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Edited by Paul M. Cobb, University of Pennsylvania
In honor of Fred M. Donner's distinguished career as an interpreter of early Islam, this volume collects more than a dozen studies by his students. They range over a wide array of sub-fields in Islamic studies, including Islamic history, historiography, Islamic law, Qur'anic studies and ...
edited by Antoine Borrut & Paul M. Cobb
Building on new interest in the study of memory and Islamic historiography and including interdisciplinary perspectives from Arabic literature, art, and archaeology, the papers in this book consider the achievements of the Umayyad dynasty in the Near East and Islamic Spain, and highlight the ...
edited by Roxani Eleni Margariti, Emory University, Adam Sabra, University of Georgia and Petra M. Sijpesteijn, Leiden University
Edited by Petra M. Sijpesteijn, Lennart Sundelin, Sofía Torallas Tovar and Amalia Zomeño
This volume collects papers given at the conference "Documents and the History of the Early Islamic Mediterranean World", including editions of unpublished documents and historical studies, which make use of documentary evidence from al-Andalus, Sicily, Egypt, the Arabian Peninsula, Syria and ...
Edited by Ulrike Freitag and William G. Clarence-Smith
The story of Hadhramaut and its diaspora illuminates significant aspects of Indian Ocean history, notably the role of non-Western merchants, Islamisation and controversies within Islam, British clashes with the Ottomans, and social transformations through migration.
Kais M. Firro
This book deals with the history of the Druze community using an interdisciplinary approach to describe, analyze, and explain historical events and processes.
B. Lewis, M. Rodinson, G. Baer, H. Müller, A.S. Ehrenkreutz, E. Ashtor, B. Spuler, A.K.S. Lambton, R.C. Cooper, B. Rosenberger, R. Arié, L. Bolens, T. Fahd
Korkut M. Buğday
Evliyā Çelebi describes his travels in Anatolia in the third volume of the Seyāḥatnāme, which is one of the most important narrative sources for the history of the Ottoman Empire in the 17th century. This edition provides a contribution to the growing investigation of Evliyā Çelebi's oeuvre.
By Michael Köhler. Translated by Peter M. Holt. Revised, edited and introduced by Konrad Hirschler, SOAS, University of London
In Alliances and Treaties between Frankish and Muslim Rulers Michael Köhler presents a ground-breaking study of Frankish-Muslim diplomacy in the period from the First Crusade through to the thirteenth century.
Meir M. Bar-Asher and Aryeh Kofsky
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