Video Lecture: “Islamic Origins: Messenger and Message”

A video of the full lecture, “Islamic Origins: Messenger and Message,” by Dr. Benjamin Geer is available through the Middle East Institute (MEI), here.*

Geer completed his PhD at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, and his research employs a combination of sociology and cognitive linguistics. For more on Geer’s work, including a download of his PhD thesis, visit his online academic profile here.

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MEI is an autonomous research institute within the National University of Singapore (NUS). The Institute conducts research and organizes conferences and seminars in pursuit of promoting a deeper understanding in Singapore of the contemporary Middle East.

*When viewing the video lecture, one can skip to 2:30 for Geer’s introduction, or to 4:00 for the beginning of the lecture itself.

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