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Islam and the French Revolution

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Ross-Blakley Hall 196 (RBH196)

1102 S McAllister Ave

Tempe, Arizona 85281

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Dr. Coller, author of Arab France: Islam and the Making of Modern Europe 1789-1831 (2010) will talk to us about his new project on Islam and the French Revolution. Dr. Coller will discuss the methodological challenges of doing what he calls a “global microhistory,” including how to find the intersections between representations of Muslims and the actual trajectories of Muslim lives and societies in the revolutionary period, and in particular Muslim presence and invisibility in cities.

Ian Coller is Associate Professor of History in the University of California, Irvine School of Humanities.

This talk is part of the Humane Cities Initiative and the Global Modernities IHR Research Cluster.

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