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Anglo-saxon Institutions

Anglo-saxon Institutions

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Department of Qur'anic studies (The Institute of Ismaili (...)

Department of Qur’anic studies (The Institute of Ismaili Studies)

Depuis l’an 2000, l’institut des études ismaéliennes (créé en 1977) dispose d’un département de recherche dévoué aux études coraniques. Il ambitionne, entre autres, de promouvoir la connaissance de la (...)

School of Historical Studies/The Islamic World (Institute for Advanced (...)

School of Historical Studies/The Islamic World (Institute for Advanced Studies)

[Presentation The Institute for Advanced Study is one of the world’s leading centers for theoretical research and intellectual inquiry. The Institute exists to encourage and support fundamental (...)

Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies (University of Edinburgh)

Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies (University of Edinburgh)

[Présentation IMES is recognised in the UK and internationally as a leading institution for research and undergraduate and postgraduate study. It offers a wide range of undergraduate degree (...)

Department of Near Eastern Studies (Cornell University)

Department of Near Eastern Studies (Cornell University)

[Presentation The Department of Near Eastern Studies offers courses in the history, civilization, archaeology, religion, languages, and literatures of the Near East, a region which has had an (...)

Institute of Middle East, Central Asia and Caucasus Studies (University of (...)

Institute of Middle East, Central Asia and Caucasus Studies (University of St Andrews)

[Presentation The Institute of Middle East, Central Asia and Caucasus Studies (MECACS) aims to stimulate interdisciplinary discourse, research and teaching on this geographic area by providing (...)

Faculty of Oriental Studies (University of Oxford)

Faculty of Oriental Studies (University of Oxford)

[Presentation Oxford is one of the largest and most active university centres world-wide for the study of the Islamic world. Arabic has been taught at Oxford for more than 400 years and, since (...)