海外学界情報

2018年10月24日 (水)

The Idea of Iran: サファヴィー朝編

このままロンドンに危機に行きたいところですが

The Idea of Iran: The Safavid Era

Date: 27 October 2018Time: 9:45 AM to: 6:00 PM 

Venue: Brunei Gallery Room: Brunei Gallery Lectur Theatre, SOAS, London

9.50-10.00 Introduction

10.00-10.45

Historiographical perceptions of the transmission from Timurid to Safavid Iran

Ali Anooshahr, University of California, Davis

10.45-11.30

The Qazvin period and the idea of the Safavids

Gregory Aldous, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg

11.30-12.15 

Popular religiosity and vernacular Turkic: A Qizilbash catechism from  Safavid Iran

Ferenc Csirkés, Sabanci University

1.15-2.00 

The bureaucratic career of Hatim Beg Urdubadi

Colin Mitchell, Dalhousie University

2.00-2.45 

The Idea of Iran in the Safavid period: Dynastic pre-eminence and urban  pride

Rudi Mathhee, University of Delaware

2.45-3.15 

Universal harmony (sulh-i kull) and political theology in Safavid Iran

Daniel J. Sheffield, Princeton University

3.45-4.30 

Practicing philosophy, imagining Iran in the Safavid period

Sajjad Rizvi, University of Exeter

4.30-5.15 

Safavids and Shi‘ism in the age of sectarianism

Andrew J. Newman, University of Edinburgh

5.15-6.00 

From Khazaneh to audience: Reception and perception of European  artworks at the court of Shah Sulaiman

Negar Habibi, University of Geneva

2018年6月 1日 (金)

マシュハド・アーザード大学イラン研究コース

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I would like to introduce the following Iranian Studies Short Courses at Mashhad Islamic Azad University International Campus:

·         Techniques of correcting Persian manuscripts

·         Reading Siyaq (The Secret Script of Iranian Chanceries)

·         Examination of documents and their provenance

·         Shahnameh studies, Attar studies, Khayyam studies

·         History of Iranian literature and Mysticism of Khorasani
だそうです。スィヤークがあるのが驚きです。
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Mshdiau_iranian_studies_center2b

2018年4月18日 (水)

オスマン世界における儀礼、儀式、祭礼に関する近年の見方

もう終わったものですが、備忘録として。

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RECENT PERSPECTIVES OF CEREMONIES, RITUALS AND FESTIVALS
IN THE OTTOMAN WORLD

An International Symposium

Convened by Ozgen Felek and Sinem Erdoğan Işkorkutan

Yale Macmillan Center, Council on Middle Eastern Studies

Luke Hall Room 203

34 Hillhouse Avenue, New Haven

April 13, Thursday, 2017

Arrival and Reception

18:30-20:00: RECEPTION CEREMONY

April 14, Friday, 2017

9:00-9:30: OPENING (ALAN MIKHAIL, YALE UNIVERSITY)

9:30-11:30: SESSION 1

RESEARCH ON MATERIAL ASPECTS OF CEREMONIES

Hülya Tezcan (Nişantaşı University): “Hil‘ats worn for the Ambassadors Acceptance Ceremony at the Ottoman Palace”

Amanda Phillips (University of Virginia): “Ottoman Hil‘at: Between Commodity and Charisma”

Nikolaos Vryzidis (British School of Athens): “Textiles and ceremonial of the Greek Church under the Ottomans”

Ashley Dimming (University of Michigan): “Under the Marquee: Imperial Tents and Ceremonial in the Late Ottoman Period”

Discussant: SURAIYA FAROQHI (Istanbul Bilgi University)

12:00-13:30: LUNCH BREAK

13:30-15:00: SESSION 2

REPRESENTATION OF FESTIVALS AND CEREMONIES

Sinem Erdoğan Işkorkutan (Boğazici University): “Between Representation and Reality: A Critical Evaluation of the Narratives of the 1720 Festival and Unknown Archival Sources”

Yeliz Çavuş (Ohio State University): “Reading Change Through Festivities: Royal Weddings During the Reign of Mahmud II”

Merve Çakır (Istanbul University): “The Representation of Ottoman Court Ceremonies and Celebrations in the Art of Calligraphy”

Discussant: Jane Hathaway (Ohio State University)

15:00-15:30: COFFEE BREAK

15:30-16:30: SESSION 3

ROYAL AND URBAN CEREMONIAL SCRUTINIZED I

Ünver Rüstem (John Hopkins University): “Piety and Pageantry: The Ceremonial Life of Sultanic Mosques”

Ayşe Baltacıoğlu-Brammer (Binghamton SUNY): “Those Heretics Gathering Secretly…: Kızılbaş Rituals and Practices according to Early Modern Ottoman Sources”

