Islam in Africa Brown Bag Series: Transformation of the Pilgrimage Tradition in West Africa

Date: 

Wednesday, March 27, 2019, 12:00pm to 2:00pm

Location: 

Andover Hall 117 - Harvard Divinity School, 45 Francis Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138

Ousmane Kane, Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Professor of Contemporary Islamic Religion and Society, Harvard Divinity School and Professor Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations will deliver a lecture titled: “Transformation of the Pilgrimage Tradition in West Africa”

 

Free and open to the public | Lunch is provided

ABOUT

Islam in Africa has become an important and increasingly vibrant sub-field in Islamic Studies, attracting numerous extremely talented students who are conducting fine studies that have great impact in all fields in the humanities and social sciences. Dozens of books are published yearly including through major university presses, and so the goal of Critical Perspectives in the Development and Dynamics of Islam in Africa lecture series is to provide a platform for the discussion of cutting edge research in the field of Islam in Africa and to tap into the best of such new work for Africanists and Islamicists at all schools at Harvard. Every academic year, the Islam in Africa lecture series brings authors of newly published books and advanced Ph.D students to campus to discuss their work.

ORGANIZER: Harvard Divinity School

WEBSITE: https://scholar.harvard.edu/ousmanekane/2018-schedule