Identity and Confessional Mobilization in Medieval Baghdad


The TORCH Long History of Identity, Ethnicity, and Nationhood network are hosting the seminar series 'The Long History of Ethnicity & Nationhood Reconsidered'. This new seminar series reconsiders broad themes in ethnicity and nationalism studies through interdisciplinary and comparative discussion, drawing on wide examples across time and place.

This seminar is on 'Identity and Confessional Mobilization in medieval Baghdad: a Micro History of the Neighbourhoods of Bab al-Basra and al-Karkh (945-1258)' with Nassima Neggaz (University of Oxford).


The Long History of Identity, Ethnicity and Nationhood

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