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Table of contents for Shi'ism / edited by Paul Luft and Colin Turner.

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Volume One
1. Wilferd Madelung, ?Introduction? in Wilferd Madelung, The succession to
Muhammad: a study of the early Caliphate (Cambridge: CUP, 1997), pp. 1-27.
2. W Montgomery Watt, ?Shi?ism under the Umayyads? in Journal of the Royal Asiatic
Society (1960), pp. 158-72.
3. Douglas Karim Crow, ?The death of Al-Husayn b. ?Ali and early Shi?i views of the
imamate? in Al-Serat, Vol. 12, No. 1 (1986), pp. 71-116.
4. W Montgomery Watt, ?The reappraisal of Abbasid Shi?ism? in George Makdisi (Ed.),
Arabic and Islamic Studies In Honor of Hamilton A.R. Gibb (Leiden: Brill, 1965), pp.
638-54.
5. Heinz Halm, ?The Zaydiyya? in Heinz Halm, Shi?ism (Edinburgh: EUP, 1991), pp.
206-11.
6. Ron P Buckley, ?Ja?far al-Sadiq as a source of Shi?i Traditions? in The Islamic Quarterly, Vol. 43, 
No. 1 (1999), pp. 37-58.
7. Farhad Daftary, ?The earliest Isma?ilis? in Arabica, Vol. 38 (1991), pp. 214-45.
8. Etan Kohlberg, ?Early attestations of the term ?ithna ?ashariyya? ? in Jerusalem Studies
in Arabic and Islam, Vol. 24 (2000), pp. 343-57.
9. Said Amir Arjomand, ?The crisis of the imamate and the institution of occultation in Twelver 
Shi?ism: a sociohistorical perspective? in International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. 28 
(1996), pp. 491-515.
10. Michael Brett, ?The realm of the Imam: the Fatimids in the tenth century? in
Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, Vol. 59, No. 3 (1996), pp. 431-449.
11. Michel M Mazzaoui, ?Si?ism under the Mongols? in Michel M Mazzaoui, The Origins
of the Safawids (Wiesbaden: F. Steiner, 1972), pp. 22-40.
12. Albert Hourani, ?From Jabal ?Amil to Persia? in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and
African Studies, Vol. 49, No. 1 (1986), pp. 133-40.
13. Andrew J Newman, ?The myth of the clerical migration to Safawid Iran? in Die Welt
des Islams, Vol. 33 (1993), pp. 65-112.
14. Juan Cole, ?Shi?i clerics in Iraq and Iran, 1722-1780: the Akhbari-Usuli conflict
reconsidered? in Iranian Studies, Vol. 18, No. 1 (1985), pp. 3-34.
15. Hamid Algar, ?Shi?ism and Iran in the eighteenth century? in Thomas Naff and Roger Owen (Eds.), 
Studies in Eighteenth Century Islamic History (Southern Illinois University Press: Carbondale and 
Edwardsville) / (Feffer & Simons Inc.: London and Amsterdam, 1977), pp. 288-302.
16. Meir Litvak, ?Madrasa and learning in nineteenth-century Najaf and Karbala? in
Rainer Brunner & Werner Ende (Eds.), The Twelver Shia in modern times: religious culture & political 
history (Boston: Brill, 2001), pp. 58-78.
17. Denis MacEoin, ?Orthodoxy and heterodoxy in nineteenth-century Shi?ism: the cases
of Shaykhism and Babism? in Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol. 110, No. 2
(1990), pp. 323-29.
18. David Pinault, ?Shi?ism in South Asia? in The Muslim World, Vol. 87 (1997), pp.
234-57.
19. Madawi al-Rasheed, ?The Shia of Saudia Arabia: a minority in search of cultural 
authenticity? in British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. 25, No. 1 (1998), 
pp. 121-38.
Volume Two
20. Henry Corbin, ?Imamologie et philosophie? in Le Sh??ism Im?mite, (Presses Universitaires de France: 
Paris, 1970), pp. 143-74. 
