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۵ Day Intensive Courses
Intensive Course on Pre-Islamic Arabia
Princeton, New Jersey (USA) May 28 – June 1, 2018
The course is intended primarily for graduate students, both from Princeton and from other universities.
The instructor will be Professor Christian Robin, a leading expert in the study of pre-Islamic Arabia. The objective of the program is to present the state of knowledge about ancient Arabia until the time of Muḥammad. Archaeological excavations and innumerable epigraphic discoveries have profoundly renewed the question in recent decades.
The program will have three objectives:
۱. Give students access to the main source of information about Pre-Islamic Arabia, namely epigraphic texts. Two days will be devoted to the scripts and languages used in ancient Arabia (especially those of Sabaʾ, Maʿīn, Qatabān, Ḥaḍramawt, Nagrān, Qaryat, Hagar, Dedān and Taymāʾ, plus those of the desert populations) and those of the 5th and 6th century of the Christian era (with the appearance of Arabic writing which can be interpreted as a rejection of Ḥimyar).
۲. Summarize what is known about the history and institutions of the main kingdoms of ancient Arabia, with a focus on dating issues and the emergence of so-called “Arab” populations from the beginning of the Christian era.
۳. Present the political, religious and cultural situation in Arabia of the 5th and 6th centuries, on the eve of Islam, with a kingdom of Ḥimyar (Jewish, then Christian) which dominates the whole of the peninsula, and to highlight certain continuities between antiquity and the first Islam.
Applications must be emailed to Julia Gilbert (email@example.com) at the Near Eastern Studies Department at Princeton University by March 16, 2018. The subject line of the email should read, “Application for Pre-Islamic Arabia Workshop.”
Applications should comprise the following:
Letter of application with statement of interest
Names, positions, and email addresses of two referees.
All items should be included in a single attachment, which may be a pdf.
Successful applicants will be notified in late March 2018 and students accepted for the course but coming from outside of Princeton will receive partial scholarships to help defray travel and accommodation costs. The course itself is free.