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2012年3月31日 (土)

第9回国際イラン学会隔年大会@イスタンブル 2


9th Biennial Conference:  The International Society for Iranian Studies
August 1-5, 2012  at Conrad Istanbul

Day 3, August 3.

Panel 56: Saintly Figures and Sacred Spaces: Constructing Place, Community and Empire in Persianate Societies (I)
Nicholas Walmsley Indiana University, US
    Revisiting the 'Cult' of 'Abdullah Ansari in Timurid Herat
Yoni Brack University of Michigan, US
    The Mongols at the Gates of Konya: Negotiating Otherness in a Late Medieval
     Anatolian Hagiography
Hasan Karatas New York University, US
    Amasya: The Ottoman Window to Iran in the Fifteenth Century
Derek Mancini-Lander University of Michigan, US
    “Upon the Tongue of Divine Revelation”: The Safaviya, the Ni’matullahiya and the
     Narration of Yazd’s History

Panel 57: Sources in Safavid Studies (I): Mirrors-for-Princes (akhlaq)
Maria Subtelny University of Toronto, Canada
    The Fate of Husain Va‘iz Kashifi’s Oeuvre under the Safavids
Karin Ruehrdanz Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada
    Moralizing in a Specious Style
Colin Mitchell Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada
    A Mirror-for-Lala?: Shah Tahmasp's Farman (1544) to the Governor of Herat
Sholeh Quinn University of California, Merced, US
    A Late Safavid Mirror for Princes

Panel 78: Saintly Figures and Sacred Spaces: Constructing Place, Community and Empire in Persianate Societies (II)   
Rosemary Stanfield-Johnson University of Minnesota, Duluth, US
    Husnīya: A Female Mujtahid in the Caliph's Majlīs
Kishwar Rizvi Yale University, US
    Lives of the Imams, Images of the Shah: Shī’īsm and Early Safavid Painting in Iran
John Dechant Indiana University, US
    Zayn al-Dīn Taybādī and the Construction of Sacred Space in Khurāsān
Jo-Ann Gross College of New Jersey, US
    The Tales and Genealogical Traditions of Sayyid Shāh Khāmush and the Creation of
    Sacred Identity

Panel 80: Encounters in Imperial Borderlands: History and Historiographies of the Ottoman Empire and Iran   
Linda Darling University of Arizona, US
    Iran’s Western Frontier in Anatolia and the Rise of the Ottoman Empire
Rudi Matthee University of Delaware, US
    The Ottoman-Safavid War of 986-993/1578-1585
Sabri Ates Southern Methodist University, US
    1639: a Founding Myth, a Founding Document
Fariba Zarinebaf University of California, Riverside, US
    Empires, Borderlands and Encounters: Evliya Çelebi and Durri Efendi in Iran

2012年3月30日 (金)





第一日 3月31日(土)
休憩(50分) ※プログラム調整時間
"The Historical Background of Modernization in Qajar Iran and Edo Japan"
コンフェッショ① (1日目のみ参加の方)
18:15~ 懇親会 (会場:なにわ)

第二日 4月1日(日)
中村菜穂 「立憲革命期の詩人たち」

2012年3月29日 (木)

第9回国際イラン学会隔年大会@イスタンブル 1




9th Biennial Conference:  The International Society for Iranian Studies
August 1-5, 2012  at Conrad Istanbul

Day 2, August 2.

Panel 2: The Social Elite, Court Life, and the State in the Safavid Period
Nozhat Ahmadi, Alzahra University, Tehran, Iran
    The Social Base of the Elite during the Reign of Shah Abbas I
Fatemeh Orouji, University of Tabriz, Iran   
     The Method of Women's Education in the Safavid Royal Harem
Farahnaz Bahrampour, Tabriz Central Library, Iran
    State Budget and Financial Planning in the Safavid Era

Panel 5: Literary Appropriations and Innovations in 16th and 17th Century
Murat Inan University of Washington, US
   Ottoman Sultans on Persian Poetry: The Politics of Poetics and the  Ottoman
    Imperial  Vision
Sibel Kocaer, School of Oriental and African Studies, UK
Rastin Mehri, School of Oriental and African Studies, UK
   The Ottoman Vīs u Rāmin: The Translation and Alteration of a Pre-Islamic Romance
Paul Losensky, Indiana University, Bloomington, US
    Poet as Anthologist: Defining a Fresh Tradition in the Bayāż of Sā
ʾeb Tabrīzī