21. ?All?mah Sayyid Muhammad Husayn ?ab?tab???, ?On the Knowledge of God? in
?ab??ab???, ?All?mah Sayyid Mu?ammad ?usayn, Shi?ite Islam, (George Allen & Unwin Ltd: London, 1975), pp. 
123-137. 
22. Abdulaziz Sachedina, ?A Treatise on the occultation of the Twelfth im?mite imam? in Studia 
Islamica, Vol. 48 (1978), pp. 109-24. 
23. Martin J McDermott, ?God?s attributes? in Martin J. McDermott, The Theology of al-Shaikh al-
Muf?id (d. 413/1022), ( Dar el-Machreq Editeurs: Beyrouth, c 1978), pp. 133-53. 
24. Wilferd Madelung, ?Nas?r ad-D?n T?s??s ethics, between philosophy, Shi?ism, and Sufism? in 
Richard. G. Hovannisian (Ed.) Ethics in Islam, (Undena Publications: Malibu, Cal., 1985), pp. 85-101. 
25. Meir M Bar-Asher, ?Variant readings and additions of the Im?m? ???a to the Quran? in
Israel Oriental Studies, Vol. 35 (1993) pp. 39-74. 
26. Henry Corbin, ?Shiite Thought? in Henry Corbin, History of Islamic Philosophy (London: Kegan 
Paul International, 1993), pp. 319-363.
27. Sabine Schmidtke, ?al-?All?ma Hill? and Shi?ite Mu?tazilite theology? in
Spektrum Iran, Vol. 7 (1994), pp. 10-35 and 136-37. 
28. Abbas Muhajirani, ?Twelve-Im?m Shi?ite theological and philosophical thought? in
Seyyed Hossein Nasr and Oliver Leaman (Eds.), History of Islamic Philosophy (London & New York: 
Routledge, 1996), pp. 119-43. 
29. Hamid Dabashi, ?M?r D?m?d and the founding of the ?School of Isfah?n? ? in 
Seyyed Hossein Nasr and Oliver Leaman (Eds.), History of Islamic Philosophy (London & New York: 
Routledge, 1996), pp. 597-632. 
30. Seyyed Hossein Nasr, ?Vie et doctrine de Sadr ad-D?n (Mulla Sadr?)? in Aux sources de la sagesse 
Vol. 5/18 (1998), pp.61 -92.
31. Mohammed Awais Refudeen, ?Phenomenology versus historicism: the case of imamate? in 
American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, Vol. 15 (1998), pp. 63-73.
32. Mohammad Ali Amir Moezzi, ?Seul l?homme de Dieu est humain: th¿ologie et anthropologie mystique   travers 
l?ex¿g¿se imamate ancienne? in Arabica, Vol. 45 (1998), pp. 193-214. 
33. Nasrollah Pourjavady, ?Opposition to Sufism in Twelver Shiism? in Frederick de Jong & 
Bernd.Radtke (Eds.), Islamic mysticism contested. Thirteen centuries of controversies and polemics. 
(Leiden-Boston-K¿ln: Brill, 1999), pp. 614-23.
34. Meir M Bar-Asher, ?The Qur??n commentary ascribed to Imam Hasan al-Askar?? in 
Jerusalem Studies in Arabica and Islam, Vol.24 (2000), pp. 358-379.
35. Joseph Alagha, ?Hizbullah and martyrdom? in Orient, Vol. 45/1 (2004), pp. 47-74 and 196-197. 
Volume Three
36. Joseph Eliash, ?The Ithn? ?Ashar?-Sh??? juristic theory of political and legal 
authority? in Studia Islamica, Vol. 29 (1969), pp. 17-30.
37. Etan Kohlberg, ?The development of the Imami Shi?i doctrine of jih?d? in Zeitschrift der Deutschen 
Morgenl¿ndischen Gesellschaft, Vol. 126 (1976), pp. 64-86.
38. Werner Ende, ?The flagellations of Muharram and the Shi?ite ?ulam?? in Der 
Islam,Vol. 55 (1978), pp. 19-36.
39. Uri Rubin, ?Prophets and progenitors in the early Shi?a Tradition? in Jerusalem 
Studies in Arabic and Islam, Vol. 1 (1979), pp. 41-65.
40. Wilferd Madelung, ?Shi?i attitudes toward women as reflected in fiqh? in Afaf 
Lutfi al-Sayyid-Marsot (Ed.), Society and the sexes in medieval Islam (Malibu: 
Undena Publications, 1979), pp. 69-79.
41. Werner Ende, ?Ehe auf Zeit (mut?a) in der innerislamischen Diskussion der 
