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Work Memory, hope, and systems of repair in Islam

Muhammad Suheyl Umar

in Memory and hope : Forgiveness, healing, and interfaith relations / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 107-133

Call number   9-881-88

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Work Memory as benevolence: toward a Sikh ethics of liberation

Rahuldeep Gill

in Memory and hope : Forgiveness, healing, and interfaith relations / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 89-105

Call number   9-881-88

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Work "Hope is greater than memory" (āśa vai smarād bhūyasī) Chandogya Upanishad 7.14.2 : insights from the Hindu tradition

Anantanand Rambachan

in Memory and hope : Forgiveness, healing, and interfaith relations / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 71-88

Call number   9-881-88

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Work Memory and hope in Christianity

Flora A. Keshgegian

in Memory and hope : Forgiveness, healing, and interfaith relations / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 49-69

Call number   9-881-88

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Work The malleability of collective memory in Jewish tradition

Meir Sendor

in Memory and hope : Forgiveness, healing, and interfaith relations / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 29-47

Call number   9-881-88

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Work Memory and hope: overview of papers and project synthesis

Alon Goshen-Gottstein

in Memory and hope : Forgiveness, healing, and interfaith relations / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 1-28

Call number   9-881-88

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Work Friendship across religions: an interreligious manifesto

Alon Goshen-Gottstein

in Friendship across religions : Theological perspectives on interreligious friendship / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 167-172

Call number   9-881-89

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Work Friendship across traditions: Buddhist perspectives

Maria Reis Habito with Ruben L. F. Habito

in Friendship across religions : Theological perspectives on interreligious friendship / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 145-165

Call number   9-881-89

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Work Sikh perspective on friendship: inside view

Balwant Singh Dhillon

in Friendship across religions : Theological perspectives on interreligious friendship / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 135-144

Call number   9-881-89

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Work Interreligious friendship: insights from the Sikh tradition

Eleanor Nesbitt

in Friendship across religions : Theological perspectives on interreligious friendship / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 117-133

Call number   9-881-89

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Work الإنباء العميم ببناء البيت الحرام الفخيم : يوميات بناء الكعبة بعد فاجعة سقوط معظم جدارها سنة 1039 هـ

تأليف العلامة محمد بن علي بن علان البكري الصديقي الشافعي المكي (980-1057 هـ), دراسة وتحقيق أبي هاشم إبراهيم بن منصور الهاشمي الأمير

in العلامة ابن علان المكي (980-1057 هـ) : حياته وآثاره وجهوده في خدمة البلد الحرام / تأليف أبي هاشم إبراهيم بن منصور الهاشمي الأمير ; [ويليه] الإنباء العميم ببناء البيت الحرام الفخيم : يوميات بناء الكعبة بعد فاجعة سقوط معظم جدارها سنة 1039 هـ / دراسة وتحقيق أبي هاشم إبراهيم بن منصور الهاشمي الأمير

Pages 213-316

Call number   9-860/A-143

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Work "Love speaking to love": friendship across religious traditions

Anantanand Rambachan

in Friendship across religions : Theological perspectives on interreligious friendship / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 97-115

Call number   9-881-89

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Work Toward a Muslim theology of interreligious friendship

Timothy J. Gianotti

in Friendship across religions : Theological perspectives on interreligious friendship / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 77-95

Call number   9-881-89

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Work The sacramentality of interreligious friendship

Johann M. Vento

in Friendship across religions : Theological perspectives on interreligious friendship / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 69-75

Call number   9-881-89

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Work A Christian perspective on interreligious friendship

Miroslav Volf and Ryan McAnnally-Linz

in Friendship across religions : Theological perspectives on interreligious friendship / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 45-67

Call number   9-881-89

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Work Very two as very one: a response to understanding Jewish friendship

Meir Sendor

in Friendship across religions : Theological perspectives on interreligious friendship / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 37-44

Call number   9-881-89

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Work Understanding Jewish friendship, extending friendship beyond Judaism

Alon Goshen-Gottstein

in Friendship across religions : Theological perspectives on interreligious friendship / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 1-35

Call number   9-881-89

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Work Comparative perspectives, collective tasks

Alon Goshen-Gottstein

in The Religious Other : Hostility, hospitality, and the hope of human flourishing / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 151-162

