Activities of August 26,

Index / Activities

  • Conference series: The Archeology of Islamic Cordoba
    Conferences and debates

    Conference series: The Archeology of Islamic Cordoba

    From October 30, 2019 until November 04, 20207:30 p.m.
    CORDOBA
    Casa Árabe has organized this series of 20 conferences from October 2019 through November, 2020, under the coordination of Professor Desiderio Vaquerizo of the University of Cordoba and Javier Rosón of Casa Árabe.
  • Activity workbook for young friends of Casa Árabe
    Books and publications

    Activity workbook for young friends of Casa Árabe

    From July 15, 2020 until September 06, 2020
    ONLINE
    If you have not yet downloaded our workbook from last May, it is now available once again. It helps boys and girls learn about the Arab world in a fun and entertaining way. In all, it contains 12 pages with a wide range of activities. Download it now!
  • New publication: “Dialogues on Open Societies”
    Books and publications

    New publication: “Dialogues on Open Societies”

    From July 20, 2020 until September 06, 2020
    The outcome of cooperation between Casa Árabe and Spain’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation, the volume “Dialogues on Open Societies” is now being published, as a result of the conference series which was held in Madrid from January 15 through July 31, 2019.
  • Summer reading recommendations
    Books and publications

    Summer reading recommendations

    From July 20, 2020 until September 06, 2020
    For yet another year, Casa Árabe is providing a selection of books by Arab authors or with Arab themes to keep you company this summer. Some of them will be presented at our headquarters in Madrid and Cordoba this fall.
  • The origins of Arab-Flamenco fusion 
    Courses and seminars

    The origins of Arab-Flamenco fusion 

    From December 16, 2019 until February 22, 20215:00 p.m.
    CORDOBA
    At its headquarters in Cordoba, Casa Árabe is offering eleven “master classes” to be given by Carolina Prior, with the goal of taking a tour through the origins of Arab dance (gypsis), including its changes over time and its influence on flamenco.