Chicago Studies on the Middle East: Ismaili and Fatimid Studies in Honor of Paul E. Walker

Chicago Studies on the Middle East: Ismaili and Fatimid Studies in Honor of Paul E. WalkerContents

  • Hidden Imams and Mahdis in Ismaili History by Farhad Daftary
  • Kawn al-‘Alam: The cosmogony of the Isma’ili da’i Muhammad b. Ahmad al-Nasafi by Wilferd Madelung
  • Maqriziana XII. Evaluating the Sources for the Fatimid Period: Ibn al-Ma’mun al-Bata’ihi’s History and Its Use by al-Maqrizi (with a Critical Edition of His Résumé for the Years 501–515 A.H.) by Frédéric Bauden
  • Sources for al-Qadi al-Nu’man’s Works and Their Authenticity by Ismail K. Poonawala
  • Was Nasir-e Husraw a Great Poet and Only a Minor Philosopher? Some Critical Reflections on his Doctrine of the Soul by Daniel De Smet
  • A Shi’i-Mu’tazili Poem of al-Sahib b. ‘Abbad (d. 385/995) by Maurice A. Pomerantz
  • An Illustration of the Caliph al-Hakim together with his Astronomer/Astrologer Ibn Yunus by David A. King
  • The Almohads and the Fatimids by Maribel Fierro
  • Church Building, Repair, and Destruction in Fatimid Egypt by Marlis J. Saleh
  • Urban Violence at Baghdad in the Rivalry between the Abbasid and Fatimid Caliphates by Abbas Hamdani

via http://chicagostudiesonthemiddleeast.uchicago.edu.

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