Call number   9-881-87

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Work Buddhism: views on overcoming obstacles to universal friendship : Pali Theravada and Mahayana perspectives

Richard P. Hayes and Dharma Master Hsin Tao

in The Religious Other : Hostility, hospitality, and the hope of human flourishing / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 123-150

Call number   9-881-87

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Work Hinduism: unity, diversity and the Other : Advaita and Madhva Vedanta perspectives

Ashok Vohra and Deepak Sarma

in The Religious Other : Hostility, hospitality, and the hope of human flourishing / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 99-122

Call number   9-881-87

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Work Islam: epistemological crisis, theological hostility, and the problem of difference

Vincent J. Cornell

in The Religious Other : Hostility, hospitality, and the hope of human flourishing / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 69-97

Call number   9-881-87

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Work Making room for the other: hostility and hospitality from a Christian perspective

Stephen W. Sykes

in The Religious Other : Hostility, hospitality, and the hope of human flourishing / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 53-68

Call number   9-881-87

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Work Judaism: the battle for survival, the struggle for compassion

Alon Goshen-Gottstein

in The Religious Other : Hostility, hospitality, and the hope of human flourishing / Edited by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Pages 21-52

Call number   9-881-87

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Work [المجمهرة]

خداش بن زهير

in Le cédrat, la jument et la goule : Trois poèmes préislamiques de ʿAlqama b. ʿAbada, Khidâsh b. Zuhayr et Taʾabbata Sharran / traduits de l'arabe, présentés et annotés par Pierre Larcher

Pages 52-57

Call number   9-503/2-127

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Work [ديوان]

تأبط شرا

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Work [ديوان]

علقمة بن عبدة

in Le cédrat, la jument et la goule : Trois poèmes préislamiques de ʿAlqama b. ʿAbada, Khidâsh b. Zuhayr et Taʾabbata Sharran / traduits de l'arabe, présentés et annotés par Pierre Larcher

Pages 24-33

Call number   9-503/2-127

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Work The manuscript collections in Daghestan

Amri Shikhsaidov

in Written culture in Daghestan / edited by Moshe Gammer

Pages 201-226

Call number   9-41-147

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Work Ignatii Krachkovskii and "Caucasological Arabistics"

Rukiya Sharafutdinova

in Written culture in Daghestan / edited by Moshe Gammer

Pages 185-200

Call number   9-41-147

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Work The Arabic lithographic books in Daghestan

Milena Osmanova

in Written culture in Daghestan / edited by Moshe Gammer

Pages 175-182

Call number   9-41-147

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Work Jaridat Daghistan as a record of the written culture of Daghestan

Amir Navruzov

in Written culture in Daghestan / edited by Moshe Gammer

Pages 151-174

Call number   9-41-147

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Work Hasan al-Aqdari's book collection: a thematic survey

Natalia Tahirova

in Written culture in Daghestan / edited by Moshe Gammer

Pages 137-149

Call number   9-41-147

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Work Inscriptions on manuscript margins

Patimat Ibrahimova

in Written culture in Daghestan / edited by Moshe Gammer

Pages 129-136

Call number   9-41-147

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Work Manuscripts by ʿAbd al-Rahman Jami in Daghestan

Jamila Alieva

in Written culture in Daghestan / edited by Moshe Gammer

Pages 123-128

Call number   9-41-147

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Work Six unpublished works in the Archi, Arabic and Avar languages

Mahomedkhan Mahomedkhanov

in Written culture in Daghestan / edited by Moshe Gammer

Pages 81-120

Call number   9-41-147

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Work Studying the literary culture in the languages of the peoples of Daghestan : problems and perspectives

Jamalutdin Malamahomedov

in Written culture in Daghestan / edited by Moshe Gammer

Pages 75-80

Call number   9-41-147

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Work The genesis of Arabic script for Daghestani languages

Amirkhan Isaev

in Written culture in Daghestan / edited by Moshe Gammer

Pages 69-74

Call number   9-41-147

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Work Epigraphic sources on the Jews of the Eastern Caucasus

Gennadi Sosunov

in Written culture in Daghestan / edited by Moshe Gammer

Pages 55-66

Call number   9-41-147

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Work On the history of writing in Caucasian Albania

