Étiqueté : history

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Erbil History, Archaeology, Arts and Architecture (Season two 2021-2022)

Another remarkable result of the signed letter of agreement between the University of Kurdistan-Hawler (UKH) and the French Institute for the Near East (Ifpo) was successfully achieved by the end of the academic year 2021-2022, through the second season of a series of online seminars regarding Erbil History, Archaeology, Arts and Architecture (for the first season, see here). This was an outcome of thorough discussions between...

Towards a science history of Jordan’s dairy industries. The example of jameed

Though Jordan is not a big producer of dairy products, its dairy tradition is among the oldest in the world (Curry 2013) and dairy products are an important and integrated part of the Jordanian diet. The main products processed and consumed in the country today are fresh cow, sheep and goat milk, drinking yoghurt (shaneeneh, شنينة), strained yoghurt (labneh, لبنة), dried yoghurt (jameed, جميد, see picture above)...

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Erbil History, Archaeology, Arts and Architecture

The end of the 2020–2021 academic year coincided with the end of the seminar entitled ‘Erbil History, Archaeology, Arts and Architecture’, co-organized by the University of Kurdistan Hawler (Mahmood Khayat and Soorkeu Atrooshi) and Ifpo (Barbara Couturaud and Narmin Ali Amin), on the basis of a signed letter of agreement between Ifpo and UKH. This seminar was the result of many long, rich and mind challenging talks I had the good...

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