Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Authors A-Z

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Mona Abaza, Cairo: Personal Reflections on Enduring Daily Life . 16/9c (2016): 234-252. [pdf]

Ahmed Sokarno Abdel-Hafez, The Development of Future Markers in Arabic and the Nile Nubian Languages. 6/3 (2005-6): 64-79. [pdf]

Myriam Achour-Kallel, “La Rolls et la Volkswagen”: Écrire en tunisien sur Facebook en 2016. 16/9d (2016): 253-272. [pdf]

Ahmad Atif Ahmad, Al-Ghazâli's Contribution to the Sunnî Juristic Discourses on Apostasy. 7/3 (2007): 50-73. [pdf]

Joseph Alagha, Wilâyat al-Faqîh and Hizbullah's Relations with Iran. 10/2 (2010): 24-44. [pdf]

Zaid Alamiri and Peter Mickan, What Makes the Qurʾānic Narratives Cohesive? Systemic Functional Linguistics-Based Analysis of Reference Role: Some Reflections.16/8 (2016): 199-219. [pdf

Samer Mahdy Ali, Singing Samarra (861-956). Poetry and the Burgeoning of Historiography upon the Murder of al-Mutawakkil. 6/1 (2005-6): 1-23. [pdf]

Muhammad al-Sharkawi → "Sharkawi"

Silje S. Alvestad, Evaluative Language in Academic Discourse: Euphemisms vs. Dysphemisms in Andrews’ and Kalpaklı’s The Age of Beloveds (2005) as a case in point. 14/7 (2014): 155-177. [pdf]

Ahmad Nazir Atassi, The transmission of Ibn Sa'd's biographical dictionary Kitab al-Tabaqat al-kabir. 12/3 (2012): 56-80. [pdf]

Waed Athamneh and Caroleen Marji Sayej, Engaging the Authoritarian State: Voices of Protest in Syria. 13/9 (2013): 169-90. [pdf]

Dana Awad, The Evolution of Arabic Writing Due to European Influence: The Case of Punctuation. 15/6 (2015): 117-136. [pdf]

Hani El-Ayyan → "Elayyan"

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Ramzi Baalbaki, Ilhâq as a Morphological Tool in Arabic Grammar. 4/1 (2001-2): 1-26. [pdf]

Monica Balda-Tillier, La prose amoureuse arabo-islamique médiévale, de l'isnâd traditionnel aux sources livresques. 12/6 (2012): 186-214. [pdf]

Zev bar-Lev, Arabic Key Consonants. 6/2 (2005-6): 24-63. [pdf]

Hassan Bashir, Iran and Political Modernisation in the Nineteenth Century: Parliamentarianism, Constitutionalism and Feminism in the Newspaper S?r-I Isrâfîl. 5/5 (2003-4): 127-47. [pdf]

Reem Bassiouney, Redefining identity through code choice in al-Hubb fi 'l-Manfa by Bahâ' Tâhir, 10/5 (2010): 101-118. [pdf]'

Tamima Bayhom-Daou, The Second-Century Shî'ite ghulât: Were they Really Gnostic? 5/2 (2003-4): 13-61. [pdf]

Mustafa BinMayaba, From Expulsion to Readmission: Ibn Abī Ḥafṣa’s Rhetorical Technique at the ʿAbbāsid Court. 15/5 (2015): 93-116. [pdf]

Gert Borg, Die marthiya des A'shâ Bahila auf seinen Halbbruder al-Muntasir. Eine thematische Untersuchung. 11/2 (2011): 36-61. [pdf]

Gert Borg, Poetry as a Source for the History of Early Islam: The case of (al-)ʿAbbās b. Mirdās. 15/7 (2015): 137-163. [pdf]

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Sandra S. Campbell, Famous Last Words: The Maqâtil of the Zubayrids in Medieval Islamic Histories. 13/4 (2013): 58-75. [pdf]

Giovanni Canova, Libri e artigiani del libro: le raccomandazioni dei giuristi musulmani. 12/9 (2012): 235-63. [pdf]

Michael G. Carter: A Bibliography. 8/2 (2008): 1-10. [pdf]

Elena Chiti, “A Dark Comedy”: Perceptions of the Egyptian Present Between Reality and Fiction. 16/9e (2016): 273-289. [pdf]

Agostino Cilardo, (articolo recensione) Musulmani in Italia: la condizione giuridica della communità islamiche, a cura di Silvio Ferrari. 3/6 (2000): 114-26. [pdf]

