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070.465, Spring 2020

Khan, Naveeda, Spring 2020
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Enrolled course users: for a list of electronic readings, see https://ares.library.jhu.edu/shib/.
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1. Approaching the Qurʼan: the early revelations Book , Print , CD in English
introduced and translated by Michael Sells. 1999 .

Sells, Michael Anthony

2. Bhima, lone warrior Book , Print in English
M.T. Vasudevan Nair ; translated by Gita Krishnankutty. 2013 .

Vāsudēvan Nāyar, Eṃ. Ti., 1933-

3. Europe and the mystique of Islam Book , Print in English
Maxime Rodinson ; translated by Roger Veinus. 2002 .

Rodinson, Maxime.

Introduction to the English Edition -- Western Views of the Muslim World -- Middle Ages -- Toward a Less Polemical Image -- Coexistence and Reconciliation -- From Coexistence to Objectivity -- Birth of Orientalism -- Enlightenment -- Nineteenth Century…
4. The forty rules of love: [a novel of Rumi] Book , Print in English
Elif Shafak. 2011 .

Shafak, Elif, 1971-

Traces the parallel stories of a present day Massachusetts, unhappily married professional reader, Ella Rubinstein's inspiration of the story of Shams of Tabriz, and her own transformation, and, the 13th-century transformation of a successful but unhappy cleric, Rumi, into a…
5. The Hindus: an alternative history Book , Print in English
Wendy Doniger. 2009 .

Doniger, Wendy.

A narrative account of history and myth that offers a new way of understanding one of the world's oldest major religions, this book elucidates the relationship between recorded history and imaginary worlds. Hinduism does not lend itself easily to a strictly chronological account:…
edited by Arindam Chakrabarti, Sibaji Bandyopadhyay. 2015 .

Alf Hiltebeitel. 2001 .

Hiltebeitel, Alf.

1. Introduction -- 2. Author in the Works -- 3. Conventions of the Naimisa Forest -- 4. Moving along with the Naimiseya Rsis -- 5. Don't Be Cruel -- 6. Listening to Nala and Damayanti -- 7. Draupadi's Question -- 8. Vyasa and Suka: An Allegory of Writing.
Mohammed A. Bamyeh. 1999 .

Bamyeh, Mohammed A.

The story of the origins of Islam provides a rich and suggestive example of sweeping cultural transformation. Incorporating both innovation and continuity, Islam built upon the existing cultural patterns among the peoples of the Arabian Peninsula even as it threatened to…