Friday, October 23 - Saturday, October 24
Location: Davis Auditorium,
Schapiro Center, Columbia University, New York, NY 10036
For the 850th anniversary of the birth of Muhyiddin Ibn 'Arabi, the Ibn 'Arabi Society in the U.S. is pleased to announce a major conference on his legacy.
As one of history's greatest universal mystics and interpreters of the human condition, Ibn 'Arabi's teachings can offer us a window into a form of Islam that we in the West are rarely exposed to, as well as a more sophisticated understanding of the more exalted aspects of the Islamic cultural heritage.
This year's conference, the third in a series on the same theme after those held in Murcia, Spain and Oxford, England, includes talks and workshops from some of the foremost experts on Ibn 'Arabi, poetry readings from Ibn 'Arabi's works, and a musical performance.
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This event is sponsored by the Ibn 'Arabi Society and the Institute for Religion, Culture, and Public Life.