The MMS-II Team

Dawla: New Histories of the Medieval Middle East

DAWLA: New Histories of the Medieval Middle East introduces the research being carried out on the historiography of fifteenth-century Egypt and Syria at Ghent University to the broader public. 

Following a two-part introductory episode which introduces our current ERC project, “The Mamlukisation of the Mamluk Sultanate–II (MMS-II)”, we’re going to devote episodes to the historians we’re studying, thinking about their lives and works, what made them tick (or–in the case of one historian–what made him explode his career in spectacular fashion).

DAWLA: New Histories of the Medieval Middle East introduces the research being carried out on the historiography of fifteenth-century Egypt and Syria at Ghent University to the broader public. Following a two-part introductory episode which introduces our current ERC project, “The Mamlukisation of the Mamluk Sultanate–II (MMS-II)”, we’re going to devote episodes to the historians we’re studying, thinking about their lives and works, what made them tick (or–in the case of one historian–what made him explode his career in spectacular fashion).

Episodes: 5

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