Murtazali S. Gadjiev

in Written culture in Daghestan / edited by Moshe Gammer

Pages 41-54

Call number   9-41-147

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Work Why Daghestan is good to think : Moshe Gammer, Daghestan, and global Islamic history

Rebecca Gould

in Written culture in Daghestan / edited by Moshe Gammer

Pages 17-38

Call number   9-41-147

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Work العلل التي تدخل على المقامات وتخفى على المريدين

محمد التستري

in شرح منازل السائرين إلى الله تعالى / المتن لشيخ الإسلام العارف بالله تعالى أبي محمد عبد الله الأنصاري الهروي ; والشرح للعارف بالله تعالى الشيخ محمد التستري ; ومعه العلل التي تدخل على المقامات وتخفى على المريدين للمؤلف ; حققه الشيخ الدكتور عاصم إبراهيم الكيالي

Pages 316-330

Call number   9-751/9-82

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Work شرح قولهم "واحد لا من قلة"

للعلامة الأمير

in شرح العلامة الشيخ الأمير محمد بن محمد بن أحمد بن عبد القادر السنباوي المتوفي سنة 1232 هـ على النظم المسمى "شرح كفاية المريد وغنية الطالب للتوحيد" : وهو نظم الشيخ علي بن العربي السقاط (ت 1183 هـ) للعقيدة السنوسية الصغرى : يليه شرح أبيات السجاعي في المنافاة : يليه شرح قولهم "واحد لا من قلة" للعلامة الأمير / تحقيق د. محمد عبد القادر نصار

Pages 215-218

Call number   9-735/5-66

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Work شرح أبيات السجاعي في المنافاة

للعلامة الأمير

in شرح العلامة الشيخ الأمير محمد بن محمد بن أحمد بن عبد القادر السنباوي المتوفي سنة 1232 هـ على النظم المسمى "شرح كفاية المريد وغنية الطالب للتوحيد" : وهو نظم الشيخ علي بن العربي السقاط (ت 1183 هـ) للعقيدة السنوسية الصغرى : يليه شرح أبيات السجاعي في المنافاة : يليه شرح قولهم "واحد لا من قلة" للعلامة الأمير / تحقيق د. محمد عبد القادر نصار

Pages 193-211

Call number   9-735/5-66

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Work The life and hard times of Solomon Negri : an Arabic teacher in early modern Europe

John-Paul A. Ghobrial

in The teaching and learning of arabic in early modern Europe / edited by Jan Loop, Alastair Hamilton, Charles Burnett

Pages [310]-331

Call number   9-171-63

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Work Learning Oriental languages in the Ottoman empire : Johannes Heyman (1667-1737) between Izmir and Damascus

Maurits H. van den Boogert

in The teaching and learning of arabic in early modern Europe / edited by Jan Loop, Alastair Hamilton, Charles Burnett

Pages [294]-309

Call number   9-171-63

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Work Learning Arabic in the overseas factories: the case of the English

Simon Mills

in The teaching and learning of arabic in early modern Europe / edited by Jan Loop, Alastair Hamilton, Charles Burnett

Pages [272]-293

Call number   9-171-63

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Work Learning to write, read and speak Arabic outside of early modern universities

Sonja Brentjes

in The teaching and learning of arabic in early modern Europe / edited by Jan Loop, Alastair Hamilton, Charles Burnett

Pages [252]-271

Call number   9-171-63

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Work Arabic poetry as teaching material in early modern grammars and textbooks

Jan Loop

in The teaching and learning of arabic in early modern Europe / edited by Jan Loop, Alastair Hamilton, Charles Burnett

Pages [230]-251

Call number   9-171-63

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Work The Qurʾan as chrestomathy in early modern Europe

Alastair Hamilton

in The teaching and learning of arabic in early modern Europe / edited by Jan Loop, Alastair Hamilton, Charles Burnett

Pages [213]-229

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Work Teaching and learning Arabic in early modern Rome: shaping a missionary language

Aurélien Girard

in The teaching and learning of arabic in early modern Europe / edited by Jan Loop, Alastair Hamilton, Charles Burnett

Pages [189]-212

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Work The teaching and learning of Arabic in Salamanca in the early modern period

