Articles by Dr. Shafique Virani – Professor of Islamic Studies

مع ترجمه و الفاظ معانى “تمهيد” in گنان شريف: مع ترجمه و الفاظ معانى, vol. 9, Zarina Kamaluddin and Kamaluddin Ali Muhammad, Karachi: Z.A. Printer, 2006, 8-17. Read the article. Visit the KamalZar website for similar publications.

Symphony of Gnosis “Symphony of Gnosis” in Reason and Inspiration in Islam: Theology, Philosophy and Mysticism in Muslim Thought, ed. Todd Lawson, London: I.B. Tauris, 2005: 503-521. Read the article.

Ahl al-Bayt “Ahl al-Bayt” in Encyclopedia of Religion, 2nd ed., Lindsay Jones (ed.), New York: Macmillan, 2005, vol. 1, 198-199. Read the article.

Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow “The Days of Creation in the Thought of Nasir Khusraw,” Nasir Khusraw: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, Sarfaroz Niyozov and Ramazon Nazariev (eds.), Khujand, Tajikistan: Noshir Publications, 2004, 74-83. Read the article.

Evidence of Continued Ismaili Activity at Alamut and in the South Caspian Region following the Mongol Conquests “The Eagle Returns: Evidence of Continued Ismaili Activity at Alamut and in the South Caspian Region following the Mongol Conquests,” Journal of the American Oriental Society 123:2 (April-June 2003): 81-100. Read the article.

The Hajj Terminal as a neo-Vernacular Response to Architecture's International Style“Teflon Tents in the Desert: The Hajj Terminal as a neo-Vernacular Response to Architecture’s International Style,” Jusur: The UCLA Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. 15 (1999): 1-13.

“God’s Throne: A Critical Evaluation of O’Shaughnessy,” abbreviated Dutch translation published as “Gods Troon” in Het Islamitisch-Christelijk Leerhuis, Summer 1993: 2-5.

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