All posts tagged: Nineteenth Century

Pick of the Week: Judaism and Islam in the Mind of Europe – The Study of the Abrahamic Religions In the Nineteenth Century

  Thursday 6 June 2013 This workshop will seek to initiate a broad synthetic and comparative study of the intellectual, cultural and religious context of the nineteenth-century study of comparative religion. Organised by: Guy Stroumsa (Oxford), Peter Mack and Charles Burnett (Warburg Institute) Speakers: Theodor Dunkelgrün (Cambridge), Bernhard Maier (Tübingen), Suzanne Marchand (Louisiana State), Andrea […]