Panel 6: Frontier Lives and Interfaces in 18th and 19th Century
Akihiko Yamaguchi, University of the Sacred Heart, Tokyo, Japan
    Settlement Patterns and the Religious Composition of Early Eighteenth-Century
    According to Ottoman Fiscal Surveys
Metin Atmaca, Freiburg University, Germany
    Between Two Sects Between Two States: Sulaimaniya on the Ottoman-Iranian
Joanna de Groot University of York, UK
    Another Look at The Desert and the Sown: Nomads, Rulers and Settled
    Communities in the Kerman Region in the Nineteenth Century

Panel 16: Animals in Iranian History
Alan MikhailYale University, US
 Animals in the Ottoman Empire: The Safavid Connection

Panel 22: The Ottomans and the Safavids in a Persianate World: Convergences and Divergences
Snjezana Buzov, Ohio State University, US
    Persianate Origins of the Ottoman Kanun
Kaya Şahin, Tulane University, US
    From Metadoxy to Orthodoxy: The Safavid Problem and the Birth of Ottoman Sunnī
Sooyong Kim, University of Pennsylvania, US
    Persian Poets and Their Place in the Emerging Ottoman Canon of the Sixteenth
Ferenc Csirkés University of Chicago, US
    Chaghatay Oration, Ottoman Eloquence, Qizilbash Rhetoric: Turkish Literature in
    Safavid Iran

Panel 26: Language and Historiography in Early Ottoman-Iranian Encounters
Ali Anooshahr, University of California, Davis, US
    The Fate of Persian in Early Ottoman Historiography: The Hasht Bihisht of Idris
Emine Fetvaci, Boston University, US
    Şehinşehname of Mehmed III: An Unexamined Ottoman History in Persian Verse
Baki Tezcan ,University of California, Davis, US
    The Ottomans in the Persian World History of Lari (d. 1572)

Panel 35: In the Mirror of Isfahan: Seventeenth-Century Safavid-Ottoman Design
May Farhat, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
    A Pro-Safavid Silsilename
Seyed Mohammad Ali Emrani, University of Munich, Germany
    Imperial Capitals and Urban Gardens: Isfahan and Istanbul in the 17th century
Sussan Babaie, Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany
    Urban Baroque and European Town Views of Isfahan and Istanbul
Nuha N. N. Khoury, University of California, Santa Barabara, US
    From the Astrolabe of the Mind: The All-Encompassing City and the Ideal Mosque

Panel 38: Patrimony, Religion, Society, and Politics in Qajar Iran
Naofumi Abe, University of Tokyo, Japan
    Continuity of Patrimony and Islamic Inheritance System in Iran: The Case of Najafqolī
    Khān Donbolī’s Family in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century
Nobuaki Kondo, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan
ʿa Court Records from Nineteenth Century Tehran

2012年3月27日 (火)


British Museumで開催されている特別展"Hajj: journey to the heart of Islam"へ行ってきました。





2012年3月25日 (日)



Call for papers
Urban Violence in the Middle East: New Histories of Place and Event

School of Oriental and African Studies
University of London
13th-15th February 2013

Theme and Scope

As part of an AHRC/DFG-funded Anglo-German research project on the history of urban violence in the modern Middle East, this international conference seeks to develop new discussions on the relationship between public violence and urban politics, societies and cultures – a topic that despite its importance and relevance to contemporary events has not yet been the subject of systematic academic interest. For this conference, we wish to bring together a core of established and young historians working on the Middle East, and invite a number of academics specialising on other regions and disciplines, including the social sciences, urban studies and philosophy. The aim is to foster innovative understandings of urban violence informed by comparative and interdisciplinary approaches.

