Exploring Arabic Manuscripts: Scholars, Scribes, and Readers
An Intensive Five-Day Course in Arabic Manuscript Studies

این دوره در نسخه های خطی به زبان عربی از مناطق تاریخی مختلف، از جمله ترکیه، ایران و هند تمرکز می کنند.


23-27 June 2014 – Manchester University, Manchester, UK

The Islamic Manuscript Association, in cooperation with The University of Manchester Library, the John Rylands Research Institute and the Thesaurus Islamicus Foundation, is pleased to announce an advanced course in Islamic Manuscript Studies.

This intensive five-day course is intended for researchers, librarians, art historians, curators, and anyone else working with Islamic manuscripts. As an advanced course, it is particularly aimed at those who have some experience in Islamic Codicology or Manuscript Studies. The course will focus on Arabic-language manuscripts from various regions, including historical Turkey, Iran and India.

For more information about the course, please click here.

Also announcing an accompanying public lecture:

The Arabic Commentaries on the Hippocratic Aphorisms
A Survey of The Manuscript Tradition

Given by Professor Peter Pormann, Director, John Rylands Research Institute, and Professor of Classics and Graeco-Arabic Studies, School of Arts, Languages and Cultures, University of Manchester, UK

6-7pm, 26 June 2014, The John Rylands Library, Manchester, UK