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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.

Society events

Annual General Meeting

And a talk by Richard Twinch, "The One and the Many"

December 13th, 2014 – Oxford, UK

The AGM of the Society will be held at The Friends Meeting House, Oxford, at 2.15 pm. The meeting will consist of reports on the year's activities and discussion, ending with a break for tea. This will be followed by a talk at around 4.30 pm.

This year we are very pleased to welcome Richard Twinch as our speaker. He will give a paper entitled "The One and the Many", a paper originally given in March 2012 at IBAFF (Ibn 'Arabi International Film Festival) in Murcia, for the Symposium 'Travel and Creation'. Richard currently practises architecture in Oxford and acts as events co-ordinator for the Ibn 'Arabi Society. More details

All are welcome to attend both the meeting and the talk, and it would be helpful if you could let us know if you are planning to come. Admission is free.

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A Living Legacy: Ibn 'Arabi in Today's World

May 23rd-24th, 2015 – St Anne's College, Oxford, UK

The 32nd Symposium of the Muhyiddin Ibn 'Arabi Society in the UK will be held on 23rd and 24th May, 2015, at St Anne's College, Oxford.

Confirmed speakers:

2015 marks the 850th anniversary of the birth of Ibn 'Arabi. The Muhyiddin Ibn 'Arabi Society and MIAS Latina will be organising a number of events around the world exploring aspects of his legacy.