Schedule 2023-2024

Revisiting the History of Medieval Libya (7th-16th centuries)

Sources, Analyses, Projects

A monthly Webinar (Zoom)

Link on demand at: libyemedievale@gmail.com

Despite being well-known for the Greek and Roman era, Libya remains rather unknown for the ten centuries of the Islamic era, that began with the Islamic conquest in the 1st/7th century and ended with the progressive establishment of the Ottoman rule in the 10th/16th century.

Thus, this webinar aims at reactivating the academic interest toward this space, that can be conceptualized as a crossroad within the global Islamic world, connecting the Maghrib with the Mashriq, the Mediterranean Sea and Saharan Africa. Following the last conference cycle (2022-2023), in 2023-2024 we will continue to explore the sources available to the historians to write, reshape and reconsider the history of medieval Libya. A special emphasis will be put on new corpuses, especially material documentation.

Organization committee: Hafed Abdouli (LERIC, University of Sfax, Tunisia) ; Inas Mohamed Ali Bubtana (Archaeology department, University of Benghazi, Libya) ; Sébastien Garnier (University of Paris-1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France) ; Aurélien Montel (University of Toulouse-2, France).

Session 1 (4 October 2023, 18h CET) :

New insight on the major Libyan tribes from the Antiquity to the Middle Ages

Ahmed M’charek (University of Tunis, Tunisia)

Session 2 (18 October 2023, 18h CET) :

Cyrenaica on the eve of the Islamic conquest through epigraphy and numismatics

Khaled Elhaddar (University of Benghazi, Libya)

Session 3 (22 November 2022, 18h CET)

The emirate of the Banū Tellīs in the 15th c. CE

Zakia Elgoud (University of Benghazi, Libya)

Session 4 (20 December 2023, 18h CET)

Shedding light on some Islamic sites and buildings in Cyrenaica

Zuha Sad al-Sadiq (Omar al-Mukhtar University, El-Beyda, Libya)

Session 5 (24 January 2024, 18h CET)

The jurisprudential corpus and the history of Ibadism in medieval Libya: additions and difficulties

Houcine Khlifi (University of Sousse, Tunisia)

Session 6 (21 February 2024, 18h CET)

Looking for Libya in Coptic-Arabic historiographical sources

Perrine Pilette (CNRS, Paris, France)

Session 7 (17 April 2024, 18h CET) 

Partnership for Heritage. Documentation and heritage management for the protection of the Nafousa Mountains (Libya)

Mahmoud Hadia and Ahmed Masoud (Department of Antiquities, Libya)

Session 8 (22 May 2024, 18h CET) 

Between arābulus and Arābulus. The journey of the toponym and difficulties in determining its form

Mohamed Ghodhbane (University of Tunis al-Manar, Tunisia)

Session 9 (26 June 2024, 18h CET)

Surveying and documentation of the archaeological city of Barca (Al-Marj)

Naser Alharari (Department of Antiquities, Benghazi, Libya)



Citer ce billet
Aurélien Montel (2023, 22 juillet). Schedule 2023-2024. LibMed. Consulté le 22 mai 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/qvsp

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