Hosted by Mohsen Feyzbakhsh
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TehranISM is a series of conversations addressing Islamic studies across the world. The aim of conversations is to link "Western" and "non-Western" study of Islam. In particular, it aims at engaging more Iranian scholars and students with the state of the art in global Islamic studies.
Each conversation will focus on one recently published work about Islam. The structure of each conversation consists of: 5 minutes "introduction" by the host; 15 minutes "comments" by the discussant; and 20-30 minutes "response" by the author and the Q&A period.
September 3, 11 am (EDT), 16 (BST), 19:30 (Iran daylight time)
Author: Gabriel Said Reynolds (University of Notre Dame)
Discussant: Mohsen Goudarzi (University of Minnesota)
September 10, 10 am (EDT), 15 (BST), 18:30 (Iran daylight time)
Author: Sonja Brentjes (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin)
Discussant: Amir Mohammad Gamini (University of Tehran)
September 17, 10 am (EDT), 15 (BST), 18:30 (Iran daylight time)
Author: Konrad Hirschler (Freie Universität Berlin)
Discussants: Sarah Bowen Savant (Aga Khan University)
Ali Tabatabai Yazdi (Mohaqiq Tabatabai Foundation)
September 24, 10 am (EDT), 15 (BST), 17:30 (Iran standard time)
Author: Abdulla Galadari (Khalifa University, Abu Dhabi)
Discussant: Kurt Andres Richardson (University of Toronto)
October 1, 10 am (EDT), 15 (BST), 17:30 (Iran standard time)
Author: Marijn van Putten (Leiden University)
Discussant: Ala Vahidnia (Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies, Tehran)
Further inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org