Remapping Emergent Islam
Remapping Emergent Islam
Texts, Social Settings, and Ideological Trajectories
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1 / Introduction - Carlos A. Segovia

Re-Assessing the Hypothesis of a Peripheral Jewish Background

2 / South Arabian "Judaism," Himyarite Rahmanism, and the Origins of Islam - Aaron W. Hughes

3 / The Absence of the Messiah in the Qur'an and the Evidence of Jewish Eschatology - José Costa

An Encrypted Manichaean/Messalian Matrix?

4 / The Astral Messenger, The Lunar Redemption, The Solar Salvation: Manichaean Cosmic Soteri-ology in the Qur'an's Archaic Surahs (Q 84, Q 75, Q 54) - Daniel Beck

5 / Binitarianism, Messalianism, and the East-Syrian Background of the Early Quranic Milieu - Carlos A. Segovia

Measuring the World's Timeline= and Imagining the Afterlife at the Persian Court?

6 / The Jewish and Christian Background of the Original Islamic Calendar - Basil Lourié

7 / The Persian Keys to Quranic Paradise - Gilles Courtieu

Conceptual Quicksands, Meta-Narratives of Identity, Texts, and their Marginalia

8 / "Extremist" Shi'ism and Muhammad's Alleged Message - Mohammad Ali Amir-Moezzi

9 / Echoes of Pseudepigrapha in the Qur'an - Tommaso Tesei

10 / What Do We Mean by the Qur'an? On Palimpsests, Collections, and Inter-Narrative Identity - Emilio González Ferrín

Recensies en Artikelen

"Cet ouvrage a le mérite de proposer des réflexions stimulantes et d’ouvrir des débats originaux et novateurs pour les études sur le Coran et les débuts de l’islam – contribution fort appréciable, dans un domaine où de nombreux travaux, loin d’ouvrir des perspectives nouvelles, ont plutôt tendance à fermer dogmatiquement des portes."
- Guillaume Dye, Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Bulletin critique des Annales islamologiques, No. 36 (2022)

Carlos A. Segovia (red.)

Remapping Emergent Islam

Texts, Social Settings, and Ideological Trajectories

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This multidisciplinary collective volume advances the scholarly discussion on the origins of Islam. It simultaneously focuses on three domains: texts, social contexts, and ideological developments relevant for the study of Islam’s beginnings -- taking the latter expression in its broadest possible sense. The intersections of these domains need to be examined afresh in order to obtain a clear picture of the concurrent phenomena that collectively enabled both the gradual emergence of a new religious identity and the progressive delimitation of its initially fuzzy boundaries.

Carlos A. Segovia

Carlos A. Segovia is Lecturer in Qur’anic and Religious Studies at Saint Louis University-Madrid and founding Co-Director of the Early Islamic Studies Seminar: International Scholarship on the Qur’an and Islamic Origins.