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Arabic in Context : Celebrating 400 Years of Arabic at Leiden University par Ahmed al-Jallad -ed.- (Juin 2017)

Arabic in Context : Celebrating 400 Years of Arabic at Leiden University par Ahmed al-Jallad -ed.- (Juin 2017)Al-Jallad (Ahmed) -ed.-, Arabic in Context : Celebrating 400 Years of Arabic at Leiden University, Leiden, Brill, ("Studies in Semitic Languages and Linguistics ; 89"), 2017, 440 p. ISBN 978-9004343030
L’auteur
Ahmad Al-Jallad, Ph.D. (2012) Harvard University, is an Assistant Professor at Leiden University. He has published on the comparative grammar of the Semitic languages, the history of Arabic, and on the epigraphy of Ancient North Arabia, including An Outline of the Grammar of the (...)

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Power, Patronage, and Memory in Early Islam par Alain George & Andrew Marsham -eds- (Octobre 2017)

Power, Patronage, and Memory in Early Islam par Alain George & Andrew Marsham -eds- (Octobre 2017)Alain George & Andrew Marsham -eds-, Power, Patronage, and Memory in Early Islam, Oxford, Oxford University Press (USA), 2017, 384 p. ISBN 97801904989312017
Editeurs
Edited by Alain George and Edited by Andrew Marsham
Alain George studied at the London School of Economics and the University of Oxford, and has taught at the University of Edinburgh since 2007. In 2010, he was awarded a Philip Leverhulme Prize in recognition of his research. He is the author of The Rise of Islamic (...)

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Muhammad’s Heirs. The Rise of Muslim Scholarly Communities, 622–950 par Jonathan E. Brockopp (Juin 2017)

Muhammad's Heirs. The Rise of Muslim Scholarly Communities, 622–950 par Jonathan E. Brockopp (Juin 2017)Brockopp (Jonathan E.), Muhammad’s Heirs. The Rise of Muslim Scholarly Communities, 622–950, New York, Pennsylvania State University, ("Cambridge Studies in Islamic Civilization"), 2017, 250 p. ISBN 9781316227145
L’auteur
Jonathan E. Brockopp is an Associate Professor of History and Religious Studies at Pennsylvania State University. He is the editor of and contributor to The Cambridge Companion to Muhammad (Cambridge, 2010).
Présentation
Muslim scholars are a vital part of Islam, and are (...)

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"New Frontiers of Arabic Papyrology : Arabic and Multilingual Texts from Early Islam" par Bouderbala S., Denoix S. (Juin 2017)

"New Frontiers of Arabic Papyrology : Arabic and Multilingual Texts from Early Islam" par Bouderbala S., Denoix S. (Juin 2017)Bouderbala (Sobhi), Denoix (Sylvie), New Frontiers of Arabic Papyrology : Arabic and Multilingual Texts from Early Islam, Leiden, Brill, 2017, ("Islamic History and Civilization ; 144"), 200 p. ISBN 9789004345133
Éditeurs
Sobhi Bouderbala, PhD (Université de Paris 1, 2008), is an assistant professor at the University of Tunis and a member of the Laboratoire d’Archéologie et d’Architecture Maghrébines.
Sylvie Denoix, PhD (1984), National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), is director of the (...)

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Story of the Encounter Between Monk Bahīra and Muhammad as It is Recorded in the Syriac Manuscript of Mardin 259/2 : The Monk Encounters the Prophet par Abjar Bahkou (Avril 2017)

Story of the Encounter Between Monk Bahīra and Muhammad as It is Recorded in the Syriac Manuscript of Mardin 259/2 : The Monk Encounters the Prophet par Abjar Bahkou (Avril 2017)Bahkou (Abjar) Story of the Encounter Between Monk Bahīra and Muhammad as It is Recorded in the Syriac Manuscript of Mardin 259/2 : The Monk Encounters the Prophet, Lewiston, The Edwin Mellen Press, 112 p. ISBN 978-1-4955-0469-3
L’auteur
Abjar Bahkou is Senior Lecturer of Arabic literature, culture and language at Baylor University. He received his Ph.D. in 2008 in Islamic Studies from the Pontifical Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies and his Ph.D. in Education in 1998 from Salesian (...)

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