Prix de thèse – Prix Marcel et Paul Pescheteau des Amis du musée national de la Céramique (date limite : 31 mars 2023)

Afin d’encourager la recherche dans le domaine des arts du Feu (céramique, verre, émail) et de permettre aux meilleurs travaux scientifiques de trouver le plus grand rayonnement, la Société des Amis du musée national de Céramique décernera pour la première fois en 2023, un prix récompensant l’auteur d’une thèse ayant contribué à l’étude et à l’approfondissement des connaissances en la matière, toutes périodes et territoires confondus et quelle que soit la discipline universitaire dans laquelle elle a été soutenue.

Ce prix annuel de 8000 € doté par la société de vente aux enchères Pescheteau–Badin est destiné à éditer la thèse du lauréat dans une collection intitulée «Les Arts du Feu» créée par les Presses Universitaires de Rennes avec lesquelles la Société des Amis du musée national de Céramique a passé un accord.

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Call for paper – Journal of Ankara Studies (deadline : February 28, 2023)

Koc University Vehbi Koc Ankara Studies Research Center (VEKAM)  publishes an interdisciplinary biannual refereed journal called the Journal of Ankara Studies since 2013.The first part of the journal contains original research articles centered around Ankara and its environs while the second part is feature opinion articles on this subject. In publishing this journal, the Center aims, in line with its mission, to compile any academic studies which reveal new data on Ankara and it’s environs through scientific research and to support and release them to the public. Journal of Ankara Studies makes up for the huge lack of research about the capital by publishing articles in both Turkish and English.

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Call for application – Ralph C. and Mary Lynn Heid Rare Materials Research Fellowship (deadline : February 1st 2023)

The University of Michigan Library invites applications for fellowships for research in residence.

The Ralph C. and Mary Lynn Heid Rare Materials Research Fellowship is open to researchers whose work would benefit from onsite access to our special collections, including the Islamic Manuscripts Collection held in the Special Collections Research Center.

Our fellows are awarded:

$1,500 for a project requiring a residence of one week or more

$3,000 for a project requiring a residence of three weeks or more

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Recrutement – Responsable valorisation et communication, Institut français d’islamologie (IFI)

INTITULE DU POSTE : RESPONSABLE VALORISATION ET COMMUNICATION, INSTITUT FRANCAIS D’ISLAMOLOGIE

Date souhaitable de prise de fonction : 01/03/2023

Sous l’autorité du directeur de l’IFI et de ses deux adjoints, notamment le directeur scientifique adjoint, le ou la responsable de la valorisation et de la communication du GIP a pour mission de participer au développement de la structure de création récente et d’apporter son expertise pour la réalisation des objectifs détaillés dans sa convention constitutive et la mise en œuvre des actions déterminées par son conseil scientifique et validé par l’assemblée générale.

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Appel à contribution – BIDAYA : revue étudiante francophone en sciences humaines et sociales sur le monde arabe (Date limite : 28 avril 2023)

Dossier thématique : « Arts et pouvoir dans le monde arabe »

Quel lien existe-t-il entre les différentes formes d’expression artistique et de pouvoir dans le monde arabe ? Telle est la problématique que se propose d’explorer le dossier thématique du troisième numéro de la revue étudiante Bidaya.
Le rôle de l’art comme outil de contestation n’est plus à démontrer, les soulèvements dans les pays arabes l’ont d’ailleurs largement mis en exergue. De Tunis au Caire, de Bagdad à Beyrouth, les espaces urbains, tout comme le cyberespace, ont été partout investis par des créations aux tonalités souvent très politiques. L’art, en tant qu’expression culturelle, sociale et politique, peut donc être utilisé de manière à influencer la société et/ou à défier le régime politique en place. Cela a été le cas particulièrement dans des moments révolutionnaires ou de lutte politique, comme la révolution égyptienne de 1919 ou la Guerre d’indépendance algérienne. Le véritable pouvoir de l’art, notamment dans des contextes autoritaires, réside alors dans sa capacité à générer des utopies, à imaginer les possibles et à pousser les individus à interroger leurs conditions de vie. C’est en cela que les expressions artistiques sont non seulement une forme de contestation, mais aussi de mobilisation des populations ; d’où l’attention que leur portent les gouvernements et États de tout temps.

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Call for Paper – Panel on Premodern Islamic Maghrib for MESA 2023 (deadline : February 4th 2023) 

Stephen Cory is organizing a panel on the pre-modern Islamic Maghrib for the 2023 Middle East Studies Association (MESA) annual meeting.  The conference will be held on November 2-5, 2023, in Montréal, Québec, Canada.  300-400 word abstracts for the paper proposals will need to be submitted on the MESA website by February 16, 2023.  However, the panel proposal was already submitted, he will need to know who is on the panel and what they plan to talk about by February 4

The tentative name for the panel is “Political, Social and Religious Change in the Pre-Modern Islamic Maghrib.” He is also open to considering paper proposals dealing with other topics related to the pre-modern (before the nineteenth century) Islamic Maghrib.   If you are interested in participating, please send an abstract of 200-400 words and a 50-word biography by February 4 to s.cory@csuohio.edu.

