I am a quite interested in the very last one, but looks like an interesting lineup.
21st September Book Launch of Festschrift in honour of Professor Denys Pringle – Crusader Landscapes in the Medieval Levant Lecture by Dr Jonathan Phillips – Recalling the Crusades: Europeans in Nineteenth Century Jerusalem
18th October Dr Noam Leshem – No Man’s Land: Past Horrors, Present Challenges
29th November Dr Hanna Kienzler – Mental health system reform in the occupied Palestinian Territory
14th December Professor Sam N. C. Lieu – AGM Lecture: Between Rome and Parthia – Palmyra and Dura Europos
17th January Dr Andrew Arsan – The Genealogies of Intervention: Humanitarianism in nineteenth-century Lebanon
14th February TBC
15th March Dr Emma Jenkins – Traces of Life: Using geochemistry, phytoliths and ethnographic analysis to interpret Neolithic Settlements
18th April Dr Philip Mansel – Was Aleppo a Levantine City?
16th May Professor Hugh Kennedy – Polis to Medina Revisited: urban change in the Levant between Antiquity and Islam
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