Napoleon and Islam Lecture

Center for the Study of Religious Violence

The Center for Middle Eastern Studies
Lecture Series
 
 
Presents
 
 
“Napoleon and Islam”
 
By
 
Henry Laurens
Professor and Chair of History of the Contemporary Arab World
 
 
4:30pm, Thursday, May 1st, 2014
Stuart 105
5835 S. Greenwood, Chicago, IL 60637
  
 
 
Henry Laurens is Professor and Chair of History of the Contemporary Arab World at the Collège de France, in Paris.  Laurens specializes in several related areas of research: European-Ottoman contacts in the 19th century, Franco-Arab relations, Middle-Eastern politics, European thought in the 18th and 19th centuries, and the history of modern Palestine, about which he has written a three-volume work covering the period from 1799 to the present day.  Laurens earned his degree and doctorate, specializing in Arabic literature, at the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations (INALCO

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