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Craftland Magazine Launch Ceremony

Craftland Magazine Launch Ceremony

Craftland Magazine Launch Ceremony About the event We are pleased to invite you to join the launch event of Craftland international magazine published in London, UK. It is centred around the craft, culture & tourism of Iran. Within each issue, we introduce several...

Persian Arts of the Book conference

Persian Arts of the Book conference

Persian Arts of the Book About the event 'Persian Arts of the Book' gathers scholars from around the world with expert curators from Oxford and beyond to reflect on the Persian manuscript tradition. In a series of short presentations and thematic panel discussions we...

Iran as Empire: Nader Shah and the emergence of a new Iranian empire

Iran as Empire: Nader Shah and the emergence of a new Iranian empire

Iran as Empire: Nader Shah and the emergence of a new Iranian empire   With Mohammad Amir Hakimi Parsa Nader Shah ruled Iran from 1736-1747. A military genius, he campaigned almost non-stop in the Caucasus, Ottoman Turkey, Central Asia, Afghanistan and the...

The Unheard Voices from Eastern Iran and the Eastern Islamicate World

The Unheard Voices from Eastern Iran and the Eastern Islamicate World

Arezou Azad talks about: THE UNHEARD VOICES FROM EASTERN IRAN AND THE EASTERN ISLAMICATE WORLD Chair: Professor Charles Melville, BIPS President Dr Arezou Azad, Director of the Invisible East programme at Oxford University, will reveal an unexpected richness of...

The Persian Presence in Victorian Poetry

The Persian Presence in Victorian Poetry

Reza Taher-Kermani talks about: THE PERSIAN PRESENCE IN VICTORIAN POETRY Chair: Professor Charles Melville, BIPS President The word Persia stood not just as the poetry of Hafiz or Omar Khayyam in the nineteenth century, but as a complex and paradoxical embodiment of...

Nineteenth-century British Orientalist perceptions of Persian Sufism

Nineteenth-century British Orientalist perceptions of Persian Sufism

Lloyd Ridgeon talks about: NINETHEENTH-CENTURY BRITISH ORIENTALIST PERCEPTIONS OF PERSIAN SUFISM Chair: Professor Charles Melville, BIPS President The majority of nineteenth-century British Orientalist perceptions of Sufism reveal the kinds of images and discussions...

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