Transformations & Continuities in Islamic Intellectual Thought Conference - Political Thought

Wed Apr 3, 2019
Georgetown University in Qatar brought together leading scholars involved in research on Islamic intellectual thought between the 16th and 18th centuries at their annual faculty research conference in Doha. The 2-day Annual Faculty Research Conference focused on the period of history when the Muslim world had separated into three distinct empires: the Safavids, the Ottomans and the Mughals. March 17-18, 2019Panel 1: Political Thought Moderator: Abdul Rahman Chamseddine, Georgetown University in Qatar Mayte Green-Mercado, Rutgers University Ottoman Rome: The Idea of Universal Empire in Morisco Political Thought Pratyay Nath, Ashoka University ‘The Wrath of God’: Military Violence and Imperial Ideology in the Mughal Empire Huseyin Yilmaz, George Mason University The Early Modern Ottoman Discourse on the Concept of Meşveret (Consultation in Government)