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Mizan Series 4

Deconstructing Islamic Studies

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$29.95 • £23.95 • €27.00

ISBN 9780674244689

Publication Date: 07/14/2020


376 pages

6 x 9 inches

Ilex Foundation > Mizan Series


Related Subjects

  • List of Contributors
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • Qurʾān
    • The Qurʾān and Its Legal Environment [David S. Powers]
  • Ḥadīth
    • Ḥadīth between Traditional Muslim Scholarship and Academic Approaches [Andreas Görke]
  • Tafsīr
    • Tafsīr as Discourse: Institutions, Norms, and Authority [Johanna Pink]
    • Overlooked Modern Persian-Shi’i Tafsīr Schools: The Maktab-e Tafkīk in Contemporary Iran [S. M. Hadi Gerami]
  • Fiqh
    • On Secularization of Fiqh in Contemporary Iran [Mahmoud Pargoo]
  • Kalām
    • Kalām: Constructing Divinity [Aaron W. Hughes]
  • Taʾrīkh
    • How Intellectuals Censor the Intellect: (Mis-)Representation of Traditional History and Its Consequences [Majid Daneshgar]
  • ʿilm
    • ʿilm Is Islam: The Islamic Concept of Knowledge from Classical Traditions to Modern Interpretations [Christopher A. Furlow]
  • Adab
    • Reconstructing Adab in Islamic Studies [Nuha Alshaar]
  • Tashayyuʿ
    • The Good, the Bad, and the Heretic in Early Islamic History [Mushegh Asatryan]
  • Ismāʿiliyya
    • Ismā’iliyya and Isma’ilism: From Polemical Portrayal to Academic Inquiry [Khalil Andani]
  • Taṣawwuf
    • Studying Sufism beyond Orientalism, Fundamentalism, and Perennialism [Mahdi Tourag]
  • Mashriqiyyāt
    • Lost Orientalism, Lost Orient, and Lost Orientals: An Overview [Majid Daneshgar]

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