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The Koran : critical concepts in Islamic studies (Colin TURNER)

TURNER Colin (éd.), The Koran : critical concepts in Islamic studies, New York : Routledge, 2004, 4 vol. (Vol. 1. Provenance and transmission. - Vol. 2. Themes and doctrines. - Vol. 3. Style and structure. - Vol. 4. Translation and exegesis). ISBN 0-415-31191-8 (éd. complète). - 0-415-33448-9 (v. 1). - 0-415-33449-7 (v. 2). - 0-415-33450-0 (v. 3). - 0-415-33451-9 (v. 4)

Presentation

The four volumes of this set bring together some of the most significant modern and pre-modern contributions to the study of the Islamic revelation, giving readers access to material that has hitherto been scattered and often difficult to locate. While the bulk of the material stems from the past fifty years, classic studies from earlier periods have been included, thus providing insight into the developmental dynamics of the field. Drawn from a wide range of journals, research monographs, occasional papers and edited volumes, the articles that make up this collection reflect the increasingly interdisciplinary nature of Koranic studies as it stands today. An extensive introduction at the beginning of the first volume draws together the four volumes and places each article in its broader context.

Table des matières

1. Provenance and Transmission

2. Form, Content and Literary Structure

3. The Koran and the Development of the Islamic ’Sciences’

4. Koranic Exegesis

Volume One : Provenance and Transmission

  • 1. Burton, John ’The Qur’an Collections : A Review’ in John Burton, The Collection of the Qur’an CUP (1977) pp. 160-190
  • 2. Cragg, Kenneth ’The Historical Geography of the Qur’an : a study in asbab al-nuzul’ in Journal of Quranic Studies, Vol. 1, No. 1 (1999). pp. 81-92
  • 3. Dutton, Yasin. ’An Early mushaf according to the reading of Ibn Amr’ in Journal of Quranic Studies, Vol. III, No.1 (2001) pp. 71-89
  • 4. Jeffery, Arthur ’Materials for the History of the Text of the Koran’ in Ibn Warraq, The Origins of the Koran : Classic Essays on Islam’s Holy Book, Prometheus Books (1998) pp. 114-144
  • 5. Khalifa, Mohammad ’The Authorship of the Qur’an’ in Mohammad Khalifa, The Sublime Qur’an and Orientalism Longman (1983) pp. 7-18
  • 6. Montgomery Watt, W. ’The History of the Text’ in W. Montgomery Watt, Bell’s Introduction to the Qur’an EUP (1970) pp. 40-57
  • 7. Noldeke, Theodor ’The Koran’ in Ibn Warraq, The Origins of the Koran : Classic Essays on Islam’s Holy Book, Prometheus Books (1998) pp. 36-67
  • 8. Parvez Mansoor, S. ’Method against Truth : Orientalism and Qur’anic Studies’ in Andrew Rippin (ed.) The Qur’an : Style and Contents Ashgate (2001) pp. 381-397
  • 9. Robinson, Neal ’Western Attempts at Dating the Revelations’ in Discovering the Qur’an SCM Press, London. (1996) pp. 76-96
  • 10. St. Clair Tisdall, W. ’The Sources of Islam’ in Ibn Warraq, The Origins of the Koran : Classic Essays on Islam’s Holy Book, Prometheus Books (1998) pp. 227-293
  • 11. Whelan, Estelle ’Forgotten witness : Evidence for the early codification of the Qur’an.’ Journal of the American Oriental Society 118 (1998)1-14.

