From MEM: As part of the efforts of Middle East Medievalists (MEM) to raise the profile of medieval studies at MESA, the MEM Board of Directors announces our 2021 call for panel sponsorship. MEM is a MESA affiliate and thus may sponsor up to three panels at each annual meeting. We cannot offer financial support, … Continue reading Middle East Medievalists: Call for Panels, February 5, 2021
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
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
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!