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Marriage in the Tribe of Muhammad. A Statistical Study of Early Arabic Genealogical Literature by Robinson Majied (October 2019)

Marriage in the Tribe of Muhammad. A Statistical Study of Early Arabic Genealogical Literature by Robinson Majied (October 2019)Majied (Robinson), Marriage in the Tribe of Muhammad. A Statistical Study of Early Arabic Genealogical Literature, Berlin, 2019, 280 p. ISBN 978-3-11-062607-0
Author
Dr Majied Robinson’s passion for all things pre-modern and Islamicate began in school with the Ottomans module of his History A-Level. Seduced by stories of slave-soldiers and sultans he went on to read Oriental Studies (Persian) at Cambridge University where he studied both literary and historical subjects. After a two-year (...)

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International Qur’an Conference Tangier Global Forum University of New England Tangier, Morocco (25-26 July, 2019)

International Qur'an Conference Tangier Global Forum University of New England Tangier, Morocco (25-26 July, 2019)Presentation
Given the history and the pluralistic nature of the conference, participants are encouraged to exchange views on the relationship between the Qur’an and other religions. The conference will unveil new research on the Qur’an, and create a platform for connecting other religions to Qur’anic studies. Further attention will be paid to the important contribution of North African scholars to the emergence and flourishing of methods in the study of Qur’an, tafsir and translation. Also, (...)

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The Literary Qur’an: Narrative Ethics in the Maghreb by Hoda El Shakry (December 2019)

The Literary Qur'an: Narrative Ethics in the Maghreb by Hoda El Shakry (December 2019)El Shakry (Hoda) The Literary Qur’an: Narrative Ethics in the Maghreb, NYC, Fordham University Press, 2019, 240 p. ISBN 978-0823286362
Author
Hoda El Shakry is Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature at Pennsylvania State University. After completing her Ph.D. in Comparative Literature at UCLA, she was a Faculty Fellow at the Gallatin School of Individualized Study at New York University. Her research interests lie in contemporary literature, criticism, and visual culture from North (...)

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Arabic Oration: Art and Function by Tahera Qutbuddin (April 2019)

Arabic Oration: Art and Function by Tahera Qutbuddin (April 2019)Qutbuddin (Tahera), Arabic Oration: Art and Function, Leiden, Brill, ("Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 1 The Near and Middle East, Volume: 131"), 2019. ISBN 978-90-04-39580-0
Author
Tahera Qutbuddin, Ph.D. (1999), Harvard, is Professor of Arabic Literature at The University of Chicago. She has published widely on Islamic preaching, Ali’s sermons, Fatimid poetry, Tayyibi Bohra literature, and Arabic in India, including Light in the Heavens: Sayings of the Prophet Muḥammad (NYU, 2016) (...)

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Approaches to the Qur’an in Contemporary Iran by Alessandro Cancian -Ed.-(June 2019)

Approaches to the Qur'an in Contemporary Iran by Alessandro Cancian -Ed.-(June 2019)Cancian (Alessandro) -ed.-, Approaches to the Qur’an in Contemporary Iran, Oxford, Oxford University Press, ("Qur’anic Studies Series"), 2019, 376 p. ISBN 9780198840763
Editor & contributors
Alessandro Cancian is a Research Associate in the Department of Academic Research and Publications at the Institute of Ismaili Studies.
Contributors: Alice Bombardier, Nicholas Boylston, Rainer Brunner, Alessandro Cancian, Giovanni De Zorzi, Ingvild Flaskerud, Niloofar Haeri, Seyfeddin Kara, (...)

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