Transformations & Continuities in Islamic Intellectual Thought Conference - Literary Landscapes

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 4: Literary Landscapes Moderator: Ian Almond, Georgetown University in QatarMufti Mudasir, University of Kashmir, India The Politics of the Indian Style (Sabk-e Hindi): The Use of Literary Persian during the Mughal DeclineAbdul Hussainmiya, Southeastern University of Sri Lanka Cultural and Literary Interactions among the Arab-Persian, Indian Ocean and Malay Muslims during the 16th to 18th centuries