Initial Bibliography (up to 2014)

Agmon, Iris: Family and Court: Legal Culture and Modernity in Late Ottoman Palestine, Syracuse: Syracuse Univ. Press, 2006.

Alam, Muzaffar; Subrahmanyam, Sanjay: “The Making of a Munshi,” Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, 24/2 (2004), pp. 61-72.

Ando, Shiro: Timuridische Emire nach dem Muʿizz al-ansāb: Untersuchungen zur Stammesaristokratie Zentralasiens im 14. und 15. Jahrhundert, Berlin: Klaus Schwarz, 1992.

Aube, Sandra: “La Mosquée bleue de Tabriz (1465): Remarques sur la céramique architecturale Qarâ Qoyunlu,” Studia Iranica, 37/2 (2008), pp. 241-277.

Babajanov Bakhtyar; Szuppe, Maria: Les inscriptions persanes de Chār Bakr, nécropole familiale des khwâja Jûybârî près de Boukhara, Corpus Inscriptionum Iranicarum & IFEAC, London: SOAS, 2002.

Benheira, Mohammed Hocine; Giladi, Anver; Mayeur-Jaouen, Catherine; Sublet, Jacqueline: La Famille en islam d’après les sources arabes, Les Indes savantes: Paris, 2013.

Berkey, Jonathan: The Transmission of Knowledge in Medieval Cairo, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1992.

Bernardini, Michele: Mémoire et propagande à l’époque timouride, Paris: AAEI, 2008.

Broadbridge, Anne F.: Kingship and Ideology in the Islamic and Mongol Worlds, Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2008.

Broadbridge, Anne F.: “Sending Home for Mom and Dad: The Extended Family Impulse in Mamluk Politics,” Mamluk Studies Review, 15 (2011) pp. 1-18 (online version).

Chamberlain, Michael: Knowledge and social practice in medieval Damascus, 1190-1350, Cambridge: CUP, 1994.

Conermann Stephan; Hees, Syrinx von (eds.): Islamwissenschaft als Kulturwissenschaft. I. Historische Anthropologie – Ansätze und Möglichkeiten. Schenefeld: EB-Verlag, 2007.

Daftary, Farhad; Meri, Josef W. (eds.): Culture and Memory in Medieval Islam. Essays in honour of Wilfred Madelung, London – New York: I.B. Tauris, 2003.

Darling, Linda T.: “Political Change and Political Discourse in the Early Modern Mediterranean World,” The Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 38 (2008), pp. 505-553.

Diba, Layla S.: “Persian Painting in the Eighteenth Century: Tradition and Transmission,” Muqarnas 6 (1989), pp. 147-160.

Doumani, Beshara (ed.): Family History in the Middle East. Household, Property, and Gender, Albany: SUNY Press, 2003.

Doumani, Beshara: “Endowing Family: Waqf, Property Devolution, and Gender in Greater Syria, 1800 to 1860,” Comparative Studies in Society and History, 40/1 (Jan., 1998), pp. 3-41.

Dumas, Juliette: “Des esclaves pour époux. Réflexion sur les stratégies matrimoniales de la dynastie ottomane,” Clio : Histoire, femmes et sociétés, 34 (2011), pp. 255-275.

Durand-Guédy, David: “An Emblematic Family of Saljuq Iran: The Khujandis of Isfahan,” in The Seljuqs: Politics, society and culture, C. Lange and S. Mecit (eds.), Edinburgh, Edinburgh Univ. Press, 2011, pp. 182-202.

Eickelman, Dale F.: The Middle East and Central Asia. An anthropological approach, 4th edition, Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 2002.

Elias, Jamal J., “The Sufi Robe (khirqa) as a Vehicle of Spiritual Authority,” in Robes and Honor, Stewart Gordon (ed.), New York, 2001, pp. 275-289.

Endress, Gerhard (ed.): Organizing Knowledge. Encylopaedic Activities in the pre-Eighteenth Century Islamic World, Brill: Leiden, 2006.

Fuess, Albrecht ; Hartung, Jan-Peter (eds.): Court Cultures in the Muslim World, (7th-19th Centuries), London: Routledge, 2011.

Fuess, Albrecht ; Heyberger, Bernard (eds.): La frontière méditerranéenne (15e-17e siècles). Échanges, circulations, et affrontements, Turnhout: Brepols 2014.

Gerber, Haim: “Anthropology and Family History: the Ottoman and Turkish Families,” Journal of Family History, 14 (1989), pp. 409-421.

Gross, Jo-Ann: “Authority and Miraculous Behavior: Reflections on Karāmāt Stories of Khwāja `Ubaydullāh Aḥrār,” in The Heritage of Sufism, Vol. II, Leonard Lewisohn, (ed.), Oxford: OneWorld, 1999, pp. 159-171.

