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Evidence for the Early History of the Qur’an (30-31 juillet 2009)

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Evidence for the early history of the Qur’an

EDITING AND TEXTUAL CRITICISM OF EARLY
MANUSCRIPTS

10:30 AM
ASMA HELALI, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
The San‘ā’ Palimpsest : Introduction to Philological and
Literary Aspects
11:30 AM
BEHNAM SADEGHI, Stanford University
A Non-‘Uthmānic Qur’anic Manuscript from the First
Half of the Seventh (First) Century and its Relation to
the Recensions of ‘Uthmān and the Prophet

EPIGRAPHY, PALEOGRAPHY, AND ART HISTORY

1:30 PM
CHRISTIAN JULIEN ROBIN, Centre National de la
Recherche Scientifique
Epigraphic Texts from Arabia and the Koran : Some
Indirect Light
2:30 PM
FRANÇOIS DÉROCHE, École Pratique des Hautes Études

EARLY MUSLIM REPORTS AND THE QIRĀ’ĀT
GENRE

10:30 AM
MICHAEL MARX, Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der
Wissenschaften
Two Central Questions : (1) Testing the Qirā’āt by
Manuscripts ; (2) Contextualizing the Qur’an in Late
Antiquity
11:30 AM
YASIN DUTTON, University of Cape Town
Orality, Literacy and the “Seven Ahruf” Hadīth”

TEXTUAL STUDIES

1:30 PM
NEAL ROBINSON, Sogang University
The Dynamics of the Qur’anic Discourse : Tradition and
Redaction
2:30 PM
DEVIN STEWART, Emory University
Conjectural Emendation and Anomalies in the Qur’anic
4:00 PM
BEHNAM SADEGHI, Stanford University
Stylistic Evidence for the Relative Chronology of
Qur’anic Passages : Most Frequent Morphemes,
Infrequent Words, and Verse Length
5:00 PM
MICHAEL COOK, Princeton University
Concluding remarks and general discussion

NB : nous remercions Madame la Professeure Françoise Micheau de nous avoir signalés ce colloque. (Mehdi AZAIEZ)

(Source : www.stanford.edu/dept/islamic_studies/)

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