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Journal of Islamic Studies (JIS)

Présentation générale

The Journal of Islamic Studies is a multi-disciplinary publication dedicated to the scholarly study of all aspects of Islam and of the Islamic world. Particular attention is paid to works dealing with history, geography, political science, economics, anthropology, sociology, law, literature, religion, philosophy, international relations, environmental and developmental issues, as well as ethical questions related to scientific research. The Journal seeks to place Islam and the Islamic tradition as its central focus of academic inquiry and to encourage comprehensive consideration of its many facets ; to provide a forum for the study of Islam and Muslim societies in their global context ; to encourage interdisciplinary studies of the Islamic world that are crossnational and comparative ; to promote the diffusion, exchange and discussion of research findings ; and to encourage interaction among academics from various traditions of learning. (www.jis.oxfordjournals.org)

Les articles -hors compte rendus d’ouvrages- autour du Coran et de la période des premiers siècles de l’Islam (depuis la création de la revue en 1990 jusqu’en janvier 2009) :

- Jaafar Sheikh Idris, Is man the vicegerent of God ?, Journal of Islamic Studies 1990 1 : 99-110
- Zafar Ishaq Ansari, The Contribution of the Qur’an and the Prophet to the Development of islamic Fiqh, Journal of Islamic Studies 1992 3 : 141-171
- A. H. Johns, The Qur’an in the Malay World : Reflections on ‘Abd al Ra’uf of Singkel (1615–1693), Journal of Islamic Studies 1998 9 : 120-145
- Thomas E. Burman, Polemic, Philology, and Ambivalence : Reading the Qur’an in Latin Christendom, Journal of Islamic Studies 2004 15 : 181-209
- Maysam J. al Faruqi, Umma : the Orientalists and the Qur’anic concept of identity, Journal of Islamic Studies, 2005, 16 : 1-34
- Yasin Dutton, ‘An Innovation from the Time of the Ban Hshim’ : Some Reflections on the Taslm at the End of the Prayer, Journal of Islamic Studies 2005 16 : 147-176
- Ulrika Mårtensson, Discourse and Historical Analysis : The Case of al-abar’s History of the Messengers and the Kings, Journal of Islamic Studies 2005 16 : 287-331
- Consuelo López-Morillas, The Genealogy of the Spanish Qur’an, Journal of Islamic Studies 2006 17 : 255-294
- Yasir S. Ibrahim, Continuity and Change in Qur’anic Readings : A Study of the Qur’anic MS. Garrett 38, Journal of Islamic Studies 2008 19 : 369-390

(Source : http://jis.oxfordjournals.org/archive/)

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