Agostino Cilardo, Some Peculiarities of the Law of Inheritance: the Formation of Imâmî and Ismâ'îlî Law. 3/7 (2000): 127-37. [pdf]

William M. Cotter, One Piece of the Puzzle: Notes on the Historic Interdental Fricatives /θ, ð, ðˁ/ in the Arabic Dialect of Gaza City. 16/5 (2016): 149-162. [pdf]

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Carlo De Angelo, Le problematiche socio-giuridiche connesse all'immigrazione islamica in Europa con particolare riguardo alla situazione italiana. 4/2 (2001-2): 27-48. [pdf]

Yehudit Dror, Die Wortstellung des Subjekts "Gott" im Koran pdf. 14/4 (2014): 63-86. [pdf]

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Lutz Edzard, Sîbawayhi's Observations on Assimilatory Processes and Re-Syllabification in the Light of Optimality Theory. 3/3 (2000): 48-65. [pdf]

Lutz Edzard, Principles Behind the Eighth Revised Edition of Rudolf-Ernst Brünnow's and August Fischer's Arabische Chrestomathie aus Prosaschriftstellern: A Tribute to the Scholarly Methods of Michael G. Carter. 8/6 (2008): 71-83. [pdf]

Hani Elayyan, Three Arabic Novels of Expatriation in the Arabian Gulf Region: Ibrāhīm Naṣrallāh’s Prairies of Fever, Ibrāhīm ʿAbdalmagīd’s The Other Place, and Saʿūd al-Sanʿūsī’s Bamboo Stalk. 16/2 (2016): 85-98. [pdf]

Geula Elimelekh, Rebellion in a World of Totalitarianism: Sharīf Ḥatātah’s Novel The Eye with an Iron Lid. 15/9 (2015): 179-197. [pdf]

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Vera von Falkenhausen, Nadia Jamil and Jeremy Johns, The Twelfth-century documents of St. George’s of Tròccoli (Sicily). 16/1 (2016): 1-84. [pdf]

Samira Farwaneh, Towards a Typology of Arabic Dialects: the Role of Final Consonantality. 9/4 (2009): 82-109. [pdf]

Rachel Anne Friedman, Significant Intersections between Legal and Rhetorical Theories: Lessons from an Interdisciplinary Reading of al-Bāqillānī’s Theory of Language. 16/3 (2016): 99-123. [pdf]

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Noah Gardiner, Forbidden knowledge? Notes on the production, transmission, and reception of the major works of Ahmad al-Buni. 12/4 (2012): 81-143. [pdf]

Antonella Ghersetti, "Like the Wick of the Lamp, Like the Silkworm They Are". Stupid Schoolteachers in Classical Arabic Literary Sources. 10/4 (2010): 75-100. [pdf]

Antonella Ghersetti, Editor's introduction: The Book in Fact and Fiction in Pre-Modern Arabic Literature. 12/1 (2012): 1-15. [pdf]

Dorit Gottesfeld, "Mirrors of Alienation": West Bank Palestinian Women's Literature after Oslo. 13/2 (2013): 22-40. [pdf]

Heinz Grotzfeld, The Age of the Galland Manuscript of the Nights: Numismatic Evidence for Dating a Manuscript. 1/2 (1996-7): 50-64. [pdf]

Mariem Guellouz, The Construction of “Tunisianity” Through Sociolinguistic Practices: From the Tunisian Independence to 2016. 16/9f (2016): 290-298. [pdf]

Adrian Gully, The Discourse of Arabic Advertising: Preliminary Investigations. 1/1 (1996-7): 1-49. [pdf]

Stephan Guth, Individuality Lost, Fun Gained: Some Recurrent Motifs in Late Twentieth-Century Arabic and Turkish Novels. 7/2 (2007): 25-49. [pdf]

Stephan Guth, Introduction: Living 2016 and the In 2016 Project. 16/9b (2016): 224-233. [pdf]

Stephan Guth, Twenty-Three Recent Arabic Films: Impressions From Two Film Festivals (Oslo and Tübingen, 2016). 16/9g (2016): 299-326. [pdf]

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Farid Hafez, Der Gottesstaat des Esad Bey: Eine Muhammad-Biographie aus der Sicht eines jüdischen Konvertiten zum Islam unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Dimension des Politischen. 13/1 (2013): 1-21. [pdf]

Ajhar A. Hakim, The Forgotten Rational Thinking in the Ḥanbalite Thought, With Special Reference to Ibn Taymiyya. 14/7 (2014): 137-154. [pdf]

