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פרסומים לשנת תשע"ט Publications 2018–2019

המכון ללימודי אסיה ואפריקה Institute of Asian and African Studies

 

לימודי אסיה Asian Studies

 

פרופ' ניסים אוטמזגין Prof. Nissim Otmazgin

Otmazgin, Nissim and Lyan, Irina. “Fan Entrepreneurship: Fandom, Agency, and the Marketing of Hallyu in Israel,” Kritika Kultura, 2018, Issue 32, 288 – 307

 

Otmazgin, Nissim. "The Chrysanthemum and the Cool: Cultural Diplomacy and Soft Power in Japan's Foreign Policy," in The Handbook of Japanese Foreign Policy, New York: Routledge, 2018, pp. 55-70

 

Otmazgin, Nissim. "Four Dimensions of Regionalization: Japanese Popular Culture in East Asia," in Routledge Handbook of Cultural and Creative Industries in Asia, edited by Lim, Lorraine and Lee, Hye-Kyung, New York and London: Routledge, 2018, chapter 18.

 

פרופ' מיכל בירן Prof. Michal Biran

 

Biran, Michal. 2018. "Scholarship and Science under the Qara Khitai (1124-1218)." In D. O. Morgan and S. Edwards, eds. The Coming of the Mongols. London: Tauris, 58-72.

 

Biran, Michal.  2018. Mobility, Empire and Cross Cultural Contracts in Mongol Eurasia: Project Report, Medieval Worlds 8:135-154

https://doi.org/10.1553/medievalworlds_no8_2018s135

 

Biran, Michal, ed. 2019. Mobility, Transformation and Cultural Exchange in Mongol Eurasia. Special Issue of  Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient  62/2-3, 265pp.

https://brill.com/view/journals/jesh/62/2-3/jesh.62.issue-2-3.xml

 

Biran, Michal. 2019.  Cengiz Han, tr. Ahmet Fethi Yildirim. Istanbul: VakifBank Kultur yayinlari. 252pp. (A Turkish translation of my 2007's Chinngis Khan).

https://www.vbky.com.tr/kitap/michal-biran/tarih/cengiz-han-p978-605-7947-40-6

 

Biran, Michal.  2019. "Libraries, Books and Transmission of Knowledge in Ilkhanid Baghdad." Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient  62/2-3, 464-502.

https://brill.com/view/journals/jesh/62/2-3/article-p464_7.xml
https://doi.org/10.1163/15685209-12341485

 

Biran, Michal.  2019. "Introduction: Mobility, Transformation and Cultural Exchange in Mongol Eurasia." Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient  62/2-3, 257-268.

https://brill.com/view/journals/jesh/62/2-3/article-p257_1.xml

https://doi.org/10.1163/15685209-12341479

 

Biran, Michal. 2019. "The Mamluks and Mongol Central Asia: Political, Economic and Cultural Aspects," in Reuven Amitai and Stephan Connermann, eds. The Mamluks in Global History, 367-389. Bonn: Bonn University Press.

ד"ר אורנה נפתלי Dr. Orna Naftali

Naftali, Orna. 2019. "Rights of Children and Youth in China: Protection, Provision, and Participation". In Sarah Biddulph and Joshua Rosenzweig (eds.). Handbook on Human Rights in China. Pp. 273-99. Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing

 

 

פרופ' יורי פינס Prof. Yuri Pines

 “Irony, political philosophy, and historiography: Cai Ze’s anecdote in Zhanguo ce revisited.” Studia Orientalia Slovaca 17.2 (2018): 87-113.

 

“The Earliest ‘Great Wall’? Long Wall of Qi Revisited.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 138.4 (2018): 743-762.

 

Chen Minzhen and Yuri Pines, “Where is King Ping? The History and Historiography of the Zhou Dynasty’s Eastward Relocation.” Asia Major (Third Series) 31.1 (2018): 1-27.