Gross, Jo-Ann: “Multiple Roles and Perceptions of a Sufi Shaikh: Symbolic Statements of Political and Religious Authority,” in Naqshbandis, M. Gaborieau, A. Popovic and T. Zarcone (eds.), Istanbul 1990, pp. 109-121.

Gyselen, Rika; Szuppe, Maria (eds.): Matériaux pour l’histoire économique du Monde Iranien, Paris: AAEI, 1999.

Hambly, Gavin R. J.: “From Baghdad to Bukhara, from Ghazna to Delhi: the Khil’a Ceremony in the Transmission of Kingly Pomp and Circumstance,” in Robes and Honor: The Medieval World of Investiture, Stewart Gordon (ed.), New York, 2001, pp. 193-222.

Hanna, Nelly: Artisan Entrepreneurs in Cairo and Early Modern Capitalism (1600-1800), Syracuse: SUNY Press, 2011.

Hees, Syrinx von: “Die Kraft der Jugend und die Vielfalt der Übergangsphasen – Eine historisch-anthropologische Auswertung von Korankommentaren des 10. bis 15. Jahrhunderts,” in Islamwissenschaft als Kulturwissenschaft, Stephan Conermann and Syrinx von Hees (eds.), Schenefeld: EB-Verlag, 2007, pp. 139-176.

Hermann, Denis; Rezai, Omid: “Le rôle du vaqf dans la formation de la communauté shaykhī kermānī à l’époque qājār (1259-1324/1843-1906),” Studia Iranica, 36/1 (2007), pp. 87-131.

Hermann, Denis; Speziale, Fabrizio, (eds.): Muslim Cultures in the Indo-Iranian World during the Early Modern and Modern Periods, Tehran – Berlin: IFRI – Klaus Schwarz Verlag, 2010.

Hirschler, Konrad: The Written Word in the Medieval Arabic Lands. A Social and Cultural History of Reading Practices, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2012.

Hirschler, Konrad: “Studying Mamluk Historiography. From Source-Criticism to the Cultural Turn,” in Ubi sumus? Quo vademus? Mamluk Studies State of the Art, Stephan Conermann (ed.): Bonn: Bonn University Press, 2013, pp. 159-186.

Kondo, Nobuaki: “Socioeconomic grounds of the khans of Yazd. An analysis of the public building and vaqf endowments,” in Matériaux pour l’histoire économique du Monde Iranien, R. Gyselen and M. Szuppe (eds.), Paris: AAEI, 1999, pp. 249-266.

Lingwood, Chad G.: “Jāmī’s Salāmān va Absāl: Political Statements and Mystical Advice addressed to the Āq Qoyūnlū court of Sultān Ya‘qūb (d. 896/1490),” Iranian Studies, 44/2 (2011), pp. 175-191.

Maeda, Hirotake: “On the Ethno-Social Background of four Gholām Families from Georgia in Safavid Iran,” Studia Iranica, 32/2 (2003), pp. 243-278.

Manz, Beatrice Forbes: “Women in Timurid Dynastic Politics,” in Women in Iran from the Rise of Islam to 1800, Guity Nashat and Lois Beck (eds.), Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2003, pp. 121-139.

Manz, Beatrice Forbes: Power, Politics and Religion in Timurid Iran, Cambridge: CUP, 2007.

Marmon, Shaun E. (ed.): Slavery in the Islamic Middle East, Princeton: Markus Wiener, 1999.

Mayeur-Jaouen, Catherine; Papas, Alexandre (eds.): Family Portraits with Saints. Hagiography, Sanctity, and Family in the Muslim World, Berlin: Klaus Schwarz Verlag, 2013.

McChesney, Robert: “Architecture and Narrative: The Khwaja Abu Nasr Parsa Shrine. Part 1: Constructing the Complex and its Meaning, 1469-1696,” Muqarnas 18 (2001), pp. 94-119; Part 2: ”Representing the Complex in Word and Image, 1696-1998,“ Muqarnas 19 (2002), pp. 78-108.

Meier, Astrid; Pahlitzsch, Joachim; Reinfandt, Lucian (eds.): Islamische Stiftungen zwischen juristischer Norm und sozialer Praxis, Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2009.

Meier, Astrid: “Patterns of family formation in early Ottoman Damascus. Three military households of the 17th and 18th centuries,” in Bilad al-Sham under Ottoman rule. Essays in honor of ‘Abdulkarim Rafeq, Peter Sluglett (ed.), Leiden: Brill, 2011, pp. 347-369.

Meriwether, Margret L.: The Kin who count. Family and Society in Ottoman Aleppo, 1770-1840, Austin 1999.

Michel, Nicolas: “Les waqfs d’un homme d’État ottoman dans la seconde moitié du XVIe siècle: essai de synthèse”, Turcica, 43 (2011), pp. 269-308.

Michel, Nicolas; Lellouch, Benjamin, (eds.): Conquête ottomane de l’Égypte (1517). Impacts et échos d’un événement majeur, Leiden: Brill, 2012.

