Department of Sociology
 Department of Sociology

Jocelyne Dakhlia - "Invisible Strangers: Muslims in Early Modern France and Britain, 1500-1800"

Fri, April 5, 2013 | CLA 3.106

3:30 PM

Dr. Jocelyne Dakhlia is visiting as part of an exchange program between the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) in Paris and UT-Austin. This student workshop will facilitate an informal and interdisciplinary conversation with Dr. Dakhlia following her public lecture. Light refreshments will be served. 

Dr. Dakhlia is a social historian whose recent work concerns Muslim immigration to Europe during the 19th century and its contemporary implications. She is the author (with Bernard Vincent) of two volumes entitled Les Musulmans dans l’histoire de l’Europe [Muslims in European History].

This event is co-sponsored by the Center for European Studies and the PHS (Power, History and Society) Network in the Department of Sociology. PHS is a faculty-student network dedicated to furthering discussion and collaboration in the fields of political, historical and comparative sociology.

For more information, please contact workshop organizers: Dr. Mounira Maya Charrad, PHS Faculty advisor (charrad@austin.utexas.edu); Hyun Jeong Ha, graduate student (hjha@utexas.edu); or Amina Zarrugh, graduate student (amina.zarrugh@utexas.edu). 



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