Nuria Martínez de Castilla Muñoz

in The teaching and learning of arabic in early modern Europe / edited by Jan Loop, Alastair Hamilton, Charles Burnett

Pages [163]-188

Call number   9-171-63

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Work Sacred history, sacred languages: the question of Arabic in early modern Spain

Mercedes García-Arenal and Fernando Rodríguez Mediano

in The teaching and learning of arabic in early modern Europe / edited by Jan Loop, Alastair Hamilton, Charles Burnett

Pages [133]-162

Call number   9-171-63

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Work علاج النفس

لمنشئه المرحوم السيد محمد بك المويلحي

in محمد إبراهيم المويلحي. المؤلفات الكاملة / حررها وقدمها روجر آلن

Volume 2, pages 7-117

Call number   9-534/1-107 (1-2) 2

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Work Arabia in the light of the midnight sun : Arabic studies in Sweden between Gustaf Peringer Lillieblad and Jonas Hallenberg

Bernd Roling

in The teaching and learning of arabic in early modern Europe / edited by Jan Loop, Alastair Hamilton, Charles Burnett

Pages [93]-132

Call number   9-171-63

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Work Johann Zechendorff (1580-1662) and Arabic studies at Zwickau's Latin School

Asaph Ben-Tov

in The teaching and learning of arabic in early modern Europe / edited by Jan Loop, Alastair Hamilton, Charles Burnett

Pages [57]-92

Call number   9-171-63

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Work Learning Arabic in early modern Europe

Mordechai Feingold

in The teaching and learning of arabic in early modern Europe / edited by Jan Loop, Alastair Hamilton, Charles Burnett

Pages [32]-56

Call number   9-171-63

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Work Arabic studies in the Netherlands and the prerequisite of social impact: a survey

Arnoud Vrolijk

in The teaching and learning of arabic in early modern Europe / edited by Jan Loop, Alastair Hamilton, Charles Burnett

Pages [13]-32

Call number   9-171-63

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Work حديث عيسى بن هشام أو فترة من الزمن

لمنشئه محمد المويلحي

in محمد إبراهيم المويلحي. المؤلفات الكاملة / حررها وقدمها روجر آلن

Volume 1, pages 121-458

Call number   9-534/1-107 (1-2) 1

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Work Ghazels par Mohammed Hafiz : Traductions du persan

par J.-B et A. L. M. Nicolas

in Roubaïates par Omar Khayyam, Ghazels par Mohammed Hafiz : Traductions du persan / par J.-B et A. L. M. Nicolas

Call number   9-518-297

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Work Roubaïates par Omar Khayyam : Traductions du persan

par J.-B et A. L. M. Nicolas

in Roubaïates par Omar Khayyam, Ghazels par Mohammed Hafiz : Traductions du persan / par J.-B et A. L. M. Nicolas

Call number   9-518-297

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Work "Serving from Afar": Jalāl al-Dīn al-Rūmī (d. 672/1273) on the Adab of interpreting the Qurʾan

Steffen Stelzer

in The Qur'an and Adab : The Shaping of Literary Traditions in Classical Islam / Edited by Nuha Alshaar

Pages 545-563

Call number   9-314-284

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Work Ibn ʿArabī (d. 637/1240) and the Qurʾan: a series of poems

Denis McAuley

in The Qur'an and Adab : The Shaping of Literary Traditions in Classical Islam / Edited by Nuha Alshaar

Pages 495-544

Call number   9-314-284

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Work Sufi negotiation of the Qurʾanic text and its prophetic stories in the literature of Abū Saʿīd al-Kharrāz (d. 286/899)

Nada Saab

in The Qur'an and Adab : The Shaping of Literary Traditions in Classical Islam / Edited by Nuha Alshaar

Pages 475-493

Call number   9-314-284

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Work Solomon's ring in the Arabic literary imaginary

Wen-Chin Ouyang

in The Qur'an and Adab : The Shaping of Literary Traditions in Classical Islam / Edited by Nuha Alshaar

Pages 433-471

Call number   9-314-284

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Work Wisdom and justice: the reception of the Qurʾan in some Arabic and Persian mirrors for princes

Louise Marlow

in The Qur'an and Adab : The Shaping of Literary Traditions in Classical Islam / Edited by Nuha Alshaar

