The research Group 05 (Historical research on the urban structure of West Asian “Islamic cities”) is organizing the following workshop.
We look forward to your participation!
- Date：19th Feb 2020 (Wed.), 9:30 – 17:30
- Venue：Conference Room, Faculty of Laws & Letters (Hōbun) Bldg. 2, Hongo CampusThe University of Tokyo (No.31 on the Map)
- Opening Remarks:
Tomoko Morikawa（The University of Tokyo）
- Seiro HARUTA（Tokai University）
- “Introductory Overview: What are ‘Cities’ in the Achaemenid, Parthian and Sasanian Periods?”
- Yasuyuki MITSUMA（University of Tsukuba）
- “Citadel of Babylon under Greco-Macedonian and Iranian Rulers”
- Yousef MORADI（SOAS University of London）
- “The Monumental Building Complex of Sarab-e Murt and its Relationship with the Surrounding Urban Areas from the Parthian Period to Early Islamic Era”
- Carlo CERETI（Sapienza University of Rome）
- “The Middle Persian Shahrestaniha-e Eranshahr and the Geography of the Sasanian Empire”
- Alisher BEGMATOV（The Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities）
- “Cities on the Northern Fringes of the Sasanian Empire and Their Vicissitudes during the Pre-Islamic and Early Islamic Eras”
- Manabu KAMEYA（Hirosaki University）
- “Early Islamic Military Cities and their Sasanian Background”
- General Discussion:
Discussant: Kazuya YAMAUCHI (Teikyo University)
※ No booking required, all welcome.
※ Reception will be held at Sanjou Kaikan after the conference (18:00-20:00). For the participation, please contact Dr. Morikawa at: tomomo[at]l.u-tokyo.ac.jp. ([at] to be changed to @)