: Searching for the Cognitive Traces in the Chapter of Majāz in the Uṣūl al-Fiqh of Ibn Malak and al-Sighnāqī (14th Century)
  • Sayed Hossein Qazwini (Islamic Seminary of Karbala) The History and Evolution of the Principle of Istishab in Shiite Usal al Fiqh
  • Miyase Yavuz (SOAS) The Mastermind of the Moroccan Family Law Reforms of 2004: Aḥmed al-Khamlīchī’s Conception and Practice of Ijtihād
  • Saba Kareemi (Qatar University) Religion and the Corporate State: Is There Space for Fictitious Persons in Islamic Political Theory?

Panel 3: Between Texts and Networks: Visualizing thirteenth through sixteenth Century Islamicate Intellectual Landscapes

  • Chair: Judith Pfeiffer (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn)
  • Giovanni Maria Martini (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn) Visual Sufism. A Case Study from 14th Century Tabriz: Shīrīn Maghribī’s Short Metaphysical Treatises.
  • Walter Edward Young (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn) Marginal Munāẓara: Dialectical Pedagogy in the Scholia and Glosses of al-Kīlānī’s Sharḥ al-Risāla fī Ādāb al-Baḥth.
  • Talal Al-Azem (Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies) (title tbc)
  • Mohammad Gharaibeh (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn) Commentaries read horizontally – Towards a sociological approach to the study of commentaries on Ibn aṣ-Ṣalāḥ’s Muqaddima fī ʿulūm al-ḥadīṯ.
  • Judith Pfeiffer (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn) Gathering the ideal library: Müeyyedzade Abdurrahman Efendi (d. 922/1516) and the quest for universal knowledge

Panel 4: Inter-Religious Relations B: post-1100 CE

  • Chair: Hugh Goddard (University of Edinburgh)
  • Ravza Aydin (Sakarya University) The Effect of Islamic Thought on Rambam’s Articles of Faith
  • Yazid Said (Liverpool Hope University) Ali al-Munayyar’s Seventeenth Century Polemical Work against Egyptian Jews and Christians
  • Rana Abu-Mounes (Al-Maktoum College) The Role of Rumours in the 1860CE Riot of Damascus, an Exacerbating Factor in the Events
  • Mohammed Metawea (SOAS) Christian Threefold Typology, Islamic Kalam

Panel 5: Islamic Art and Poetry

  • Chair: Roy Jackson (University of Gloucestershire)
  • Jenny Norton-Wright (Manchester Museum) Exploring Islamic art in Manchester
  • Dena Fakhro (SOAS) Blood vengeance as a theme in the classical Arabic poetic tradition and its legacy

Panel 6: Marrying in Europe: Topography of Muslim Marriage Practices Today

  • Chair: Yafa Shanneik (University of South Wales)
  • Iman Lechkar (VUB Free University Brussels) Why do Female Belgian converts marry Islamically?
  • Yafa Shanneik (University of South Wales) Shia Marriage Practices: Karbala as Erinnerungsort in London?
  • Farida Belkacem (European University Institute, Florence) How do “Western Vocal Muslims” respond to the society debates on same-sex marriage?

17.30 – 18.30 Session Seven: Plenary Session Sponsored by Brill (Lecture Room)

An Encyclopaedia of Islam for the Twenty-First Centre: What, How, and For Whom?

  • Everett Rowson (New York University) and Gudrun Krämer (Freie Universität Berlin)
  • Chaired by Maurits van den Boogert (Brill)

19.00 – 20.00 Dinner (for residential delegates only)

20:15 – 21:00 Consultation session with representatives of the new International Islamic University of Indonesia

Day 3: Thursday 13th April

09.00 – 10.30 Session Eight: Plenary (Lecture Room)

BRAIS Annual General Meeting and the BRAIS – De Gruyter Prize Award Ceremony

Chaired by Ayman Shihaden (SOAS) and Shuruq Naguib (University of Lancaster)

10.30 – 11.00 Coffee

11.00 – 12.30 Session Nine: 6 Parallel panels

Panel 1: Contemporary  Debates in South-East Asia

  • Chair: Hugh Goddard (University of Edinburgh)
  • Reza Idria (Harvard University/UIN Ar-Raniry Banda Aceh) Sarcasm and Satire: Contesting Sharia Law in Aceh, Indonesia
  • Siti Syamsiyatun (Indonesian Consortium for Religious Studies)  Muslim Women shaping Humane Community in Indonesia: Aisyiyah’s contributions and challenges
  • Leonard Chrysostomos (Indonesian Consortium for Religious Studies) Visualising Piety: Muslim Comics in Contemporary Indonesia
  • Moch Fakhuroji (State Islamic University, Bandung) Islam in Play Store: Islamic Apps and Religious Engagement in Contemporary Indonesia

 Panel 2: Exploring Conceptual and Experiential Dimensions of Sufism

  • Chair: Roy Jackson (University of Gloucestershire)
  • Cennet Ceren Cavus (Marmara University) The “Eternal Feminine”: Feminine Aspect of God according to Ibn Arabi and Frithjof Schuon   
  • Eyad Abu Ali (SOAS): The Development of Sufi Dream Theory in the 12th and 13th century: The Emergence of a Systematic Oneirology in Kubrawi Sufism
  • Jason Welle (The Pontifical Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies): Mind the Gap: The Spiritual Progress of Early Ṣūfī Women
  • Richard Saville-Smith (University of Edinburgh), The labels of druggists and the origins of Sufism