Pages 401-432

Call number   9-314-284

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Work The Qurʾan in literary anthologies : a case study of al-ʿIqd al-Farīd by Ibn ʿAbd Rabbih al-Andalusī (d. 328/940)

Nuha Alshaar

in The Qur'an and Adab : The Shaping of Literary Traditions in Classical Islam / Edited by Nuha Alshaar

Pages 381-400

Call number   9-314-284

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Work Translation of Shahrastānī's Kitāb al-Milal wan-Niḥal : Part II, Book III, Section B

in Shahrastānī on the Indian religions / Bruce B. Lawrence, Duke University ; Preface by Franz Rosenthal, Yale University

Pages 38-62

Call number   9-240-67

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Work The "discovery of writing" in the Qurʾan : tracing a cultural shift in Arab late Antiquity

Angelika Neuwirth

in The Qur'an and Adab : The Shaping of Literary Traditions in Classical Islam / Edited by Nuha Alshaar

Pages 61-92

Call number   9-314-284

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Work The impact of the Qur'ān on the epistolography of ‛Abd al-Ḥamīd b. Yaḥyā al-Kātib (d. 132/750)

Wadād al-Qāḍī

in The Qur'an and Adab : The Shaping of Literary Traditions in Classical Islam / Edited by Nuha Alshaar

Pages 341-379

Call number   9-314-284

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Work Qurʾan citation in early Arabic oration (khuṭba): mnemonic, liturgical and testimonial functions

Tahera Qutbuddin

in The Qur'an and Adab : The Shaping of Literary Traditions in Classical Islam / Edited by Nuha Alshaar

Pages 315-340

Call number   9-314-284

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Work The Qurʾan and the aesthetics of Adab : Ḥikāyat Abī'l-Qāsim al-Baghdādī by Abū'l-Muṭahhar al-Azdī (fl. fifth / eleventh century)

Sarah R. bin Tyeer

in The Qur'an and Adab : The Shaping of Literary Traditions in Classical Islam / Edited by Nuha Alshaar

Pages 273-312

Call number   9-314-284

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Work Rhythmical anxiety: notes on Abū'l-ʿAlāʾ al-Maʿarrī's (d. 449/1058) al-Fuṣūl wa'l-Ghāyāt and its reception

Devin Stewart

in The Qur'an and Adab : The Shaping of Literary Traditions in Classical Islam / Edited by Nuha Alshaar

Pages 239-272

Call number   9-314-284

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Work The place of the Qurʾan in "The Sermons and exhortations" of Abū ʿUbayd (d. 224/838)

Andrew Rippin

in The Qur'an and Adab : The Shaping of Literary Traditions in Classical Islam / Edited by Nuha Alshaar

Pages 219-237

Call number   9-314-284

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Work "I see a distant fire": al-Thaʿālibī's (d. 429/1030) Kitāb al-Iqtibās min al-Qurʾān al-karīm

Bilal Orfali and Maurice Pomerantz

in The Qur'an and Adab : The Shaping of Literary Traditions in Classical Islam / Edited by Nuha Alshaar

Pages 191-215

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Work The Qurʾan in Kitāb al-Badīʿ by Ibn al-Muʿtazz (d. 296/908)

Geert Jan van Gelder

in The Qur'an and Adab : The Shaping of Literary Traditions in Classical Islam / Edited by Nuha Alshaar

Pages 173-189

Call number   9-314-284

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Work Abbasid poets and the Qurʾan

Beatrice Gruendler

in The Qur'an and Adab : The Shaping of Literary Traditions in Classical Islam / Edited by Nuha Alshaar

Pages 137-169

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Work The Qurʾan and the character of pre-Islamic poetry : the Dāliyya of al-Aswad b. Yaʿfur al-Nahshalī (d. c. 600 CE)

Ghassan el Masri

in The Qur'an and Adab : The Shaping of Literary Traditions in Classical Islam / Edited by Nuha Alshaar

Pages 93-135

Call number   9-314-284

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Work The relation of Adab to the Qurʾan: conceptual and historical framework

Nuha Alshaar

in The Qur'an and Adab : The Shaping of Literary Traditions in Classical Islam / Edited by Nuha Alshaar

