“The Turkish Vanities”: Early Modern English negotiations of Islam

Online, March 17, 2021 -

Samera Hassan (Deputy Editor, MEMOs), A Sufi Tale in Seventeenth-Century England: Hayy ibn Yaqzan

Hassana Moosa (King’s College London), Lines of Difference: Turks, Moors and the Racialisation of Islam in Early Modern English Drama

Charles Beirouti (University of Oxford), ‘A Church Purified from Errour and Superstition’: Anglican Travellers and the Religious Diversity of the Seventeenth-Century Ottoman World

Peter Good (University of Kent), From Dirtying Carpets to Sharing Cups: Christian impressions of Safavid Shiism

Chaired by Samera Hassan

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“The Turkish Vanities”: Early Modern English negotiations of Islam
Location: Online
Start Date: March 17, 2021
Start Time: 5:00 pm
Website: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/turkish-vanities