Activities of October 15,

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  • Twentieth FIMAM Meeting at Casa Árabe 
    Courses and seminars

    Twentieth FIMAM Meeting at Casa Árabe 

    From June 08, 2017 until November 26, 2017
    MADRID
    The period to submit presentations for the Forum of Research on the Arab and Muslim World (FIMAM) will remain open until September 15. The event will be hosted by Casa Árabe on the dates of November 23 and 24.
  • Landscapes of Power: Cordoba and the Umayyad estates (eighth to eleventh centuries) 
    Courses and seminars

    Landscapes of Power: Cordoba and the Umayyad estates (eighth to eleventh centuries) 

    From July 24, 2017 until November 04, 2017See schedule.
    CóRDOBA
    Spanish and foreign experts meet in Cordoba from November 2-4 to discuss this topic.
  • Registration now open for WOCMES 2018 
    Courses and seminars

    Registration now open for WOCMES 2018 

    From July 24, 2017 until December 10, 2017Check schedule.
    SEVILLE
    The World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies of 2018 will be taking place in Seville from July 16-22, 2018. The period for submitting proposals is now open and will last until December 9, using the Wocmes 2018 website.
  • Arab Window at the African Film Festival of Tarifa
    Films

    Arab Window at the African Film Festival of Tarifa

    From September 22, 2017 until November 24, 2017Check dates and schedules.
    MADRID AND CóRDOBA
    This fall, Casa Árabe’s film schedule is dedicated to the recent productions shown at the AFRICAN FILM FESTIVAL (FCAT), held simultaneously in both Tarifa and Tangiers, from April to May of this year.
  • M’hamid, last oasis in the Drâa Valley
    Exhibitions

    M’hamid, last oasis in the Drâa Valley

    From October 04, 2017 until October 15, 2017Mondays through Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Sundays and holidays from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    MADRID
    With this exhibition, Casa Árabe and the Terrachidia Association hope to give visitors a better look at the oasis of M’hamid, showing them its territory, architecture and people through the town’s cultural heritage.