Welcome to the Khalili Research Centre website
The Khalili Research Centre (KRC) is the University of Oxford's centre for research and teaching about the art and material culture of the Islamic societies of the Middle East and of their non-Muslim members and neighbours.
The KRC is part of the Faculty of Oriental Studies within the University, and is administered by a director and a management committee appointed by and answerable to the Board of the Faculty.
This website provides information about the KRC and its activities, facilities, staff, and students. To find out more about the lectures taking place at the centre please visit the lectures page, or to find out about the research being undertaken at the centre, please see the staff and student pages.
KRC NEWS – For updates on KRC research, details of new publications, and other important information please visit our News page.
TWO KRC PROJECTS WIN MAJOR RESEARCH AWARDS — Two KRC projects have won major awards from the Arts & Humanities Research Council. The two awards, which together amount to £1 million, will begin in October 2013 and support multidisciplinary research projects, post-doctoral research staff and doctoral students within the KRC. For details visit our News page.
UPCOMING EVENT NEWS: KRC Workshop - 29th June 2013 - East Christian and Islamic Art - see here for further details
LECTURE ON FRIDAY JUNE 14th at 3PM:
STRATIGRAPHY, TECHNOLOGY AND MODELS, REMARKS ON SOME LATE 9TH AND EARLY 10TH CENTURY HISPANIC CHURCHES - Maria de los Angeles Utrero Agudo