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RUBIN Uri

Uri Rubin est Professeur au Département des études arabes et islamique à l’Université de Tel-Aviv.

Orientations de recherche

Mes domaines de recherche sont les débuts de l’islam, avec un accent particulier sur le Coran, l’exégèse du Coran (Tafsir), et les débuts de la tradition islamique (Sira et les hadith). En 2005, j’ai publié une nouvelle traduction du Coran en hébreu. Récemment, je me suis engagé dans l’étude du statut de Jérusalem (y compris le Dôme du Rocher), dans les débuts de l’Islam, par rapport à celui de la Mecque et de la Kaaba. Mon prochain projet s’articulera autour d’une re-découverte du contexte arabe du Coran.
Traduction par Mehdi Azaiez du texte d’Uri Rubin extrait de son site internet

Bibliographie

Livres

- Muhammad the Prophet and Arabia, London ; [then] Aldershot (GB) ; Brookfield (Vt.), Variorum, ("Variorum Collected Studies Series : 968"), 2011, 346 p. ISBN 978-1-4094-0846-8

1. The Eye of the Beholder : the Life of Muhammad as Viewed by the Early Muslims (a Textual
Analysis), The Darwin Press, Princeton, New Jersey, 1995 (289 pp.).
2. Between Bible and Qur’an : the Children of Israel and the Islamic Self-Image. The Darwin Press,
Princeton, New Jersey, 1999 (318 pp.).

Traductions
1. The Qur’an : Hebrew translation from the Arabic, annotations, appendices and index, Tel Aviv, 2005.

Editions
1. Uri Rubin and David J. Wasserstein (eds.). Dhimmis and Others : Jews and Christians and the World
of Classical Islam. Israel Oriental Studies 17 (1997).
2. Uri Rubin (ed. and Introduction). The Life of Muhammad (The Formation of the Classical Islamic
World : Vol. 4). Aldershot, 1998.