Conduct Research in Jordan! – ACOR Amman 2023–2024 Fellowships (Deadline : February 1st 2023 )

Acor Jordan

The February 1, 2023 deadline to apply for fellowships with The American Center of Research is rapidly approaching !

Established more than fifty years ago and situated in the heart of the Jordanian capital, Amman, the American Center has awarded more than 1,000 fellowships to American, Jordanian, and other scholars conducting research on Jordan and the wider region. The center maintains a vibrant fellowship program that funds students and academics to research, publish or present their findings, and participate in archaeological or ethnographic fieldwork in Jordan and other countries in the region. We encourage you to share these opportunities widely with your networks. Complete information about all the ACOR Fellowships is available at https://acorjordan.org/fellowships-2/

We wish to highlight two opportunities in particular, a 4-month NEH fellowship for postdoctoral researchers, and 2–6 month fellowships for graduate students:

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Recrutement – Post-doctorant F/H ‘Recherches sur le Maghreb’ (date limite : 3 mars 2023)

ENGLISH BELOW

Localisation : EHESS

Statut : Contractuel

Date de prise de fonction : 01-09-2023

Date de limite de candidature : 03-02-2023

L’EHESS recrute 1 contractuel post-doctorant effectuant des recherches s’intégrant dans le thème “Recherches sur le Maghreb”

Le poste est à pourvoir à compter du 1er septembre 2023 pour une durée de 2 ans, pour une rémunération brute mensuelle de 2447.81 €.

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Call for Abstracts – Reading Reuse : Image Recycling in Egypt and Beyond (deadline : February, 15th 2023)

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Atelier de recherche

Le mercredi 15 février 2023 (heure du Caire), IFAO 

Reading reuse. Image recycling in Egypt and beyond
Call for Abstracts – Deadline February 15th, 2023

Vera Elizabeth Allen, Axelle Brémont & Simon Connor

Langue : anglais.

The Ifao is organizing a workshop on the concept of reuse of decorated artifacts (entire monuments or wall reliefs, pieces of furniture, statues, figurines, painted or incised pots, items of personal or mobiliary adornment, etc.) in archaeological or architectural settings.

Our aim is to contribute to the understanding of the creation and use of image-bearing objects in societies throughout time and across borders: how and why they may change in form and function, and what it means to study and interpret such “biographical objects.” Shape, size, material and decoration are just a few of the elements that play an important role in the perception and possible reuse of artifacts, that prove to be versatile, always shifting in their apparent passiveness on the basis of our necessities. As such, objects live several lives that are worthy of being explored, the succession of which build up a ‘biography’ over time (Kopytoff 1986, Henare 2006). Their later uses are not necessarily the ones that were intended for them by their producers and patrons; moreover, people and objects constantly influence each other, as theorized by Gell (1998), Freedberg (1989), Bredekamp (2017).

The workshop, held in Cairo, will largely center upon the Egyptian context and material corpus, nevertheless the scope is resolutely interdisciplinary and cross-cultural. Case studies will anchor our reflections to concrete practices, and serve to build a common methodological, interpretative and theoretical framework, accessible to a diversified body of specialists.

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Appel à participation – Cycle Manuscrits arabes et humanités numériques (date limite : 27 janvier 2023)

Page de titre d’une histoire des beys d’Oran par Hassan Khodja, 1875. Collections de la BULAC (CC-0). En ligne : https://num.bulac.fr/ARA/MS.ARA.417

1.     Déroulé du cycle

Les projets TariMa (financé par le GIS CollEx-Persée, coord. Benjamin Guichard et Antoine Perrier) et Hunai (financé par l’Université de Strasbourg, coord. Erice Vallet et Clark Junior Membourou Moimecheme) proposent un cycle de formation et d’initiation aux méthodes numériques appliquées aux manuscrits écrits en caractères arabes, en particulier aux manuscrits du genre historique. Ce cycle prendra la forme d’ateliers de formation en France puis d’un stage à Rabat, au Maroc.

