This is the presentation I gave recently at the 2019 conference of the European Society of Environmental History in Tallinn, Estonia (21-24 August). The theme was “Boundaries in/of Environmental History” and the paper was given in James L. Smith’s panel:
What follows is my presentation with images as far as I can use them.
Continue reading “Nature Made Absent? Environmental History and Arabic Manuscript Studies”
Following the good experiences at our panel at the School of Mamluk Studies Conference in Beirut, Christopher Bahl and me have submitted another, larger panel on the transmission of manuscripts at the (unaptly named) Deutscher Orientalistentag in Jena this year. Continue reading “DOT conference in Jena, Germany (September 18-22 2017)”
The next annual SMS conference will come to Beirut in May. Together with Christopher Bahl (SOAS, London), I have organized a panel on “The Oral and the Written: Cultures of Transmission across the funūn“. Continue reading “Upcoming Panel at the School of Mamluk Studies Conference (Beirut, 11-13 May 2017)”