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Practice leads to theory: Orthodoxy and the spiritual struggle in the world of Philoxenos of Mabbug (470--523)
Infectious ideas: Contagion in medieval Islamic and Christian thought
Room for interpretation: Qur'anic exegesis and gender
Mercenary logic: Muslim soldiers in the service of the Crown of Aragon, 1265--1309
Egypt, the Cold War, and the Civil War in Yemen, 1962--1966
Narrative judgments: The qadi al-Tanukhi and the "Faraj" genre in medieval Arabic literature
Overlapping jurisdictions: Confessional boundaries and judicial choice among Christians and Jews under early Muslim rule
Loss of caliphate: The trauma and aftermath of 1258 and 1924
From welfare to wealth: Ottoman and Castilian grain trade policies in a time of change
Plagues, famines, earthquakes: The Jews of Ottoman Syria and natural disasters
Doubt's benefit: Legal maxims in Islamic law, 7th-16th centuries
Reform, politics and culture among the Muslims in Bulgaria, 1878-1908
Christianity and Iranian society in late Antiquity, ca. 500--700 CE
The history and doctrine of the Zahiri madhhab
Syria between Byzantium and Islam: Making incommensurables speak
Africans in Arabia Felix: Aksumite relations with Himyar in the sixth century C.E.
The Independently Fortified Tower: An International Type in Ottoman Military Architecture, 1452--1462
In the courts of the nations: Jews, Muslims, and legal pluralism in nineteenth-century Morocco
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