Introduction--Josef W. Meri Bibliography of the Works of Wilferd Madelung--Farhad Daftary Part I: The Transmission of Knowledge Universities: Past and Present--George Makdisi The ijaza from Abd Allah b.
Author: Wilferd Madelung
Introduction--Josef W. Meri Bibliography of the Works of Wilferd Madelung--Farhad Daftary Part I: The Transmission of Knowledge Universities: Past and Present--George Makdisi The ijaza from Abd Allah b. Iali al-Samahiji (d. 1135/1722) to Nabir al-Jarudi al-Qanifi (d. 1164/1750-51). A Source for the Twelver Shiite Scholarly Tradition of Ba'rayn--Sabine Schmidtke Between Qum and the West: The Occultation according to Early Islamic Sources--Andrew J. Newman Memory and Maps Emilie Savage-Smith Abu ayyan al-Taw idi: A Sunni Voice in the Shii Century--Wadad al-Qaai Part II: Memorializing, Remembering and Forgetting Bal'ami's Account of Early Islamic History--Elton J. Daniel Say It Again and Make Me Your Slave: Notes on al-Daylam's Seventh Sign of Man's Love of God--Joseph Norment Bell Lists, Memory and Enquiry: Ibn Qutayba and Muhammad ibn Habib--Julia Bray Wa'iz Kashfi's 'Garden of the Martyrs' and the Subtext to the Portrayal of the Iman Husain in the Shii Martyrdom Narrative of the Late Timurid Period Abbas Amanat Part III: Commemorating Rulers, Dynasties and Conquests The Legitimation of Power in Samanid and Buyid Iran--Luke Treadwell The Beginning of the Ismaili Dawa and the Establishment of the Fanimid Dynasty as Commemorated by al-Qaai al-Numan--Ismail K. Poonawala Religious Identity, Dissimulation and Collective Memory: The Ismaili Context--Farhad Daftary Purloined Symbols of the Past: The Theft of Souvenirs and Sacred Relics in the Rivalry Between the Abbasids and Fatimids--Paul E. Walker Conceptions of Authority and the Transition of Shiism from Sectarian to National Religion in Iran--Said Amir Arjomand Umara's Poetical View of Shawar and Iirgham, Shirkuh and Iala al-Din, as Viziers under Fanimid Guidance--Pieter Smoor.
This is a fascinatingly original perspective on a topic which will engage scholars of Islamic history and sociology, as well as cultural history and the history of ideas.
Author: Farhad Daftary
The relationship between the workings of memory and the formation of culture is intriguingly close in the world of medieval Islam. In this book, distinguished contributors explore broad-ranging themes relating to memory, memorisation, memorialising or commemorating in a variety of historical, legal, literary and architectural contexts. Abbas Amanat, Irene Bierman, Elton Daniel, George Makdisi, Andrew Newman, Roy Mottahedeh, Ismail K. Poonawala and Paul E. Walker examine lists and maps as memory aids, the transmission of knowledge and traditions from medieval to early-modern times, the application of medieval notions of law and statecraft and the commemoration of individuals, civilisations and dynasties in historical and literary works, on coinage and in monumental forms. This is a fascinatingly original perspective on a topic which will engage scholars of Islamic history and sociology, as well as cultural history and the history of ideas.
... Emilie SAVAGE - SMITH , Memory and maps , in : Culture and memory in medieval Islam . Essays in honour of Wilferd Madelung , hg . v . Farhad
DAFTARY und Josef MERI , London 2003 , S . 109 – 127 ; Tf . 1 - 4 , hier S . 112 -
113 und 120 ...