Jaakko Hämeen-Anttila, Ibn Shuhayd and his Risâlat al-tawâbi' wa'l-zawâbi'. 1/3 (1996-7): 65-80. [pdf]

Bruno Herin, Do Jordanians really speak like Palestinians? 13/6 (2013): 99-114. [pdf]

Konrad Hirschler, The 'Pharaoh' Andecdote in Pre-Modern Arabic Historiography. 10/3 (2010): 45-74. [pdf]

Konrad Hirschler, "Catching the eel": documentary evidence for concepts of the Arabic book in the Middle Period. 12/8 (2012): 224-34. [pdf]

Albrecht Hofheinz, #Sisi_vs_Youth, or: Who Has a Voice in Egypt?. 16/9h (2016): 327-348. [pdf]

John Hunwick, "I Wish to Be Seen in Our Land Called Âfrikâ": Umar b. Sayyid's Appeal to Be Released from Slavery. 5/3 (2003-4): 62-77. [pdf]

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Richard Jacquemond, Satiric Literature and Other “Popular” Literary Genres in Egypt Today. 16/9i (2016): 349-367. [pdf]

Nadia Jamil, Vera von Falkenhausen, and Jeremy Johns, The Twelfth-century documents of St. George’s of Tròccoli (Sicily). 16/1 (2016): 1-84. [pdf]

Jeremy Johns, Vera von Falkenhausen, and Nadia Jamil, The Twelfth-century documents of St. George’s of Tròccoli (Sicily). 16/1 (2016): 1-84. [pdf]

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Almog Kasher, The Term al-fi'l al-muta'addî bi-Harf jarr (lit. "the verb which 'passes over' through a preposition") in Medieval Arabic Grammatical Tradition. 13/7 (2013): 115-45. [pdf]

Philip F. Kennedy, Reason and Revelation or a Philosopher's Squib (The Sixth Maqâma of Ibn Nâqiyâ). 3/5 (2000): 84-113. [pdf]

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Ismail Lala, An Analysis of Muḥammad ibn ʿAlī al-Tahānawī’s Approach in Kashshāf iṣṭilāḥāt al-funūn – The entry of huwiyya . 17/2 (2017): 14-34. [pdf]

Pierre Larcher, Liwāṭ « agir comme le peuple de Loth… » : Formation et interprétation lexicales en arabe classique. 14/10 (2014): 213-27. [pdf]

Oddbjørn Leirvik, Conscience in Arabic and the Semantic History of damîr. 9/2 (2009):18-36. [pdf]

Brynjar Lia, Autobiography or Fiction? Ḥasan al-Bannā’s Memoirs Revisited. 15/10 (2015): 199-226. [pdf]

Ronald A. Lukens-Bull, Teaching Morality: Javanese Islamic Education in a Globalizing Era. 3/2 (2000): 26-47. [pdf]

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Juan A. Macias Amoretti, Islam and Democracy in Contemporary Moroccan Thought: The Political Readings of 'Abd al-Salâm Yâsîn and Muhammad ?bid al-Jabrî. 9/5 (2009): 110-125. [pdf]

Ze'ev Maghen, They Shall Not Draw Nigh'. The Access of Unbelievers to Sacred Space in Islamic and Jewish Law. 7/5 (2007): 103-31. [pdf]

Alexander Magidow, Competing Pressures in Diglossia: Avoiding Colloquial Elements in Writing Modern Standard Arabic. 13/8 (2013): 146-68. [pdf]

Abdessatar Mahfoudhi, The Place of the Etymon and the Phonetic Matrix in the Arabic Mental Lexicon. 7/4 (2007): 74-102. [pdf]

Leif Ole Manger, Religion, Identities and Politics: Defining Muslim Discourses in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan. 4/5 (2001-2): 132-52. [pdf]

Waed Athamneh and Caroleen Marji Sayej, Engaging the Authoritarian State: Voices of Protest in Syria. 13/9 (2013): 169-90. [pdf]

Andrew Marsham, Public Execution in the Umayyad Period: Early Islamic Punitive Practice and its Late Antique Context. 11/4 (2011): 101-136. [pdf]

Peter Marteinson, La Disjonction de la voix narrative et la manipulation de la vraisemblance dans Le Rocher De Tanios d'Amin Maalouf. 6/4 (2005-6): 80-94. [pdf]

Daniele Mascitelli, Some Verses by Ḥassān b. Ṯābit al-Anṣārī not Included in His Dīwān. 17/4 (2017): 53-63) [pdf]

Kasper Mathiesen, Anglo-American 'Traditional Islam' and Its Discourse of Orthodoxy. 13/10 (2013): 191-219. [pdf]

