Navigating Culture: Islam and Encounter in the Indian Ocean World


Navigating Culture: Islam and Encounter in the Indian Ocean World is an exhibit of Claremont Colleges Library Special Collections materials reflecting the movement of people, culture, and ideas between the continents of Africa and Asia, through the Indian Ocean, and spanning the 7th - 19th centuries. Curated by Anisha Bhat (Pomona College '15), Anna Kramer (Pomona College '16), and Special Collections staff, Ayat Agah and Gale Burrow.
On display October 22- December 19 | Special Collections Gallery


Memoires - Comte de Noe.jpgFrom Inner Asia to the Indian Ocean:
A Festival Migrates

Nile Green, Director of the Program on Central Asia, UCLA
October 23, 4:00PM
Founders Room, Honnold/Mudd Library

Gardens of Eternity:
Visions of Paradise in Islamic Art

Linda Komaroff, LA County Museum of Art
November 6, 4:15PM
Hahn Building 101, Pomona College

Navigating Histories: Student Research
on the Indian Ocean World

Special Collections invites you to an evening of discussion on research related to the culture and history of the Indian Ocean World, as engaged by Pomona College students, Clare Anderson, Anisha Bhat, Anna Kramer, Aaran Patel, and Niya Shenoy; featuring faculty discussant, Dr. Arash Khazeni, Assistant Professor of History at Pomona College. Refreshments will be provided.
December 2, 4:15PM
Founders Room, Honnold/Mudd Library

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