Jaimee discusses the nuances and anecdotes found in the Shahname “The Book of Kings” of the Iranian world.
George will reveal how the monastery has been an important place of pilgrimage for Christendom, Islam and Judaism.
Nancy Um untangles the myths and stories related to coffee and its origin in Ethiopia and Yemen
Salma Tuqan gives us a better insight of the thriving and resilient cultural scene experienced in the Levant
Bissera Pentcheva explores the history of this awe-inspiring monument
Ulrike Al-Khamis explores our fascination with this celestial body and looks at the role it has played in Islam
eL Seed sheds light into his career, his projects and his roots, to reveal the ingredients that form his unique art
Babaie discusses misconceptions and stereotypes regarding our past and own cultures.
Cura gives us a comprehensible insight on how China has dealt with different ethnicities and minorities
O’Meara shares a fascinating conversation about the Kaaba
Swelim shares a remarkable time in history full of political conflict, intrigue and of course, beauty: Mamluk Egypt.
An inspiring and thought-provoking tale about individuality, self-overcoming and our role in community.
Haidar takes us to a journey to discover the wealth and riches of the Sultanates of the Deccan
Michael reveals the importance and key role of the Malay world in the history of art, economy and business
Anna Contadini takes us to an evocative journey to discover the fascination that Islamic art inspired in Europe
Scott Redford shows us how the Crusades were more than violence and Holy War
Lara Zureikat talks about the sweet smell of rosemary and the fragrance of thyme in this epic project in Palestine.
Edhem Eldem reflects on the past, multiculturalism and orientalism taking the Ottoman Empire as a case study.
Doris B. Abouseif shares her research on concepts of beauty and objects from the Islamic past
Layla S. Diba narrates her experiences directing the Negarestan Museum in Tehran—and how it was erased from history.
With COVID-19 the world seems to navigate towards the unknown. However, we might be able to learn from history?
How institutions are reacting to coronavirus and what is making the young further engage with culture?