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The Institute of Ismaili Studies
Catalogue
of
Publications
2008–2009
Department of Academic
Research and Publications
Catalogue
of
Publications
2008 - 2009
The Institute of Ismaili Studies
and Islamic Publications Ltd.
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London SW1W 0EB
United Kingdom
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© Islamic Publications Ltd. 2008
Contents
The Institute of Ismaili Studies ........................................ 4
Introduction ....................................................................... 5
New Publications ............................................................... 7
Other Publications .......................................................... 21
Forthcoming Publications ................................................74
Qur>anic Studies Project ................................................. 75
List of Publishers ............................................................. 83
Authors, Editors and Translators ................................... 84
Index ................................................................................ 94
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The Institute of Ismaili Studies
T he Institute of Ismaili Studies was established in 1977
with the object of promoting scholarship and learning
on Islam, in the historical as well as contemporary contexts,
and a better understanding of its relationship with other
societies and faiths.
The Institute’s programmes encourage a perspective which
is not confined to the theological heritage of Islam, but
seeks to explore the relationship of religious ideas to
broader dimensions of society and culture. Thus, they
encourage an interdisciplinary approach to materials of
Islamic history and thought. Particular attention is given to
issues of modernity that arise as Muslims seek to relate their
heritage to the contemporary situation. Within the Islamic
tradition, the Institute’s programmes seek to promote
research on those areas which have, to date, received
relatively little attention from scholars. These include the
intellectual and literary expressions of Shi


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