Volume Two : Themes and Doctrines

  • 12. Ahsan, M. M. ’The ’satanic’ verses and the Orientalists : a note on the authenticity of the so-called Satanic verses.’ Hamdard Islamicus. 5 No 1 (Spr 1982) : 27-36.
  • 13. Albayrak, Ismail ’The Qur’anic Narratives of the Golden Calf Episode’ in Journal of Quranic Studies, Vol. III, No.1 (2001) pp. 47-69
  • 14. Algar, Hamid ’Q.21:78-9 A Qur’anic Basis for Ijtihad ?’ in Journal of Qur’anic Studies, Vol. IV, No.2 (2002) pp. 1-22
  • 15. Bashear, Suliman ’Qur’an 2:114 and Jerusalem.’ Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. 52 no 2 (1989) : 215-238.
  • 16. Bashear, Suliman ’Abraham’s Sacrifice of his Son and Related Issues : [in the Qur’an].’ Islam. 67, no 2 (1990) : 243-277.
  • 17. Beeston, A. F. L. ’Men of the tanglewood in the Qur’an.’ Journal of Semitic Studies. 13 (Aut 1968) : 253-255.
  • 18. Bijlefeld, W.A. A Prophet and more than a Prophet ? Some observations on the Qur’anic use of the terms ’Prophet’ and ’Apostle’ in Andrew Rippin (ed.) The Qur’an : Style and Contents Ashgate (2001) pp. 131-159
  • 19. Burton, John ’The Qur’an and the Islamic practice of WUDU’. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. 51 no 1 (1988) : 21-58.
  • 20. Causse, M. ’The Theology of Separation and the Theology of Community : A Study of the Prophetic Career of Moses According to the Qur’an’ in Andrew Rippin (ed.) The Qur’an : Style and Contents Ashgate (2001) pp. 37-61
  • 21. Cragg, Kenneth A. ’Meaning of Zulm in the Qur’an.’ Muslim World. 49 (Jl 1959) : 196-212.
  • 22. Denny, Frederick M. ’The Qur’anic vocabulary of repentance : orientations and attitudes [the root TWB ; bibliog].’ Journal of the American Academy of Religion Thematic Studies. 47 No 4S (D 1979) : 649- 664.
  • 23. Denny, Frederick M. ’Meaning of Ummah in the Qur’an.’ History of Religions. 15 (Ag 1975) : 34-70.
  • 24. Haddad, Yvonne Yazbeck ’Conception of the term din in the Qur’an.’ Muslim World. 64 (Ap 1974) : 114-123
  • 25. Hourani, George F. ’ Ethical presuppositions of the Qur’an.’ Muslim World. 70 (Ja 1980) : 1-28.
  • 26. Jomier, Jacques. ’The Divine Name Al-Rahman in the Qur’an’ in Andrew Rippin (ed.) The Qur’an : Style and Contents Ashgate (2001) pp. 197-212
  • 27. O’Shaughnessy, Thomas J. ’God’s purpose in creating according to the Qur’an.’ Journal of Semitic Studies. 20 (Aut 1975) : 193-209.
  • 28. O’Shaughnessy, Thomas J. ’The Qur’anic View of Youth and Old Age’ in Andrew Rippin (ed.) The Qur’an : Style and Contents Ashgate (2001) pp. 177-197
  • 29. Rahman, Fazlur 1919-1988. ’Muhammad and the Qur’an.’ Chicago Theological Seminary Register. 80 (Fall 1990) : 5-11.
  • 30. Rippin, Andrew ’Desiring the Face of God - The Qur’anic Symbolism of Personal Responsibility’ in Issa J. Boullata (ed.) Literary Structure of Religious Meaning in the Qur’an Curzon (2000) pp. 117-124.
  • 31. Welch, Alford T. ’Allah and other supernatural beings : the emergence of the Qur’anic doctrine of tawhid [bibliog].’ Journal of the American Academy of Religion Thematic Studies. 47 No 4S (D 1979) : 733- 758.
  • 32. Van Ess, Joseph ’Vison and Ascension : Surat al-Najm and its Relationship with Muhammad’s mi’raj’ in Journal of Qur’anic Studies, Vol.I, No.1 (1999) pp. 47-62

