The IASA Bulletin compiles notices on research, publications, fieldwork, museum updates, conferences & events in the Arabian Peninsula. The call for contributions to the Spring 2022 Bulletin is now open! Please send submissions to bulletin@theiasa.com.

The Autumn 2021 IASA Bulletin is now available to download from this website.

IASA Lectures

21 February 2022, 17.30 GMT

Dr. Ekaterina Pukhovaia,  Polonsky Fellow at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, The transformation of the Imamate in Yemen, 1200-1800: beyond the failed state paradigm 

Hosted jointly with the British-Yemeni Society and the MBI Al Jaber Foundation. Registration available soon.

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 55th Seminar for Arabian Studies will take place on 5-7 August 2022 at the Humboldt University of Berlin. We are planning that the event will be both live in Berlin, and also accessible on the Internet.


The call for papers has been issued.  Abstracts to be submitted by 28 February 2022.  

ستنعقد الندوة الخامسة والخمسون للدراسات العربية في الفترة من 5 إلى 7 أغسطس 2022 في جامعة هومبولت في برلين. نحن نخطط أن يكون الحدث مباشرًا في برلين ، ويمكن الوصول إليه أيضًا على الإنترنت.
تم إصدار الدعوة للأوراق. سيتم تقديم الملخصات بحلول 28 فبراير 2022.




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