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Studies in Pre-modern Arab History



STUDIES IN PRE-MODERN ARAB HISTORY AND EAST-WEST ENCOUNTERS  

Trivent Publishing, H-1119 Budapest, Etele u. 59-61

Imprint: Trivent Medieval



SERIES EDITORS

Ahmed M. A. Sheir, Trinity College Dublin, SHEIRA@tcd.ie

Amar S. Baadj, Trier University


ABOUT THE SERIES
 

This series is broadly concerned with the political, economic, social, cultural, and intellectual history of the Arabs and the Arab World, as well as the relations of the Arabs with others, from Antiquity up to the Early Modern period. It is especially concerned with the themes of East-West Encounters, and Relations between Europe and the Islamic World in the Pre-Modern Period. The texts that are published may include monographs, edited volumes, translations (of primary sources or of relevant and outstanding modern studies) and critical editions of primary sources (in Arabic or other relevant primary source languages).


Proposals on the following topics are particularly welcome:

- The Arabs in Antiquity and their Relations with Surrounding Peoples and Cultures

- Arab and Muslim history from the Umayyad period up to the end of the Mamluk period

- Arab-Byzantine relations and encounters

- Arab-Latin Encounters

- The Crusades

- Influences of the Mongols on East-West, Christian-Muslim, and Arab-Latin relations

- Encounters between the Western Islamic lands and the Mashriq

- Encounters between Muslims and Christians in Al-Andalus and Sicily

- Medieval and Early Modern Mediterranean Maritime History and Trade

- Modern Arab and Orientalist Scholarship on the Pre-Modern History of the Middle East and North Africa 



Studies in Pre-modern Arab History

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