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The Horizons of Being

The Horizons of Being

The Metaphysics of Ibn al-ʿArabī in the Muqaddimat al-Qayṣarī, edited by Mukhtar H. Ali, has been published by Brill in Hardback and E-Book editions on 18 June 2020.

Reading Circles in MIAS Latina

Reading Circles in MIAS Latina

Pablo Beneito shares his experience of Círculos de Lectura Ibn Arabi (bn ‘Arabi Reading Circles) in MIAS Latina.

Online Introductory Course

Online Introductory Course

Register now for the ten-week course exploring the multi-layered meanings in Ibn ‘Arabi’s spiritual teaching through chapters of the Meccan Openings. It is led by Dr. Rim Feriani, and runs between 25th May and 27th July 2020.

Michel Chodkiewicz 1929–2020

Michel Chodkiewicz 1929–2020

We have recently learned, with great sadness, of the passing of Michel Chodkiewicz on 31 March 2020. His contribution to knowledge of Ibn ‘Arabi in our time has been immense.

Young Writer Award 2019

Young Writer Award 2019

We are delighted to announce that Hina Khalid, a student at the University of Cambridge, UK, is the winner of the 2019 MIAS Young Writer Award. The judges have also mentioned Muhammad Faruque, a student at Fordham University, USA, who is given a special commendation, and Esmé Partridge, who is given a commendation.

Keith Critchlow, 1933–2020

Professor Keith Critchlow, artist, inspirational teacher and groundbreaking geometer and architectural designer, died peacefully on 8th April 2020. He was an honorary fellow of the Society from its inception in 1977, and was a great source of help to many of its members. The photo shows him being presented with a pair of golden compasses by the Society to celebrate his 80th year.

Keith Critchlow