The Ezri Center for Iran & Persian Gulf Studies

    Rare Book & Manuscript exhibition

    An exhibition in the Chang Octagon of the Rare Book & Manuscript
    Library of Columbia University, on view from December 19, 2012 until
    March 29, 2013, showcases books and ephemera in Arabic, Armenian,
    Avestan, Persian, Sanskrit, Sumerian, and Turkish, while exploring the
    interdependence between the development of library resources and the
    establishment of the University's Middle Eastern and South Asian
    Studies programs. Its historical context is the 150th anniversary of
    the birth of Richard Gottheil (1862-1936) and A. V. Williams Jackson
    (1862-1937), who in the 1890s organized Columbia's first graduate
    programs in Near Eastern Studies:
    http://cfis.columbia.edu/news/collecting-oriental-books-columbia-libraries-1886-1936
    The exhibition is open to the public; for directions to the
    Rare Book & Manuscript Library
    Butler Library, 6th Floor East
    535 West 114th St
    New York, NY 10027, see:
    http://www.columbia.edu/about_columbia/map/butler_library.htmlThe exhibition is accompanied a conference about Islamic Studies at
    Columbia on January 31, 2013, in the Faculty House of Columbia University.
    For the conference program, see
    https://researchblogs.cul.columbia.edu/islamicbooks/religionwriting/conference/

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    The Ezri Center for Iran & Persian Gulf Studies, University of Haifa, 199 Abba Hushi Ave, Mount Carmel, Haifa 3498838, Israel
    Tel: +97248240758, Fax: +97248240509, E-mail: eci@univ.haifa.ac.il 

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