Discussant: Leslie Peirce (New York University)​

April 15, Saturday, 2017

9:00-10:30: SESSION 4

ROYAL AND URBAN CEREMONIAL SCRUTINIZED II

Jane Hathaway (Ohio State University): “The Ottoman Chief Harem Eunuch in Processions and Festivals”

Darin Stephanov (Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies): “From Court Rituals to the Common Wo/man: Ruler Visibility and Modern Belonging in the Nineteenth-Century Ottoman and Russian Empires”

Veysel Şimşek (Yale University): “Taking the Oath to Defend ‘Religion and the State’ Induction Ceremonies of Ottoman Conscripts in the mid-19th Century”

Discussant: Ayşe Baltacıoğlu-Brammer (University Of Binghamton SUNY)

10:30-11:00: COFFEE BREAK

11:00-12:00: CLOSING REMARKS (SURAIYA FAROQHI, ISTANBUL BILGI UNIVERSITY)

2016年11月 5日 (土)

RECOVERING ‘LOST VOICES’:


CALL FOR PAPERS, SECOND WORKSHOP

 

RECOVERING ‘LOST VOICES’:


THE ROLE AND DEPICTION OF IRANIAN/PERSIANATE SUBALTERNS FROM THE 13TH CENTURY TO THE MODERN PERIOD

A multi-year research project funded by the British Institute of Persian Studies (BIPS).

 

The second of four workshops – on subalterns across the entire Persianate world in the Safavid and Afsharid periods (1501- 1747) – will be held at the University of Edinburgh, UK, on 19-21 May, 2017. 

 

Accommodation provided. Further, limited support is available, especially for PhD students and unaffiliated scholars. Abstracts due by 6 January, 2017.

 

Full details: http://www.shii-news.imes.ed.ac.uk/projects/the-subalterns-project/the-second-workshop-edinburgh-19-21-may-2017/

2016年9月15日 (木)

ボズワース教授記念シンポジウム ライブストリーム 9/16

結構なメンバーです。日本時間だと明日、17:30からということになります。

The British Institute of Persian Studies is proud to announce the live stream of the entire proceedings of the C.E. Bosworth memorial event, which will start at 9.30am UK time, Friday 16 September. This conference celebrates the academic achievements of Professor Edmund Bosworth. The speakers have been carefully selected, as they share Professor Bosworth’s deep passion and love for medieval Pesianate history, which is reflected in the topics of their presentation. Professor Bosworth worked tirelessly for the British Institute of Persian Studies.

For a full programme, please see: http://bips.ac.uk/conference-bosworth/

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME


9.40 – 10.30    Carole Hillenbrand: Some thoughts on the  Isma’ili Qiyama event at Alamut

10.45- 11.35   Robert Hillenbrand: Rediscovering a lost Masterpiece of Iranian Saljuq Architecture

11.35-12.25    Peter Jackson: The Mongol polity in Central Asia (c. 1227-c. 1400)

1.30-2.40       George Malagris: Sultan Mahmud and Firishta

2.40-3.10       Charles Melville: The Illustration of History in Persian Manuscripts

3.30-4.20       Andrew Peacock: Intellectual exchange between the Islamic East and Anatolia in the Middle Ages

Please visit the MIHAN homepage, on http://www.mihan.org.uk , at 9.30am UK time on Friday, 16 September, for accessing the live stream.

2016年6月16日 (木)

マールブルク大学 ポスドク 近世イラン・中央アジア史募集

POST-DOC RESEARCH POSITION in Marburg: full position for 22 months as part of the DYNTRAN-Research group (Dynamics of transmission: Families, Authority and Knowledge in the Early Modern Middle East (15th–17th centuries) with focus on the wider  Iranian or Persianate World

   

This is an open announcement, deadline 1. July 2016, further  details in the attachment and under the official links,
   

   

Official links:
        in German http://www.uni-marburg.de/…/oef…/ze-0064-cnms-wmz-010716.pdf
        in English http://www.uni-marburg.de/…/ze-0064-cnms-wmz-010716-engl.pdf

   


      

2015年11月18日 (水)

MESA 2015 in Denver

MESA 2015
November 21-24, 2015
Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel
Denver, CO

とりあえず、検索した結果だけ。

[P4072-17228] Sunnism, Qizilbashism and Shiism in the Context of Ottoman-Safavid Confrontation by Selim Güngörürler (Sunday, 11/22/15 11:00am)

[P4159-17697] The Evolving Rhetorical Response to Shah Ismail: Idris Bidlisi and Ottoman Anti-Safavid Sentiment, 1501-1513 by Christopher Markiewicz (Tuesday, 11/24/15 8:30am)

