Recordings

Recordings of talks and presentations are available to listen to directly from our website or to download to listen to offline.

“Better a live Sparrow than a stuffed Eagle”: Nineteenth Century British Orientalisms and Perceptions of Persian Sufism

“Better a live Sparrow than a stuffed Eagle”: Nineteenth Century British Orientalisms and Perceptions of Persian Sufism

by Lloyd Ridgeon

on 11 March, 2021

A Chini Khana in Boston: Experimenting with the Display of Persian Ceramics

A Chini Khana in Boston: Experimenting with the Display of Persian Ceramics

by Laura Weinstein

on 25 February, 2021

Art as Source for the History of Mongol Eurasia

Art as Source for the History of Mongol Eurasia

by Professor Sheila Blair

on 7 December, 2020

Inverting the Pyramid: Antinomianism as the Norm in the Second Safavid Century

Inverting the Pyramid: Antinomianism as the Norm in the Second Safavid Century

by Professor Andrew Newman

on 22 October, 2020

Iran in Global International Relations: the importance of Area Studies

Iran in Global International Relations: the importance of Area Studies

by Dr Shabnam Holliday

on 9 September, 2020

Medieval Monuments of Central Asia: Qarakhanid architecture

Medieval Monuments of Central Asia: Qarakhanid architecture

by Dr Richard McClary

on 19 August, 2020

Shahnameh: then & now

Shahnameh: then & now

by Professor Gabrielle Van den Berg, Dr Barbara Brend, Professor Pouya Afshar

on 25 June, 2020

The rediscovery of mina’i wares and the fiction of completion: 13th century polychrome Iranian ceramics and their reception in the 20th century

The rediscovery of mina’i wares and the fiction of completion: 13th century polychrome Iranian ceramics and their reception in the 20th century

by Dr. Richard McClary

on 10 June, 2018

Persia and the Persian Question

Persia and the Persian Question

by Professor Ali Ansari

on 29 November, 2017

The Puzzle of Median Art

The Puzzle of Median Art

by Dr Shahrokh Razmjou

on 28 June, 2017

Views from inside: how Iranian travellers of the Qajar period perceived and described their own country

Views from inside: how Iranian travellers of the Qajar period perceived and described their own country

by Professor Birgitt Hoffmann

on 29 March, 2017

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