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Journal of Semitic Studies (JSS)

Journal of Semitic Studies (JSS)

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The Journal of Semitic Studies is one of the leading international academic journals in its field. The term ‘Semitic Studies’ indicates a linguistic limitation to the languages of the Semitic family and includes the modern as well as the ancient and medieval periods. Lire la suite

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Les articles ou compte rendus autour du Coran (depuis 1956) :

Il existe 22 articles sur/autour le/du Coran selon le moteur de recherche du journal en ligne :

- A. RIPPIN, QUR’AN 21: 95: "A BAN IS UPON ANY TOWN", J Semitic Studies, 1979; 24: 43 - 53.
- G. H. A. JUYNBOLL, THE POSITION OF QUR’AN RECITATION IN EARLY ISLAM, J Semitic Studies, 1974; XIX: 240 - 251.
- J. W. BOWKER, INTERCESSION IN THE QUR’AN AND THE JEWISH TRADITION, J Semitic Studies, 1966; XI: 69 - 82.
- REVIEWS: Suleiman A. Mourad ; ANDREW J. LANE, A Traditional Mu‘tazilite Qur’an Commentary: The Kashshf of Jr Allh al-Zamakhshar (d. 538/1144), J Semitic Studies, Autumn 2007; 52: 409 - 411.
- NORMAN A. STILLMAN, THE STORY OF CAIN AND ABEL IN THE QUR’AN AND THE MUSLIM COMMENTATORS: SOME OBSERVATIONS, J Semitic Studies, 1974; XIX: 231 - 239.
- JAMES ROBSON, SOME USES IN THE QUR’AN, J Semitic Studies, 1959; 4: 139 - 141.
- DAVID BRADY, THE BOOK OF REVELATION AND THE QUR’AN: IS THERE A POSSIBLE LITERARY RELATIONSHIP ?, J Semitic Studies, 1978; 23: 216 - 225.
- A. F. L. BEESTON, THE "MEN OF THE TANGLEWOOD" IN THE QUR’AN, J Semitic Studies, 1968; 13: 253 - 255.
- THOMAS J. O’SHAUGHNESSY, S.J., GOD’S PURPOSE IN CREATING ACCORDING TO THE QUR’AN, J Semitic Studies, 1975; XX: 193 - 209.
- A. RIPPIN, QUR’AN 78/24: A STUDY IN ARABIC LEXICOGRAPHY, J Semitic Studies, 1983; XXVIII: 311 - 320.
- Andreas Christmann, The Qur’an and its Interpretative Tradition, J Semitic Studies, AUTUMN 2002; 47: 374 - 375.
- Andreas Christmann, Review: The Qur’an: A Short Introduction, J Semitic Studies, AUTUMN 2004; 49: 382 - 384.
- Andreas Christmann, The Noble Qur’an: A New Rendering of its Meaning in English
J Semitic Studies, AUTUMN 2002; 47: 372 - 374.
- Hans Zirker, ABDULLAH SAEED, Interpreting the Qur’an: Towards a Contemporary Approach.
J Semitic Studies, Autumn 2008; 53: 376 - 378.
- Andreas Christmann, Review: Encyclopaedia of the Qur’an, J Semitic Studies, AUTUMN 2004; 49: 379 - 382.
- JOHN BURTON, LINGUISTIC ERRORS IN THE QUR’AN, J Semitic Studies, 1988; XXXIII: 181 - 196.
- Erik S. Ohlander, Fear of God (taqw) in the Qur’an: Some Notes on Semantic Shift and Thematic Context, J Semitic Studies, Spring 2005; 50: 137 - 152.
- REVIEWS: Walid Saleh, KRISTIN ZAHRA SAND, Sufi Commentaries on the Qur’an in Classical Islam, J Semitic Studies, Autumn 2008; 53: 370 - 372.
- DAVID A. CASSELS, NEAR-RHYME AND ITS OCCURRENCE IN THE QUR’AN, J Semitic Studies, 1983; XXVIII: 303 - 310.
- REVIEWS: Neal Robinson, Review: Fables of the Ancients? Folklore in the Qur’an. J Semitic Studies, Spring 2005; 50: 240 - 242.
- B. TODD LAWSON, NOTE FOR THE STUDY OF A ‘SHI‘I QUR’AN, J Semitic Studies, 1991; XXXVI: 279 - 295.
- REUVEN FIRESTONE, ABRAHAM’S SON AS THE INTENDED SACRIFICE (AL-DHABH, QUR’AN 37: 99–113): ISSUES IN QUR’ANIC EXEGESIS, J Semitic Studies, 1989; XXXIV: 95 - 131.