Islam and the Humanities

Shahzad Bashir

On Chroniclers’ Eyes: Frames, Gazes, and Viewpoints in Islamic Historiography

Rosie Bsheer

Crude Imaginations: Capitalism, Space, and the Politics of History in Saudi Arabia

Mahiye Seçil Daǧtaș

The Temporal Horizons and Aesthetic Formations of Religious Difference in Antakya

Aryo Danusiri

The Port: The Entanglement of Religion and the Urban in Post-Authoritarian Indonesia

Jamal Elias

Martyred Innocence: Children, Sacrifice and the Rationalization of War in Modern Iran

Katherine Ewing

Jahiliyya: Mapping Secular Spaces through an Islamic Notion of Time and Place

Syed Akbar Hyder

Escaping the Prison of Prose: Aesthetics of Mourning and the Story of Hind

Katherine Miller

Materializing Multiple Histories: The Ethics and Politics of Life Amid Ongoing Cultural Heritage Management in Hunza, Northern Pakistan

Nathalie Peutz

Soqotra’s Musealization of the Present and Mobilization of the Past

Kishwar Rizvi

Historicism and Post-modernity: Transnational Mosques in the Contemporary Middle East

Karen Ruffle

Material Subversions: Somatic Shi’ism and the Development of a Deccani ‘Grammar of Tradition’ during the Qutb Shahi Dynasty

Amal Sachedina

Shifting Terrain: Destroying While Preserving the Dalla (Coffee Pot) and the Ethos of Neighbourliness in the Sultanate of Oman

Kabir Tambar

Histories of Violence and the Ethics of Expectation in Turkey

Caroline Williams

Cairo as an Artifact of 19th Century Imagery