 

“The Imperial Institution until the End of the Ming Dynasty.” In: The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Asian History, ed. David Ludden. New York: Oxford University Press. Article published August 2019.

http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780190277727.013.392.

 

“Armadilhas da Meritocracia: ‘Elevando O Digno’ No Pensamento Primitivo Chinês” (“Pitfalls of Meritocracy: ‘Elevating the Worthy’ in Early Chinese Thought,” translated by André Bueno. In: Diversos Orientes, eds. André Bueno,  Everton Crema, Dulceli Estacheski, and José Maria Neto, 125-137. União da Vitória/Rio de Janeiro: Edição Especial Sobre Ontens (Ebook), 2018.

 

“Political Thought.” In: Routledge Handbook of Early Chinese History. Ed. Paul R. Goldin, 286-305. London: Routledge, 2018.

 

ד"ר ג'ו יון רי Dr. Jooyeon Rhee

 

Jooyeon Rhee, The Novel in Transition: Gender and Literature in Early Colonial Korea, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, March, 2019.

 

Jooyeon Rhee and Hong Kal (eds.) “Social Changesand Visual Culture in Contemporary Korea.” Korean Studies, vol. 43 (April, 2019).

 

Jooyeon Rhee and Hijoo Son (eds.) “Diasporic Art and Korean Identity,” Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Reviews, no. 29 (December, 2018).

 

Jooyeon Rhee, “Beyond Victims and Heroes: The 5.18 Cinema Across Gender Boundary,” Korean Studies, volume 43 (2019): 68-95.

 

Jooyeon Rhee, “Gender Politics in Food Escape: Korean Masculinity in TV Cooking Shows in South Korea,” Journal of Popular Film and Television, 47:1 (2019): 56-64.

 

Jooyeon Rhee, “Introduction to a Special Issue Diasporic Art and Korean Identity,” Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review, 29 (Dec. 2018): 1-14.

 

פרופ' רונית ריצי' Prof. Ronit Ricci

 

Ricci, R. and Fealy, G. Contentious Belonging: The Place of Minorities in Indonesia (Singapore: ISEAS, 2019)

 

Ricci, R. and Greg Fealy. “Diversity and its Discontents: An Overview of Minority-Majority Relations in Indonesia.” Contentious Belonging: The Place of Minorities in    Indonesia, ed. Greg Fealy and Ronit Ricci (Singapore: ISEAS, 2019) 1-16                

 

Ricci, R. “Along the Frontiers of Religion, Language and War: Baba Ounus Saldin’s Syair Faid al-Abad.”The Routledge Companion to World Literature and World History,ed. May Hawas  (London: Routledge, 2018) 82-92.

 

Ricci, R. “Muslim and Javanese in the Diaspora: preliminary thoughts on Javanese religious life in colonial Ceylon.” Transformation of Religions as Reflected in Javanese Texts, ed. Yumi Sugahara and Willem van der Molen (Tokyo: Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2018) 160-179.

 

ד"ר אביתר שולמן Dr. Eviatar Shulman

Shulman, Eviatar, (2018). “Contemplating the Buddha in the Jātakas.” Religious of South Asia 21.1: 9-33.

https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/journals/ROSA/ROSA-view-abstract/?id=37510

 

Shulman, Eviatar (2019). “The Protective Buddha: on the Cosmological Logic of Paritta.” Numen 66: 207-242.

https://brill.com/view/journals/nu/66/2-3/article-p207_6.xml

 

Shulman, Eviatar, (2019). “Aśvaghoṣa’s Viśeaka: The Saundarananda and its Pāli ‘equivalents’.” Journal of Indian Philosophy 47.2: 235-256.

https://link.springer.com/journal/10781/47/2

 

 

פרופ' גדעון שלח-לביא Prof. Gideon Shelach-Lavi

Shelach-Lavi G., M. Teng, Y. Goldsmith, I. Wachtel, C.J. Stevens, O. Marder, X. Wan, X. Wu, D. Tu, R. Shavit, P. Polissar, H. Xu, D.Q. Fuller (2019) Sedentism and plant cultivation in northeast China emerged during affluent conditions. PLoS ONE. 14(7): e0218751.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0218751

 

Li Yali, G. Shelach-Lavi, R. Ellenblum, (2019).  Short-Term Climatic Catastrophes and the Collapse of the Liao Dynasty (907-1125) – The Textual Evidence. Journal of Interdisciplinary History 49 (4): 591-610.

