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

The Literary Qur'an : Narrative Ethics in the Maghreb par Hoda El Shakry (Décembre 2019)El Shakry (Hoda) The Literary Qur’an : Narrative Ethics in the Maghreb, NYC, Fordham University Press, 2019, 240 p. ISBN 978-0823286362
L’auteure
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 (...)

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The Praiseworthy One : The Prophet Muhammad in Islamic Texts and Images par Christiane Gruber (Janvier 2018)

The Praiseworthy One : The Prophet Muhammad in Islamic Texts and Images par Christiane Gruber (Janvier 2018)Gruber (Christiane), The Praiseworthy One : The Prophet Muhammad in Islamic Texts and Images, Indiana University Press, 2019, 448 p. ISBN 978-0253025265
L’auteur
Christiane Gruber is Professor of Islamic Art at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Her primary field of research is Islamic painting, in particular illustrated books of the Prophet Muhammad’s ascension. She is author of The Timurid Book of Ascension (Mi‘rajnama) : A Study of Text and Image in a Pan-Asian Context and The (...)

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"Qur’anic Prosody : Sound, Sense and the Sacred" par Devin J. Stewart (Septembre 2018)

"Qur'anic Prosody : Sound, Sense and the Sacred" par Devin J. Stewart (Septembre 2018)Stewart (Devin J.), Qur’anic Prosody : Sound, Sense and the Sacred, Londres, Routledge ("Routledge Studies in the Qur’an"), 2018, 224 p. ISBN 9781138093461
L’auteur
Dr. Stewart received a B.A. magna cum laude in Near Eastern Studies from Princeton University in 1984, completed the CASA program in Arabic at the American University in Cairo in 1985, and earned a Ph.D. with distinction in Arabic and Islamic Studies from the University of Pennsylvania in 1991. He has been at Emory since 1990 and (...)

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The Qurʾān. A Form-Critical History par Karim Samji (Juin 2018)

The Qurʾān. A Form-Critical History par Karim Samji (Juin 2018)Karim (Samji), The Qurʾān. A Form-Critical History, Berlin, De Gruyter, ("Studies in the History and Culture of the Middle East ; 32), 2018, 260 p. ISBN 978-3-11-058088-4
The Author
Karim Samji is Assistant Professor of History in Gettysburg College (USA). Education : B.A. University of California, Los Angeles ; M.A. University of Utah ; M.A. University of Michigan ; Ph.D. University of Michigan.
Presentation
The corpus coranicum eludes familiar categories and resists strict labels. No (...)

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The Qur’an and Modern Arabic Literary Criticism From Taha to Nasr by Mohammad Salama (Mai 2018)

The Qur'an and Modern Arabic Literary Criticism From Taha to Nasr by Mohammad Salama (Mai 2018)Salama (Mohammad), About The Qur’an and Modern Arabic Literary Criticism, Bloomsbury Academic, ("Contemporary Middle Eastern and Islamicate Thought"), 256 p. ISBN 9781474254267
L’auteur
Mohammad Salama teaches courses on Arabic literature and culture, and is director of the Arabic Program at San Francisco State University. He received his doctorate in Comparative Literature from the University of Wisconsin- Madison, with a minor in film (2005). He also holds an M.A. in English Literature (...)

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