Demonstration, Experience and Science in ancient and Medieval Philosophy
When: April 19, 2018, 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
Where: Baker Scholars Room, Regent's Hall, 5th floor
Speakers: Jean De Groot (The Catholic University of America), Ricardo Strobino (Tufts University), Jon McGinnis (University of Missouri, Saint-Louis), Gloria Frost (University of Saint-Thomas in St.Paul)
Organizers: David Bronstein, Emma Gannagé, Neil Lewis
Co-organized by the Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies and the Department of Philosophy, Center for Medieval Philosophy at Georgetown University
For information, contact the Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies at Georgetown University (202-687-2735 or firstname.lastname@example.org) or the the Department of Philosophy at Georgetown University (202-687-7487 or email@example.com)
How L'Etranger Became the Stranger
Featuring Alice Kaplan (Yale University)
When: February 7, 2018 at 5:00pm
Where: Copley Formal Lounge
Saddam and al-jahiz - learn arabic in Basra
Featuring Samuel England (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
When: November 16, 2017 at 5:00pm
Where: ICC 462
COLLOQUIUM IN MEMORY OF IRFAN Shahîd (1926-2016)
BYZANTIUM, THE ARABS, AND THE RISE OF ISLAM
“Byzantium, the Arabs, and the Rise of Islam” gathers leading scholars to explore areas that interested the late Irfan Shahîd. Within the broad framework of the relations between Byzantium and its Arab neighbors, speakers investigate a wide array of sources, from epigraphic and archaeological materials to the canon of Arabic poetry. Topics include the religion of the pre-Islamic nomads of Arabia, the Christian presence in the Arabian Peninsula and the Levant, and the possible pre-Islamic Arabic translation of the Bible.
Where: Georgetown University and Dumbarton Oaks
9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Georgetown University, CCAS Boardroom (ICC 241)
2:00–5:15 p.m. Dumbarton Oaks, The Oak Room 1700 Wisconsin Avenue NW
5:15–6:00 p.m. Reception in the Oak Room
Organizer: Emma Gannagé, Georgetown University
Registration Required: Dumbarton Oaks Registration
Co-organized by the Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies at Georgetown University
and Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection
Cosponsored by the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies and the Medieval Studies Program at Georgetown University
For information, contact the Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies at Georgetown University (202-687-2735 or firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection (202-749-8269 or email@example.com).
first millennium network
When: Friday April 28th Where: CCAS Boardroom (ICC 241)
Muriel Dubié (École pratique des hautes études, Paris)
Matthew Gabriele (Virginia Tech)
Annette Reid (University of Pennsylvania)
Stephen Shoemaker (University of Oregon)
With special thanks to:
Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Georgetown University
Department of History, University of Maryland
CAS & AIS Co-sponsored lecture with Professor greg thomas
Please join us and CCAS for a lecture by Professor Greg Thomas on "George Jackson in the Sun of Palestine" with an introduction by Professor Elliott Colla, on October 4th, from 6:00-8:00pm in the CCAS Boardroom (ICC 241).
In Praise of the divine beauty: The Philosophy of Ptolemy and its Greek, Arabic and Hebrew Reception
When: May 3rd - 4th, 9:00am - 5:00pm
Where: CCAS Boardroom (ICC 241)
Organizer: Emma Gannagé
Alain Bernard (Centre A. Koyré, Paris); Alan Bowen (IRCPS, Canada); Jacqueline Feke (University of Waterloo); Gad Freudenthal (CNRS, Paris); Emma Gannagé (Georgetown University); Damien Janos ; Alexander Jones (ISAW, New York); Maria Mavroudi (University of California at Berkeley); George Saliba (Columbia University, New York).
“Experimentation in Arabic Science and Philosophy: Exploring the Concept of I‘tibār.”
When: Wednesday March 5th, 6:00pm
Where: CCAS Board Room, ICC 241
This talk will focus on a representative sample of medieval Arabic texts which employ the term I‘tibār or its derivatives and try to explore the various meanings in which this term was understood. It will also explore its relationship to what we now call experimentation, in a variety of fields including literary, scientific, as well as philosophical domains.
Book Launch with Professor Jonathan Brown: "Misquoting Muhammad: The Challenge and Choices of Interpreting the Prophet's Legacy"
Professor Jonathan Brown will be discussing his new book, Misquoting Muhammad: The Challenge and Choices of Interpreting the Prophet's Legacy. Lunch will be provided.
When: Thursday February 5th, 12:30pm
Where: CCAS Boardroom, ICC 241
The Department of Arabic & Islamic Studies and the Center for Contemporary Studies invite you to a reading event, Translation Workshop, of the "The Lady from Tel Aviv" by Raba'I Al-Madhoun (Author) and Elliott Colla (Translator).
When: Feb. 26th, Time: 6:00 - 8:00pm
Where: CCAS Boardroom, ICC 241
Sultan Qaboos Lecture:
Please join us Thursday, October 30th at 6pm in the CCAS Boardroom (ICC 241) for the inaugural Sultan Qaboos Lecture with Dr. Suzanne Stetkevych.
Reception to Follow.