 

Shelach-Lavi, G. Teng Mingyu, Goldsmith, Y., Su Junqiang, Marder O., Tu Dongdong and Shavit, R. (2019). 2015 Nian Liaoningsheng Fumengxian Jiajiagouxi yizhi shijue baogao (Report on the 2015 test excavations at the Jiajiagouxi site, Fumeng County, Liaoning Province; 2015年辽宁省阜蒙县贾家沟西遗址试掘报告). Bianjian kaogu yanjiu (边疆考古研究).

 

Teng Mingyu, Shelach-Lavi, G., Su Junqiang, Wachtel, I., Ovadia, A., Marder O., Tu Dongdong and Shavit, R. (2019). 2015 Nian Liaoningsheng Fumengxian Tachiyingzi yizhi shijue baogao (Report on the 2015 test excavations at the Tachiyingzi site, Fumeng County, Liaoning Province; 2015年辽宁省阜蒙县塔尺营子遗址试掘报告). Bianjian kaogu yanjiu (边疆考古研究).

 

Shelach-Lavi, G. (2019). Archaeology and politics in China: Historical paradigm and identity construction in museum exhibitions. China Information: 33 (1): 23-45.

 

Shelach-Lavi, G. (2019). "Memory, Amnesia and the Formation of Identity Symbols in China." In F. Allard, F. Sun Yan, and K. Linduff (eds.). Memory and Agency in Ancient China: Shaping the Life History of Objects. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. 28-49.

 

החוג ללימודי האסלאם ומזרח התיכון Islam and Middle Eastern Studies

 

פרופ' מיכל בירן Prof. Michal Biran

 

Biran, Michal. 2018. "Scholarship and Science under the Qara Khitai (1124-1218)." In D. O. Morgan and S. Edwards, eds. The Coming of the Mongols. London: Tauris, 58-72.

 

Biran, Michal.  2018. Mobility, Empire and Cross Cultural Contracts in Mongol Eurasia: Project Report, Medieval Worlds 8:135-154

https://doi.org/10.1553/medievalworlds_no8_2018s135

 

Biran, Michal, ed. 2019. Mobility, Transformation and Cultural Exchange in Mongol Eurasia. Special Issue of  Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient  62/2-3, 265pp.

https://brill.com/view/journals/jesh/62/2-3/jesh.62.issue-2-3.xml

 

Biran, Michal. 2019.  Cengiz Han, tr. Ahmet Fethi Yildirim. Istanbul: VakifBank Kultur yayinlari. 252pp. (A Turkish translation of my 2007's Chinngis Khan).

https://www.vbky.com.tr/kitap/michal-biran/tarih/cengiz-han-p978-605-7947-40-6

 

Biran, Michal.  2019. "Libraries, Books and Transmission of Knowledge in Ilkhanid Baghdad." Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient  62/2-3, 464-502.

https://brill.com/view/journals/jesh/62/2-3/article-p464_7.xml
https://doi.org/10.1163/15685209-12341485

 

Biran, Michal.  2019. "Introduction: Mobility, Transformation and Cultural Exchange in Mongol Eurasia." Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient  62/2-3, 257-268.

https://brill.com/view/journals/jesh/62/2-3/article-p257_1.xml

https://doi.org/10.1163/15685209-12341479

 

Biran, Michal. 2019. "The Mamluks and Mongol Central Asia: Political, Economic and Cultural Aspects," in Reuven Amitai and Stephan Connermann, eds. The Mamluks in Global History, 367-389. Bonn: Bonn University Press.