Author: Ingrid Baumgärtner
Publisher: De Gruyter Akademie Forschung
Angesichts aktueller Diskussionen über den Kulturraum Europa unternehmen es die Autoren des Bandes, die kartographisch-geographischen Grundlagen des Mittelalters zu erfassen und die kulturwissenschaftlich determinierten Funktionen des Kartierens am Beispiel Europa zu erläutern. Ziel ist es, kartographische Darstellungspraktiken in historiographische und literarische Wissens- und Überlieferungskontexte einzubinden und den Kontinent als historische Größe mit unterschiedlichen Deutungspotentialen zu begreifen. Aus dem Inhalt: Ingrid Baumgärtner: Europa in der Kartographie des Mittelalters. Repräsentationen - Grenzen - Paradigmen REPRÄSENTATIONEN Alfred Stückelberger: Das Europabild bei Ptolemaios Hartmut Kugler: Europa pars quarta. Der Teil und das Ganze im ,Liber Floridus' Patrick Gautier Dalché: Représentations géographiques de l ́Europe - septentrionale, centrale et orientale - au moyen âge Ingrid Baumgärtner: Graphische Gestalt und Signifikanz. Europa in den Weltkarten des Beatus von Liébana und des Ranulf Higden EUROPA UND DER ORIENT Paul D. A. Harvey: Europa und das Heilige Land Andreas Kaplony: Ist Europa eine Insel? Europa auf der rechteckigen Weltkarte des arabischen "Book of Curiosities" Anna-Dorothee von den Brincken: Europa um 1320 auf zwei Weltkarten süditalienischer Provenienz. Die Karte zur ,Chronologia magna' des Paulinus Minorita und die Douce-Karte GRENZZIEHUNGEN UND GRENZERFAHRUNGEN Evelyn Edson: Dacia ubi et Gothia. Die nordöstliche Grenze Europas in der mittelalterlichen Kartographie Patricia Licini: European and Ottoman Landmarks from a Portolan Chart at the Time of Enea Silvio Piccolomini Stefan Schröder: Grenzerfahrungen. Mittelalterliche Reisende an den Rändern Europas Margriet Hoogvliet: The Wonders of Europe. From the Middle Ages to the sixteenth Century PARADIGMEN Andrew Gow: Empirical Empire. Eurocentrism and Cosmopolitism in the "last" Mappamundi (Fra Mauro) Piero Falchetta: The Use of Portolan Charts in European Navigation during the Middle Ages Martina Stercken: Regionale Identität im spätmittelalterlichen Europa. Kartographien der Eidgenossenschaft
Daftary , Farhad and Josef W. Meri ( eds ) ( 2003 ) , Culture and Memory in Medieval Islam . Essays in Honour of Wilferd Madelung , London . Dietrich , A. (
1997 ) , ' Shibithth ' , Encyclopaedia of Islam , IX , pp . 431-2 . Dols , Michael W. ,
Author: Peter E. Pormann
Category: Islam and science
Presents a selection of articles that illustrate the intellectual curiosity and theoretical vigour with which Arabs and non-Arabs living in the medieval Muslim world pursued scientific endeavours. The focus is firmly on articles published during the last 20 years, during which the discipline has enjoyed a new bloom.
Poverty , cultural identity and the place of religion in public life in our time have
challenged old assumptions about what ... Universities : Past and Present ' , in
Farhad Daftary and Josef W. Meri , ed . , Culture and Memory in Medieval Islam .
Author: Amyn Sajoo
Publisher: I.B. Tauris
Category: Political Science
What exactly is the Qur'an? How does this extraordinary document -- literally "recitation" -- relate to the life and times of the Prophet Muhammad? And why did the religion of the Prophet, which came to be called "Islam" (or submission to God's will), at the center of which lies the Qur'an, give birth to a legacy so richly diverse in faith, law and civilization? This immaculately researched, but at the same time thoroughly accessible, book offers a journey into the full range of experience -- past and present, secular and sacred -- of the peoples and cultures that share in Islamic tradition. The volume examines a broad diversity of themes and topics. Poets, cities and the architecture of mosques are as much a part of its exploration as the role of science in belief, ways of reading scripture, the relationship of women to the faith and the emergence of a "digital community" of believers. In the aftermath of 9/11, the so-called "war on terror" and a new global geopolitics defined by reaction and response to the perils of fundamentalism and extremism, it is imperative to understand -- across all its frontiers -- what Islam is about and what Muslims believe. A Companion to the Muslim World comprises an attractive and coherent attempt by distinguished scholars to contibute towards that vital process of comprehension.
Lists articles, notes, and similar literature on medieval subjects in journals, Festschriften, conference proceedings, and collected essays. Covers all aspects of medieval studies within the date range of 450 to 1500 for the entire continent of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa for the period before the Muslim conquest and parts of those areas subsequently controlled by Christian powers.
Bibliogaphy of the Muslim Inscriptions of Bengal . ” Journal of the Asiatic Society
of Pakistan , vol . 2 , appendix . Dhaka . Daniel , E . L . 2003 . “ Bal ' amī ' s
Account of Early Islamic History . ” In Culture and Memory in Medieval Islam .
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Warfare in the Middle Ages Niall Christie, Maya Yazigi. Malik ibn ... Meri, Josef.
The Cult of Saints among Muslims and Jews in Medieval Syria. ... In Culture and Memory in Medieval Islam: Essays in Honour of Wliferd Madelung. Edited by F.
Author: Niall Christie
Publisher: History of Warfare (Brill)
This collection of articles offers new insights into warfare and its impact on medieval society, analyzing social and economic issues, military strategy, technology, medical developments, ideology and rhetoric, and addressing warfare in Europe, the Byzantine Empire and the Muslim world.
During the reign of the last Safavid Shahs , he was appointed Shaykh al - Islam of
Isfahan ( 1686 / 87 ) and thereby also assumed an unprecedented political
importance . Western ... The Role of Hadith as Cultural Memory in Shiite History .
The Islamic City continues to be the focus of a number of scholars in the West as
well as in the Middle East and North ... and built environment, the Jewish
quarter's urban layout attests to the cultural memory of Medieval Spain preserved
by the ...
