Webinar: “Spelunking in the Cairo Geniza: How to Make New Discoveries in Unstudied and Understudied Documents” by Alan Elbaum, Princeton University, September 17, 2021 @ 12 pm

Please register here: https://princeton.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcud-ihqDwvH9cYTlR3yWdAtyDdGPzGwsoQ This presentation is targeted at anyone who wants to explore the Cairo Geniza and is daunted by its tremendous size and complexity. How do you find what interests you among ~400,000 digitized fragments written between the 10th century and the 19th century, fragments that are mostly in Hebrew, Arabic, and Aramaic, … Continue reading Webinar: “Spelunking in the Cairo Geniza: How to Make New Discoveries in Unstudied and Understudied Documents” by Alan Elbaum, Princeton University, September 17, 2021 @ 12 pm

Princeton Qur’an Symposium: April 9-10, 2021

From the organizers: Zoom Registration Required: https://princeton.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwtfumvqjkrGtVqSXt_o7LyOWgfmPuoadT3 Princeton Qur’an Symposium April 9-10th 2021 Friday, April 9th Symposium Introduction Panel 1 – Qur’an, Hermeneutics and Power 10:00am -11:45 am Ash Geissinger ‘Rather, blessed is the one who reads the Book of God and obeys what is in it’: The transmission of the Qur’an and gendered memories. Devin … Continue reading Princeton Qur’an Symposium: April 9-10, 2021