Cycle of lectures at the French-Omani Centre: “for a better historical and cultural knowledge of the Sultanate of Oman and the Arabic Peninsula” [fr]
Cycle of lectures at the French-Omani Centre:
The French Embassy supports the French-Omani Centre in the organization of series of lectures based on the theme “for a better historical and cultural knowledge of the Sultanate of Oman and the Arabic Peninsula”. For the occasion, the French-Omani Centre will present the following lectures:
“Why study South Arabian modern languages?”, Sunday November the 25th at 7.pm by par Sabrina Benjaballah, researcher at the CNRS and at Université Paris Diderot, Bernadette Leclercq-Neveu, researcher at the ENS Ulm, Richard Ridouane, reasearcher at the CNRS and Université Sorbonne Nouvelle and Philippe Ségéral, reasearcher at the CNRS and Université Paris Diderot.
“Incense in Oman: history and archaeology of a cultural and commercial”, Monday November the 3rd at 7.pm by Sterenn le Maguer, PhD in Islamic Archeolgy at Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.
“Hammams and bathing customs in the Arabic Peninsula from the foundation of Islam to nowadays”, Sunday December the 16th à 7.pm by Michel Tuchscherer, director of the CEFAS
French-Omani Centre: 15 Al Inshirah St, Medinat Qabous, Muscat