Articles
1. “Pre-Existence and Light—Aspects of the Concept of Nur Muhammad”, Israel Oriental Studies 5
(1975), 62–119. Click here to read the article.
2. “Abu Lahab and Sura CXI”, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 42
(1979), 13-28. Click here to read the article [jstor].
3. “Prophets and Progenitors in the Early Shi’a Tradition”, Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam 1
(1979), 41–65. Click here to read the article.
4. “The Great Pilgrimage of Muhammad : Some Notes on Sura IX”, Journal of Semitic Studies 27
(1982), 241–260.
5. “Bara’a : A Study of Some Qur’anic Passages”, Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam 5 (1984), 13–
31.
6. “The Ilaf of Quraysh : A Study of Sura CVI”, Arabica 31 (1984), 165–188.
7. “Al-Samad and the High God : An Interpretation of Sura CXII”, Der Islam 61 (1984), 197–217.
8. “The ‘Constitution of Medina’ : Some Notes”, Studia Islamica 62 (1985), 5–23. Click here to read the article [jstor].
9. “The Ka’ba : Aspects of its Ritual Functions”, Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam 8 (1986), 97–
131. Click here to read the article.
10. “Morning and Evening Prayers in Early Islam”, Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam 10 (1987),
40–64. Click here to read the article.
11. “Muhammad’s Curse of Muḍar and the Blockade of Mecca”, Journal of the Economic and Social
History of the Orient 3 (1988), 249–264. Click here to read the article [jstor].
12. “Meccan Trade and Qur’ānic Exegesis (Qur’an 2:198)”, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 3 (1990), 421-428. Click here to read the article [jstor].
13. “Ḥanifiyya and Ka`ba—An Inquiry into the Arabian Pre-Islamic Background of Din Ibrahim”,
Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam 13 (1990), 85–112. Repr. in Peters (ed.), The Arabs and
Arabia on the Eve of Islam, 267-94. Click here to read the article.
14. “The Assassination of Ka`b b. al-Ashraf”, Oriens 32 (1990), 65–71. Click here to read the article [jstor].
15. “Al-walad li-l-firash : On the Islamic Campaign Against zina”, Studia Islamica 78 (1993), 5–26. Click here to read the article [jstor].
16. “Iqra’ bi-smi rabbika… : Some Notes on the Interpretation of Surat al-‘Alaq”, Israel Oriental Studies
13 (1993), 213–230. Click here to read the article.
17. “The Shrouded Messenger : On the Interpretation of al-Muzzammil and al-Muddaththir”, Jerusalem
Studies in Arabic and Islam 16 (1993), 96–107. Click here to read the article.
18. “Exegesis and Hadith : The Case of the Seven Mathani”, in G.R. Hawting and A.A. Shareef (eds.),
Approaches to the Qur’an (London and New York, 1993), 141–56.
19. “Quran and Tafsir : The Case of ‘an yadin”, Der Islam 70 (1993), 133–144.
20. “Apocalypse and Authority in Islamic Tradition : The Emergence of the Twelve Leaders”,
Al-Qantara 18 (1997), 11-42.
21. “Apes, Pigs, and the Islamic Identity”, Israel Oriental Studies 17 (1997), 89—105.
22. “The life of Muhammad and the Islamic Self-Image”, in Harald Motzki (ed.), The Biography of
Muhammad : the Issue of the Sources (Leiden, 2000), 3—17.
23. “The Direction of Prayer in Islam : On the History of a Conflict Between Rituals”, Historia 6 (2000),
5-29 (In Hebrew)
24. “Traditions in Transformation. The Ark of the Covenant and the Golden Calf in Biblical and Islamic
Historiography,” Oriens 36 (2001), 196—214. Click here to read the article [jstor].
25. “The life of Muhammad and the Quran : the case of Muhammad’s hijra.” Jerusalem Studies in
Arabic and Islam 28 (2003), 40-64. Click here to read the article.
26. “Prophets and Caliphs : the Biblical Foundations of the Umayyad Authority,” in Herbert Berg, (ed.),
Method and Theology in the Study of Islamic origins (Leiden, 2003), 73-99.
27. “Prophetic Charisma in the Qur’an”, in Giovanni Filoramo (ed.), Carisma Profetico : Fattore di
Innovazione Religiosa (Brescia, 2003), 175-90.
28. “Muhammad the Exorcist : Aspects of Islamic-Jewish Polemics”. Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and
Islam 30 (2005), 94-111. Click here to read the article.
29. “Prophets and Prophethood”, in A. Rippin (ed.), The Blackwell Companion to the Qur’an (Blackwell
Publishing, 2006), 234-47.
30. "Qur’an and Poetry : More Data Concerning the Qur’anic jizya Verse (`an yadin)," Jerusalem
Studies in Arabic and Islam 31 (2006), 139-46. Click here to read the article.
31. “Islamic Retellings of Biblical History”, in Y. Tzvi Langermann and Josef Stern (eds.), Adaptations and Innovations : Studies on the Interaction between Jewish and Islamic Thought and Literature from the Early Middle Ages to the Late Twentieth Century, Dedicated to Professor Joel L. Kraemer (Paris, 2007), 299-314.
32. "The Hands of Abu Lahab and the Gazelle of the Ka’ba", Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam 33 (2007), 93-98. Click here to read the article.
33. “Muhammad’s Night Journey (isra’) to al-Masjid al-Aqsa : Aspects of the Earliest Origins of the
Islamic Sanctity of Jerusalem”, al-Qantara 29 (2008), 147-65.
34. “Between Arabia and the Holy Land : A Mecca-Jerusalem Axis of Sanctity”, Jerusalem Studies in
Arabic and Islam 2008 (Forthcoming).
35. “On the Arabian Origins of the Qur’an : The Case of al-furqan”, Journal of Semitic Studies (forthcoming).

Autres articles

106-113, 2002, 2ארץ-ישראל ובני-ישראל במקורות האסלאם. קשת החדשה

לשאלת אחדותו של הקוראן. עיונים באסלאם הקדום : דברים שנאמרו ביום עיון לכבוד מאיר י’ קיסטר במלאת לו תשעים
72-85שנה. האקדמיה הלאומית למדעים, ירושלים, תשס"ה,

102-111, 2007, 19בין מכה וירושלים : על מקורותיה הקדומים של קדושת ירושלים באסלאם. קשת החדשה

Items in Encyclopaedias
The Encyclopaedia of Islam (Second Edition, E.J. Brill, Leiden)
1. “Nur Muhammadi” (fascicule 131–32).
2. “Sa`a” (section 3).
3. “Mala’” (Supplement volume).
4. “Na`l Sharif” (Supplement volume).

