Catégorie : Webinar / وبينار

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A conference by Khaled Elhaddar on Wednesday 18 October 2023 / محاضرة خالد الهدار يوم الأربعاء 18 أكتوبر 2023

Wednesday 18 October 2023 (18.00 CET and 18.00 Libya Time), we’ll have the pleasure to host the second session of our monthly webinar Revisiting the History of Medieval Libya, 7th-16th centuries (cycle 2023-2024). On Zoom, Khaled Elhaddar (University of Benghazi, Libya) will...

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New insight on the major Libyan tribes from the Antiquity to the Middle Ages/الجديد حول كبرى القبائل الليبية من القديم إلى الوسيط/7-10 م

A. M’Charek (Prof. Emeritus, University of Tunis) This presentation revolves around the reassessment of the role played by the Berber tribes in Libya from Antiquity to the Middle Ages. The “old thesis” postulates the arrival of the “New Berbers” at...

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A conference by Ahmed M’charek on Wednesday 4 October 2023 / محاضرة أحمد مشارك يوم الأربعاء 4 أكتوبر 2023

Seeing the difficult circumstances that Libyan people is currently going through, due to the humanitarian catastrophe caused by hurricane Daniel that stormed and flooded the cities of Eastern Libya, the LibMed team decided to postpone the date of Professor Ahmed...

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LibMed Webinar 2023-2024

وبينار ليبميد 2023-2024 The first session has been postponed to October 4, 6.00 PM (CET). The official poster of our new programme is available (pdf and jpeg). Feel free to circulate! Our first session hosts on Wednesday 20 September our...

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Webinar 2023-2024

نظرة جديدة لتاريخ ليبيا خلال العصر الوسيط (ق 7- 16م) المصادر – مناهج معالجة البيانات – مشاريع البحث  محاضرات عن بعد شهريّا (عبر تطبيقة زوم) يطلب رابط كل محاضرة من العنوان الإلكتروني libyemedievale@gmail.com على عكس الفترات القديمة مثل الرومانية والإغريقية،...

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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...

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Arabic inscriptions from Cyrenaica (7th-10th centuries AD)/نقوش عربية إسلامية من اقليم برقة بين القرنين 7 م – 10 م

Inas Bubtana (University of Benghazi, Libya) د. ايناس محمد بوبطانه محاضر بقسم الاثار كلية الاداب جامعة بنغازي Islamic inscriptions, like others, hold significant historical value and contribute to our understanding of the texts and dates they contain.  They provide insights...

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A conference by Inas Bubtana on Wednesday 5 July 2023 / محاضرة إيناس بوبطانة يوم الأربعاء 5 يوليو 2023

Wednesday 5 July 2023 (18.00 CET and 18.00 Libya Time), we’ll have the pleasure to host the ninth session of our monthly webinar Revisiting the History of Medieval Libya, 7th-16th centuries (cycle 2022-2023). On Zoom, Inas Mohamed Ali Bubtana (University of Benghazi,...

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Medieval Tripoli through the eyes of Christian captives from the Ottoman era: the narrative of the French surgeon Pierre Girard (17th century CE) as a case study

by Aurélien Montel and Louis Fandre Preamble Because of its close relationship to the Arabic world, Libya is a country for the study of which medieval and modern historians instinctively turn to arabic texts. Nowadays, however, there are but a...

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A conference by Aurélien Montel and Louis Fandre on Wednesday 31 May 2023 / محاضرة أوريليان مونتيل ولويس فاندر يوم الأربعاء 31 مايو 2023

Wednesday 31 May 2023 (18.00 CET and 18.00 Libya Time), we’ll have the pleasure to host the eighth session of our monthly webinar Revisiting the History of Medieval Libya, 7th-16th centuries (cycle 2022-2023). On Zoom, Aurélien Montel (CIHAM-UMR 5648, Lyon, France) and...

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