Call for Papers

The conference is open to papers dealing with cities and towns of the Arab world, Iran and the Ottoman Empire/Turkey in the early modern and modern periods, approximately from the late 18th Century to the 1960s. Contributions dealing with later periods will be given consideration provided that they have a very strong historical focus. We do not impose any limitations on the forms of violence considered, as long as they are related to the public arena. We ask that proposed contributions consider one or more of the following themes: 

* Public violence as event, calendars of violence
The relationship between violence and historical change has engaged many scholars, from Charles Tilly’s focus on war and state making in pre-modern Europe to Franz Fanon’s writings on colonial history as one predicated upon violence.  The conference seeks to explore this theme in relation to the Middle Eastern city with a focus on the dynamics and actors of specific violent events. In what ways can these actors and events be analysed as reflecting changes in the urban socio-political order and/or as anticipating such changes at crucial junctures in the history of empires and states?  The temporal aspects of urban violence as event can be further nuanced by taking into consideration the specific political, social and religious calendars of individuals and groups involved.

* Order and disorder, multiple logics of violence
The ways in which urban actors such as state, colonial and imperial administrations, military and paramilitary groups, police forces and different types of crowds organise, manage, represent and interpret violence is key to understand the dynamics and multiple logics of violent events as a breach of public order. As part of these multiple logics, violence can also be read as one of the options for agency. Can we for instance discern patterns when peaceful means of contestation turn violent? To this end, we invite contributions dealing with: institutional, structural and operational aspects of violence as linked to legal, bureaucratic, social, political and military arrangements that sustain urban public order, and their change over time; or semantics and symbolic aspects of violence based on narratives on violent events and actors in written and oral sources.

* Urban violence as a form of spatial politics
What has been recently defined as the ‘space turn’ in social studies has demonstrated that the organisation of spatial relations is a constitutive process of violent action. In approaching the city as a theatre of violent acts, different localities might be considered: the street, the square, the neighbourhood, and the wider conurbation to include rural areas and relevant trans-local settings. In this context contributors are also encouraged to investigate the symbolic meaning of urban space and the relationship between public violence and the spatial transformation of cities in the early modern and modern eras as a result of spontaneous urbanisation (and sub-urbanisation) and urban planning.

2012年3月23日 (金)




The Here and the Hereafter in Islamic Traditions


International colloquium, University of Utrecht, 28-29 April 2012

DAY ONE (Saturday, 28 April 2012)

PANEL 1 (9:30-11am): The origins of the Muslim hell

Angelika Neuwirth: Hell in the Qur’an

Simon O’Meara: The infernalization of the Jinn

Christian Lange: Revisiting hell’s angels in the Qur’an

PANEL 2 (11:30am-1pm): The growth of the Muslim hell

Christopher Melchert: Hell in early Islamic renunciant literature

Gabriel Reynolds: The place of hell in the sectarian milieu of early Islam

Wim Raven: Hell in the Muslim popular imagination: the anonymous Kitāb al-ʿAzama

PANEL 3 (2:30-4pm): Hell and Islamic theological diversity 1

Frederick Colby: Hell in the Bakrī miʿrāj narratives, 13th to 15th centuries CE

Daniel de Smet: Ismaʿili-Shiʿi visions on Hell: from the ‘spiritual’ torment of the Fatimids to the Tayyibī Rock of Sijjīn

Roberto Tottoli: Hell à la Aljamiado: insights from some Andalusian texts

DAY TWO (Sunday, 29 April 2012)

PANEL 4 (9:30-11am): Hell and Islamic theological diversity 2

Mohammad Khalil: Islam and the temporality of hell: Assessing Ibn Taymiyya’s conspiracy theory

Jon Hoover: God’s wise purpose in everlasting chastisement: Ibn al-Wazir’s (d. 840/1436) critique of Ibn Taymiyya on the duration of Hell-Fire

Christiane Gruber: The visual rhetoric of hell in Safavid illustrated texts, ca. 1550-1600

PANEL 5 (11:30am-1pm): Early modern and modern repercussions

Patrick Franke: Are the parents of the Prophet in hell? A debate of early modern Islam

Remke Kruk: The presentation of Hell in modern pious tracts and pamphlets

Richard van Leeuwen: Fictional discourse and religious controversy: Jamīl Sidqī al-Zahāwī’s Thawra fī al-jaḥīm

2012年3月21日 (水)



James W. Allan.
The Art and Architecture of Twelver Shi'ism: Iraq, Iran and the Indian Sub-Continent. London: Azimuth books. 2012.





