The Muslims of Medieval Italy

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The New Edinburgh Islamic Surveys
Series Editor: Carole Hillenbrand

TITLES AVAILABLE OR FORTHCOMING

Contemporary Issues in Islam Asma Asfaruddin

The New Islamic Dynasties Clifford Edmund Bosworth

Media Arabic (2nd Edition) Julia Ashtiany Bray

An Introduction to the Hadith John Burton

A History of Islamic Law Noel Coulson

Medieval Islamic Political Thought Patricia Crone

A Short History of the Ismailis Farhad Daftary

Islam: An Historical Introduction (2nd Edition) Gerhard Endress

A History of Christian-Muslim Relations Hugh Goddard

Medieval Islamic Science Robert Hall

Shi’ism (2nd Edition) Heinz Halm

Islamic Science and Engineering Donald Hill

Muslim Spain Reconsidered Richard Hitchcock

Islamic Law: From Historical Foundations to Contemporary Practice Mawil Izzi Dien

Sufism: The Formative Period Ahmet T. Karamustafa

Islamic Aesthetics Oliver Leaman

Persian Historiography Julie Scott Meisami

Pilgrims and Pilgrimage Josef Meri

The Muslims of Medieval Italy Alex Metcalfe

The Archaeology of the Islamic World Marcus Milwright

Twelver Shi’ism: Unity and Diversity in the Life of Islam Andrew Newman

Muslims in Western Europe (3rd Edition) Jørgen Nielsen

Medieval Islamic Medicine Peter E. Pormann and Emilie Savage-Smith

Islamic Names Annemarie Schimmel

The Genesis of Literature in Islam Gregor Schoeler

Modern Arabic Literature Paul Starkey

Islamic Medicine Manfred Ullman

Islam and Economics Ibrahim Warde

A History of Islamic Spain W Montgomery Watt and Pierre Cachia

Introduction to the Qur’an W Montgomery Watt

Islamic Creeds W Montgomery Watt

Islamic Philosophy and Theology W Montgomery Watt

Islamic Political Thought W Montgomery Watt

The Influence of Islam on Medieval Europe W Montgomery Watt

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