Volume Three : Style and Structure

  • 33. Abdel Haleem M.A.S. ’Grammatical Shift for Rhetorical Purposes : Iltifat and Related Features in the Qur’an’ in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LV/3, 1992, pp. 407-31.
  • 34. Abdul-Raof, Hussein The Linguistic Architecture of the Qur’an in Journal of Quranic Studies, Vol.2, No.2 (2000) pp. 37-51
  • 35. Brunschvig, Robert. ’Simple Negative Remarks on the Vocabulary of the Qur’an’ in Andrew Rippin (ed.) The Qur’an : Style and Contents Ashgate (2001) pp. 285-297
  • 36. Burton, John ’Linguistic errors in the Qur’an.’ Journal of Semitic Studies. 33 (Aut 1988) : 181-196.
  • 37. Cassels, David A. ’Near-rhyme and its occurrence in the Qur’an.’ Journal of Semitic Studies. 28 (Aut 1983) : 303- 310.
  • 38. Hajjaji-Jarrah, Soraya M. ’The Enchantment of Reading : Sound, Meaning and Expression in Surat al-’Adiyat’ in Issa J. Boullata (ed.) Literary Structure of Religious Meaning in the Qur’an Curzon (2000) pp. 228-255.
  • 39. Johns, A.H. ’The quranic presentation of the Joseph story : naturalistic or formulaic language ?’ in G.R. Hawting and Abdul-Kader A. Shareef (eds.) Approaches to the Qur’an London : Routledge 1993, pp. 37-70.
  • 40. Johns, A.H. ’Narrative, Intertext and Allusion in the Qur’anic Presentation of Job’ in Journal of Quranic Studies, Vol.1, No.1. (1999). pp. 1-25
  • 41. Jones, Alan The Qur’an in the light of earlier Arabic Prose in University Lectures in Islamic Studies, Vol. 1, Altajir World of Islam Trust , London (1997) pp. 67-83
  • 42. Larkin, Margaret ’The inimitability of the Qur’an : two perspectives.’ Religion and Literature. 20 (Spr 1988) pp. 31-47.
  • 43. Martin, Richard C. ’Structural analysis and the Qur’an : newer approaches to the study of Islamic texts [sura 26 ; bibliog].’ Journal of the American Academy of Religion Thematic Studies. 47 No 4S (D 1979) pp. 665-683.
  • 44. Mir, Mustansir ’Dialogue in the Qur’an : [bibliog].’ Religion and Literature. 24 (Spr 1992) pp. 1-22.
  • 45. Mir, Mustansir ’The Qur’an as literature.’ Religion and Literature. 20 (Spr 1988) pp. 49-64.
  • 46. Mir, Mustansir ’Humor in the Qur’an.’ Muslim World. 81 (Jl O 1991) pp. 179-193.
  • 47. Mir, Mustansir ’Irony in the Qur’an : A Study of the Story of Joseph’ in Issa J. Boullata (ed.) Literary Structure of Religious Meaning in the Qur’an Curzon (2000) pp. 173-187
  • 48. Neuwirth, Angelika ’Images and Metaphors in the Introductory Sections of the Makkan suras in G.R. Hawting and Abdul-Kader A. Shareef (eds.) Approaches to the Qur’an London : Routledge (1993) pp. 3-36
  • 49. Robinson, Neal ’The Dynamics of the Qur’anic Discourse’ in Discovering the Qur’an SCM Press, London. (1996) pp. 224-255
  • 50. Sells, Michael ’Sound, Spirit, and Gender in Surat al-Qadr.’ Journal of the American Oriental Society 111 (1991) pp. 239-259.
  • 51. Sells, Michael ’A Literary Approach to the Hymnic suras of the Qur’an : Spirit, Gender and Aural Intertextuality’ in Issa J. Boullata (ed.) Literary Structure of Religious Meaning in the Qur’an Curzon (2000) pp. 3-26
  • 52. Shahid, Irfan ’Fawatih al-Suwar : the mysterious letters of the Qur’an’ in Issa J. Boullata (ed.) Literary Structure of Religious Meaning in the Qur’an Curzon (2000) pp. 125-143
  • 53. Stewart, Devin J. ’Saj` in the Qur’an : Prosody and Stucture.’ Journal of Arabic Literature. 21 (S 1990) pp. 101-139.
  • 54. Vasalou, Sophia ’The Miraculous Eloquence of the Qur’an : General Trajectories and Individual Approaches’ in Journal of Quranic Studies, Volume IV, No. 2 (2002) pp. 23-53

