Podcasts and Videos

Suffering, Love and the Alchemy of Happiness

USA Symposium, Open Center New York, 2019

Better Living Through Alchemy – Some Secrets of Spiritual Medicine

Angela Jaffray

Angela Jaffray completed her BA at UC Berkeley in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations (1989) and her PhD at Harvard University in Medieval Islamic Philosophy (2000). Her dissertation focused on the introductory logical works of al-Farabi. Since finishing her PhD at Harvard, she has focused on the writings of Ibn Arabi, whose work she was introduced to many years ago at Beshara Swyre Farm. She has published a translation and commentary on Ibn Arabi’s The Universal Tree and the Four Birds (published by Anqa Publishing in 2007) and translated Ibn Arabi’s Kitab al-isfar an nataij al-asfar (The Secrets of Voyaging, Anqa Publishing, 2015). Her translations of Garcia Lorca’s “Sonetos del Amor Oscuro” were published in Collected Poems of Federico Garcia Lorca (Farrar Straus Giroux, 2002).

https://anqa.co.uk/publications/author/angela-jaffray [/]

 

Articles by Angela Jaffray

“Watered with One Water” – Ibn Arabi on the One and the Many

Unveiling from the Effects of the Voyages : An Introduction to the Kitâb al-isfâr 'an natâ'ij al-asfâr

 

Podcasts and Videos by Angela Jaffray

Better Living Through Alchemy – Some Secrets of Spiritual Medicine

Worshipping in Three Dimensions: Emigrating in God's Vast Earth

Ibn Arabi on Himmah: The Spiritual Power of the Strong-souled Individual

“Watered with One Water”: Ibn Arabi on the One and the Many

Love and Happiness, Suffering and Bewilderment: One of Ibn al-Arabi’s Anti-systematic Treatments of the Human Condition

Oludamini Ogunnaike

Oludamini Ogunnaike is an assistant professor of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia. He teaches courses on African and African Diasporic Religions as well as Islam, Islamic Philosophy, Spirituality, and Art. He holds a PhD in African Studies and the Study of Religion from Harvard University, and spent a year as a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University’s Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies. Dr Ogunnaike's research examines the philosophical dimensions of postcolonial, colonial, and pre-colonial Islamic and indigenous religious traditions of West and North Africa, especially Sufism and Ifa. He is currently working on a book entitled Sufism and Ifa: Ways of Knowing in Two West African Intellectual Traditions and maintains a digital archive of West African Sufi poetry.

https://religiousstudies.as.virginia.edu/faculty/profile/oo4qw [/]

Podcasts by Oludamini Ogunnaike

Love and Happiness, Suffering and Bewilderment: One of Ibn al-Arabi’s anti-systematic treatments of the human condition

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