[P4159-17378] The Unpatriotic Persian: Fazl Allah Khunji as Pioneer of Anti-Safavid Propaganda by Matthew Melvin-Koushki (Tuesday, 11/24/15 8:30am)

[P4267-17901] Turk and Persian in the early Safavid court: The case of the Khurasan campaign of 1512 by Gregory Aldous (Sunday, 11/22/15 8:30am)

[P4159-17380] Turning Kızılbaş, Turning Safavid: Pro-Safavid Propaganda in Anatolia During the 15th and 16th Centuries by Ayse Baltacioglu-Brammer (Tuesday, 11/24/15 8:30am)

[P4159-17508] “F is for Fath: Qazi Mir Husain Maybudi and his Model Victory Letter” by Colin Mitchell (Tuesday, 11/24/15 8:30am)

 

[P4239-17904] At the Edge of Empire: Frontier Administration and the Formation of Qajar Iran by Assef Ashraf (Monday, 11/23/15 11:00am)

[P4201-17676] Gender, Interiority and the City Center: Locating the Golestan Harem During Nasser al-Din Shah’s Reign by Leila Pourtavaf (Monday, 11/23/15 8:30am)

[P4237-17743] The Baharistan of Jami and Persian Canon Formation by Theodore Beers (Tuesday, 11/24/15 8:30am)

2015年11月 5日 (木)

サファヴィー朝以前のペルシア語文化圏におけるサバルタン

The first workshop of the BIPS-funded Persianate Subalterns project - on pre-Safavid subalterns - will take place on 7-8 November, 2015 in Edinburgh, UK.

The First Workshop

Room G2
19 George Square
Edinburgh EH8 9LD

Live streaming is available by signing up for access at:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-subalterns-project-workshop-1-live-streaming-tickets-19162934854

and then visiting
http://www.shii-news.imes.ed.ac.uk/the-subalterns-project/webcast/

During the day we will take questions from viewers via our Twitter feed, at https://twitter.com/perssubalterns

Saturday, 7 November 2015

9 am – Welcome

9:15 – 10 am – Dr Sussan Babaie
The ‘riffraff’ in Timurid painting: toward a social history of food service

10 – 10.45 am Dr Lloyd Ridgeon
Female Sufis in the Medieval Period

10:45 – 11.30 am Ms Michelle Quay
Sufis and Subalterns: Blacks, Women, and Slaves in Hagiography from al-Sulamī (d. 1091) to Jāmī (d. 1492)

12 – 12.45 pm Dr Bruno de Nicola
Voicing heresy: a description of mendicant dervishes in Mongol Anatolia

12:45 – 1.30 pm Dr Alexey Khismatulin
To Appoint Subalterns to the Saljūq State Positions, To Take al-Ghazali’s Letters of Recommendation and To Submit a Job Statement to the Saljūq Sultan

2:30 – 3.15 pm Dr Miklos Sarkozy
The Dīwān-i Qā’imiyyāt and the Mongols – a reassessment of Mongol-Nizārī contacts in the light of a newly discovered literary source

3:15 – 4 pm Dr Derek Mancini-Lander
Subversive Skylines: Local History as Subaltern History in Mongol Yazd

4:30 – 5.15 pm Dr Riza Yildirim
Futuwwa Ritual Gatherings as a Worship and Social Organizer


Sunday, 8 November 2015

 

10 – 10.45 am – Dr Christine van Ruymbeke
The naughty female of the subaltern class in Kashefi’s version of the Kalila-Dimna

45 – 11.30 am Prof Albert de Jong
Their masters’ voice? The genesis of Zoroastrian Persian literature

15 – 1 pm Dr Rebecca Gould
Poetry as Political Critique: Khāqānī’s Christian Qaṣīda 2 – 3 pm Summary/Conclusio

2015年10月27日 (火)

オスマン研究国際会議 プログラム

以前お知らせしたオスマン研究国際会議ですが、先々週、終わってしまいました。

プログラムのサイトを秋葉さんに教わったので、お知らせしておきます。

http://www.osmanliarastirmalari.org
http://www.osmanliarastirmalari.org/docs/PROGRAM-ENG.pdf

ふたをあけてみると、結構大物も参加しています(トルコ人が圧倒的多数ですが、ヨーロッパからの参加もあります)、とのことです。

2015年9月 3日 (木)

