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Remapping Emergent Islam. Texts, Social Settings, and Ideological Trajectories by Carlos A. Segovia -ed- (July 2020)

Remapping Emergent Islam. Texts, Social Settings, and Ideological Trajectories by Carlos A. Segovia -ed- (July 2020)

Remapping Emergent Islam. Texts, Social Settings, and Ideological Trajectories, Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press, ("Social Worlds of Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages"), 2020, 244 p. ISBN 978-9462988064

Author

Carlos A. Segovia, PhD, is Lecturer in Qur’anic and Religious Studies at Saint Louis University-Madrid and founding Co-Director of the Early Islamic Studies Seminar: International Scholarship on the Qur’an and Islamic Origins. Most recent publications: The Quranic Noah (2015) and The Quranic Jesus (2018).

Presentation

This multidisciplinary collective volume advances the scholarly discussion on the origins of Islam. It simultaneously focuses on three domains: texts, social contexts, and ideological developments relevant for the study Islam’s beginnings - taking the latter expression in its broadest possible sense. The intersections of these domains need to be examined afresh in order to obtain a clear picture of the concurrent phenomena that collectively enabled both the gradual emergence of a new religious identity and also the progressive delimitation of its initially fuzzy boundaries.

(Credit Photo : Alexis Congourdeau)

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