Islam and Issues around Islam
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By Mansoor Moaddel
Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2005. pp. 10+448 with index. Soft Cover. Very Good.
By Greg Barton
Singapore: Singapore University Press, 2005. pp. 120. Soft Cover. Very Good.
Leiden: Grafaria, 2008. Single issue of the journal Itinerario, vol. 32, number 2, pp. 135. Contains the following feature articles: An interview with G. G. Brouwer by Carolien Stolte: "Transoceanic Trade: The Reconstruction of al-Mukha through VOC Records"' C.G. Brouwer: "Sotrehouse of Stimpulants: Opium n the Market of al-Mukha at the Turn of the Seventeenth Century. Statements by Dutch Eyewitnesses"; C. G. Brouwer, "A Hazerdous Item: The International Tobacco Trade of the Red Sea Port of al-Mukha. Reflected in Seventeenth Century Dutch Records"; Rafael Herzstein, "Saint-Joseph University of Beirut: An Enclave of the French-Speaking Communities in the Levant, 1875-1919"; Gregory A. Barton and Brett M. Bennett, "Environmental Conservation and Deforestation in British India, 1855-1947. A Reinterpretation"; Portia L. Reyes, "Eyes on a Prize: Colonial Fantasies, the German Self and Newspaper Accounts of the 1896 Philippine Revolution". Plus book reviews. Soft Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.
By Aisha Abdurrahman Bewley (transl.)
Granada: Madinah Press, 1997. pp. 465. From the back cover: This is the only complete translation of Al-Muwatta of Imam Malik ibn Anas, the great juristof Madina and founder of the Maliki School of Islamic Law. Considered by many to be, after the Qur'an, the most important book in Islam, Al-Muwatta is a complete record of legal and social parameters of the original Muslim community in Madina. ... It is both the first book of Islamic law and the first recorded collection of Hadith.. Soft Cover. Good/No Jacket.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2007. volume 112 number 5, December 2007. Contains the following feature articles: David Eltis, Philip Morgan and David Richardson, "Agency and Diaspora in Atlantic History: Reassessing the African Contribution to Rice Cultivation in the Americas"; Sanjay Subrahmanyam, "Holding the World in Balance: the Connected Histories of the Iberian Overseas Empires, 1500-1640"; Michelle Brattain, "Race, Racism and Antiracism: UNESCO and the Politics of Presenting Science to the Postwar Public"; Eliga H. Gould, "Entangled Atlantic Histories: A Response from the Anglo-American Periphery"; Jorge Canizares-Esguerra, "The Core and Peripheries of Our National Narratives: A Response from IH-35"; Philip Benedict, Nora Berend, Stephen Ellis, Jeffrey Kaplan, Ussama Makdisi and Jack Miles, "AHR Conversation: Religious Identities ande Violence Participants". Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket.
Washington DC: The American Historical Association, 2003. volume 108 number 4, October 2003. Contains the following feature articles: Nimrod Hurvitz: "From scholarly circles to mass movements: the formation of legal communities in Islamic societies"; Jonathan Dewald, "'A La Table de Magny": Nineteenth century french men of letters and the sources of modern historical thought"; Clifton Crais, "Chiefs and Bureaucrats in the making of Empire: A Drama from the Transkei, South Africa, October 1880." Jonathan Sheehan, "Enlightnement, Rleigion and the Enigma of Secularization: A Review Essay"; Dale K. van Kley, "Christianity as Casualty and Chrisalis of Modernity: the Prolbem of Dechristianization in the French Revolution." plus book reviews. Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket.
Washington DC: The American Historical Association, 2003. volume 108 number 3, June 2003. Contains the following feature articles: Camilla Townsend, "Burying the White Gods: New Perspectives on the Cnquest of Mexico"; Michael Broers, "The Myth and Reality of Italian Regionalism: A Historical Geography of Napoleonic Italy, 1801-1804"; Indira Falk Gesink, "Chaos on Earth: The Subjective Truths Versus Communal Unity in Islamic Law and the Rise of Militant Islam", Roy Rozenzweig, "Scarcity or Abundance? Preserving the Past in a Digital Era", Catherine J. Juklick, "DIsability History: Why We Need Another "Other". Plus book reviews. Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2007. volume 112 number 4, October 2007. Contains the following feature articles: Thomas Sizgorich, "Do Prophets Come with a Sword"? Conquest, Empire and Historical Narrative in the Early Islamic World"; Phil Withington, "Public Discourse, Corporate Citizenship and State Formation in Early Modern England"; Dylan C. Penningroth, "The Claims of Slaves and Ex-Slaves to Family and Property: A Transatlantic Comparison"; Robert M. Citino, "Military HIstories Old and New: A Reintroduction"; Susan Pedersen, "Back to the League of Nations".. Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket.
By Hendrik E. Niemeyer
Leiden: Grafaria, 2006. Single issue of the journal Itinerario, vol. 30, number 2, pp. 232. Contains the following feature articles: Bertrand van Ruymbeke, "Reguies or Emigres? Early modern French Migrations to British Norht America and the United States (c.1680-c.1820); L. H. Roper, "Charles I, Virginia and the Idea of Atlantic History"; Annabel Teh Gallop, "Malay Documents in the Melaka Records of the British Library"; Eric Wilson, "Erasing the COrporate Socereign Inter-Textuality and an Alternative Explanation for the Publication of Hugo Grotius Mare Liberum (1609); Singgih Tri Sulistiyono, "The Expulsion of KPM and its Impact on the Inter Island Shipping and Trade in Indonesia, 1957-1964", Andrew M. Schocket, "Freedom Given or Freedom Taken? Britain, The American Revolution, and the Black Loyalists"; Matthew Mason, The Barbary Pirates, Islamic Slavery and the West"; plus book reviews.. Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket.
By Arie Pieter Eduared Korver
Amsterdam: Historisch Seminarium van de Universiteit van Amsterdam, 1982. pp. 285. Doctoral thesis, University of Amsterdam. Pbk. Good/No Jacket.
By H.A.R. Gibb
New York: Oxford University Press, 1970. pp. 144 with index. second Edition, Reprint. Pbk. Good/No Jacket.
By Montgomery Watt
Madrid: Allianza Editorial, 1991. pp. 209. Slightly browning.. Paperback. Good/No Jacket.
La Collera Di Allah - Il Radicalismo Islamico Contemporaneo: Attivismo Politico Ed Elaborazione Teorica
By Patrizia Manduchi
Universita degli Studi Some slight age browning on cover. Paperback/ Cardboard. Very Good.
Documentos Arabicos para a Historia Portugueza Copiados dos Originales da Torre do Tombo com Permissao de S. Magestade, e Vertidos em Portugues por Ordem da Academia Real das Sciencias de Lisboa
By Joao de Sousa (transl.)
Lisbon: Alcala Editores, 2004. pp. 192. Fac-simile edition of the original of 1790. Contains a series of Arabic correspondance dating from the early years of Portuguese expansion in Arabic and Portuguese translation. The letters are chiefly from princes of the Indian subcontinent, Sumatra and the Malay Peninsula. Paperback/Cardboard. As New/As New.
By L. P. Harvey
Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1990. pp. 370 with index.. Paperback. Good/No Jacket.
By Richard Fletcher
Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1992. pp. 189 with index. Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket.