Bloomsbury Companion to Islamic Studies

Editor: Bennett, Clinton
Publication Year: 2013
Publisher: Bloomsbury

ISBN: 978-1-44-112788-4
Category: Religion & Theology - Islam
Book Status: Pending
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The Bloomsbury Companion to Islamic Studies is a comprehensive one volume reference guide to Islam and study in this area. A team of leading international scholars - Muslim and non-Muslim - cover important aspects of study in the field, providing readers with a complete and accessible source of information to the wide range of methodologies and theoretical principles involved.

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Table of Contents

  • Contributors
  • Acknowledgments
  • Part I Introduction - Clinton Bennett
  • Part II Research Methods and Problems - Elliott Bazzano
  • Part III Current Research and Issues
  • 1 Qurʾānic Studies - Andrew Rippin
  • 2 Ḥadīth Studies - Aisha Y. Musa
  • 3 Researching Sufism in the Twenty-First Century: Expanding the Context of Inquiry - Arthur F. Buehler
  • 4 Islamic Theology - Mashhad Al-Allaf
  • 5 Study of Shī‘ite Islam - Syed Rizwan Zamir
  • 6 Salafi Islam: The Study of Contemporary Religious-Political Movements - William Shepard
  • 7 Islam and the West - William Shepard
  • 8 Fiqh, The Science of Islamic Jurisprudence - Maria F. Curtis
  • 9 From Margin to Mainstream: The History of Islamic Art and Architecture in the Twenty-First Century - Clinton Bennett
  • Bibliography
  • Part IV New Directions: The Who, Why, What, How, and Where of Studying Islam - Clinton Bennett
  • Part V Chronology - Clinton Bennett
  • Part VI Resources: An Annotated Bibliographical Guide - Clinton Bennett and Contributors
  • Part VII A–Z Index of Key Terms and Concepts - Clinton Bennett
  • Bibliography