Michaelmas Term: Research at AIIT
16 October: Christine van Ruymbeke (Cambridge)
Kashefi’s Anvar-e Sohayli: Rewriting Kalila wa-Dimna in Timurid Herat.
6 November: Cameron Petrie (Cambridge)
Adaptation to variable environments, resilience to climate change: Land, Water and Settlement and the Indus Civilisation
20 November: Special Event for Friends of the Trust:
Almut Hintze (SOAS)
Living scholarship: a journey into Indo-Iranian Studies
27 November: Robin Ackroyd
Mongol nutag, Chingisiin Ongon: Mongolian homeland, Genghis Khan’s tomb
The biennial Harold Bailey Memorial Lecture will be held this year at the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge on 11 December at 5.30pm. Professor Amélie Kuhrt will speak on The King Speaks: The Persians and their Empire.
Unless otherwise stated, these lectures are held at 23 Brooklands Avenue, Cambridge on Friday afternoons at 5.30pm. Admission is free, and light refreshments are served from 5pm. All are welcome.