Call for Applications: Harvard Medieval Studies Undergraduate Research Fellows Program, June 20, 2024

The Committee on Medieval Studies invites applications for its Undergraduate Research Fellows Program, which offers qualified students in Harvard College the opportunity to work closely with scholars across the disciplines on research projects and initiatives. Unlike research assistants in most other departments, Research Fellows are employed directly by the Committee on Medieval Studies, and work … Continue reading Call for Applications: Harvard Medieval Studies Undergraduate Research Fellows Program, June 20, 2024

Workshop: ASLH Early Career Virtual Workshop, June 30, 2024

From the organizers: Subject Fields: Law and Legal History ASLH Early Career (Virtual) Legal History Workshop Deadline for Applications:  June 30, 2024 The American Society for Legal History (ASLH) is delighted to announce a new virtual initiative – the Early Career (Virtual) Legal History Workshop – designed to provide support and intellectual community to early … Continue reading Workshop: ASLH Early Career Virtual Workshop, June 30, 2024

Call for Papers: The XI Islamic Legal Studies Conference, University of Muenster, June 30, 2024

ISILS invites paper proposals for its eleventh Islamic Legal Studies conference, to be held at the University of Münster, 22-24 May 2025. The Third International Conference on Islamic Legal Studies, held at Harvard University Law School in May 2000, was devoted to the madhhab. 25 years later, we want to revisit this topic: what impact has the scholarly debate … Continue reading Call for Papers: The XI Islamic Legal Studies Conference, University of Muenster, June 30, 2024

Symposium: Knowledge in the Islamic Court: Evidence, Proof, Procedure Symposium – May 14-15, 2025 (Rabat, Morocco)

Please submit applications at this form by June 30 (including an abstract of maximum 300 words). Participants will be selected based on the following criteria: Relevance to the symposium theme. Novel contribution to the study of evidence, proof, and/or procedure in Islamic legal contexts.  Potential to address broader questions in Islamic and Islamic legal studies. … Continue reading Symposium: Knowledge in the Islamic Court: Evidence, Proof, Procedure Symposium – May 14-15, 2025 (Rabat, Morocco)

Prize: Best dissertation, Middle East Medievalists, June 30, 2024

Middle East Medievalists (MEM) is pleased to announce the 2024 iteration of its biennial prize for the best dissertation on the medieval Middle East (roughly 500–1500 CE). In an effort to recognize excellent doctoral research in the field, MEM will award this prize at the annual meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), to be … Continue reading Prize: Best dissertation, Middle East Medievalists, June 30, 2024

Summer Course: “Reading Aljamiado Mansucripts,” Mediterranean Studies Summer Skills Seminar, August 12-15, 2024 via Teams

From the seminar: This four-day intensive skills seminar will provide participants with an overview of the interests and preoccupations of the Muslim communities of Aragon in the fifteenth, sixteenth and early-seventeenth centuries, as expressed on their own terms, in their own texts, using this unique alphabetic system. We will read, discuss and analyze unpublished and … Continue reading Summer Course: “Reading Aljamiado Mansucripts,” Mediterranean Studies Summer Skills Seminar, August 12-15, 2024 via Teams

Call for Proposals: Hot Topics Program, 2025 Association of American Law Schools Meeting, October 14, 2024

From the organizers: General Guidelines for All Open Submission Proposals Programs may be proposed by full-time faculty members or administrators at AALS Member or Fee-Paid law schools. International faculty, visiting faculty (who do not retain a permanent affiliation at another law school), graduate students, and non-law school faculty are not eligible to submit proposals but … Continue reading Call for Proposals: Hot Topics Program, 2025 Association of American Law Schools Meeting, October 14, 2024

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