The Centre for Research into Freemasonry and Fraternalism at the University of Sheffield has announced a new publication:
The volume Freemasonry and Fraternalism in the Middle East comes out of a series of lectures held in the autumn of 2008. The Centre succeeded in attracting leading international specialists to deliver lectures on this hitherto largely neglected field of research. The scope of the papers ranged from the early eighteenth-century up to the beginning of the twentieth-century and included topics related to the Ottoman Empire, Iran and India. Authors are: Thierry Zarcone, Dorothe Sommer, Isaac Lubelsky, Mangol Bayat and Paul Dumont with an introduction and postlude by Andreas Önnerfors.
This is Volume 1 of the new publication series Sheffield Lectures on the History of Freemasonry and Fraternalism.
To view the Table of Contents, access the CRF website under “Publications”. For information about the speakers and abstracts of the papers, access “News and Events”.