May 25

Past Event

#3: Religious Interactions between Iranian and the Indian Worlds

Speaker: Mr. Ste’phane A. Dudpignon

May 25, 2015

4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Summary

Participants

Mr. Ste’phane A. Dudpignon is a Senior Research Fellow in the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) of France and a Lecturer at the School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS) of Paris. His major theme of interest is the history of contemporary Islam in the former Russian Empire and in the Middle East, with special interest in the connections and exchanges between the Iranian and Turkic worlds and South Asia.

He has recently edited Allah’s Kolkhozes: Mass Migration, De-Stalinization, Privatization and the Muslim Congregations in the Soviet Realms (1950’s – 2000’s), Berlin Klaus Schwarz, 2014. His forthcoming book is, Marginal Hegemons: The Baluch, Sunnism and the State in Iran, from Riza Shah to Khaminayi (1928 – 2013).

 

For More Information

Venue: Rt. Rev. Alexander John Malik Public Policy seminar room E -002
RSVP: Rhymer Roy
0322 4699 349
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