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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...
People without a past?
the slaves in Christian earth in medieval Mediterranean Europe have always been seen as a collection of people without the past. However, the in-depth analysis of sources retained by the Crown of Aragon makes it possible to end the image of the existential vacuum of Muslim captives who arrived in Va...
Sarah Stroumsa, Freethinkers of Medieval Islam. Ibn al-Râwandî, Abû Bakr al-Râzî and their Impact on Islamic Thought
The Buwayhid Dynasty of Baghdad from the accession of Izz al-Dawla to its extinction, A.H. 356-447/A.D. 967-1055.
The rise of the Buwayhids to power during the fourth century of the Hijra is important in the history of medieval Islam not only from political but also from cultural, administrative and religious standpoints, all of which form the subject matter of the present study. Despite the importance of the s...
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...
East and West: tolerance and diversity
This volume is a collection of twelve articles by young researchers. They present various aspects of the meeting of the West, mainly European, with the Orientation, which covers geographically the Middle East, North Africa, but also the Caucasus and Central Asia, the area where Muslims live. The tex...
The errance of Imrû’l-Qays: Arabic and Tuareg poetry
Through a legacy of colonisation, French studies of Berber language literature underestimate the Arab-Islamic influence on this literature. However, this influence is important. This is assessed here in a case study. National audience The half-legendary figure of the ancient Islamic poet Imrû’l-Qays...
Incomparable or true twins? Renonçants in Hindu and Islam
Since centuries, Hindus and Muslim renonçants have been referred to in India by the same Arabic term, which means poor. This is one of the similarities between Hindus and Muslims that has been ignored by sociological theories, such as Louis Dumont’s: they have built completely opposite models of the...
Translators, interpreters and cultural mediators in late medieval Eastern Iberia and western islamic diplomatic relationships
21 pages.-- Contributed to the "Tenth Mediterranean Research Meeting" (Florence & Montecatini Terme, Mar 24-27, 2009), Workshop 3: "Language and cultural mediation in the Mediterranean, 1200-1800". The wealth of records of the former Crown of Aragon have for years allowed extensive studies of its la...
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...
From the French creation to Egypt’s development. Architectural and social transformations in a city of Muslim Monde. The case of Ismailia, Egypt (1862-1993)
This study poses problems with the modernisation which, thanks to its most superficial aspects (technology and liberalism), has shaken the Muslim world, particularly for the last three decades. All Muslim societies, from Morocco to Indonesia, face the problem of reconciling the ‘permanence’ taught b...
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)
Seminar: Philippe Gardette, “Mystic and hypnose Islam in medieval Anatolia...” _Aix-en-Provence, 31 March 2016
Seminar: Philippe Gardette "mystic and hypnosis Islam in medieval Anatolia: two expressions of the same reality? "In the context of the monthly seminar of Michel Balivet and Homa Lessan-Pezechki (Turcs, Persans, Byzantins: contacts and exchanges in the Middle Ages), Philippe Gardette will give a con...
First part. Historiographic representations of a capital city
Despite Franz Rosenthal’s founding work on the medieval historiography of Islam countries, published for the first time in 1952, it was not until the 1990s that this field of research saw significant renewals with the synthesis work of Tarif Khalidi, Stephen Humphreys or more recently by Chase F. Ro...
Circulation of fashions: Deciphering foreign influences on the creation of Muslim Clothing in early Islam
Este artigo debruça-se sobre o papel das influências estrangeiras na indumentária muçulmana, e as formas complexas e contraditórias em que aquelas encontraram o seu caminho para o mundo muçulmano, através de processos de adoção, rejeição e adaptação. O vestuário desempenhou um papel fulcral na inter...
Politik Islam di Indonesia: Ideologi, Transformasi dan Prospek dalam Proses Politik Terkini
<p>This study examines the correlation between Islamic doctrine of the concept of state and government system with the ambition of some Muslims to revive sharia values in a country. Literature research methodology is employed to explore ideas of Islamic political thinkers, ranging from classical and...
Saint Praxedes and the Church which met in her house in Rome
<p>The article presents and analyzes fragments of the story of Saint Praxedes, leader of a domestic church in 1st century in Rome, and their resignification over the centuries, mainly under Pope Paschal I (9th century), in the context of church and women history. The research is based on hagiographi...
JEWISH SUFISM IN MEDIEVAL ISLAM
This article is a literary research and preliminary examination to a unique interaction between Jews and Sufism that taken place in medieval Islamic ruling. In the face of the present antagonistic posture of Jews and Muslims relationship that dominates the public sphere, in history, there are some e...
TURKS IN SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL LIFE IN ISLAMIC LANDS PRIOR TO SELJUKIAN
Especially military and political presence of Turks choosing Islam as religion and coming to Muslim lands prior to Seljukian has been revealed with numerous scientific studies. There are, with no doubt, contributions of various nations and communities with different beliefs to the civilization that...
VIKING GEOGRAPHY AND SOCIO-ECONOMICAL STRUCTURE OF VIKINGS
In the world geography the countries which are known as Scandinavia, Sweden, Norway, and Denmark housed an only one of its kind type society in the middle age. Although people who are relative to this society are known as Northmen, Rus, or Danish, today, Viking have become the common name for them....