The 2019 IASA Bulletin is out now! The annual Bulletin gives information on research, publications, field work, conferences and events in the Arabian peninsula in fields ranging from archaeology and history to natural history and the environment. It also carries feature articles and book reviews. To order a hard copy (£5 + p&p at cost) email contact@theiasa.com

This and previous issues are available for download on the Bulletins page.

The IASA Lecture Series

New IASA Event! 11th February 2020 In conversation with Ian Black, Tim Mackintosh-Smith will discuss his book: “Arabs: A 3,000-Year History of Peoples, Tribes, and Empires” 17:15, Djam Lecture Theatre, SOAS Main Building, London WC1H 0XG. Free, no need to book.

18th February 2020. ‘The Birds of the Arabian Peninsula’ by Rob Sheldon, Chairman of OSME 17.45, Room G6, Institute of Archaeology, London WC1H 0PY. Free, no need to book.

More details, and details of past lectures can be found on the Lecture page and in our Bulletin.

Seminar for Arabian Studies

The Seminar for Arabian Studies is the only annual international forum for the presentation of the latest research in the humanities on the Arabian Peninsula.

The 2020 Seminar will take place in Casa Arabe, Cordoba, Spain, from 16th to 18th July 2020 with special sessions and/or site visits on 15th July.

Call for Papers
If you wish to offer a paper, please send an abstract to seminar.arab@theiasa.com on or before the 28 February 2020 for consideration by the Steering Committee. Detailed requirements can be found here.



IASA Twitter

We invite you to this year's International Symposium on Media & the #MiddleEast @uniofeastanglia @CinemaCityNrw on Resistance & Activism. The event kicks off on Friday 6 March with a screening of Oscar-Nominated @forsamafilm. Sign up for your FREE ticket: https://t.co/aLAeksxRUH

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