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British Museum's Hajj Exhibition, Hajj Stories

Part of the exhibit at the British Museum is a video of British Muslims telling of their experiences doing the Hajj.

24 Mar 2013

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Junaid Jamshed and Shaikh Hasan Abunar

Sunday, March 24, 2013 - 7:00pm to 9:30pm
Muslim Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh
Sponsored By: 
MCCGP

$15.00 per ticket, $50.00 for family pack of 5. Includes Dinner
Fundraising event for Darul Uloom New York

For tickets purchaseticket@darululoomny.com

Contact: 
Ittifaq Ahmed 412-593-7543

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The History of Terrorism

Published on Jan 30, 2013 at the University of Pittsburgh
Associate Professor of History at Birmingham-Southern College, Dr. Randy Law visits the University of Pittsburgh to provide his perspective on the history of terrorism.

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Education and Youth in South Asia

A lecture by Dr. M. Najeeb Shafiq, Associate Professor, School of Education and Department of Economics, University of Pittsburgh

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Tribal and Religious Identity in Afghanistan

A lecture by Dr. Thomas Barfield, Professor, Department of Anthropology, Boston University

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Problems in Establishing Political Legitimacy in Afghanistan

A lecture by Dr. Thomas Barfield, Professor, Department of Anthropology, Boston University

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History of Pakistan

A lecture given by Dr. Anita Weiss, Professor and Head, Department of International Studies, University of Oregon

A Tale of Three Hagia Sophias: Conversion, Museumification, Contestation

Thursday, April 11, 2013 - 4:00pm to 5:15pm
4217 WWPH, Univeristy of Pittsburgh
Sponsored By: 
European Union Center of Excellence & European Studies Center, Department of Anthropology, Department of Religious Studies, and the Center for Russian and East European Studies

“A Tale of Three Hagia Sophias: Conversion, Museumification, Contestation”
Tuğba Tanyeri-Erdemir, Lecturer at the Graduate Program of Middle Eastern & Eurasian Studies, Middle East Technical University

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Problems in Establishing Political Legitimacy in Afghanistan - Thomas Barfield

Dr. Thomas Barfield, Professor, Department of Anthropology, Boston University

Dr. Thomas Barfield’s current research focuses on problems of political development in Afghanistan, particularly on systems of local governance and dispute resolution. He has also published extensively on contemporary and historic nomadic pastoral societies in Eurasia with a particular emphasis on politics and economy.

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Afghanistan, Pakistan and India: A View from the East and the West - Dr. Muqtedar Khan

A lecture at the 1 credit mini course hosted by the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University and CERIS. Muslims in a Global Context: Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, by Dr. Muqtedar Khan, Associate Processor, Department of Political Science and International Relations, University of Delaware

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