Wednesday 20 September 2017
For its first Annual Conference since its re-launch by the School of Government and International Affairs in the Summer 2016, the Institute for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies invites proposals on the theme ‘Diversity’. Throughout time, the Muslim world has been diverse ethnically, linguistically, culturally, regionally and religiously. Whether this diversity has been a weakening factor or the reason for its long-lasting history is still subject to debate. Moreover, grasping the entirety of this multifaceted nature far exceeds by far the boundaries of academic disciplines.
Further details are available from: www.durham.ac.uk/imeis/events/conference2017
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about this event.
Friday 29 September 2017
A special programme of visual art, film and discussions to mark the occasion of the centenary of the Russian Revolution of 1917, and examine the global implications of revolution today.
The programme of screenings and discussions will commence with opening events on Friday 29th September and will continue until Sunday 8th October.
Please see the What's Left Brochure for screening times and ticket information.