Author: Stacy N. Beckwith
Category: Literary Criticism
First Published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Source of Power and Culture ; Papers from the Second International Sevgi Gönül
Byzantine Studies Symposium, Istanbul ... Smith , " Memory and Maps , ” in Culture and Memory in Medieval Islam : Essays in Honor of Wilfred Madelung ,
Author: Ayla Ödekan
Publisher: Ege Yayinlari
The proceedings of the Second International Sevgi Gonul Byzantine Studies Symposium held in Istanbul in June 2010 are published here under four headings: The first chapter includes seven papers on Byzantine palace architecture. Second chapter includes nine papers on the Byzantine court as the center of imperial power. Third chapter includes seven papers on the ceremonies held at the court and in the city. Last chapter on court culture and visual arts presents seven papers.
Genealogies of Religion : Discipline and Reasons of Power in Christianity and Islam . Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press , 1993 . - - - , Formations of the
Secular : Christianity , Islam , Modernity . Cultural Memory in the Present .
Mystics, Monarchs, and Messiahs: Cultural Landscapes of Early Modern Iran.
Cambridge ... “The Role of Hadith as Cultural Memory in Shiite History. ... Sacred
Space and Holy War: The Politics, Culture and History of Shi'ite Islam. London
Author: Josef Meri
Islamic civilization flourished in the Middle Ages across a vast geographical area that spans today's Middle and Near East. First published in 2006, Medieval Islamic Civilization examines the socio-cultural history of the regions where Islam took hold between the 7th and 16th centuries. This important two-volume work contains over 700 alphabetically arranged entries, contributed and signed by international scholars and experts in fields such as Arabic languages, Arabic literature, architecture, history of science, Islamic arts, Islamic studies, Middle Eastern studies, Near Eastern studies, politics, religion, Semitic studies, theology, and more. Entries also explore the importance of interfaith relations and the permeation of persons, ideas, and objects across geographical and intellectual boundaries between Europe and the Islamic world. This reference work provides an exhaustive and vivid portrait of Islamic civilization and brings together in one authoritative text all aspects of Islamic civilization during the Middle Ages. Accessible to scholars, students and non-specialists, this resource will be of great use in research and understanding of the roots of today's Islamic society as well as the rich and vivid culture of medieval Islamic civilization.
Author: National Endowment for the HumanitiesPublish On: 1995
... Regime : A Study of Medieval Islamic Philosophy Jodi L. Seng Charleroi , PA $
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Author: R. Stephen HumphreysPublish On: 2005-11-16
In this post-9/11 updated edition R. Stephen Humphreys presents a thoughtful analysis of Islam's place in today's Middle East and integrates the medieval and modern history of the region to show how the sacred and secular are tightly ...
Author: R. Stephen Humphreys
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Middle Easterners today struggle to find solutions to crises of economic stagnation, political gridlock, and cultural identity. In recent decades Islam has become central to this struggle, and almost every issue involves fierce, sometimes violent debates over the role of religion in public life. In this post-9/11 updated edition R. Stephen Humphreys presents a thoughtful analysis of Islam's place in today's Middle East and integrates the medieval and modern history of the region to show how the sacred and secular are tightly interwoven in its political and intellectual life.
By contrast, this book considers the role of material culture and highlights how objects such as coins, dress, monuments, paintings, and sculptures mediated diverse modes of encounter during a critical but neglected period in South Asian ...
Author: Finbarr Barry Flood
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Objects of Translation offers a nuanced approach to the entanglements of medieval elites in the regions that today comprise Afghanistan, Pakistan, and north India. The book--which ranges in time from the early eighth to the early thirteenth centuries--challenges existing narratives that cast the period as one of enduring hostility between monolithic "Hindu" and "Muslim" cultures. These narratives of conflict have generally depended upon premodern texts for their understanding of the past. By contrast, this book considers the role of material culture and highlights how objects such as coins, dress, monuments, paintings, and sculptures mediated diverse modes of encounter during a critical but neglected period in South Asian history. The book explores modes of circulation--among them looting, gifting, and trade--through which artisans and artifacts traveled, remapping cultural boundaries usually imagined as stable and static. It analyzes the relationship between mobility and practices of cultural translation, and the role of both in the emergence of complex transcultural identities. Among the subjects discussed are the rendering of Arabic sacred texts in Sanskrit on Indian coins, the adoption of Turko-Persian dress by Buddhist rulers, the work of Indian stone masons in Afghanistan, and the incorporation of carvings from Hindu and Jain temples in early Indian mosques. Objects of Translation draws upon contemporary theories of cosmopolitanism and globalization to argue for radically new approaches to the cultural geography of premodern South Asia and the Islamic world.
Law, Religious Culture, and the Remaking of Shi'i Lebanon, 1920-1947 Max
David Weiss ... lasting sense of grievance in the cultural memory of the Shiệa ,
scholars of classical and medieval Islam do not see the “ birth ” of “ The Shioa ”