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The Symposium

Each year the Society organizes Symposia in the UK and the USA on an aspect of Ibn 'Arabi's work.

These international gatherings bring together people from many different fields and traditions, and include scholars, students, and anyone interested in what Ibn 'Arabi has to say. These events provide a unique opportunity for both speakers and delegates, specialists and non-specialists, to enrich their understanding of the Shaykh's teachings and their relevance today. The Society also encourages public seminars and lectures and can provide speakers on request.


Other events


Fes Festival of Sacred Music

13th - 21st June 2014, Fes, Morocco

Theme: The Conference of the Birds. Fes Festival 2014


Jesus : the Wisdom of Elevation

12th - 19th July, 2014, Chisholme House, Scottish Borders

A week-long study course delving into the heart of the Chapter on Jesus in Ibn 'Arabi's Fusus al-Hikam. Further details


"In the Footsteps" Tour of Andalusia, 2014

2nd - 16th October, 2014

A tour of Andalusia "in the footsteps of Ibn 'Arabi", with Anqa Publishing. For full details and booking see Anqa Tours.


"Ibn 'Arabi and the Secrets of Journeying"

3rd - 4th October, 2014

The first seminar organized by MIAS-Latina for the year 2014-15 will take place on Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th October 2014 in the city of Murcia.

The seminar, entitled "Ibn 'Arabi and the Secrets of Journeying", will include contributions from Stephen Hirtenstein (MIAS-UK), Jane Carroll (MIAS-USA) and Paul Beneito (MIAS-America).

This seminar will use the English language exclusively, since it is particularly aimed at travellers from around the world participating in the trip "In the Footsteps of the Master 2014" organized by Stephen Hirtentein, director of Anqa Tours.

However, people not registered for that trip are also welcome to take part. The seminar will be free for all members of MIAS-America, and for other participants will cost Euros 30 (advance payment by bank transfer) or Euros 40 (for payment at the time). More details will be available soon on the MIAS-Latina website.

The 850th anniversary of the birth of Ibn 'Arabi falls in 2015, and events will be held in various cities in Spain, co-ordinated by MIAS-Latina.