Writing Christian History in the Abbasid Empire: The Chronicle of Dionysius of Tell-Mahre (d. 845) in its Byzantine and Arab ContextHörsaal M 105, Hauptgebäude der LMU, Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1 Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1, Munich, Bavaria, Germany
A lecture from Marianna Mazzola (LMU München) in the 4MZ-Reihe "Kulturen des Islam: Aktuelle Forschung"
Genres and Disciplines of Learning in Judaeo-Arabic Literature
We understand genres and disciplines of learning as dynamic structures that are never fixed and static, but continuously interact with the reading public, the social environment, the literary canon, and with other texts. The Society of Judaeo-Arabic Studies, therefore, invites to a conference on the nature, development and formation of genres and disciplines of knowledge in Judaeo-Arabic literature.
Saadya Gaon in the Qaraite literature of the 10th–11th centuries
Nadia Vidro A Qaraite refutation of Kitāb al-Tamyīz by Saadya Gaon and its attribution to Ḥasan Ben Mashiaḥ Friederike Schmidt and Ronny Vollandt References to Saadya Gaon in the work of Sahl ben Maṣliaḥ Gregor Schwarb Poznański's Karaite … Continued