2012年3月19日 (月)





Steingass. The student's Arabic-English dictionary.
Hava. Arabic-English dictionary for the use of students.
Kazimirski. Dictionnaire arabe-français



Hans Wehr. A Dictionary of Modern Arabic. 3rd ed.

を発見。ほかにArabic Almanacという、Hans WehrとLaneとHavaをまとめたというすごいものが見つかりました。でも、600MB以上あり、断念。



さらに検索したら、Web で検索できるものを発見。
Arabic Almanac


オスマン語も同じ手でうまくいくのではないかと思い、検索したところBianchiの辞書をArchive Orgで発見。1巻しかなかったのですが、そのあとグーグルブックスで2巻をゲット。知る人ぞ知る優れた辞書です。大枚を払って私も購入したのですが、無料で手にはいるとは。

Bianchi, Dictionnaire turc.-français



2012年3月17日 (土)


Visions of Mughal India: The Collection of Howard Hodgkin







2012年3月15日 (木)







日時  2012年3月30日(金)14:00-18:00
場所 東京外国語大学アジア・アフリカ言語文化研究所マルチメディア会議室 (304)
使用言語 日本語

14:00-16:00 大川 真由子  (AA研研究機関研究員)


16:00-18:00 福島 康博  (AA研研究機関研究員)



2012年3月13日 (火)






15151625 京都大学拠点報告


15151520 事業説明:江川ひかり(明治大学)

15201605 研究報告:






16051615 コメント:今野毅(北海学園大学)

 16151625 質疑応答

16251735 東洋文庫拠点報告


16251630 事業説明:三浦徹(東洋文庫・お茶の水女子大学)

16301715 研究報告:高松洋一(東京外国語大学)


17151725 コメント:岡崎敦(九州大学)



2012年3月12日 (月)



Colloque international
Pluralisme judiciaire et interactions institutionnelles dans l’Islam médiéval et moderne
Beyrouth, 23-24 mai 2012
Organisation : Mathieu Tillier, Institut français du Proche-OrientMercredi 23 mai 2012

Matin (9h-12h30)
Les frontières juridictionnelles

Steven Judd (Southern Connecticut University),
The Jurisdictional Limits of Qāḍī Courts during the Umayyad Period

Lucian Reinfandt (Université de Vienne),
Bringing conflicts before the Pagarch: judicial practice in Umayyad Egypt (661–750 CE)

Sean W. Anthony (University of Oregon),
Damnatio ad crucem in the Early Islamic Polity: Reading the Umayyad Institution of Crucifixion in Its Late Antique Contex

Nicolas Michel(IREMAM, Aix-en-Provence),
Justice, qâdî et monde rural dans l’Égypte ottomane

Après-midi (14h-18h)
Interactions entre juridictions

Nejmeddine Hentati (Université de la Zitouna),
Pluralisme judiciaire dans l’Occident musulman médiéval : étude du cas de l’arbitrage

Élise Voguet (IRHT/CNRS),
De la justice institutionnelle au tribunal informel : le pouvoir judiciaire dans la bādiya au Maghreb.

قادر محمد حسن (أربيل /العراق)، العلاقة والتفاعل بين الحسبة والقضاء خلال العهد ألأيوبي

Qadir Muhammad Hasan (Université d’Erbil),
Liens et interactions entre la ḥisba et la judicature à l’époque ayyoubide

James Talal Al-Azem (University of Oxford),
Ibn Quṭlūbughā (d. 879/1474) and the Problem of Judicial Pluralism in the Mamluk Realm

Edward Baldwin (University of Cambridge),
Mazalim in Ottoman Cairo: the role of the Sultan and the provincial governor in administering justice.

