Annoucement: Workshop “Islamic Economy in comparisons” (Aug. 31)
A01″Mobility and Universality in the Islamic Economy” will hold a workshop “Islamic Economy in comparisons” with C01 “Analyses of Connectivities by Digital Humanities Methods.” In this workshop, Ayumu KONASUKAWA, specializing in archeology in South Asia, will discusses the economy and society in the Pre-“State”/Pre-“Islamic” Period, taking that of Indus civilization as an example.
Workshop “Pashtuns’ Network in Thailand” (Aug. 11)
A03“Migrants, Refugees, and Community Building”and B03“Trust and Peace Building in Conflict Affected Area” will hold a workshop “Pashtuns’ Network in Thailand.”
Workshop “Digital Humanities Summer Days 2021″（Aug. 21, 28, Sep. 4, 11）
“C01 “Analyses of Connectivities by Digital Humanities Methods” will hold a series of 4 week seminars for study of digital humanities methods. They are designed for beginners who would like to study digital humanities methods to introduce each method by themselves. Don’t you make the first step toward the world of digital humanities this summer?
For further information, please visit the event page.”
Workshop “Mobility in Yemen and the Indian Ocean in the Medieval Period” (Aug. 6)
B01 “The Ideas of the Muslim Community and State Systems” will hold a workshop “Mobility in Yemen and the Indian Ocean in the Medieval Period” with A02 “Changes in the World of Islamic Thought and Knowledge”.
Workshop “Small Lives in Palestine Observed in Photographs, Literatures and Films” (Jul. 22)
A03 “Migrants, Refugees, and Community Building” will hold a workshop “Small Lives in Palestine Observed in Photographs, Literatures and Films” with the group research “Restorative Justice and Gender in the Post-Conflict” of Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) “Research Project on Islam and Gender: Towards a Comprehensive Discussion” and Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) “Humanistic and Cross-Disciplinary Research on the Relationship between Humans and their ‘Homeland’ in the Transnational Era.”