شماره اول از جلد ۲۸ مجله مطالعات اسلامی منتشر شد.

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شماره اول از جلد 28 مجله مطالعات اسلامی منتشر شد.
Journal of Islamic Studies, Volume 28 Issue 1 January 2017

فهرست مندرجات:

مقالات:

•  Karen Taliaferro
Ibn Rushd and Natural Law: Mediating Human and Divine Law

• Nathan Hofer
Sufism in Fatimid Egypt and The Problem of Historiographical Inertia

• Sana Haroon
Contextualizing the Deobandi Approach to Congregation and Management of Mosques in Colonial North India

نقد کتاب:

• Stoyanka Kenderova
The Qurʾan and Normative Religious Pluralism: A Thematic Study of the QurʾanBy ARIFKEMIL ABDULLAH

• Amr Osman
Abrogation in the Qurʾan and Islamic Law: A Critical Study of the Concept of “Naskh” and its ImpactBy LOUAY FATOOHI

• Ahmed Al-Dawoody
Islam and Warfare: Context and Compatibility with International LawBy ONDERBAKIRCIOGLU

• Amidu Olalekan Sanni
Arabic Literature of Africa, Volume 5. The Writings of Mauritania and the Western Sahara, Parts 1 and 2Edited by CHARLES STEWART

• Taneli Kukkonen
Studies on Early Arabic PhilosophyBy PETER ADAMSON

• Anthony F. Shaker
Studies on Plotinus and al-KindīBy PETER ADAMSON

• Peter Jackson
The History of the Seljuq State. A Translation with Commentary of the Akhbār al-dawla al-saljūqiyyaBy CLIFFORD EDMUND BOSWORTH

• Elizabeth Urban
The Politics and Culture of an Umayyad Tribe: Conflict and Factionalism in the Early Islamic PeriodBy MOHAMMAD RIHAN

• Anne F. Broadbridge
Practising Diplomacy in the Mamluk Sultanate: Gifts and Material Culture in the Medieval Islamic WorldBy DORIS BEHRENS-ABOUSEIF

• Yossef Rapoport
The Muslims of Medieval ItalyBy ALEX METCALFE

• David Thomas
Islam and Christianity in Medieval AnatoliaEdited by A. C. S. PEACOCK, BRUNO DE NICOLAand SARA NUR YILDIZ

• Thomas Welsford
The Muslim Question and Russian Imperial GovernanceBy ELENA L. CAMPBELL

• Guy Burak
Translating the Qurʾan in an Age of Nationalism: Print Culture and Modern Islam in TurkeyBy M. BRETT WILSON

• John O. Voll
The Emergence of Modern Shiʿism: Islamic Reform in Iraq and IranBy ZACHERY M. HEERN

• Mary Hossain
Consorts of the Caliphs: Women and the Court of BaghdadBy IBN AL-SĀʿĪ, edited by SHAWKAT M. TOORAWA, translated by the Editors of the Library of Arabic Literature; introduced by JULIA BRAY, foreword by MARINA WARNER

• Ousman Kobo
Sufism, Mahdism and Nationalism. Limamou Laye and the Layennes of SenegalBy DOUGLAS H. THOMAS

• William G. Clarence-Smith
Slavery and Emancipation in Islamic East Africa: From Honor to RespectabilityBy ELISABETH MCMAHON

• Isaac Kfir
Boko Haram: Nigeria’s Islamist InsurgencyBy VIRGINIA COMOLLI

• Randy J. Sparks
Servants of Allah: African Muslims Enslaved in the AmericasBy SYLVIANE A. DIOUF

• Karen Leonard
Islam in AmericaBy JONATHAN CURIEL

• Will Caldwell
Old Islam in Detroit: Rediscovering the Muslim American PastBy SALLY HOWELL

• Ismail Cebeci
Risk Management for Islamic BanksBy RANIA ABDELFATTAH SALEM