Haggai Mazuz, Post-Biblical Jewish Sources in al-Maqrīzī’s Historiography—Whence His Knowledge? 17/1 (2017): 1-13. [pdf]

Gunvor Mejdell, What is happening to Lughatunâ l-Gamîla? Recent Media Representations and Social Practice in Egypt. 8/9 (2008): 108-24. [pdf]

Zaid Alamiri and Peter Mickan, What Makes the Qurʾānic Narratives Cohesive? Systemic Functional Linguistics-Based Analysis of Reference Role: Some Reflections.16/8 (2016): 199-219. [pdf

James E. Montgomery, Ibn Fadlân and the Rûsiyya. 3/1 (2000): 1-25. [pdf]

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Salah Natij, La conception ǧāḥiẓienne de l’adab d’après son épître Ṣināʿāt al-quwwād. 16/6 (2016): 163-179. [pdf

Fallou Ngom, Ajami Scripts in the Senegalese Speech Community. 10/1 (2010): 1-24. [pdf]

Lorenz Matthias Nigst, Highway Luzûmiyyât Revisited: Some Thoughts About Abû 'l-cAlâ' al-Macarrî, the Freethinker. 13/3 (2013): 41-57. [pdf]

Sara Nimis, Sainthood and the Law: The Influence of Mysticism in Eighteenth Century Pedagogy of the fuqahāʾ. 14/9 (2014): 179-211. [pdf]


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Simon O'Meara, A Legal Aesthetic of Medieval and Pre-Modern Arab-Muslim Architectural Space. 9/1 (2009): 1-17. [pdf]

Letizia Osti, Notes on a private library in fourth/tenth-century Baghdad. 12/7 (2012): 215-23. [pdf]

Felicitas Opwis, The Role of the Biographer in Constructing Identity and School: al-'Abbadi and his Kitâb Tabaqât al-fuqahâ' al-shâfi'iyya. 11/1 (2011): 1-35. [pdf]

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Samuela Pagani, Il libro come maestro: sufismo e storia della lettura nel medioevo islamico. 12/5 (2012): 144-85. [pdf]

Delphine Pagès-El Karoui, Deciphering the Binary Code “Egyptian vs. Foreigner” in Egyptian Cinema. 16/9j (2016): 368-384. [pdf]

Heikki Palva, Sedentary and Bedouin Dialects in Contact: Remark on Karaki and Salti (Jordan). 8/5 (2008): 53-70. [pdf]

Abdulrazzak Patel, Nahda Epistolography: al-Shartûnî's al-Shibâb and the Western Art of Letter-Writing. 9 (2009): 37-81. [pdf]

Pavel Pavlovitch, Qad kunna lâ na'budu 'llâha wa-lâ na'rifuhu. On the Problem of the Pre-Islamic Lord of the Ka'ba. 2/3 (1998-9): 49-74. [pdf] [Comments]

Pavel Pavlovitch, The 'Ubada b. al-Samit Tradition: at the Crossroads of Methodology. 11/5 (2011): 137-235. [pdf]

Teresa Pepe, When Writers Activate Readers: How the autofictional blog transforms Arabic literature. 15/4 (2015): 73-91. [pdf]

Maria Persson, The Role of the b-prefix in Gulf Arabic Dialects as a Marker of Future, Intent and/or Irrealis. 8/4 (2008): 26-52. [pdf]

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Bayan Rayhanova, Mythological and Folkloric Motifs in Syrian Prose: the Short Stories of Zakariyyâ Tâmir. 5/1 (2003-4): 1-12. [pdf]

Anne Sofie Roald, From Theocracy to Democracy? Towards Secularisation and Individualisation in the Policy of the Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan. 8/7 (2008): 84-107. [pdf]

Tetz Rooke, In the Presence of Absence: Mahmoud Darwish's Testament. 8/3 (2008): 11-25. [pdf]

Celia E. Rothenberg, A Review of the Anthropological Literature on the Palestinian ham?la and the Status of Women. 2/2 (1998-9): 24-48. [pdf]

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Liana Saif, The Universe and the Womb: Generation, Conception, and the Stars in Islamic Medieval Astrological and Medical Texts. 16/7 (2016):181-198. [pdf]

Arin Salamah-Qudsi, Heart's Life With God: al-Ma'rifa bi-llâh (Knowledge of God) in al-Qushayrî's al-Risâla al-Qushayriyya. 13/5 (2013): 76-98. [pdf]

