Luke Yarbrough, Ph.D., of SLU’s Department of History, will present the 2017 SLU Middle East Studies (MES) Annual Lecture on Thursday, Nov. 9, in Seminar Room 124, Center for Global Citizenship. The talk is the third in the MES’s annual lecture series, “Middle East Studies: Past, Present, and Future.” The lecture runs from 4 to 5 p.m.
Yarbrough, who also holds an appointment in the Middle East Studies minor program, will present “A Christian Shiʿite!? An Alternative Medieval Vision of Muslim/Non-Muslim Relations.”
The lecture is organized by the SLU Middle East Studies program and co-sponsored by the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
For more information, please contact Cathleen Fleck, Ph.D., associate professor of art history in the Department of Fine and Performing Arts. Fleck is currently the director of the Middle East Studies program.