طارق نافع الحمداني (جامعة بغداد\كلية التربية\ابن رشد)
، القضاء العثماني والطوائف غير الإسلامية في ولاية البصرةبين النظرية والتطبيق في القرن 19 م وحتى الحرب العالمية الاولى

Tariq Nafiʻ al-Hamdani (Université de Bagdad),
La judicature ottomane et les communautés non-musulmanes du gouvernorat de Basra : entre théorie et pratique (de la fin du XIXe siècle à la première guerre mondiale)

Jeudi 24 mai 2012
Matin (9h-12h30)
Des autorités judiciaires en concurrence

Mathieu Tillier (Ifpo, Damas),
L’autorité judiciaire des hommes de pouvoir : califes et émirs à l’époque umayyade et sous les premiers Abbassides

Delfina Serrano (CSIC, Madrid),
Judicial pluralism in al-Andalus and the Islamic West under the Almoravids (last quarter of the 11th century CE/second half of the 12th century CE)

عمار محمد النهار (جامعة دمشق)، نظرة في قضاء عصر المماليك

Ammar al-Nahar (université de Damas),
Regard sur la judicature à l’époque mamelouke

Timothy J. Fitzgerald (James Madison University),
The Mamluk-Ottoman Transition: The End of Legal Pluralism?

Zahir Bhalloo (Wadham College, Oxford),
The Sayyids of Astarabad versus the Governor: Legal Authority and Coercive Power in a Qajar Waqf Dispute

Après-midi (14h-18h)
Les usages sociaux et politiques de la justice

Maaike van Berkel (University of Amsterdam, Pays-Bas),
Complaining about official abuse. Maẓālim processes in the ‘Abbāsid Caliphate

Marina Rustow (Johns Hopkins University),
Maẓālim documents from the Cairo Geniza: Dhimmīs and Muslims before the Fatimid and Ayyubid regimes

باح إبراهيم الشيخلي(جامعة بغداد)، الحكام الأندلسيون واستخدام القضاة في الأغراض السياسية. دراسة من خلال كتاب "ترتيب المدارك" للقاض عياض

ah Ibrahim al-Shikhli (Université de Bagdad),
Les juges andalous et l’instrumentalisation politique des cadis à travers le Tartîb al-madârik du Qâdî ‘Iyâd

Phillip I. Ackerman-Lieberman (Vanderbilt University),
Legal Pluralism among the Court Records of Medieval Egypt

رياض شحادي (جامعة دمشق)، مؤسسة القضاء في العصر الأيوبي

Riyad Shahâdî (Université de Damas),
L’institution judiciaire à l’époque ayyoubide

2012年3月10日 (土)



دانشنامه تاریخ معماری ایرانشهر
Iranshahr, Encyclopaedia of the Iranian Architectural History





2012年3月 8日 (木)



会場:お茶の水女子大学・本館1階会議室(103 号室)

司 会:秋葉 淳(千葉大学)
報 告:
佐々木紳(東京大学)「多元社会の言論空間と公論形成-19 世紀オスマン帝国

なお、前日の3月24日(土)には、比較教育社会史研究会10 周年記念シンポジウ

12:30-14:00 第2部 19 世紀の展開
秋葉 淳(千葉大学)「オスマン帝国における近代国家の形成と教育・福祉・慈

秋葉 淳

2012年3月 7日 (水)




1. Brill and Leiden University Libraries are proud to present the publication of 110,000 pages of Arabic manuscripts under the title Pioneer Orientalists: The Manuscript Collections of Scaliger, Raphelengius and Golius from Leiden University Libraries.

Leiden University Libraries has a world-famous collection of Middle Eastern Manuscripts. Its core collection consists of volumes brought together by the Leiden Orientalists Joseph Justus Scaliger (d. 1609), and Jacobus Golius (d. 1667). These include extremely rare, sometimes unique, manuscripts. The Golius collection in particular is well-known for its texts on mathematics and other Islamic sciences.

Brill and Leiden University Libraries have joined forces to scan and publish these manuscripts. This not only makes these valuable texts available to a larger community of scholars, it also helps to preserve these manuscripts, 30 of which were restored as part of the project. In total the collection consists of 267 manuscripts in 303 volumes, counting 109,517 pages. Most texts are in Arabic, with secondary texts in Ottoman Turkish and Persian.

Dr. Arnoud Vrolijk, Curator of Oriental Manuscripts and Rare Books at Leiden University Libraries, editor of the Brill book series Islamic Manuscripts and Books, and editor of the Bibliography of Arabic Books Online.