Manuel Sartori, Sawfa lā/lan yafʿal- et lā/lan sawfa yafʿal- : Étude de cas sur corpus pour une grammaire didactique et renouvelée de l’arabe moderne. 15/1 (2015): 1-17. [pdf]

Waed Athamneh and Caroleen Marji Sayej, Engaging the Authoritarian State: Voices of Protest in Syria. 13/9 (2013): 169-90. [pdf]

Petra G. Schmidl, Two Early Arabic Sources on the Magnetic Compass. 1/4 (1996-7): 81-132. [pdf]

Arno Schmitt, Liwât im fiqh: Männliche Homosexualität? 4/3 (2001-2): 49-110. [pdf]

Seyed Hossein Serajzadeh, Islam and Crime: the Moral Community of Muslims. 4/4 (2001-2): 111-31. [pdf]

Muhammad al-Sharkawi, Urbanization and the Development of Gender in the Arabic Dialects. 14/5 (2014): 87-120. [pdf]

Muhammad al-Sharkawi, Towards Understanding the Status of the Dual in Pre-Islamic Arabic. 15/3 (2015): 59-72. [pdf]

Jocelyn Sharlet, Tokens of Resentment: Medieval Arabic Narratives about Gift Exchange and Social Conflict. 11/3 (2011): 62-100. [pdf]

Ariel Moriah Sheetrit, Geography of Identity: pdfʿAbd al-Raḥmān Munīf's Sīrat madīna – ʿAmmān fī 'l-arbaʿīnāt14/2 (2014): 27-45. [pdf]

Erica Sapper Simpson, Islam in Uzbekistan: Why Freedom of Religion is Fundamental to Peace and Stability in the Region. 2/5 (1998-9): 110-50. [pdf]

Ivan V. Sivkov, The Concept of Ministry in the Arabic Political Tradition: Its origin, development, and linguistic reflection. 15/11 (2015): 227-244. [pdf]

Reuven Snir, Modern Arabic Literature and Islamist Discourse: 'Do Not Be Coolness, Do Not Flutter Safely'. 5/4 (2003-4): 79-123. [pdf]

Zoltan Szombathy, Freedom of Expression and Censorship in Medieval Arabic Literature. 7/1 (2007): 1-24. [pdf]

Christian Szyska, Desire and Denial: Sacred and Profane Spaces in Abd al-Hamîd Jawdat al-Sahhâr's In the Caravan of Time. 2/4 (1998-9): 79-109. [pdf]

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Ibrahim Taha, Openness and Closedness: Four Categories of Closurization in Modern Arabic Fiction. 2/1 (1998-9): 1-23. [pdf]

Ibrahim Taha, The Power of the Title: Why Have You Left The Horse Alone? by Mahmûd Darwîsh. 3/4 (2000): 66-83. [pdf]

William Costel Tamplin, Who Was ‛Umar ibn Sayyid? A Critical Reevaluation of the Translations and Interpretations of the Life. 16/4 (2016): 123-147. [pdf]

Charlene Tan, Educative Tradition and Islamic Schools in Indonesia. 14/3 (2014): 47-62. [pdf]

Fayssal Tayalati, Du verbe au nom et du nom au verbe : Syntaxe et sémantique des maṣdars en arabe standard. 15/2 (2015): 19-57. [pdf]

Olatunbosun Ishaq Tijani, Contemporary Emirati Literature: Its Historical Development and Forms. 14/6 (2014): 121-136. [pdf]

Ludmila Torlakova, The Notion Weapon in Arabic Idioms. 8/9 (2008): 125-41. [pdf]

Ludmila Torlakova, The Notion Weapon in Arabic Idioms. Characterization of Persons and Objects. 10/6 (2010): 119-45. [pdf]

Ludmila Torlakova, Metaphors of the Arab Spring. Figurative Construals of the Uprisings and Revolutions. 14/1 (2014): 1-25. [pdf]

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Vera von Falkenhausen: →Falkenhausen, Vera von. 


Peter Webb, "Foreign books" in Arabic literature: discourses on books, knowledge and ethnicity in the writings of al-Jâhiz. 12/2 (2012): 16-55. [pdf]

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Patrizia Zanelli, Subversive Writing: Mona Prince’s ‘Laughing Revolution’ from pre- to post-2011 Egypt. 17/3 (2017): 35-52. [pdf]

Ragnhild J. Zorgati, Impressions from Tunisia, Spring 2016. 16/9k (2016): 385-388. [pdf]

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Publisert 29. jan. 2013 15:58 - Sist endret 15. nov. 2017 17:00