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How did Arabs govern ancient Egypt? 22 March 2012, Paris
In the context of the seminar “Peuples and powers in medieval Islam”, Sylvie Denoix (research director at the CNRS, Director of Studies of the French Institute of Eastern Archaeology) will give a conference on “How did Arabs govern ancient Egypt?” on Thursday 22 March 2012 at 14. Seminar organised b...
Philosophy and history of medieval Islam ideas
Vadet Jean-Claude. Philosophy and history of medieval Islam ideas. In: Practical school for higher education. Section 4, Historical and Philological Sciences. Booklet 2. Reports on the conferences of the years 1981-1982 and 1982-1983. 1985. pp. 69-70.
The evolution of the Berber narrative in the narrative sources of the medieval Maghreb (ixive century)
The origins of the Maghreb population have long been the subject of historical debate. Prehistorians accept the idea of a very old human presence, but historians, which largely reproduce ancient and medieval mythographs, show the attachment of this population to the old Middle East. While seeking be...
1st menestrel Day — medieval Islam — ISH, Lyon, 11/06/2015
1st Home Day — medieval Islam, organised by Dominique Valérian and Eric Vallet on Thursday 11 June 2015 (9: 30-12: 30) Place: Ish, avenue Berthelot (Lyon, 7e), Marc Bloch area Created in 1997, the menestrel portal (http://www.menestrel.fr) aims to critically present all the online resources needed f...
The East in cruise times, Arabic texts presented and translated
Seminar: Mr Eychenne, “City and campaign at the time of mamelouke (...)”, 23/03/2021, online
In the framework of the Medieval Islam History and Archaeology Seminar, common to the Paris 1 Universities, Sorbonne University and the medieval Islam team of the UMR 8167 East and Mediterranean: Mathieu Eychenne, will present an aspect of his research on rural areas in medieval Syria through a comm...
New research on the al-Jabal mine
Paul Benoit, UMR 8589, LAMOP, University Paris I — CNRS, Jean Féraud History Team, BRGM, Mineral Resources Service, Orléans Françoise Micheau, Professor in Paris I and Director of UMR 8084, medieval Islam: cultural spaces, networks and practices, University Paris IV — University Paris I — CNRS Flori...
Understanding the ‘Sarrasins’ in Byzance in the first half of the nineteenth century
This article seeks to describe the social interactions between Byzantins and Muslims as a process that has gradually developed over time and was not an immutable series of similar episodes (spectacular embassies, interreligious fierce polemics, etc.) as portrayed by both medieval and modern historia...
A traveller workshop, a sign of exchanges between the worlds abd al-wādide and merinide
Production of glass jewellery in the medieval and late Islamic space: the question of a specialised craftsman
The colloquium took place a few months before the thesis was supported in 2006; the text was taken up for publication; this is part of a chapter of the thesis. The years appeared a little late in September 2009. On the basis of medieval, archaeological textual sources and ethnographic data, the arti...
From the Roman city of Saldae to the hammadide foundation of al-Nā-iriyya: Candle before Bougie (III/IXth/19th centuries)
KOETSCHET Pauline and ZOUACHE Abbès (ed.), The body in the medieval Islamic Space, Dossier des Annales Islamologique, 48 (1), 2014, 344 p
The publishers of this beautiful volume on the issue of the body in medieval Islam have classified its articles in four sections: ‘Beauty and dairy: physico-social standards’; ‘Body metaphor: vagabonds and paladins’; ‘Love and suffering’, and ‘Life Cycles’. The twelve texts together offer a wide ran...
Giving the breast is like giving the day: the doctrine of breastfeeding in medieval sunnism.
AMRI Nelly, 2019, Croire au Maghreb médiéval. La sainteté en question (xive-xve siècle)
Dans le prolongement de ses nombreux travaux sur le soufisme et le culte des saints en Islam, Nelly Amri présente ici une réflexion foisonnante sur la sainteté et son dispositif de croyance dans le Maghreb médiéval tardif (viiie-ixe/xive-xve siècle), à partir de l’étude de la figure du « ravi en Die...
the history of the body in the medieval Islamic space is, to some extent, a new subject of study. For a long time, medieval Islam historians have confined themselves to frightening the body of individuals of any gender and age that they met in their documentation. They were not always unaware of it....
Ports and exchange networks in the medieval Maghreb
Longtime as a peripheral region in the Mediterranean and Islam, on the contrary, the medieval Maghreb was at an early stage integrated into exchange networks, first as part of the construction of an Islamic area largely open to the sea and then of a Mediterranean dominated by European Latin powers....
Medieval Islam in Christian lands. Science and ideology.
in Aristote au Mont-Saint-Michel, Sylvain Gouguenheim purports to refute what he calls a vulgate: the role of Arabs in shaping Latin Europe. She received Greek thoughts from Eastern Christians and then Greek-Latin translators. This book brings the medievists to question the historical method and eth...
B. JAMES, ‘Using the concept of ethnicity in the history of medieval Islam’, May 2013, menestrel
NB: The article is copied from the menestrel webpage — portal for research on the Middle Ages (http://www.menestrel.fr/spip.php?article3121). * * * of the use of the concept of ethnicity in the history of medieval Islam by Boris JAMES, Chercheur associated with the French Institute of the Middle Eas...
Colloquium “The factory of ethnicity in medieval Islam” — Thursday 5 and Friday 6 December 2013 — IISMM, Lombard Room, 96 bd Raspail, 75006 Paris
Will people be the main actors in Islam’s history? Historiography has for a long time relegated them to the backdrop, fixed in the constant nature of the facts, included in the nomenclature of the offspring of Noé, embracing the stereotypes attributed to them by the adab of the classic era. Just wer...
Seminar “Marges and Borders of Islam”, Lyon — Thursday 17 November
In the framework of the Seminar “Marges and borders of medieval Islam” take note of the meeting on Thursday 17 November, 10-13: “The land borders of Islam” organised by Cyrille Aillet (University Lyon 2, CIHAM-UMR 5648, IUF)/ firstname.lastname@example.org Room André Frossard, ISH Programme Eva Collet...
Copy: Sensitisation or redesign, using the example of medieval Arabic handwriting and their Osmanic copies
A family of texts around Ibn Alilikān between VIIth/18th and 18th/17th Century A family of texts around Ibn allikān between VIIth/18th and 17th/17th century: Historical and biographic documents kept at the IRHT
Wafayāt al-Aa-yān, a famous collection of biographies written in Damascus by the historian Ibn -Allikān in the VIIth/18th century, was the source of a family of texts. We describe a number of summaries and supplements to the Wafayāt, focusing on novel manuscripts, written up to the xia/xviia century...
Ownership of the land and non-Muslims: what impact of the conquests in Bas-Iraq in the first three centuries of Islam?
Publication: A. Nef, Islamic Revolutions. Emerging Islam in the Mediterranean (VIIe-Xth century), EFR, May 2021
How to understand the emergence of the Islamic world in the VIIth centuries? Is the Islamic Empire the last of the major ancient empires or, on the contrary, the first medieval empire? This book proposes to overcome the opposition between break and continuity. While the Islamic Empire borrows from t...
Conference: Amandine Lefol Adwan, “Prince mirrors, good government textbooks in medieval Islam” — Paris, Sorbonne, 18h, 13/11/2014
This conference will consist of a general presentation of the mirrors of composite princes in medieval Islam. The main features will be identified and the different themes addressed therein. This will lead us to question the definition of good government according to the authors of these treaties. D...