More information: Maurits van den Boogert, email: boogert@brill.nl, phone: + 31 71 5353500, brill.nl/memo

About BRILL (brill.nl) Founded in 1683 in Leiden, the Netherlands, Brill is a leading international academic publisher in the fields of Medieval and Modern History; Biblical and Religious Studies, Ancient Near East and Egypt; Middle East and Islamic Studies; Asian Studies (incl. Hotei and Global Oriental imprints); Classical Studies; Social Sciences; Biology; Human Rights and Public International Law (Nijhoff imprint). In addition, Brill is a major provider of primary source materials online and on microform for researchers in the humanities and social sciences through its imprint IDC Publishers. Brill is a publicly traded company and listed on Euronext Amsterdam NV.

About Leiden University Libraries (www.library.leiden.edu) Leiden University Libraries, the oldest in the Netherlands, is a partner in knowledge, supporting research and teaching. The Libraries’ world famous Special Collections – which include major holdings in Western and Oriental manuscripts, archives and letters, early printed books, photographs, prints, drawings, maps and atlases – are integrated in teaching and research at Leiden University and draw researchers from all over the world. Historically, the Middle Eastern collections form the nucleus of the entire range of Oriental collections of Leiden University Libraries. Early scholars like Josephus Justus Scaliger (1540-1609) left Arabic, Persian and Turkish manuscripts and printed books to the library.

Visit the website at http://brill.nl/memo

2. From May 28 to June 8 the Leiden Institute for the Study of Islam and
Society together with the Sclaliger Institute will organise a workshop on
Arabic, Persian and Turkish manuscripts and other written texts form the
Muslim world. The programme of the workshop is given below and can also be
consulted on the web-site:
Here you can also find information on the application procedure (deadline
April 1 2012).

The Leiden Institute for the Study of Islam and Society In cooperation with
the Scaliger Institute

LUCIS-Summer School on Manuscripts from the Muslim world

May 29-June 8 2012
Venue: 'University Library' (Grote vergaderzaal and Collegzaal) in Leiden,
the Netherlands More info about the venue:

      Leiden University Center for the Study of Islam and Society Summer School of Oriental Philology May 29-June 8 2012 This program is meant for graduate (MA and PhD) students and researchers who have an interest in handwritten materials from the Muslim world. The workshop consists of a series of theoretical lectures and hands-on practice with samples from the world famous manuscript collections of Leiden University
During the course Leiden specialists will provide theoretical instruction on issues of editing, paleography, conservation and technical aspects of oriental manuscripts, as well as general topics such as literacy and orality and the transmission of knowledge in the Islamic manuscript culture. Using this information, each participant will complete an assignment involving the production of a sample critical edition under the supervision of the instructors. During the course each participant will be given full library privileges in order to access to the Leiden manuscript collection for preparing and carrying out individual research projects. During this course it will be possible to work with Arabic, Persian or Ottoman manuscripts from the Leiden University collection under expert

Tuesday 29 may 2012
09.00-09.30 Welcome and introduction to the course
09.30-11.30 Manuscripts and editions: tools and literature - Prof. dr.
P.M. Sijpesteijn
11.30-12.30 Introduction to the library and the use of the catalogue -
Drs. B. Kristiansen
14.00-16.00 Highlights of the Leiden Manuscript Collection - Dr. A.
Wednesday 30 may 2012
09.30-11.30 Editing Oriental Manuscripts I - Prof. dr. P.M. Sijpesteijn
11.30-12.30 Arabic printed works - Dr. A. Vrolijk
14.00-17.00 Preparation of assignments
Thursday 31 may 2012
09.30-11.30 Editing Oriental Manuscripts II - Prof. dr. P.M. Sijpesteijn
11.30-12.30 Material aspects of Oriental Manuscripts - Drs. K. Scheper
14.00-17.00 Working on manuscripts in the library
Friday 1 june 2012
09.30-11.30 Arabic manuscripts from Africa - Drs. D. van Dalen
11.30-12.30 Presentation of chosen manuscripts by students
14.00-17.00 Working on manuscripts in the library
Monday 4 june 2012
09.30-11.30 Editing documents - Prof. dr. P.M. Sijpesteijn
11.30-12.30 Presentation of Arabic documents from the UL - Prof. dr.
P.M. Sijpesteijn
14.00-17.00 Working on manuscripts in the library
tuesday 5june 2012
09.30-11.30 Ottoman manuscripts - Dr. J. Schmidt
11.30-12.30 Presentation of Ottoman manuscripts from the UL- Dr. J.
14.00-17.00 Working on manuscripts in the library
Wednesday 6 june 2012
09.30-11.30 The Multiple Lives of Legal Documents in/from Morocco.
Codicology as a Social Science - Prof. dr. L. Buskens
11.30-12.30 Lithographed posters from the Netherlands East Indies - Dr.
N. Kaptein
14.00-17.00 Working on manuscripts in the library
Thursday 7 june 2012
09.30-11.30 Persian manuscripts - Dr. G. van den Berg
11.30-12.30 Presentation of Persian manuscripts from the UL
14.00-17.00 Working on manuscripts in the library
Friday 8 june 2012
10.00 - Students presentations on editions
Practical information
Language of instruction: English
Costs: Euro 750 (including access to the library)
Costs for accommodation and living expenses are to be provided by the
For applications (deadline 1 April) and further information, see

