Peace, one and all…
As promised, I’m posting some new bibliographical references for the study of early Islamic history. It’s all fairly random at present. Insha Allah, once I get some free time during the Xmas break, I’ll sort this blog out. For now, enjoy…
If you have any questions, I’m more than happy to answer them, insha Allah.
Kraemer, J L (1986) Humanism in the Renaissance of Islam: The Cultural Revival of the Buyid Age, Leiden: E J Brill
Jamal, N E (2002), Surviving the Mongols: Nizari Quhistani and the Continuity of the Ismaili Tradition in Persia, London, IB Tauris/Institute of Ismaili Studies
Klemm, V (2003), Memoirs of a Mission: The Ismaili Scholar, Statesman and Poet al-Mu`ayyad fi’l-Din al-Shirazi, London, IB Tauris/Institute of Ismaili Studies
Walker, P E (1999), Hamid al-Din al-Kirmani: Ismaili Thought in the Age of al-Hakim, London, IB Tauris/Institute of Ismaili Studies
Lalani, A R (2000), Early Shi`i Thought: The Teachings of Imam Muhammad al-Baqir, London, IB Tauris/Institute of Ismaili Studies
Kohlberg, E (1991), Belief and Law in Imami Shi`ism, Aldershot: Ashgate Variorum
Sachedina, A A (1981), Islamic Messianism: The Idea of the Mahdi in Twelver Shi`ism, Albany: SUNY Press
Blichfeldt, J-O (1985), Early Mahdism: Politics and Religion in the Formative Period of Islam, Leiden: EJ Brill
Amir-Moezzi, M A (1994), The Divine Guide in Early Shi`ism: The Sources of Esotericism in Islam, Albany: SUNY Press
Khuri, F I (1990), Imams and Emirs: State, Religion and Sects in Islam, London: Saqi Books
Corbin, H (1983), Cyclical Time and Ismaili Gnosis, London: Kegan Paul
That’s quite enough for now. More soon, insha Allah.