The Gingko foundations promote and facilitate dialogue between the Middle East and the Western world through conferences, events and scholarly publications. In the face of an increasingly virulent divide between East and West, we enable constructive, informed and open discussion, giving a voice to a new generation of thinkers and opinion formers.
CALL FOR PAPERS
GINGKO & LSE FAITH CENTRE CONFERENCE 2017
Religious Imaginations and Global Transitions:
How narratives of faith are shaping today’s world
14–15 June 2017
London School of Economics and Political Science
See below for full description and instructions for submission of abstracts. Deadline 17th March 2017
In association with the FCO & The Barenboim-Said Akademie
GINGKO PODCAST SERIES
Following the Mercantile Effect Conference we will be releasing a series of podcasts from the lectures given in Berlin. The first concerns the magnificent Alhambra Cupola.
Listen to our podcast of Dr Anna McSweeney’s talk on the Alhambra Cupola, one of the jewels of the Museum fur Islamische Kunst in Berlin. The particular focus of her talk will be the poetry, which forms an integral part of this fourteenth-century wooden ceiling that once was part of the Alhambra palace in Granada, Spain.
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