Volume Four : Translation and Exegesis

  • 55. Abbott, Nabia ’The Early Development of tafsir’ in Andrew Rippin (ed.) The Qur’an : Formative Interpretation Ashgate (1999) pp. 29-41
  • 56. Abdel Haleem M.A.S. ’Context and internal relationships : keys to quranic exegesis’ in G.R. Hawting and Abdul-Kader A. Shareef (eds.) Approaches to the Qur’an London : Routledge (1993) pp. 71-99.
  • 57. Ayoub, Mahmoud M. ’The prayer of Islam : a presentation of Surat al-Fatiha in Muslim exegesis [bibliog].’ Journal of the American Academy of Religion Thematic Studies. 47 No 4S (D 1979) : 635-647.
  • 58. Barlas, Asma The Qur’an and Hermeneutics : Reading the Qur’an’s opposition to Patriarchy in Journal of Quranic Studies, Vol. III, No. 2 (2001) pp. 15-38
  • 59. Bobzin, Hartmut ’Latin Translations of the Koran : A short overview.’ Islam. 70, no 2 (1993) : 193-206.
  • 60. Calder, Norman ’Tafsir from Tabari to Ibn Kathir : problems in the description of a genre, illustrated with reference to the story of Abraham’ in G.R. Hawting and Abdul-Kader A. Shareef (eds.) Approaches to the Qur’an London : Routledge (1993) pp. 101-141
  • 61. El Cheikah, Nadia Maria ’Surat al-Rum : A study of the exegetical literature.’ Journal of the American Oriental Society 118 (1998) : 356-364
  • 62. Goldfeld, Isaiah ’The tafsir of `Abdallah b `Abbas.’ Islam. 58 (1981) : 125-135.
  • 63. Gulliot, Claude ’The Beginnings of Qur’anic Exegesis’ in Andrew Rippin (ed.) The Qur’an : Formative Interpretation Ashgate (1999) pp. 1-29
  • 64. Iqbal, Muzaffar ’Abdullah Yusuf ’Ali and Muhammad Asad : Two Approaches to the English Translation of the Qur’an’ in Journal of Qur’anic Studies, Vol. II, No. 1 (2000) pp. 107-23
  • 65. Khan, Mofakhar Hussain ’English translations of the Holy Qur’an : a bio-bibliographic study.’ Islamic Quarterly. 30 no 2 (1986) : 82-108.
  • 66. Khir, Bustami Mohamed ’The Qur’an and Science : the Debate on the Validity of Scientific Interpretations’ in Journal of Quranic Studies, Vol. II, No.2 (2000) pp. 19-35
  • 67. Lawson, B. Todd ’Akhbari Shi’I approaches to tafsir’ in G.R. Hawting and Abdul-Kader A. Shareef (eds.) Approaches to the Qur’an London : Routledge (1993) pp. 173-211
  • 68. Mir, Mustansir The sura as a unity : A twentieth century development in Qur’an exegesis, in G.R. Hawting and Abdul-Kader A. Shareef (eds.) Approaches to the Qur’an London : Routledge 1993, pp. 211-24.
  • 69. Morris, James ’Qur’an Translation and the Challenges of Communication : Towards a ’Literal’ Study-Version of the Qur’an’ in Journal of Quranic Studies, Vol. 2, No.2 (2000) pp. 53-67
  • 70. Netton, Ian Richard ’Towards a modern tafsir of Surat al-Kahf : Structure and Semiotics’ in Journal of Quranic Studies, Vol. II, No. 1 (2000) pp. 67-87
  • 71. Robinson, Neal ’The Structure and Interpretation of Surat al-Mu’minun’ in Journal of Quranic Studies, Vol. II, No.1 (2000) pp. 89-106
  • 72. Smith, Jane I. ; Haddad, Yvonne Y. ’Afterlife themes in modern Qur’an commentary.’ Journal of the American Academy of Religion Thematic Studies. 47 No 4S (D 1979) : 699-720.
  • 73. Tibawi, Abdul Latif. ’Is the Qur’an translatable : Early Muslim opinion.’ Muslim World. 52 (Ja 1962) : 4-16.

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