Institute of Manuscripts of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences
Istiglaliyyat str. 8, Baku-Az1001
FARID ALAKBARLI (1964) is PhD, Professor of History, Head of Department of International Relations of the M.Fuzuli Institute of Manuscripts of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences.
He is President of the Azerbaijan Association of Medical Historians (AAMH), National Delegate from Azerbaijan to International Society For the History of Medicine (ISHM), the author of more than 200 scientific and educational works including 23 scientific books and a number of stories and novels.Read More...
MAIN FIELD OF RESEARCH. Medieval medical manuscripts, culturology and history of science. Medicine and pharmacology in medieval Near and Middle East.Read More...
22/04/2015. Embassy of Azerbaijan in Italy: "International Conference "Azerbaijani Multiculturalism and Caucasian Albania (the Udi)" held in Rome, Italy, 21 April 2015 . The section of the conference devoted to "Multicultural environment in modern Azerbaijan and interreligious dialogue" was moderated by Prof. Farid Alakbarli.
28/02/2015. IRCICA (Research Center for Islamic History, Art and Culture: "International Symposium on “Science and Technology in Islamic Civilization" held in Baku, Azerbaijan, 20-22 February 2015.The first working session heard the following studies: "Alchemy of the Muslim Period between Egyptian-Greek-Roman-Chinese Alchemy and European Chemistry" by H. Isahanli; "Scientific Manuscripts of Azeri Writers in the Middle Ages at Apostolic Library of Vatican" by Prof. Farid Alakbarli; "Mentality and the Dynamics of the Scientific Revolution in the Islamic Worl" by Prof. Mustafa Demirci; "Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-Khwarizmi and his Work Entitled Mafatih al-Ulum" by Prof. Mustafa Sabri Küçükaşçı".
4/02/2015. "Trend" News Agency. Prof. Hendrik Boeschoten, Prof. Farid Alakbarli, Publisher Sandro Teti, etc. participated in the International colloquium "Kitabi Dede Korkut" and Friedrich von Dietz-200" held at the Baku International Center of Multiculturalism, 10 February, 2015. The Colloquium was devoted to the 200-year anniversary of discovery and translation into German of the medieval manuscript of "Kitabi Dede Korkut", which was discovered by Friedrich von Ditz in the Library of Dresden. The German translation was published in 1815 AD in Leipzig.