2012年3月 5日 (月)




日本学術振興会特別研究員PD 澤井一彰 氏
(司会:林 佳世子 研究員)

20112年3月22日(木) 午後4:30~6:00

東洋文庫 2階講演室
東洋文庫ホームページ http://www.toyo-bunko.or.jp/

2012年3月 3日 (土)


The Shi’a of Samarra: The Heritage & Politics of a Community in Iraq
Edited by Imranali Panjwani (I.B Tauris, 2012)

Foreword by Charles R. H. Tripp
·         Introduction: Contextualising the Spiritual and Intellectual Heritage of the Samarran Shi‘i Imams by Imranali Panjwani

Part I: History of the Shrine and City in Samarra
·         Samarra: Shi‘i Heritage and Culture by Sajad Jiyad
·         The Shrine in its Historical Context by Alastair Northedge
·         Rebuilding al-Askariyyain Shrine by Usam Ghaidan

Part II: The Life and Legacy of Religious and Scholarly Figures in Samarra’s History
·         The Political Turmoil Facing Imam Ali al-Hadi and Imam Hasan al-Askari by Sayyid Qamar Abbas
·         The Development of Shi‘i Scholarship Before and After Mirza Shirazi and his Intellectual Legacy in Samarra by Sayyid Fadhil Bahrululoom
·         Amili Perspectives of the Hawzas of Samarra and Najaf: Sharaf al-Din and Muhsin al-Amin by Pascal Missak Abidor

Part III: Samarra in Wider Iraqi Discourse: Sectarianism, Politics and Citizenship
·         Sectarianism in Recent Iraqi History: What It Is and What It Isn’t by Peter Sluglett
·         Sectarian Coexistence in Iraq: The Experiences of the Shi‘a in Areas North of Baghdad by Reidar Visser
·         Citizenship and Identity: A Case Study of Shi‘i Muslims in Samarra and Wider Iraq by Amal Imad

·         Section 1: Excerpts of Written Lessons of Mirza Shirazi by Mawla Ali Ruzodari
·         Section 2: Ziyarah of the 10th, 11th and 12th Shi‘i Imams
·         Section 3: An experience of a pilgrim: visiting the Samarra shrine by Sayyid Qamar Abbas

関連する研究所Centre of Islamic Shi'a Studiesのサイトは

所長は18世紀から続くイラクのシーア派ウラマーの名家Bahr al-`Ulum家の方です。

2012年3月 1日 (木)

「イスファハーン、新ジョルファのアルメニア商人: 前近代アジア貿易の研究」

Edmund Herzig. "The Armenian merchants of New Julfa, Isfahan: a study in pre-modern Asian trade". Thesis (D.Phil.)--University of Oxford, 1992.

非常に評価が高く、長年単行本化が待たれていたHerzigさんの博士論文が、なんと大学のサイトから無料でダウンロードできることに気づきました。 イスファハーンの郊外にあるアルメニア地区を拠点としたアルメニア商人の研究です。ヨーロッパ語以外でこれほど商業関係の文書があるのはアルメニア関係しかありませんので、極めて貴重な研究です。




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