 

ד"ר סיון בלסלב Dr. Sivan Balslev

Balslev, Sivan. Iranian Masculinities: Gender and Sexuality in Late Qajar and Early Pahlavi Iran. Cambridge University Press, 2019.

 

פרופ' אייל ג'יניאו Prof. Eyal Ginio

 

Eyal Ginio, 'Introduction: the Significance of Salonica's Local Actors and Voices', Etudes Balkaniques LIV:3 (2018), 413-421 [Special issue; Guest Editor: Eyal Ginio].

 

Eyal Ginio, 'Introduction: 'between Local and external -- Searching for Salonica's Local Cultures', Journal of Levantine Studies 8:2 (2018), 5-14 [Special issue; Guest Editor: Eyal Ginio].

 

Eyal Ginio, 'Shaping the Constitutional Sultanate: The Reign of Mehmed Reşad (1909–18),Turkish Historical Review 20 (2019), 50-70.

 

ד"ר תאופיק דעאדלה Dr. Tawfiq Da’adli

דעאדלה, תאופיק, “ארכיאולוגיה קהילתית בעיר לוד,” המזרח החדש נו (2018). 189-194.

 

דעאדלה, תאופיק, “מפגש בין החיים למתים, בית הקברות ממילא על ציר עולי הרגל,” עת-מול 2019. 21-24.

 

Tawfiq Da’adli, Esoteric Images: Decoding the Late Herat School of Painting. Jerusalem Studies in Religion and Culture Series 25 (Leiden: Brill, 2019). 192 pages.

 

Tawfiq Da’adli and H. Barbe, "Excavations in the Suq al-Qattanin quarter, Jerusalem," in Hillel Giva (ed), Ancient Jerusalem revealed. 2019.

 

Tawfiq Da’adli, “Remains of Ottoman buildings in the city of al-Ludd,” Der Islam 96 (1): 158-189.

 

Tawfiq Da’adli , "The Palace of Sinnabra: The search for the Mosque of Mu'awiya," Bulletin of Max van Berchem Foundation, online.

https://maxvanberchem.org/fr/activites-scientifiques/projets/archeologie/8-francais/169-the-palace-of-innabra-the-search-for-the-mosque-of-mu-awiya

 

פרופ' מאיר חטינה Prof. Meir Hatina

מאיר חטינה ומוחמד אל-עטאונה (עורכים), מוסלמים במדינת היהודים: דת, פוליטיקה וחברה. תל אביב: הקיבוץ המאוחד, 2018.

 

מאיר חטינה, "כוח וגאולה: בין הערביות של סאמי שוכת לאסלאם של חסן אל-בנא", היסטוריה 42 (תשע"ט), עמ' 61-31.

 

Meir Hatina, "Power and Salvation: Between Sāmī Šawkat and Ḥasan al-Bannā," Die Welt des Islams 59 (2019), pp. 189-215.

 

Meir Hatina and Muhammad al-Atawneh, "The Study of Islam and Muslims in Israel," Israeli Studies 24/3 (Fall 2019), pp. 101-125.

 

Meir Hatina and Uri Kupferscmidt, "Religious Frames: Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood," Oxford Encyclopedia of Politics and Religion. Oxford University Press

doi:10.1093/acrefore/9780190228637.013.694

 

 

פרופ' אלי פודה Prof. Elie Podeh

אלי פודה, "ישראל והפלסטינים: הזדמנויות והחמצות לשלום מאז ראשית הסכסוך ועד הסכמי אוסלו", בתוך אפרים לביא, יעל רונן, הנרי פישמן (עורכים), 25 שנה לתהליך אוסלו: ציון דרך בניסיונות ליישוב הסכסוך הישראלי-פלסטיני (ת"א: כרמל, 2019), ע"מ 80-57.

 

Elie Podeh, “Saudi Arabia and Israel: From Secret to Public Engagement,” Middle East Journal, Vol. 72, No. 4 (Autumn 2018), pp. 563-586.