Gegenwart? in Die Welt des Islams, Vol. 20 (1980), pp. 1-43.
42. Norman Calder, ?Zak?t in Im?m? Sh??? jurisprudence, from the tenth to the 
sixteenth century A.D.? in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, Vol. 
44 (1981), pp. 468-80.
43. Norman Calder, ?Khums in Im?m? Sh??? jurisprudence, from the tenth to the 
sixteenth century A.D.? in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, Vol. 
45 (1982), pp. 39-47.
44. Peter Chelkowski, ?Popular Sh??? mourning rituals? in Alser?t, Vol.12 (1986), pp. 209-226.
45. Norman Calder, ?Doubt and prerogative: the emergence of an Im?m? Sh??? theory 
of ijtih?d? in Studia Islamica, Vol. 70 (1989), pp. 57-78.
46. Anne Betteridge, ?Specialists in miraculous action; some shrines in Shiraz? in Alan Morinis (Ed.), 
Sacred journeys: the anthropology of pilgrimage (Westport: Greenwood Press, 1992), pp. 189-209.
47. Yitzhak Nakash, ?An attempt to trace the origin of the rituals of ??sh?r?? in Die 
Welt des Islams, Vol. 33 (1993), pp. 161-81.
48. Etan Kohlberg, ?Taqiyya in Sh??? theology and religion? in Hans G. Kippenberg & 
Guy G. Stroumsa (Eds.), Secrecy and concealment: studies in the history of 
Mediterranean and Near Eastern religions (Leiden: Brill, 1995), pp. 345-80.
49. Muhsin Kadivar, ?Theories of government in Sh??? fiqh? in Hikmat, Vol. 1, No. 3 
(1996), pp. 303-28.
50. Ron P Buckley, ?On the origins of Sh??? hadith? in The Muslim World, Vol. 88, 
No. 2 (1998), pp. 165-84.
51. Robert Gleave, ?Shi?ite exegesis and the interpretation of Qur??n 4:24? in Alan 
Jones (Ed.), University Lectures in Islamic Studies, Vol. 2 (London: Al-Tajir World of 
Islam Trust, 1998), pp. 79-112.
52. Liyakat A. Takim, ?From bid?a to sunna: the wil?ya of ?Al? in the Sh??? adh?n? in 
Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol. 120, No. 2 (2000), pp. 166-77.
53. Len Clarke , ?The Sh??? construction of taql?d? in Journal of Islamic Studies, Vol. 
12/1 (2001), pp. 40-64.
54. Colin Turner, ?Aspects of devotional life in Shi?ite Islam: the practice of du??? (Original article, 
2006)
Volume Four
55. Ann K S Lambton, ?Quis custodiet custodes: some reflections on the Persian theory
of government? in Studia Islamica, Vol. 6 (1956), pp. 125-46.
56. Imam Khomeini, ?Program for the establishment of an Islamic government? in
Hamid Algar (Transl.), Islam and revolution: writings and declarations of Imam Khomeini (Berkeley: 
Mizan Press, 1981), pp. 126-49 and 163-66.
57. Norman Calder, ?Accommodation and revolution in Imami Shi?i jurisprudence: Khumayni and the 
classical tradition? in Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. 18 (1982), pp. 3-20.
58. Farhad Kazemi, ?The Fada?iyan-e Islam: fanaticism, politics and terror? in Said Amir Arjomand 
(Ed.), From Nationalism to Revolutionary Islam (London: Macmillan Press, 1984), pp. 158-76.
59. Shahrough Akhavi, ?Islam, politics and society in the thought of Ayatullah Khomeini,
Ayatullah Taliqani and Ali Shariati? in Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. 24 (1988), 
pp. 404-31.
60. J G J ter Haar, ?Murtaz? Mutahhar? (1919-1979): an introduction to his life and
thought? in Persica, Vol. 14 (1990-1992), pp. 1-21.
61. Vanessa Martin, ?Religion and state in Khumain??s Kashf al-asr?r? in Bulletin of the
School of Oriental and African Studies, Vol. 56, No. 1 (1993), pp. 34-45
