The 2021 Seminar

The 54th Seminar for Arabian Studies, organized by the International Association for the Study of Arabia (IASA), will take place online over the weekends of 2 – 4 and 9 – 11 July 2021 in collaboration with and supported by Casa Árabe, Cordoba.

The Programme may be found here. Please note that all times on the programme are in BST (GMT +1). 

Submissions for posters are now closed. Guidelines for posters may be found here

Please note that Registration for all parts of the Seminar is required, but this year, thanks to the generous support of Casa Árabe, the Parallel Sessions on 9th July, as below, and the keynote lecture,  will be free of charge and open to all.

Registration and Fees

Register for the Seminar here

Seminar for Arabian Studies 2-4 and 9-11 July 2021 (6 days)

Full fee: £80

IASA Member: £60

Student: £40

Seminar for Arabian Studies 2-4 July 2021 (3 days)

Full fee: £45

IASA Member: £35

Student: £25

Seminar for Arabian Studies 9-11 July 2021 (3 days)

Full fee: £45

IASA Member: £35

Student: £25

Register for the Seminar here

 

Casa Árabe Special Session 9 July 2021

Casa Árabe is hosting a parallel session on Friday 9th July. This consists of two different themes:

  • The comparison of cultural and environmental adaptations in the Arabian and Iberian peninsulas

  • Intellectual links: language, law, theology and culture in Jazīrat al-‘Arab and Jazīrat al-Andalus.

The paper presentations are free of charge and open to the public via Casa Árabe’s YouTube and Facebook pages but access to the Q and A and discussions following the presentations is only for those registered for the Seminar.

 

Keynote Lecture 9 July 2021 7pm BST, hosted by Casa Árabe

Professor Maribel Fierro ‘Medina in al-Andalus and North Africa: representations, beliefs and practices’

The keynote lecture is free of charge and open to the public via Casa Árabe’s YouTube and Facebook pages.

More details on the lecture may be found here.

 

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