 

Elie Podeh and Samira Alayan (eds.), Multiple Alterities: Views of Others in Textbooks of the Middle East (London: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2018), 366 pages.

Samira Alayan and Elie Podeh, “Introduction: Views of Others in School Textbooks – A Theoretical Analysis,” in Elie Podeh and Samira Alayan (eds.), Multiple Alterities: Views of Others in Textbooks of the Middle East (London: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2018), pp. 1-18.

 

Elie Podeh, “A Distorted Other: Jews, Israel and the Arab-Israeli Conflict in Egyptian School Textbooks,” in Elie Podeh and Samira Alayan (eds.), Multiple Alterities: Views of Others in Textbooks of the Middle East (London: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2018), pp. 141-166.

 

ד"ר יוליה רבינוביץ Dr. Julia Rubanovich

Rubanovich, Julia. “The Alexander Romance.” In Romance and Reason: Islamic Transformations of the Classical Past. Ed. by R. Casagrande-Kim, S. Thrope, and R. Ukeles. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2018, pp. 26-47.

 

Rubanovich, Julia, and Miriam Goldstein, eds. Authorship in Mediaeval Arabic and Persian Literature. A special issue of the Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam 45 (2018). 380pp.

 

Rubanovich, Julia. “In Anticipation of Critique and Misappropriation: A look at safeguarding techniques in mediaeval Persian prose.” In Authorship in Mediaeval Arabic and Persian Literature. A special issue of the Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam 45 (2018). Ed. by J. Rubanovich and M. Goldstein, pp. 127-179.

 

Rubanovich, Julia, and Geoffrey Herman, eds. Irano-Judaica VII: Studies Relating to Jewish Contacts with Persian Culture throughout the Ages. Jerusalem: Ben-Zvi Institute, 2019. 700pp.

 

Rubanovich, Julia. “On Representations of Jews in Medieval Persian Epic Poetry.” In Irano-Judaica VII: Studies Relating to Jewish Contacts with Persian Culture throughout the Ages. Ed. by J. Rubanovich and G. Herman. Jerusalem: Ben-Zvi Institute, 2019, pp. 341-370.

 

Rubanovich, Julia. “The Medieval Persian Author on Guard: In defense of authorship.” In Studies in Honor of Shaul Shaked. Ed. by Y. Friedmann and E. Kohlberg. Jerusalem: The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, 2019, pp. 158-175.

 

Rubanovich, Julia. “Persian Narrative Poetry in the Eighth/Fourteenth to Early Ninth/Fifteenth Centuries and the Legacy of Ferdowsi’s Shāhnāmeh.” In The Idea of Iran. Vol. 8: Iran after the Mongols. Ed. by S. Babaie. London: I.B. Tauris, 2019, pp. 226-260.

 

פרופ' רון שחם Prof. Ron Shaham

Ron Shaham, Rethinking Islamic Legal Modernism: the Teaching of Yusuf al-Qaradawi (Leiden: Brill, 2018).

 

Ron Shaham, "Debates on the Diya (Blood Money): Contemporary Juristic Discourse and Women’s Rights," Hawwa, vol. 17 (2019). 1-30.

 

Ron Shaham, Modernizing Marriage: Family, Ideology, and Law in Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Egypt, by Kenneth M. Cuno (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2015), in: Journal of African History, vol. 60 (2019), 115-116 (Review article).  

 

 

ד"ר מיכאל שנקר Dr. Michael Shenkar

 

Michael Shenkar and Sharof Kurbanov, “A Unique Sogdian Bronze Pin and a Fragment of a Chinese “Zhenzifeishuang” 真子飞霜 Mirror from Sanjar-Shah (Tajikistan)”, Asian Archaeology 2 (Springer), 2018, pp. 33-42.

 

Michael Shenkar, “The Coronation of the Early Sasanians, Ctesiphon, and the ‘Great Diadem’ of Paikuli”, Journal of Persianate Studies 11.2 (Brill), 2018, pp. 113-139.

