Call for Contributions for the IASA Bulletin! The Bulletin compiles notices on research, publications, fieldwork, museum updates, conferences & events in the Arabian Peninsula. Queries or submissions to bulletin@theiasa.com.

The 2020 IASA Bulletin is now available to download on the Bulletins page.

IASA Lectures

Next IASA Event! Lecture by Michael Quentin Morton ‘Masters of the Pearl: a history of Qatar’  1st April 2021, at 17.30 to 19.00 (GMT) Via Zoom, registration details to follow.

The son of an exploration geologist, Michael Quentin Morton grew up in Qatar, Bahrain and Abu Dhabi in the 1950s and 1960s. After qualifying as a barrister, he spent over 30 years in a legal career before becoming a full-time author. ‘Masters of the Pearl’ is his ninth book about the Middle East.

Information on previous lectures may be found on the Lectures page, and some of the lectures are on the IASA YouTube Channel .

Seminar for Arabian Studies

The 2021 Seminar for Arabian Studies will take place over the weekends of 2 – 4 and 9 – 11 July as a virtual event. The call for papers is now open and the deadline is 28 February 2021.  More information

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