Encyclopaedia Hebraica, 3rd supplement volume (1995) (in Hebrew)
1. “Islam”.
2. “Abraham”.
3. “Muhammad”.
4. “Qur’an”.

Encyclopaedia of the Qur’an (E.J. Brill, Leiden, 2001-2006)
1. “Caravan” (vol. 1).
2. “Children of Israel”(vol. 1).
3. “Hafsa” (vol. 2).
4. “Hanif” (vol. 2).
5. “Ilaf“ (vol. 2).
6. “Israel” (vol. 2).
7. “Jews and Judaism” (vol. 3).
8. “Muhammad” (vol. 3).
9. “Oft-repeated” (vol. 3).
10. “Prophets and Prophethood” (vol. 4)
11. “Sacred Precincts” (vol. 4, E.J. Brill, Leiden).
12. “Quraysh” (vol. 4).
13. “Remnants” (vol. 4).
14. “Races” (vol. 4).
15. “Repentance” (vol. 4).
16. “Vehicles” (vol. 5)

The Encyclopaedia of Islam (Third Edition, E.J. Brill, Leiden)
1. “`Abdallah b. `Abd al-Muttalib”
2. “`Abd al-Muttalib”
3. “Abraha”
4. “Abu Jahl”
5. “Abu Qubays”
6. “Abu Talib”
7. “Ahmad”
8. “Amina”
9. “`Amr b. Luhayy”
10. “`Aqil b. Abi Talib”
11. “`Arafa”

Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart, vierte Auflage, Tübingen (2003)
1. “Medina”
2. “Muhammad”
3. “Prophets and Prophethood”.

Other
1. “Asnam”, The Encyclopedia of Islam and the Muslim World, Macmillan Reference USA (2003).

Reviews
1. “G. Lüling, Die Wiederentdeckung des Propheten Muḥammad”, Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and
Islam 6 (1985), 481–512.
2. “J. Burton, Abu `Ubayd al-Qasim b. Sallam’s K. al-Nasikh wa-l-mansukh...”, Der Islam 70 (1993),
167–170.
3. “R. Firestone, Journeys in Holy Lands : the Evolution of the Abraham–Ishmael Legends in Islamic
Exegesis”, Jerusalem studies in Arabic and Islam 17 (1994), 245–49.
4. “R. Vassie (ed.) : A Classical Handlist of Arabic Manuscripts Acquired since 1912. Vol. II : Qur’anic
Sciences & hadith, London : The British Library, 1995.”, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African
Studies 59 (1996), 218.
5. “J. Burton, An Introduction to the Hadith”, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 59
(1996), 340—41.
6. “Schoeler, Gregor. Charakter und Authentie der muslimischen Überlieferung über das Leben
Mohammeds”, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies (1997).
7. Madigan, Daniel A. The Qur’an’s Self-Image : Writing and Authority in Islam’s Scripture. Jerusalem
Studies in Arabic and Islam 28 (2003), 381-86.
8. Tottoli, Roberto. Biblical Prophets in the Qur’an and Muslim Literature. Curzon Press, Richmond,
Surrey, 2002. Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam 28 (2003), 397-99.
9. Alan Dundes, Fables of the Ancients ? Folklore in the Qur’an. Rowman & Littlefield Publishres, Inc.,
Lanham - Boulder - New York - Oxford, 2003. Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam 30 (2005), 526-
27.
10. Walid A. Salih, The Formation of the Classical Tafsir Tradition : The Qur`an Commentary of al-
Tha`labi (d. 427/1035). Brill, Leiden-Boston, 2004. VII + 267 pp. Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam
30 (2005), 540-43.
11. Stefan Wild (ed.). Self-Referentiality in the Qur’an.. Harrassovitz Verlag : Wiesbaden 2006. Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam (forthcoming).

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