“At the Crossroads of Cultures: The Copto-Arabic Chronicler al-Makin (1206-after 1280) and His Reception among Muslim Historians and Early Orientalists”

Mon, Feb 25, 2019, 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Free and open to the public

Martino Diez is assistant professor of Arabic Language and Literature at the Catholic University of Milan. He is currently (January-July 2019) visiting member at the Institute for Advanced Study of Princeton, School of Historical Studies.

Since 2009 he has been scientific director of Oasis, an international foundation for Christian-Muslim dialogue established in 2004 in Venice and Milan. He is invited researcher at the PISAI (Pontifical Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies) in Rome and member of the Advisory Board of the Middle East Mediterranean Freethinking Platform (MEM) in Lugano, Switzerland.

Light Lunch Served

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