Department of Religious Studies

Safia Latif: She was a Pious Devotee: Piety, Power, and Women in Medieval Islam

Fri, February 19, 2016 | CAL Reading Room

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

• ISL Graduate Student Colloquium - Every other Friday, 2-3 pm, in CAL Reading Room
Dates: Friday January 22 through Friday April 29
Organizer: Samy Ayoub, MES
Presenters:
1) Erol Koymen - Jan 22 - “Late Ottoman Nationalist Musical Thought Before Gökalp
2) Chris Rose - Feb 5 - “What is Islamic about Cholera in 19th Century Egypt?”
3) Safia Latif - Feb 19 - “She Was a Pious Devotee: Piety, Power, and Women in Medieval Islam”
4) Hadi Hosainy - Mar 4 - “From Concubines to Daughters:
The Adoption of Female Slaves in Early Modern Istanbul”
5) Sophia Golvach - Mar 25 - “Modern International Humanitarian Law
and Islamic Law of Armed Conflict”
6) Norah Elamir - Apr 8 - “Comparing the Theological Concept of ‘Iṣma from the Early
to Modern Periods of Islam”

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