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Past Calls

OBJECTIVES: Meeting of WG1 to organize and start video footage for the MOOC.DATES: 7th to 9th of September 2021LOCATION: Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Photo Gallery Views in Mostar. Recording footage for the MOOC and the TV documentaries. Svrzo House, Sarajevo. Video recording with the experts. Originally built to house the City Hall, this building was used as...
Deadline: April 1, 2021Date: 7 September 2021Place: Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) Scientific Coordinators: Sophia Abplanalp, University of Vienna (sophia.abplanalp@gmail.com), Borja Franco Llopis, UNED, Spain (bfranco@geo.uned.es), Fatih Parlak, Boğaziçi University, Turkey (ofatihparlak@gmail.com), Mirko Sardelic, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, (mirko.sardelic@ctie.hr), Antonio Urquízar-Herrera, UNED, Spain (aurquizar@geo.uned.es) Abstract: Studying the relations between Christianity and Islam in late medieval and early modern...
Open call for applications to participate in the Mediterranean crossings. Soldiers, prisoners and converts between permeable borders (16th-18th centuries) Deadline: 7th FebruaryDates: 13th-14th January  2021Place: Palermo (Italy)Scientific Coordinators: Giovanna FIUME (giovanna.fiume@unipa.it), Rita FOTI (rita.foti@unipa.it) and Bruno POMARA (bruno.pomara@uv.es). Scope: The plurality of religions and legal-normative systems coexisting in the Mediterranean spaces has generated complex configurations...
Deadline: January 31, 2021Date: 10-11 June 2021Place: Rijeka (Croatia) Scientific Coordinators: Ivana Čapeta Rakić (icapeta@ffst.hr), Giuseppe Capriotti (giuseppe.capriotti@unimc.it), and Marina Vicelja Matijašić (mvicelja@ffri.hr) CA18129 is co-organising Fifteenth International Conference of Iconographic Studies with the Center for Iconographic Studies (University of Rijeka), the Department of Art History, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (University of Split), and...
From the 14th century onwards, the production of glass and glazes is among the large group of things that are partially considered as an Islamic legacy in Europe. There are well known cases such as the Venetian one, where the transfer of knowledge to produce glass came from the straight connection with Islamic territories, entering...
Open call for applications to participate in the Conference “The Islamic Legacy in the 20th and 21st Centuries”.
Deadline for applications: 25th March 2020
Open call for applications to participate in the Conference "Images and Borderlands: Mediterranean basin between Christendom and Ottoman Empire in the Early Modern Age".
Deadline: 20th March
Workshop “Historiography of the Perception of Islam through Manuscripts, Korans and their Displacement” Deadline: November 30, 2019Dates: 11 February 2020Place: Naples (Italy)Scientific Coordinators: Roberto TOTTOLI (rtottoli@unior.it) and Fernando RODRÍGUEZ MEDIANO (fernando.rmediano@cchs.csic.es) Scope: The aim of this workshop is to approach the question of the relationship between Christianity and Islam through the study of the production,...
Dates: 10-11 January 2020
Place: Central European University, Budapest (Hungary)
Open call for applications to participate in the Workshop “Dialogues in the Late Medieval Mediterranean: Methodological Encounters and (Dis)Encounters”
Training School
Open call for applications to participate in the Training School "Islamic Heritage in Europe"

Deadline: 20th September 2019
Place: Granada and Córdoba (Spain)
Dates: 14-16 January 2020
Dates: from 2019-06-24 09:00 to 2019-06-24 16:00
Location: Institute For Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy Of Sciences And Arts. Knez Mihailova, 35 (4th Floor), 11 000, Belgrade, Se, Belgrade, Serbia
Objectives: Kick Off Meeting of all the Working Groups of the project.
Dates: 3rd and 4th of June 2019
Location: Auditorium 3, Caloust Gulbenkian Foundation, Av. de Berna, 45A, 1067-001 Lisbon
Deadline: March 2, 2022Date: 27 September 2022Place: Valletta (Malta) Scientific Coordinators: Alessandro GORI (frd322@hum.ku.dk) and Simon MERCIECA (simon.mercieca@um.edu.mt) Abstract: The Aghlabid Emirate of the eighth and ninth century is known to have subjected endogenous Berber Blacks into slavery. Some of these slaves converted to Islam and made headway in the Aghlabid world. Keeping Berber Blacks as slaves continued in the...

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