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Praying Ants and Prostrating Beasts – By George Archer

Praying Ants and Prostrating Beasts – By George Archer

George Archer January 13, 2014 1

George Archer on Sarra Tlili’s Animals in the Qur’an The classical period of Islamic scholarship produced a . . .

Extra Islam salus est? – By Marco Demichelis

Extra Islam salus est? – By Marco Demichelis

Marco Demichelis December 23, 2013 0

Marco Demichelis on Mohammad Hassan Khalil’s Islam and the Fate of Others and Between Heaven and Hell . . .

How We Choose to Write History

How We Choose to Write History

David Nirenberg December 17, 2013 0

David Nirenberg responds to the Forum on Anti-Judaism We know that “books, too, have their . . .

Like a Jew: Anti-Judaism in Early Islam and Medieval Iberia

Like a Jew: Anti-Judaism in Early Islam and Medieval Iberia

Jonathan Decter December 11, 2013 0

Jonathan P. Decter on David Nirenberg’s Anti-Judaism: The Western Tradition Prior to Anti-Judaism: The Western Tradition, David . . .

The Activist of Andalusia: Ibn Hazm of Cordoba – By Paul L. Heck

The Activist of Andalusia: Ibn Hazm of Cordoba – By Paul L. Heck

Paul L. Heck October 21, 2013 0

Paul L. Heck on Ibn Hazm of Cordoba: The Life and Works of A Controversial . . .

How Sufism and Jewish Mysticism Influenced Medieval Castilian Christianity – By Barbara Mujica

How Sufism and Jewish Mysticism Influenced Medieval Castilian Christianity – By Barbara Mujica

Barbara Mujica September 25, 2013 0

Barbara Mujica on Cynthia Robinson’s Imagining the Passion in a Multiconfessional Castile An extraordinary sum of Passion-related . . .

To Whom is the Qur’an Addressed? – By Whitney S. Bodman

To Whom is the Qur’an Addressed? – By Whitney S. Bodman

Whitney S. Bodman August 15, 2013 1

Whitney S. Bodman responds to Rachel Friedman I appreciate the effort involved in Rachel Friedman’s . . .

Can a Reader use Western Literary Theory to Approach the Qur’an?

Can a Reader use Western Literary Theory to Approach the Qur’an?

Rachel Friedman June 25, 2013 0

Rachel Friedman on Whitney Bodman’s The Poetics of Iblis Since the time of its appearance . . .