 

Michael Shenkar, “Shaul Shaked and the Study of Zoroastrianism”, in Friedmann, Y. and Kohlberg, E. (eds.), Studies in Honor of Professor Shaul Shaked, Jerusalem: Israel Academy of Sciences, 2019, pp. 9-15.

 

Michael Shenkar, “Religious Imagery and Image-Making in Pre-Islamic Iran and Central Asia”, in Gruber, Ch. (ed.), The Image Debate: Figural Representation in Islam and Across the World, London, 2019, pp. 124-161.

 

Michael Shenkar and Sharof Kurbanov, “Sanjar-Shah: A Sogdian Town in the Zeravshan Valley: Some Preliminary Results of the Recent Archaeological Investigations”, in Baumer, Ch. аnd Novak, M. (eds.), Urban Cultures of Central Asia from the Bronze Age to the Karakhanids, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2019, pp. 307-322.

 

פרופ' (אמ') יוחנן פרידמן Prof. (em.) Yohanan Friedmann

Yohanan Friedmann, “Dār al-islām and dār al-ḥarb in modern Muslim India.” In G. Lancioni and V. Calasso, eds., Dār al-islām/dār al-ḥarb: territories, people, identities. Leiden: Brill, 2017, pp. 341-380.

 

Yohanan Friedmann, “Muslim minorities - an introductory essay”. In Yohanan Friedmann, ed. Muslim minorities in modern times. Jerusalem: The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, 2019, pp. 9-37.

 

Yohanan Friedmann, “Quasi-rational and anti-rational elements in radical Muslim thought: the case of Abū al-Aʿlā Mawdūdī. In Y. Friedmann, Ch. Markschies and M. Bergermann, eds. Rationalization in religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam.  Berlin: De Gruyter 2019, pp. 289-300.

 

“Quasi-rational and anti-rational elements in radical Muslim thought: the case of Abū al-Aʿlā Mawdūdī. In Y. Friedmann, Ch. Markschies and M. Bergermann, eds. Rationalization in religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam.  Berlin: De Gruyter 2019, pp. 289-300.

 

“Quasi-rational and anti-rational elements in radical Muslim thought: the case of Abū al-Aʿlā Mawdūdī. In Y. Friedmann, Ch. Markschies and M. Bergermann, eds. Rationalization in religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam.  Berlin: De Gruyter 2019, pp. 289-300.

 

Yohanan Friedmann, ed., Muslim minorities in modern times. Jerusalem: The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities 2019.

 

החוג לשפה וספרות ערבית Arabic Language and Literature

ד"ר מרים גולדשטיין Dr. Miriam Goldstein

Authorship in Mediaeval Arabic and Persian Literatures, a special issue of Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam 45, eds. Miriam Goldstein and Julia Rubanovich (Jerusalem: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2019).

 

Miriam Goldstein, “Ibn Qutayba and the Rise of the Author in the Classical ‘Abbasid Period,” Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam 45 (2019): 37-71.

 

Miriam Goldstein, “A Polemical Tale and its Function in the Jewish Communities of the Mediterranean and the Near East: Toledot Yeshu in Judeo-Arabic,” Intellectual History of the Islamicate World 7 (2019): 192-227. 

 

ד"ר יוסף ויצטום Dr. Joseph Witztum

Witztum, Joseph. “Thrice upon a Time: Abraham’s Guests and the Study of Intra-Quranic Parallels”. In Holger Zellentin (ed.), The Quran’s Reformation of Judaism and Christianity: Return to the Origins. London: Routledge, 2019, pp. 277–302.

