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AIIT: Michaelmas Term Lecture Programme 2016

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AIIT: Michaelmas Term 2016 Lecture Programme

Lectures begin at 5.30pm. Refreshments from 5pm. All welcome.

  • 14 October Special event for Friends of the Trust (Advance booking required: email info@indiran.org)
    Conor Jameson (RSPB): Save Asia’s Vultures;
  • 21 October Sudeshna Guha (Shiv Nadar University): ‘Nineveh’ in Bombay and histories of Indian Archaeology;
  • 28 October in association with the Cambridge Festival of Ideas
    Alan Williams (University of Manchester): Migration and the Mango Tree that Walked: the Arrival of Persian Zoroastrians in Eighth-century India. Advance booking required from Cambridge Festival of Ideas;
  • 18 November Christian Sahner (St John’s College, Cambridge): Zoroastrians and Christians under early Muslim rule;
  • 2 December Jennifer Scarce (University of Dundee): Qajar nostalgia for Sassanians.

Unless otherwise stated, these lectures are held at 23 Brooklands Avenue, Cambridge on Friday afternoons at 5.30pm. Admission is free, and light refreshments are served from 5pm. All are welcome.

If you wish to attend either the Friends’ event on 14th October, the Festival of Ideas event on 28th October, or would like a Friends’ application form, please contact the Administrator on
info@indiran.org or tel. 01223 356841.

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