CESC Lecture Series: Devin DeWeese

The Central Eurasian Studies Committee Lecture Series Presents: 

Islamization and the Boundaries of the Umma:
Tales from the Religious Frontiers of Central Asia in the
14th and 15th Centuries

by Devin DeWeese
Professor of Central Eurasian Studies, 
Indiana University, Bloomington

4pm, Friday, November 15
, 2013 
Stuart 105
5835 S Greenwood Ave.
Chicago, IL. 60637

Reception to follow

Sponsored by CESC, CEERES, CIS

Upcoming CESC Lectures include:
January 31, Thomas Barfield (Boston University)
February 21, Vera Tolz-Zilitinkevic (University of Manchester)
March 7, Christiane Gruber (University of Michigan)
April 18, Peter Perdue (Yale University)
May 9, Isenbike Togan (Middle East Technical University, emerita)

CESC Lecture Series presents Marianne Kamp

THE CENTRAL EurASIAN STUDIES Committee Lecture Series PRESENTS:

“Sharia, Socialism, and Rights: the 1917 Debate in the Muslim Women’s Association, Kazan”

by Marianne Kamp, Associate Professor of History, Univeristy of Wyoming

Marianne Kamp

4:00pm, Friday, May 24, 2013
Stuart 102

8535 S Greenwood Ave., Chicago, IL 60637

Reception to follow

Sponsored by CESC, CASS, CEERES, CMES, CIS