Verso talks at The Travel Bookshop, 13-15 Blenheim Crescent, London W11 2EE
Jordan Goodman will talk about his latest book The Devil and Mr Casement: A Crime Against Humanity and the murderous exploitation of Indians in Peru for rubber in the first decade of the twentieth century.
Jordan Goodman has published extensively on the history of medicine and science, and in cultural and economic history. He is an Honorary Research Associate at the Wellcome Trust Centre, University College, London.
On Wednesday 10th March
Aziz al-Azmeh rethinks the relationship between Muslim and Western Societies through to the post-9/11 period, by uncovering a rich history of interaction and exchange in his acclaimed study, Islams and Modernities.
Aziz Al-Azmeh is Distinguished Visiting Professor at the Humanities Center, Central European University, Budapest and Fellow of the Institute for Advanced Study, Budapest. His other works include Ibn Khaldûn: An Essay in Reinterpretation and The Times of History: Universal Topics in Islamic Historiography.
Tickets are £3 for both talks. Contact the Travel Bookshop by email or on 020 7229 5260 to reserve a place
All talks start at 7:00pm (Doors 6:30pm).
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