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Journal of the International Qur’anic Studies Association, ed. Nicolai Sinai (Vol. 3)

Journal of the International Qur'anic Studies Association, ed. Nicolai (...)

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Le Journal
The Journal of the International Qur’anic Studies Association (JIQSA) is a peer-reviewed annual journal published by Lockwood Press on behalf of the International Qur’anic Studies Association, a nonprofit learned society for scholars of the Qur’an. JIQSA welcomes article submissions that explore the Qur’an’s origins in the religious, cultural, social, and political contexts of Late Antiquity ; its connections to various literary precursors, especially the scriptural and parascriptural traditions of older religious communities ; the historical reception of the Qur’an in the West ; the hermeneutics and methodology of qur’anic exegesis and translation (both traditional and modern) ; the transmission and evolution of the textus receptus ; Qur’an manuscripts and material culture ; and the application of various literary and philological modes of investigation into qur’anic style, compositional structure, and rhetoric.

Mission Statement
The Journal of the International Qur’anic Studies Association (JIQSA) is a peer-reviewed annual journal devoted to the scholarly study of the Qur’an. Our goals are
- to publish scholarship of high technical quality on the Qur’an, discussing its historical context, its relationship to other religious text traditions, and its literary, material, and cultural reception ;
- cultivate Qur’anic Studies as a growing field with a distinctive identity and focus, while acknowledging relevant linkages to the study of the Bible as well as the Islamic tradition, including tafsir ;
- facilitate crucial conversations about the state of the field in Qur’anic Studies and the future of the discipline ; connect diverse scholarly communities from around the world on issues of common concern in the study of the Qur’an.

Sponsors
International Qur’anic Studies Association

CONTACT

Email : nicolai.sinai@orinst.ox.ac.uk
Professor of Islamic Studies, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford
Fellow of Pembroke College

Table des matières

THE HOUSE AND THE BOOK : SANCTUARY AND SCRIPTURE IN ISLAM
Gerald R. Hawting
Page 3-23

WHY DOES THE QUR’AN NEED THE MECCAN SANCTUARY ?
Sean W. Anthony
Page 25-41

BODILY RESURRECTION IN THE QUR’AN AND SYRIAC ANTI-TRITHEIST DEBATE
David Bertaina
Page 43-77

“MY GOD ? YOUR LORD !” A QUR’ANIC RESPONSE TO A BIBLICAL QUESTION
Zohar Hadromi-Allouche
Page 79-110

CONNECTING THE DOTS : DIACRITICS, SCRIBAL CULTURE, AND THE QUR’AN IN THE FIRST/SEVENTH CENTURY
Adam Bursi
Page 111-157


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