62. Said Amir Arjomand, ?Shi?ite jurisprudence and constitution making in the Islamic 
Republic of Iran? in Martin E Marty and R Scott Appleby, Fundamentalisms and the
State (Chicago: the University of Chicago Press, 1993), pp. 88-109.
63. Shahla Haeri, ?Obedience versus autonomy: women and fundamentalism in Pakistan
and Iran? in Martin E Marty and R Scott Appleby, Fundamentalisms and Society
(Chicago: the University of Chicago Press, 1993), pp. 181-213.
64. T M Aziz, ?The role of Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr in Shi?i political activism in Iraq
from 1958 to 1980? in International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. 25 (1993),
pp. 207-22.
65. Ahmad Kazemi Moussavi, ?The institutionalization of marja?-i taql?d in the
nineteenth century Sh??ite community? in The Muslim World, Vol. 83 (1994), pp. 279-99.
66. Shahrough Akhavi, ?Contending discourses in Shi?i law on the doctrine of wil?yat al
faq?h? in Iranian Studies, Vol. 29 (1996), pp. 229-68.
67. Sylwia Surdykowska, ?The spiritual aspect of jihad and Khomeini?s doctrine? in
Acta Asiatica Varsoviensia, No. 13 (2000), pp. 75-84.
68. Evan Siegel, ?The politics of Shah?d-e J?w?d? in Rainer Brunner & Werner Ende (Eds.), The 
Twelver Shia in modern times: religious culture & political history (Boston: Brill, 2001), pp. 150-77.
69. Mortaza Motahhari, ?The fundamental problem in the clerical establishment? in
Linda S. Walbridge, The Most Learned of the Shi?a (Oxford University Press, 2001), pp. 161-82.
70. Roswitha Badry, ?Marja?iyya and sh?r?? in Rainer Brunner & Werner Ende (Eds.),
The Twelver Shia in modern times: religious culture & political history (Boston: Brill,
2001), pp. 188-207.
71. Talib Aziz, ?Fadlallah and the remaking of the marja?iya? in Linda S. Walbridge, The
Most Learned of the Shi?a (Oxford University Press, 2001), pp. 205-15.
72. Charles Kurzman, ?Critics within: Islamic scholars? protests against the Islamic state
in Iran? in International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society, Vol. 15, No. 2 (2001),
pp. 341-59.
73. Juan Cole, ?Shaykh Ahmad al-Ahsa?i on the sources of religious authority? in
Linda S. Walbridge, The Most Learned of the Shi?a (Oxford University Press, 2001), pp. 82-93.
74. Mahmoud Sadri, ?Sacral defense of secularism: the political theologies of Soroush, 
Shabestari and Kadivar? in International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society, Vol.
15, No. 2 (2001), pp. 257-70.
75. Mona Harb & Reinoud Leenders, ?Know thy enemy: Hizbullah, ?terrorism? and the
politics of perception? in Third World Quarterly, Vol. 26, No. 1 (2005), pp. 173-97.

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Main Title:        Shi'ism / edited by Paul Luft and Colin Turner.

Published/Created: New York : Routledge, 2008.

Projected Publication Date:
                   0711

Related Names:     Luft, Paul.
                   Turner, C. (Colin)

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ISBN:              9780415391870 (set)
                   9780415391863 (volume 1)
                   9780415391887 (volume 2)
                   9780415391924 (volume 3)
                   9780415391931 (volume 4)

Notes:             Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects:          Shīʻah--History.

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