The Muslim World

Cover image for Vol. 104 Issue 3

Edited By: Yahya M. Michot, Timur Yuskaev

Online ISSN: 1478-1913

100th Anniversary Virtual Issue


The Muslim World celebrates 100 years of publication!

Founded in 1911, and sponsored by Hartford Seminary since 1938, The Muslim World journal is published quarterly by the Macdonald Center and Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Company. This scholarly peer reviewed journal, which reaches subscribers in over 65 countries, is dedicated to the promotion and dissemination of scholarly research on Islam and Muslim societies and on historical and current aspects of Christian-Muslim relations. The journal includes research articles on historical and contemporary topics, comparative essays, and book reviews.

The journal, now in its hundredth and one year of publication, started as a tool and resource for protestant missionaries in the "Muslim World." It has evolved into one of the preeminent refereed journals in the field of Islamic Studies and Christian - Muslim relations. To celebrate and commemorate the centennial of The Muslim World we have collected the two most downloaded articles from each decade the journal has been in print. These twenty articles represent an eclectic assortment of authors, scholarship, and insight into the evolution of the journal's rich history.

From Leone Caetani to William M. Watt and Talal Asad, this collection is full of classic and relevant essays spanning the spectrum of topics within Islamic studies and Christian - Muslim relations. We are confident you will find these articles intriguing and informative.

'UTHMAN AND THE RECENSION OF THE KORAN
Leone Caetani

THE MOHAMMEDAN POPULATION OF CHINA.
Marshall Broomhall

THE CRUCIFIXION IN THE KORAN: The Moslem Point of View
Muhammad Din

A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF KORAN TEXTS AND TRANSLATIONS
Sage Jr Woolworth Wm.

SOME CONSIDERATIONS WITH REGARD TO THE HANIF QUESTION
Hilmi Omer Bey

MAIMONIDES AND ISLAM
Henry S. Gehman

FREE WILL AND PREDESTINATION IN EARLY ISLAM
William M. Watt

RABBINIC LEGENDS IN HADITH
Samuel Rosenblatt

THE BIRTH-HOUR OF MUSLIM LAW?
S. D. Goitein

THE ROLE OF DAMASCUS IN THE HISTORY OF THE CRUSADES
Harold S. Fink

THE MILLET SYSTEM IN THE NINETEENTH-CENTURY OTTOMAN EMPIRE
Kamel S. Abu Jaber

A COMPARISON OF THE SUNNI CALIPHATE AND THE SHII IMAMATE
Andrea M. Farsakh

ISLAMIC DUTIES IN HISTORY
Ulrich Haarmann

A NEW LOOK AT AL-AĀKAM AL-SULNIYYA
Donald P. Little

ISLAMIC REVIVALISM AND CHANGE IN SAUDI ARABIA: JUHAYMĀN AL-UTAYB'S “LETTERS” TO THE SAUDI PEOPLE
Joseph A. Kechichian

ISLAM, WOMEN AND REVOLUTION IN TWENTIETH-CENTURY ARAB THOUGHT
Yvonne Y. Haddad

RETHINKING NATIONALISM AND ISLAM: SOME PRELIMINARY NOTES ON THE ROOTS OF “TURKISH-ISLAMIC SYNTHESIS” IN MODERN TURKISH POLITICAL THOUGHT
Gokhan Cetinsaya

EUROPE AGAINST ISLAM: ISLAM IN EUROPE
Talal Asad

SURAT AL-BAQARA: A STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
Raymond K. Farrin

DEMOCRATIC FUNDAMENTALISM? THE PRACTICE AND DISCOURSE OF THE MUSLIM BROTHERS MOVEMENT IN SYRIA
Itzchak Weismann

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