Trois ateliers d’annotation seront d’abord organisés en France : ils porteront sur le texte de ces manuscrits numérisés qui aura été extrait automatiquement par une technique HTR. Chaque participant se verra attribuer un extrait de manuscrit issu des corpus des deux projets, avec pour tâche de :

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Call for paper – 10th European Conference of Iranian Studies, Leiden University, Netherland, 21-25 August 2023 (deadline : 15 January 2023)

The Wulff Archive:  An Encyclopaedia of the Traditional Crafts, Technology, Science, Material Culture, and Art of Iran

Convenors

  • Dr Mahroo Moosavi (University of Oxford, UK)
  • Dr Roxana Zenhari (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany)
  • Professor Pedram Khosronejad (Powerhouse Museum/Western Sydney University, Australia)

Background

Johannes Eberhard Wulff was born in 1907 in Westphalia, Germany. In 1936, he was given an official position to go to Iran at the request of Reza Shah Pahlavi the king of Iran (r.1925-1941), to plan and set up the first ever schools of technical engineering, as foreign aid of the German government to the Iranian government. The first technical college was established by Wulff in Shiraz in 1937, and it was during the official opening of this school that he received a royal order from Reza Shah, to collect the necessary data for the preparation of an encyclopaedia of the “Traditional Crafts, Technology, Science, Material Culture and Art of Persia”.

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Call for Application – 5 Postdoctoral fellowships EUME, Berlin(closing date: 25 January, 2023)

The Berlin-based Forum Transregionale Studien invites scholars to apply for up to five postdoctoral fellowships for the academic year 2023/2024 for the research program

EUROPE IN THE MIDDLE EAST—THE MIDDLE EAST IN EUROPE (EUME)

EUME seeks to rethink key concepts and premises that link and divide Europe and the Middle East. The program draws on the international expertise of a growing network of scholars in and outside of Germany and is embedded in university and extra-university research institutions in and outside of Berlin. EUME supports historical-critical philology, rigorous engagement with the literatures of the Middle East and their histories, the social history and life of cities and the study of Middle Eastern political and philosophical thought as central fields of research not only for area or cultural studies, but also for European intellectual history and other academic disciplines. The program explores modernity as a historical space and conceptual frame. EUME is interested in questions relating to ongoing transformation processes in Europe and the Middle East, in re-imaginations of the past and present that contribute to free, pluralistic and just societies.

The program puts forward three programmatic ideas:

1) supporting research that demonstrates the rich and complex historical legacies and entanglements between Europe and the Middle East; 2) re-examining genealogical notions of mythical ‘origins’, and ‘purity’ in relation to culture and society; and 3) rethinking key concepts of a shared modernity and future in light of contemporary cultural, social, and political divisions and entanglements that supersede identity discourses as well as national, cultural or regional canons and epistemologies that were established in the nineteenth century.

EUROPE IN THE MIDDLE EAST—THE MIDDLE EAST IN EUROPE supports and rests upon interconnected research fields and themes that mark the open framework for the fellowship program that constitutes EUME:

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Call for paper – 2nd Annual Khamseen Graduate Student Presentation Award (Deadline : March 1st, 2023)

Khamseen: Islamic Art History Online offers short-form presentations and glossary term definitions to support teaching, learning, and research in Islamic art and related fields. Since the website’s launch in Fall 2020, we have regularly added new presentations. Last year, we successfully launched the first annual Khamseen Graduate Student Presentation Award; Sylvia Wu’s winning contribution on the Ashab Mosque in Quanzhou, South China, can be viewed here. While the PhD is a requirement for general submissions, Khamseen’s Graduate Student Presentation Award enables advanced PhD students to feature their expertise and contribute to Khamseen

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Call for Application – The Cochrane Research Fellowship (Deadline 23 December 2022)

Applications are warmly invited for the Cochrane Research Fellowship 2023 at the Chester Beatty. This is a three-month, funded postdoctoral research position that must be undertaken within the calendar year 2023 (please follow the link below for full information). The purpose of the Fellowship is to support academic research on Arabic manuscripts in the Chester Beatty collections and to share that research with the academic community and museum audiences.

There are approximately 3,000 Arabic manuscripts (including copies of the Qur’an) at the Chester Beatty, written on papyrus, parchment and paper. These offer an exceptional resource for scholarship, with open potential to research the histories of art, ideas, faith, science, literature, libraries, intellectual networks, empire, and collecting.

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Call for paper – Turkologentag 2023 (Deadline : 31 dec. 2022)

The Chair of Turkish Studies at the University of Vienna invites researchers from all over the world working in the fields of history, linguistics, philology, literary studies, social sciences, anthropology, and political sciences in Turkey and the Turkic world to participate in the Fourth European Convention on Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish Studies (Turkologentag 2023). The conference will take place on September 21 – 23, 2023 at the University of Vienna. It is organized in co-operation with GTOT e.V. (Society for Turkic, Ottoman and Turkish Studies).

The conference aims to bring together individual scholars, institutions and organizations from Europe and elsewhere who are engaged in Turkish and Turkic Studies. The four-day event will provide an opportunity for an intellectual exchange and conversation between participants and allow them to build networks for future cooperation. There will be a special forum for PhD candidates and graduate students.

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