Pages 1-58

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Work The taming of the haptic space, from Málaga to Valencia to Florence

Laura U. Marks

in Gazing otherwise: modalities of seeing in and beyond the lands of Islam / Guest editors Olga Bush and Avinoam Shalem ; Sponsored by The Aga Khan Program for Islamic architecture at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Pages [253]-278

Call number   41-826 (32 (2015))

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Work Glancing blows, crossing boundaries : from local to global in the company of Afghan women

Holly Edwards

in Gazing otherwise: modalities of seeing in and beyond the lands of Islam / Guest editors Olga Bush and Avinoam Shalem ; Sponsored by The Aga Khan Program for Islamic architecture at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Pages [233]-251

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Work Arabesques, unicorns, and invisible masters : the art historian's gaze as symptomatic action ?

Eva-Maria Troelenberg

in Gazing otherwise: modalities of seeing in and beyond the lands of Islam / Guest editors Olga Bush and Avinoam Shalem ; Sponsored by The Aga Khan Program for Islamic architecture at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Pages [213]-232

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Work Experientia and auctoritas : ʿAbd al-Latif al-Baghdadiʾs Kitāb al-ifāda wa'l-iʿtibār and the birth of the critical gaze

Avinoam Shalem

in Gazing otherwise: modalities of seeing in and beyond the lands of Islam / Guest editors Olga Bush and Avinoam Shalem ; Sponsored by The Aga Khan Program for Islamic architecture at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Pages [197]-212

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Work A restricted gaze: the ornament of the main caliphal palace of Samarra

Matthew D. Saba

in Gazing otherwise: modalities of seeing in and beyond the lands of Islam / Guest editors Olga Bush and Avinoam Shalem ; Sponsored by The Aga Khan Program for Islamic architecture at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Pages [155]-195

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Work The gaze in the album of Ahmed I

Emine Fetvaci

in Gazing otherwise: modalities of seeing in and beyond the lands of Islam / Guest editors Olga Bush and Avinoam Shalem ; Sponsored by The Aga Khan Program for Islamic architecture at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Pages [135]-154

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Work Entangled gazes: the polysemy of the new Great Mosque of Granada

Olga Bush

in Gazing otherwise: modalities of seeing in and beyond the lands of Islam / Guest editors Olga Bush and Avinoam Shalem ; Sponsored by The Aga Khan Program for Islamic architecture at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Pages [97]-133

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Work The eye of reflection: al-Nabulusi's spatial interpretation of Ibn ʿArabi's tomb

Samer Akkach

in Gazing otherwise: modalities of seeing in and beyond the lands of Islam / Guest editors Olga Bush and Avinoam Shalem ; Sponsored by The Aga Khan Program for Islamic architecture at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Pages [79]-95

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Work Visible and invisible bodies: the architectural patronage of Shajar al-Durr

D. Fairchild Ruggles

in Gazing otherwise: modalities of seeing in and beyond the lands of Islam / Guest editors Olga Bush and Avinoam Shalem ; Sponsored by The Aga Khan Program for Islamic architecture at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Pages [63]-78

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Work The scrutinizing gaze in the aesthetics of Islamic visual cultures: sight, insight, and desire

Gülru Necipoğlu

in Gazing otherwise: modalities of seeing in and beyond the lands of Islam / Guest editors Olga Bush and Avinoam Shalem ; Sponsored by The Aga Khan Program for Islamic architecture at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Pages [23]-61

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Work Prosopopeia: performing the reciprocal gaze

Olga Bush

in Gazing otherwise: modalities of seeing in and beyond the lands of Islam / Guest editors Olga Bush and Avinoam Shalem ; Sponsored by The Aga Khan Program for Islamic architecture at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Pages [13]-19

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Work Amazement: the suspended moment of the gaze

Avinoam Shalem

in Gazing otherwise: modalities of seeing in and beyond the lands of Islam / Guest editors Olga Bush and Avinoam Shalem ; Sponsored by The Aga Khan Program for Islamic architecture at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Pages [3]-12

Call number   41-826 (32 (2015))

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Work Hakky-Bey and his journal Le Miroir de l'art musulman, or, Mirʾāt-i ṣanāyiʿ-i islāmiye (1898)