ペルシア語文化圏学会第7回大会

THE SEVENTH BIENNIAL CONVENTION OF THE
ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF PERSIANATE SOCIETIES (ASPS)
ASPS/Istanbul 2015
September 8-11, 2015
Istanbul, Turkey
VENUE: MIMAR SINAN FINE ARTS UNIVERSITY,FINDIKLI CAMPUS

http://www.persianatesocieties.org/

Mughal India and the Deccan Kingdoms
Room Emma Kalb (University of Chicago): Reading the Tahmasnama: Interpreting the Idealized Portrait of an Elite Mughal Slave
Gulfishan Khan (Aligarh Muslim University): Mughal Environmental Concerns in Kashmir
NisarKhan (Jamia Millia Islamia): Sacred and Spatial Meanings of Hasht Behesht in Indo-Iranian Architecture
SalmaAhmed Farooqui (Maulana Azad National Urdu University): Hyderabad: Development of ‘Persianized’ Utilitarian Architecture under the Qutb Shahis

Religion and Cultural Trends in the Mongol Period
Derek Mancini-Lander (SOAS, University of London): Making Yazd Mongol: Rashiduddin Fazlullah and the Rise of the Sayyids in Yazd’s Local Historiography
Kazuo Morimoto (University of Tokyo): The Identity of Sayyid Ibn ʿAbd al-Hamid, the Close Associate of Özbek Khan
Osamu Otsuka (University of Tokyo): Hamd-Allāh Mustawfī and Īrān-zamīn: With a Special Reference to the Unexamined Source, the Dhayl-i Ẓafar-nāma
Mohammad Masad (Zayed University): Between the Lines: A Reexamination of the Life and Times of Ganji

Shiʻism in the Persianate World
Keiko Sakurai (Waseda University): Twelver Shi‘a in Dhaka, Bangladesh: The Emergence of New Leadership
Dennis Halft (Freie Universität Berlin): Twelver Shiite-Armenian Controversies in 12th/18th-Century Iran (WITHDRAWN)
Mohammad Hassan Akhlaqi (Kateb University): Hazaras and Isna Ashari Shiites

Persianate Historiography I
Rudi Matthee (University of Delaware): The Eighteenth Century in Iranian Historiography: Nader Shah: Warlord or National Hero?
Tamar Lekveishvili (Ilia State University): Two References of the Iranian Historian Mohammad Kazem about Relations between Iran and the Georgian Royal Families in the Eighteenth Century
Stanisław Jaśkowski(University of Warsaw): Ahmad Kasravi and His View of History in the Light of Iranian Historical Tradition
Philip Hopkins (University of St Andrews): Southern Baptist Missions in Iran

Language and Society
Panel Chair: Seyfi Kenan (Marmara University)
Aftandil Erkinov (Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies): Kitab-e Sasiyan: A Unique Fourteenth-Century Manuscript from Tashkent for Understanding the Secret Language of Street Workers in Central Asia
Dan Shapira (Bar Ilan University): Parting of Ways: When the Kinds of Persian Became So Different?
Martin Schwartz (UC, Berkeley): The Ketab-e Sasiyan and Secret Vocabularies of Iran

What is Indo-Persian? A View from the Late Mughal Period
Mana Kia (Columbia University): Loving Iran from Hindustan: Translocal Persian Literary Culture in a Mid-Eighteenth-Century Delhi Moment
Arthur Dudney (University of Cambridge): Indian Accents and Iranian Accents: A History of the Concept of Local Usage in Persian
Kevin Schwartz (University of Maryland): Tazkirahs and the Articulation of Socio-Literary Worlds in Late Mughal India
Jane Mikkelson (University of Chicago): Of Parrots and Crows: Bīdel and Ḥazīn in Their Own Words

Indo-Persian Literature
Sunil Sharma (Boston University): The Shahjehan-nameh: Versifying the Glorious Reign of a Mughal Ruler
Theodore Beers (University of Chicago): Social Networks in the ‘Arafat al-‘Asheqin of Taqi Awhadi: The Case of Vahshi, Muhtasham, and the Poets of Kashan
Shahla Farghadani (Islamic Azad University): Social Class and Sexuality in the Safavid-Mughal Period
Alexander Jabbari (University of California, Irvine): Contested Visions of Persianate Sexuality, Past and Future

Persianate Historiography II
Golriz Farshi (University of Michigan): The Encounter of Timur and Bayazid: Historians vs. the Sultans
Barry Wood (Boğaziçi University): The Battle of Chaldiran in Safavid Memory: Evidence from the “Anonymous Tales”
Philip Bockholt (Freie Universität Berlin): Writing History in Safavid Times: The Habib al-siyar and its Reception in the Pre-Modern World
Abolala Soudavar (Independent Researcher): Parading an Emperor: Tahmasb's Trump Card against the Ottomans
Grigoi Beradze (Georgian Academy of Sciences, Ilia State University): Written in Stone: On a Bilingual Epitaph of the Late Fourteenth Century from Khnov (Daghestan)

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