Eastern Iran and Transoxiana 750-1150: Persianate Culture and Islamic Civilization (8-9 mars 2013)

Institute of Iranian Studies, University of St Andrews, 8-9 March 2013

Conference Programme

Friday 8 March
9.15: Ali Ansari, Welcome
9.30-10.30: Panel 1 - Political History of the early Islamic East
Aleksandr Naymark: The Fate of Bukhar Khudas: a pre-Islamic Dynasty in Islamic
Minoru Inaba: Across the Hindukush of the early Islamic period

11.00-13:00 Panel 2 - Cities in early Islamic Khurasan and Transoxiana
Hugh Kennedy: Early Islamic urbanism in Transoxania: textual and archaeological
Tim Williams: Merv: recent research into the development of the Islamic city,
from the 8th to 13th centuries CE
Fanny Bessard: Integration of Transoxiana within the globalised economy of the
Umayyad and early Abbasid caliphates (8th-9th C.)
Andrew Peacock: Fami’s History of Herat and the tradition of local
historiography in Khurasan

14.00-15.00: Panel 3 - The transition to an Islamic society
Firuza Melville: Traces of pre-Islamic in Islamic marriage in Persian
literature and Beyond
Arezou Azad: Female public figures in mediaeval Balkh

15.30-17:00: Panel 4 - Art and material culture
Deborah Klimburg-Salter: Zone of Transition: The Art of Northern Afghanistan in
the 8th century
Robert Hillenbrand: Content versus context in Samanid epigraphic pottery
Oya Pancaroglu: The Material Culture of Medieval Nishapur in a Comparative

Saturday 9 March
Panel 4: Political History of the 11th and 12th centuries
Carole Hillenbrand: The life and times of al-Kunduri
Edmund Bosworth: The Ghurids in Khurasan
Juergen Paul: Rural notables, local lords? Remarks on the ra’is in 12th
century eastern Iran
Deborah Tor: Sultan and Caliphate in the Seljuq Period

11:45-12:45: Panel 6 – Kingship and literature in the ninth and tenth
Ghazzal Dabiri: Genealogy and Quranic Symbols: Constructing Kings as Moral
Types in 9-10th century Iranian Historiography
Louise Marlow: The king and his kh?ssa in a Samanid work of advice: relations
and Responsibilities

14.00-15:00: Panel 7 - The Court and its Literature in the Eleventh century
Roy Mottahedeh: The Ghaznavid Court Sarah Savant: Al-Tha’?lib?’s Memorable
Thim?r al-qul?b f? al-mu??f wa-l-mans?b: A Portrait of an Eleventh-Century
Cultural Broker

15.30-17:00 Panel 8 - Islam in the mashriq
Teresa Bernheimer: The 'Alids in Eastern Iran and Transoxiana, c. 750-1150
Christopher Melchert: The early spread of Hanafism in Khurasan Lutz
Richter-Bernburg: Nâser-e Khosrow revisited

For further details and information about registration see http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/~iranian/transoxiana.html

OpenEdition vous propose de citer ce billet de la manière suivante :
Camille Rhoné (18 février 2013). Eastern Iran and Transoxiana 750-1150: Persianate Culture and Islamic Civilization (8-9 mars 2013). Diwan. Consulté le 18 juillet 2024 à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/nps9

Camille Rhoné

Agrégée d'histoire, titulaire d'une thèse de doctorat en histoire de l'Islam médiéval ("Défendre le territoire en Iran nord-oriental - Khorassan et Transoxiane -, IXe-XIe siècle"), Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.

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