Weekend Scholarship Roundup

In "International Law in General in the Medieval Islamic World" (The Cambridge History of International Law, Volume VIII: International Law in the Islamic World, Part I: International Law in the Medieval Islamic World (622-1453) (forthcoming)) Mohammad Fadel (University of Toronto) "provides the reader with an introduction to basic questions of Islamic international law as they … Continue reading Weekend Scholarship Roundup

Middle East Medievalists: Fellowships for Graduate Students of Color, 2021

From MEM: MEM Fellowship for Graduate Students of Color As promised in our July 2020 Statement on Anti-Racism, the Board of Directors of Middle East Medievalists (MEM) is pleased to announce the launch of a new fellowship to support graduate students of color in medieval studies who wish to attend the annual meeting of the … Continue reading Middle East Medievalists: Fellowships for Graduate Students of Color, 2021

Middle East Medievalists (MEM) provides a roster of relevant events at MESA 2020!

From Stephennie Mulder (President),  Zayde Atrim (Vice President), and Alison Vacca (Secretary), on behalf of the MEM board: *** Dear Middle East Medievalists MEMber, Thank you for renewing and keeping your MEMbership current. It makes a huge difference to our ability to pay for quality copy-editing for al-ʿUsur al-Wusta; to award prizes for dissertations, books, … Continue reading Middle East Medievalists (MEM) provides a roster of relevant events at MESA 2020!