Deniz Türker

in Muqarnas : An annual on Islamic art and architecture : [then] An annual on the visual cultures of the Islamic world / Edited by Olog Grabar, [then] Gülru Necipoğlu

Volume 31 (2014), pages [277]-306

Call number   41-826 31 (2014)

91

Work Lusterware made in the Abbadid Taifa of Seville (eleventh century) and its early production in the Mediterranean region

Carmen Barceló and Anja Heidenreich

in Muqarnas : An annual on Islamic art and architecture : [then] An annual on the visual cultures of the Islamic world / Edited by Olog Grabar, [then] Gülru Necipoğlu

Volume 31 (2014), pages [245]-276

Call number   41-826 31 (2014)

92

Work From Mecca to Mashhad : the narrative of an illustrated Shiʿi pilgrimage scroll from the Qajar period

Ulrich Marzolph

in Muqarnas : An annual on Islamic art and architecture : [then] An annual on the visual cultures of the Islamic world / Edited by Olog Grabar, [then] Gülru Necipoğlu

Volume 31 (2014), pages [207]-242

Call number   41-826 31 (2014)

93

Work A savage magnificence : Ottomanizing fashion and the politics of display in early modern East-Central Europe

Adam Jasienski

in Muqarnas : An annual on Islamic art and architecture : [then] An annual on the visual cultures of the Islamic world / Edited by Olog Grabar, [then] Gülru Necipoğlu

Volume 31 (2014), pages [173]-205

Call number   41-826 31 (2014)

94

Work A material culture: Ottoman velvets and their owners, 1600-1750

Amanda Phillips

in Muqarnas : An annual on Islamic art and architecture : [then] An annual on the visual cultures of the Islamic world / Edited by Olog Grabar, [then] Gülru Necipoğlu

Volume 31 (2014), pages [151]-172

Call number   41-826 31 (2014)

95

Work Emperors of Ṣūrat and Maʿnī: Jahangir and Shah Jahan as temporal and spiritual rulers

Heike Franke

in Muqarnas : An annual on Islamic art and architecture : [then] An annual on the visual cultures of the Islamic world / Edited by Olog Grabar, [then] Gülru Necipoğlu

Volume 31 (2014), pages [123]-149

Call number   41-826 31 (2014)

96

Work Bāgh-i Samanzār-i nūshāb: tracing a landscape, based on the British Library's Masnavī of Humāy u Humāyūn

Hamidreza Jayhani

in Muqarnas : An annual on Islamic art and architecture : [then] An annual on the visual cultures of the Islamic world / Edited by Olog Grabar, [then] Gülru Necipoğlu

Volume 31 (2014), pages [100]-121

Call number   41-826 31 (2014)

97

Work The complex of Elvan Çelebi: problems in fourteenth-century architecture

Benjamin Anderson

in Muqarnas : An annual on Islamic art and architecture : [then] An annual on the visual cultures of the Islamic world / Edited by Olog Grabar, [then] Gülru Necipoğlu

Volume 31 (2014), pages [73]-97

Call number   41-826 31 (2014)

98

Work The large audience: life-sized stucco figures of royal princes from the Seljuq period

Stefan Heidemann, Jean-François de Lapérouse, and Vicki Parry

in Muqarnas : An annual on Islamic art and architecture : [then] An annual on the visual cultures of the Islamic world / Edited by Olog Grabar, [then] Gülru Necipoğlu

Volume 31 (2014), pages [35]-71

Call number   41-826 31 (2014)

99

Work The reuse of classical antiquity in the palace of Madinat al-Zahraʾ and its role in the construction of caliphal legitimacy

Susana Calvo Capilla

in Muqarnas : An annual on Islamic art and architecture : [then] An annual on the visual cultures of the Islamic world / Edited by Olog Grabar, [then] Gülru Necipoğlu

Volume 31 (2014), pages [1]-33

Call number   41-826 31 (2014)

100

Work So despicable a vessel : representations of Tamerlane in printed books of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries

Marcus Milwright

in Muqarnas : An annual on Islamic art and architecture : [then] An annual on the visual cultures of the Islamic world / Edited by Olog Grabar, [then] Gülru Necipoğlu

Volume 23 (2006), pages [317]-344

Call number   41-826 23 (2006)

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