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Aḥmad ibn ʿAlī al-Maqrīzī (d. 845/1442) is considered one of the great historians of the Islamic civilization. He composed works in several different genres and on a wide variety of topics (chronicles, biographical dictionaries, works and treatises on various subjects such as numismatics, ...
Christians and Jews in Muslim Societies is a peer reviewed book series consisting of monographs and edited collections about Christians and Jews in the Islamic world from the rise of Islam until the end of the Mandate Period. The series covers this topic in the widest possible sense, welcoming ...
Land and People of the Ottoman Empire in the Seventeenth Century: A Corpus of Partial Editions. Edited by Klaus Kreiser
Editorial Board: Ali Gheissari, University of San Diego, CA, Roy P. Mottahedeh, Harvard University, Yann Richard, Sorbonne Nouvelle, Christoph Werner, University of Marburg
Edited by Hinrich Biesterfeldt, Sebastian Günther and Wadad Kadi
Publishes scholarly studies of topics relating to the history and culture of the Islamic world, including studies of institutions, historical figures, religious movements, as well as the intellectual, literary, and artistic traditions of Islam.
Leiden prides itself on a longstanding tradition of scholarship and publishing in the study of Islam and Muslim cultures in Western academia. From the very beginning both philological and historical approaches have been prominent in this endeavor, later extending to anthropological studies of ...
Editorial board: Jørgen S. Nielsen, University of Copenhagen and Aminah McCloud, DePaul University, Chicago
Brill's Muslim Minorities series is designed to represent scholarly research into the situation of Islam and Muslims in world regions characterised by long-term European settlement: Europe from the Atlantic through the Russian Federation, the Americas, southern Africa and Australasia. Research ...
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