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Pierre Lory was born in France in 1952, and grew up in Belgium in an international milieu (European Community, Brussels). His interest in political science and the problems in the Middle East eventually led him to return to Paris and pursue his studies at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques, while also studying Arabic at the Institut National des Trent Richardson Colts Jersey Langues et Civilisations Orientales. In 1973 he moved to the Middle East, where he lived in Lebanon and Syria while completing advanced coursework in Arabic. There he discovered classical Arab Islamic culture, and decided to focus his research on the history of Islamic spirituality (Sufism). Continuing his studies in France, he earned a Masters on mystical exegesis in the Koran, and a PhD on Arabic alchemical texts. He then pursued further post graduate work in Islamic Studies, receiving a "Doctorat d'tat". He became Associate Professor of Arabic and Islamic Civilization at the University of Bordeaux in 1981, and Professor at the Ecole Pratique des Hautes http://www.coltsonlineprostore.com/WOMENS-ANDREW-LUCK-JERSEY.html Etudes (Sorbonne) in 1991. His participation in international conferences, panels, and research groups frequently takes him to the Middle T.Y. Hilton Womens Jersey East, North Africa, and all over the world Doctorat d'tat (Post Doctorate) in Arabic and Islamic Studies, Robert Mathis Jersey University Michel de Montaigne Bordeaux III, 1991.
Doctorat (PhD) in Arabic Civilization, University Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris III, 1981.
Licence (Bachelor of Arts) in Arabic Language and Civilization, University Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris III, 1975.
Licence (Bachelor of Arts) in Political Sciences, Option International Relations, Institut d'Etudes Politiques of Paris, 1973.
Baccalaurat (High school diploma), European International School of Brussels, Belgium, 1970.
Languages: Arabic, English, French, German, Dutch (read and spoken); Persian, Spanish, Italian (read); Latin. Professor of Religious studies, Chair of Islamic Mysticism, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, 1991 present.
Lecturer on Arabic Islamic civilization, Ecole Nationale des Langues Orientales, Paris and University Paris X Nanterre, 1979 1981. Yearly conferences, lectures and academic missions throughout the Middle East Lebanon, Egypt, Syria, Iran as well as the United States, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Japan and China.