Three new PhD students in the Centre for Islamic Archaeology

And we also welcome three new PhD students to the Centre for Islamic Archaeology. Samantha Dobson who is working on her thesis, “Pearl Fishing, Commerce, and Identities in Muharraq Town, Bahrain”, generously funded by the David Higgins PhD Studentship in Islamic Archaeology, Hesham Nasr working on his thesis, “Religion in Eastern Arabia in the 6th-8th c. AD. An Archaeological and Historical Study”, and Yiying Li working on her thesis, “Reconstructing Identity. An Archaeological Study of Muslim Communities in Tang China”.  

– Tim

Welcome event for some of the new (and older) members of the Centre for Islamic Archaeology 

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