Learn more about these past events and programs below.
Drs. Scott Kugle and Roxani Margariti of Emory’s Department of Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies present their recent research on the foundational legend of Islam's arrival in India.
On Saturday, February 20, Anissa Helou, the James Beard Foundation award-winning author of Feast: Food of the Islamic World, joined us from her home in Sicily for a conversation about the expansiveness of foodways in the Muslim world.
In this video, Dr. Melinda Hartwig, Curator of Ancient Egyptian, Nubian and Near Eastern Art, takes viewers into the Carlos Museum galleries to share the latest research on objects in the collection.
While the museum has been closed to the public, conservators in the Parsons Conservation Lab have been working to ready a number of objects for display, participating in virtual tours, and teaching university classes through the use of a “lab cam.”
Although best known for his acclaimed works of fiction such as The Glass Palace and The Hungry Tide, among others, in 2019 Foreign Policy named Amitav Ghosh one of the most important global thinkers of the decade for his searing indictment of the inadequate response to