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PhD thesis: The Islamic monuments of Ahmedabad

Rémy (10 oct. 2009)

Sara Keller, The Islamic monuments of the walled city of Ahmedabad, India (15-18th century): an archeological study. PhD thesis in Building Archaeology, University of Paris IV Sorbonne, France; and Otto-Friedrich Universität Bamberg, Germany, 16 October 2009. "Unlike many medieval and modern royal ...

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Workshop on Sehwan, 27 January 2009, CEIAS-EHESS

Rémy (27 janv. 2009)

Plurality of sources and interdisciplinary approach: A case study of Sehwan Sharif in Sindh Maison de l'Asie, Grand Salon (1st floor), 22 avenue du Président Wilson, 75016 Paris As part of activity of the research team “History and Sufism in the Indus Valley” (CEIAS), led by Michel Boivin, a ...

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The First International Conference on Karachi (2013)

Rémy (14 déc. 2012)

The First International Conference on Karachi will be held in 2013 in Karachi. For the purpose abstracts are invited on the broad theme divided in to ‘the historical’, ‘the contemporary’, and ‘the physical’ on all subjects related to Karachi. Abstracts should be 300 – 350 words ...

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The melody of the wandering ascetics, introduced by Michel Boivin

Rémy (28 avr. 2010)

We wish to introduce new Sindhi poetry through excerpts of the risâlo of Shâh `Abd al-Karîm (1536-1624). He was the grand-father of Shâh `Abd al-Lâtif (1689-1752), the famous author of Shâh jo risâlo. Shâh `Abd al-Karîm lived in the village of Bulri, not far from Thatta. The risâlo is made ...

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Book: Sultans, Traders, and Pilgrims in Gujarat

michelboivin (8 oct. 2010)

Samira Sheikh, Forging a Region: Sultans, Traders, and Pilgrims in Gujarat 1200-1500, New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2010, 265 p. As a historian of Medieval India, Samira Sheikh publishes a slightly revised version of the Ph. D. she prepared at Oxford University some years ago. The book is most ...

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MA dissertation: Interdisciplinarity and Research in Social Sciences

Rémy (2 juil. 2010)

Sohail Bawani, Integrating Interdisciplinarity in research and teaching/learning at higher educational level in Pakistan: exploring the case of Sehwan Interdisciplinary Project (SIP), MA thesis in Sociology, University of Karachi , 20 July 2010. "This qualitative case study seeks to explore ways of ...

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Book review: Islamic Sufism Unbound by Robert Rozehnal

michelboivin (15 févr. 2009)

Robert Rozehnal (2007) Islamic Sufism Unbound. Politics and Piety in Twenty First Century Pakistan, New York & Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan. In this book, which is a revised version of a PhD defended at Duke University with Bruce Lawrence as supervisor, Robert Rozenhal addresses a central ...

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Interview with Richard K. Wolf, 2009

Rémy (15 sept. 2009)

Richard K. Wolf is Professor of Ethnomusicology at Harvard University. While working first on the Kotas of South India, he did fieldwork on Shia and Sufi rituals in Pakistan. Dr Frédérique Pagani, a MIFS member, interviewed him in May 2009 about his fieldwork in Sindh, including his methodology. ...

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PhD thesis: Shia-Ismaili Motifs in the Sufi Architecture of the Indus Valley

Rémy (21 avr. 2009)

Hasan Ali Khan, Shia-Ismaili Motifs in the Sufi Architecture of the Indus Valley, 1200-1500 A.D., PhD thesis in Religious Studies, SOAS, London, 30 April 2009. "The relationship between Shiism and Sufism is one of the most unexplored areas of Islamic studies. Its study has traditionally been ...

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Book launch in Karachi, AFK, 15 October 2008

Rémy (20 oct. 2008)

On the occasion of the visit of MIFS members to Pakistan, the French Alliance of Karachi (AFK) hosted an evening with Michel Boivin who presented his new edited book: Michel Boivin (ed) Sindh though History and Representations. French Contributions to Sindhi Studies. Karachi, OUP, 2008. The AFK, the ...

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