 

פרופ' (אמ') שרה סטרומזה Prof. (em.) Sarah Stroumsa

 

Sarah Stroumsa, “Single-Source Records in the Intercommunal Life of al-Andalus: The Cases of Ibn al-Naghrīla and the Codoban Martyrs,” Intellectual History of the Islamicate World 6 (2018): 217-241

https://www.academia.edu/37029124/Sarah_Stroumsa_Single-Source_Records_in_the_Intercommunal_Life_of_al-Andalus_The_Cases_of_Ibn_al-Naghr%C4%ABla_and_the_Codoban_Martyrs_Intellectual_History_of_the_Islamicate_World_6_2018_217-241

 

Sarah Stroumsa, “Comparison as Multifocal Approach: The Case of Arabic Philosophical Thought,” in Guy G. Stroumsa, ed., Comparative Studies in the Humanities (Jerusalem: The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, 2018), 133-152

https://www.academia.edu/37359476/Sarah_Stroumsa_Comparison_as_Multifocal_Approach_The_Case_of_Arabic_Philosophical_Thought_in_Guy_G._Stroumsa_ed._Comparative_Studies_in_the_Humanities_Jerusalem_The_Israel_Academy_of_Sciences_and_Humanities_2018_133-152

 

Sarah Stroumsa,《 回到首要意旨:迈蒙尼德的改革事业》(“To Recall the First Intention: Maimonides’ Reformist Enterprise”), trans. Dong Xiuyuan, 《犹太研究》(Jewish Studies), vol. 15, Jinan: Shandong University Press, 2018: 3-13

https://www.academia.edu/38554949/Sarah_Stroumsa_%E5%9B%9E%E5%88%B0%E9%A6%96%E8%A6%81%E6%84%8F%E6%97%A8_%E8%BF%88%E8%92%99%E5%B0%BC%E5%BE%B7%E7%9A%84%E6%94%B9%E9%9D%A9%E4%BA%8B%E4%B8%9A_To_Recall_the_First_Intention_Maimonides_Reformist_Enterprise_trans._Dong_Xiuyuan_%E7%8A%B9%E5%A4%AA%E7%A0%94%E7%A9%B6_Jewish_Studies_vol._15_Jinan_Shandong_University_Press_2018_3-13

 

Sarah Stroumsa, “Early Muslim and Jewish Kalām: The Enterprise of Reasoned Discourse,” in Christoph Markschies and Yohanan Friedmann, ed., Rationalisation of Religion: Judaism, Christianity and Islam (Jerusalem and Berlin: The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities and de Gruyter, 2019), 202-223

https://www.academia.edu/38554952/Sarah_Stroumsa_Early_Muslim_and_Jewish_Kal%C4%81m_The_Enterprise_of_Reasoned_Discourse_in_Christoph_Markschies_and_Yohanan_Friedmann_ed._Rationalisation_of_Religion_Judaism_Christianity_and_Islam_Jerusalem_and_Berlin_The_Israel_Academy_of_Sciences_and_Humanities_and_de_Gruyter_2019_202-223

 

 

פרופ' (אמ') יוחנן פרידמן Prof. (em.) Yohanan Friedmann

Yohanan Friedmann, “Dār al-islām and dār al-ḥarb in modern Muslim India.” In G. Lancioni and V. Calasso, eds., Dār al-islām/dār al-ḥarb: territories, people, identities. Leiden: Brill, 2017, pp. 341-380.

 

Yohanan Friedmann, “Muslim minorities - an introductory essay”. In Yohanan Friedmann, ed. Muslim minorities in modern times. Jerusalem: The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, 2019, pp. 9-37.

 

Yohanan Friedmann, “Quasi-rational and anti-rational elements in radical Muslim thought: the case of Abū al-Aʿlā Mawdūdī. In Y. Friedmann, Ch. Markschies and M. Bergermann, eds. Rationalization in religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam.  Berlin: De Gruyter 2019, pp. 289-300.

 

“Quasi-rational and anti-rational elements in radical Muslim thought: the case of Abū al-Aʿlā Mawdūdī. In Y. Friedmann, Ch. Markschies and M. Bergermann, eds. Rationalization in religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam.  Berlin: De Gruyter 2019, pp. 289-300.

 

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