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Research events

Listed below are forthcoming research events in the Institute of Arab & Islamic Studies. See also the events for all of SSIS.

Any SSIS staff or postgrads may always attend. Anyone else should contact the department or the centre in question.

Please also see individual research centre sites for other events.

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22 June 202115:00

Oral tradition, language, and Kurdish art

Panel discussion: oral tradition, language, and Kurdish art. Full details
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23 June 202117:00

A Model Court For Migrant Children

Webinar to refine and develop proposals for A Model Court For Migrant Children, Chaired by Baroness Helena Kennedy of the Shaws. Full details
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24 June 202117:00

Exeter-Habib Seminars on Islam after Colonialism: Dard Neuman (UC Santa Cruz)

Heterodoxy and the Politics of the Popular in post 1857 Hindustani Music. Full details
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25 June 202112:00

IAIS PGR Research Seminars 2021

All students and staff are welcome to attend. Full details
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30 June - 2 July 20219:30

ASYFAIR Virtual conference Adjudicating Refugee Claims in Practice: Advocacy and Experience at Asylum Court Appeals

We have an exciting programme about various aspects of asylum and refugee status determination by international speakers, including judges, lawyers and researchers. The conference programme and other details are available on our website: Registration is free, and will be open from 4 May until 16 June 2021. Please click on the link to register: Full details
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30 June 202115:30

CSI Research Afternoon

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30 June 202117:00

AUISxExeter Talks: Curating Kurdishness, Arts, Culture, and the Archive in Kurdistan and Beyond

Sarwar Taha, Slemani UNESCO City of Literature. Shaima Waseem, Director of Slemani Capital of Culture. Shamal Abu Baker, Slemani Governorate's private office. Panel title: to be confirmed. Full details
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7 July 202114:00

South West Doctoral Training Programme (SWDTP): Secondary analysis of cross-national, comparative survey data webinar

Those completing PhD research over the past 16 months may have had to develop new strategies for conducting comparative research because travel to other countries has not been possible. Full details
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12 July 202114:15

Narrating Relationships in Holy Lives Full details
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