The Institute organises both live in-person events and online 'virtual' lectures and webinars hosted on the Zoom platform.
If you wish to contact BILNAS about our events programme, please email the General Secretary at: [email protected]
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Lecture: Late Ottoman Period Libya in the Age of Reforms (1835-1912) by Dr Odile Moreau (Université Paul-Valéry, Montpellier III) This lecture intendsFind out more
Lecture: The Ottoman-Italian War of 1911-12: Conflict and Consequences by Prof Benjamin C. Fortna (University of Arizona). This lecture, jointly hosted byFind out more
Lecture: Micro-regional Urbanism in Roman North Africa by Dr Paul Scheding, Assistant Professor at the Department of Classical Archaeology, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich. DuringFind out more
The British-Ottoman War and the Sanussiyya Invasion of Egypt by Dr John Slight (Open University) A Joint Online Lecture with the BritishFind out more
The Society for Libyan Studies Annual Lecture: Always on the Edge? The Spaces of North African History by Prof. James McDougall (UniversityFind out more
Garamantian Pottery: Change and Exchange in an Inter-Regional Perspective by Maria Carmela Gatto Members of the Society for Libyan Studies are wellFind out more
Shālla as a Site of Royal Presence: Constructing the Sultanic Image in Fourteenth-Century Morocco by Péter T Nagy The funerary complex locatedFind out more
Anglo-Libyan Relations in the 20th Century by Rupert Wieloch This talk will discuss how Britain’s policy of non-interference in Libya was testedFind out more
'Building the Countryside: Rural Architecture and Settlement in Tripolitania during the Roman and Late Antique Periods' by Nichole Sheldrick This talk willFind out more
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