European Union of Arabists and Islamicists
Union européenne des arabisants et islamisants (UEAI)
1962 Córdoba Spain
Founded on adoption of Constitution, following initial steps taken at 20th International Congress of Orientalists, 1960, Moscow (USSR).
Facilitate meetings and exchange of ideas and information among Arabists and Islamicists.
Events2024-09 | Granada, Spain – Congress
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Congress (every 2 years). Council, meeting every 2 years, consists of national representatives (who are also members of UEAI and have already taken part in at least 2 congresses), elects from its members the Executive Committee (meets every 2 years), comprising President, Vice-President, Secretary General, Deputy Secretary General and Treasurer. Sub-Committees.
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