We are pleased to announce that LGI will fund three new seed projects supporting interdisciplinary and international collaborations: one on nomadic state organizations of the Mongol empire, one on early complexity in Iraqi Kurdistan, and one on heritage in muslim contexts within Africa and Asia.
Thu 30 Oct 2014, 17-19 hrs | LUCIS/GLASS Lecture Jonathan Brown | Scripture in Contemporary Muslim Politics
On Thursday 30 October, Jonathan Brown will give a LUCIS/GLASS lecture entitled "The Role of Scripture in Contemporary Muslim Politics." This lecture is organised by LUCIS in cooperation with GLASS (Global Asia Scholar Series). Time: 17.00-19.00 hours. Location: Lipsius Building, Cleveringaplaats 1, room 227.
Friday 31 Oct 2014, 11-13 hrs | LUCIS/GLASS Faculty Roundtable with Jonathan Brown | Who Owns the Canon?
On Friday 31 October, Jonathan Brown will lead a LUCIS/GLASS faculty roundtable discussion entitled "Who Owns the Canon?". This roundtable is organised by LUCIS in cooperation with GLASS (Global Asia Scholar Series). Panelists: Jonathan Brown, Jonathan Silk, Ineke Sluiter and Kiri Paramore. Chair: Petra Sijpesteijn. Time: 11.00-13.00 hrs. Location: Heinsius room, Leiden University Library. Everyone is invited to join!