Panel 4: Shiite ‘ulama’, the State, and Discourses of Orthodoxy

  • Chair: Shuruq Naguib (University of Lancaster)
  • Alireza Bhojani (Al -Mahdi Institute) A Justice-orientated ‘Liberal Inclusivism’: Mirza Qummi on the Soteriological Implications of False Belief in Matters of Fundamental Doctrine
  • Oliver Scharbrodt (University of Chester) Anti-Sufism in Early Qajar Iran: Aqa Muhammad Bihbahani (d.1801) and his Risala-yi khayratiyya
  • Mohammadreza Kalantari (Royal Holloway University of London) Protecting the Citadel of Islam (Hefz-e Bayza-ye Eslam): a Case of Shiite Clergy and Najaf Seminary in early Hashemite Iraq
  • Elvire Corboz (Aarhus University, Denmark) Muhsin al-Hakim and Iranian Politics: The Transnational Interventions of a Marja’ on the Rise 

Panel 5: Gendered Articulations of Pilgrimage to Mecca: Anthropological Approaches

  • Chair: Marjo Buitelaar (University of Groningen)
  • Kholoud Al-Ajarma (University of Groningen) Mecca in Morocco: the role of the Hajj in the lives of contemporary Moroccan women
  • Khadija Kadrouch-Outmany (University of Groningen)  Claiming Female Space during the Hajj
  • Marjo Buitelaar (University of Groningen) Empowerment through Hajj performance. Asra Nomani’s memoir Standing Alone
  • Anwar Al-Khaldy, (Freie Universität Berlin/ University of Groningen) Reconceptualizing the Hajj as an instrument for women’s self-transformation

Panel 6: Islamic Law in Britain

  • Chair: Sufyan Abid (University of Chester)
  • Amin Al-Astewani (Lancaster University) The Dynamic Role of Islamic Tribunals in the Modern English Legal System
  • Naheed Ghauri (Birkbeck College) The Qur’anic model Interaction and Navigation of Islamic Heterogeneous Autonomous Legal Orders with State Law: A Case Study of Muslim Religious Tribunals in the UK
  • Sairah Al-Qasim (Nottingham Law School) ‘Islamic Law’ as part of legal education for legal professionals in England and Wales
  • Zainab Naqvi (University of Birmingham) Women’s Experiences and Views of Unregistered Muslim Polygamous and Monogamous Marriages in the UK

12.30 – 13.30 Lunch

13.30 – 15.00 Session Ten: 5 Parallel panels

Panel 1: Higher Education Reform in Muslim Societies

  • Chair: Anas Al-Shaikh-Ali (AMSS – UK)
  • Jeremy Henzell-Thomas (Centre of Islamic Studies, University of Cambridge) Islamic Education as Holistic Education
  • Ziauddin Sardar (The Muslim Institute) Higher Education: A Mutually Assured Approach
  • Ermin Sinanovic (International Institute of Islamic Thought, USA) Integration of Knowledge as Reform

Panel 2: Fiqhi Perspectives on Contemporary Issues

  • Chair: Muhammad Mesbahi (The Islamic College)
  • Ali Paya (The Islamic College) The Epistemic Status of Fiqh and Shari’a Law
  • Nehad Khanfar (The Islamic College) What Your Right Hand Possesses: The Islamic legal concept of “Mulk al-yameen” between Family Law and the Law on War and Slavery
  • Ali Al-Hakim (The Islamic College) The Media: An assessment of being Modern and Islamic, a Fiqhi approach
  • Amina Inloes (The Islamic College) Virgin Mary in Shi’i hadith and the Struggle over “The Divine Feminine”

Panel 3: Approaches to the Virtues in the Arabic Tradition

  • Chair: Sophia Vasalou (University of Birmingham)
  • Neelam Hussain (University of Birmingham) Kitāb Sirr al-Asrār and the Virtues of a Ruler”
  • Sophia Vasalou (University of Birmingham) Greatness of spirit (iẓam al-himma) in the Arabic tradition
  • Feriel Bouhafa (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg) Averroes’ Moral Theory in the Bidāyat al-mujtahid

Panel 4: Inter-Religious Relations C: modern Asia and Africa

  • Chair: Hugh Goddard (University of Edinburgh
  • Amit Sampat (Leiden University) Perceptions of Islam and Muslims by a Hindu Mystic: A Systematic Study of Thanwardas Lilaram Vaswani’s Thought on Islam and Muslims
  • Amar Sohal (University of Oxford) Maulana Azad and the Idea of Parity: A Muslim Argument for Indian Nationalism, 1930-51
  • Benjamin Kirby (University of Leeds) Rivalrous joking and religious co-presence: daily entanglements of Muslims and Christians in Dar es Salaam
  • Dicky Sofjan (Indonesian Consortium for Religious Studies) Thorn in the Flesh: Islam and Religious Othering in Southeast Asia

Panel 5: Reformulations of Religious Authority in Diasporic Contexts

  • Chair: Jorgen Nielsen (University of Birmingham)
  • Amine El Yousfi (University of Cambridge) Local Muslim leaders in Paris and London: Re-examining religious authority
  • Zulfiqar Khimani (University of Cambridge) Transformation of a Community’s Perception of Religious Authority: A Case of Nizari Ismaili Muslims in the United Kingdom
  • Tazeen Ali (Boston University) Rethinking Interpretative Authority: The Women’s Mosque of America
  • Jesper Petersen (Lund University) Collective reinterpretation of Islam in the women led Mariam Mosque in Copenhagen

15.00 – 15.30 Tea

15.30 – 17.00 Session Eleven: Plenary and Close (Lecture Room)

When East meets West: cultural contacts across the Mediterranean

  • Jaakko Hameen-Anttila (University of Edinburgh)
  • Chaired by Hugh Goddard (University of Edinburgh)