By Arnold E Franklin, Roxani Eleni Margariti, Marina Rustow, Uriel Simonsohn
Edited via Arnold E. Franklin, Queens university, urban collage of latest York, Roxani Eleni Margariti, Emory collage, Marina Rustow, Johns Hopkins college, Uriel Simonsohn, collage of Haifa
This quantity brings jointly articles at the cultural, spiritual, social and advertisement interactions between Jews, Christians and Muslims within the medieval and early sleek classes. Written by means of major students in Jewish reports, Islamic reports, medieval background and social and monetary historical past, the contributions to this quantity replicate the profound impression on those fields of the volume’s honoree, Professor Mark R. Cohen.
Arnold E. Franklin, Ph.D. (2001), Princeton collage, is affiliate professor within the historical past division at Queens collage, urban college of recent York. His examine makes a speciality of medieval Jewish society within the Islamic global. His fresh publication, This Noble condo: Jewish Descendants of King David within the Medieval Islamic East (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012), is a research of the profound main issue with biblical family tree that built between Jews in Arabic-speaking lands.
Roxani Eleni Margariti, Ph.D. ( 2002), Princeton college, is affiliate professor at Emory college, and the writer of Aden and the Indian Ocean exchange: a hundred and fifty Years within the lifetime of a Medieval Arabian Port (University of North Carolina Press, 2007).
Marina Rustow, Ph.D. (2004), Columbia college, is the Charlotte Bloomberg professor within the Humanities and an affiliate professor within the heritage division at Johns Hopkins college. She is the writer of Heresy and the Politics of group: The Jews of the Fatimid Caliphate (Cornell college Press, 2008), which received the Salo Baron Prize and the Jordan Schnitzer Award, and the co-editor of Jewish reports on the Crossroads of Anthropology and heritage: Authority, Diaspora, culture (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011).
Uriel Simonsohn, Ph.D. (2008), Princeton collage, is assistant professor within the division of center japanese reviews on the college of Haifa. he's a historian of early Islamic heritage. His booklet, a standard Justice: The felony Allegiances of Christians and Jews below Early Islam (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011), explores the social affiliations of non-Muslims within the first few centuries after the Islamic conquest.
Scholars and scholars drawn to the heritage of interreligious encounters in pre-modern instances will locate this quantity of indispensible worth. The publication will specially attract those that search to delve into the literary, criminal, and social manifestations of such encounters.
'In a interval marked through an inflation of proliferating Festschriften, it's a excitement to learn a ebook of caliber articles essentially fascinated with the learn parts of a really helpful student. Mark R. Cohen, who taught for 40 years at Princeton college, pursued leading edge investigations of Jewish-Islamic family members within the nation-states of either economics and politics in mild of findings from the Cairo Geniza, a Jewish repository of thousands of medieval literary and documentary texts'.
DANIEL J . LASKER, Ben-Gurion collage of the Negev, in Renaissance Quarterly Vol. sixty eight, No. 2 (Summer 2015), pp. 706-708