Niewöhner-Eberhard, Elke: Die Daštakīs. Die Familiengeschichte des Autors asan Fasāʾī im Fārsnāma-yi Nāirī, Berlin: Klaus Schwarz, 2009.

Papas, Alexandre: Soufisme et politique entre Chine, Tibet et Turkestan, Paris: Jean Maisonneuve, 2005.

Papas, Alexandre: Mystiques et vagabonds en Islam, Paris: Les Editions du Cerf, 2010.

Paul, Jürgen: “Forming a Faction: the himāyat system of Khwaja Ahrar,” International Journal of Middle East Studies, 23/3 (1991), pp. 533-548.

Paul, Jürgen: Doctrine and Organization. The Khwājagān/Naqshbandīya in the first generation after Bahā’uddīn, Halle-Berlin: Das Arabische Buch, 1998 [ANOR, 1].

Pfeiffer, Judith, (ed.): Politics, Patronage and the Transmission of Knowledge in 13th-15th Century Tabriz, Brill: Leiden, 2013.

Peirce, Leslie P.: The Imperial Harem. Women and Sovereignty in the Ottoman Empire, Oxford University Press, 1993.

Rapoport, Yossef: Marriage, Money and Divorce in Medieval Islamic Society, Cambridge: CUP, 2005.

Reichmuth, Stefan: The World of Murtaā al-Zabīdī (1732-1791). Life, Networks and Writings, London: Gibb Memorial Trust, 2009.

Reinhard, Wolfgang: Freunde und Kreaturen. “Verflechtung” als Konzept zur Erforschung historischer Führungsgruppen. Römische Oligarchie um 1600, München: Ernst Vogel, 1979.

Rettig, Simon: “La production manuscrite à Chiraz sous les Aq Qoyunlu entre 1467 et 1503,” thèse de doctorat, Université Aix-Marseille I – Université de Provence, 2011.

Richard 2001, “Naṣr al-Din Solṭāni, Naṣir al-Din Mozahheb et la bibliothèque d’Ebrāhim Solṭān,” Studia Iranica 30/1, 2001, pp. 87-104.

Richard, Francis; Szuppe, Maria (eds.): Écrit et culture en Asie centrale et dans le monde turco-iranien, Xe-XIXe siècles / Writing and Culture in Central Asia and in the Turko-Iranian World, 10th-19th Centuries, Paris: AAEI, 2009.

Sabra, Adam: “Autobiography and Family History in Seventeenth-Century Egypt: Ahmad ibn Zayn ai-‘Abidin’s Qalaid al-minan wa faraid al-zaman,” in Objectivity and Subjectivity in the Historiography of Egypt. In Honour of Nelly Hanna, Nasser Ahmad Ibrahim (ed.), Cairo, 2012, pp. 46-72.

Sayeed, Asma: Women and the Transmission of Religious Knowledge in Islam, Cambridge: CUP, 2013.

Schilcher, Linda Schatkowski: “The Lore and Reality of Middle Eastern Patriarchy,“ Die Welt des Islams, New Series, Bd. 28, Nr. 1/4 (1988), pp. 496-512.

Sievert, Henning: “Good and bad relations with fictitious family. Factions, household and interpersonal relations in Mamluk Egypt and Syria,” in Everything is on the Move. The “Mamluk Empire” as a Node in (Trans-)Regional Networks, Stephan Conermann (ed.), Bonn: Bonn University Press, 2014 [forthcoming].

Sonbol, Amira El Azhary (ed.), Women, the Family, and Divorce Laws in Islamic History, Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1996.

Steenbergen, Jo van: Order out of Chaos. Patronage, Conflict and Mamluk Socio-Political Culture, 1341-1382, Leiden: Brill, 2006.

Subtelny, Maria E.: “Babur’s Rival Relations: A Study of Kinship and Conflict in 15th and 16th Century Central Asia,” Der Islam, 66 (1989), pp. 101-118.

Subtelny, Maria E.; Khalidov, A.B.: “The curriculum of Islamic higher learning in Timurid Iran in the light of the Sunni revival under Shah-Rukh,” Journal of the American Oriental Society 115/2 (1995), pp. 210-236.

Subtelny, Maria: Timurids in Transition. Turko-Persian Politics and Acculturation in Medieval Iran, Leiden: Brill, 2007.

Szuppe, Maria: “La participation des femmes de la famille royale à l’exercice du pouvoir en Iran safavide au XVI siècle,” Part 1: Studia Iranica, 23/2 (1994), pp. 211-258, and Part 2: Studia Iranica, 24/1 (1995), pp. 61-122.

Szuppe, Maria, “Kinship Ties between the Safavids and the Qizilbash Amirs in the Late 16th century Iran. A Case study of the Political Career of the Members of the Sharaf al-Din Oghli Tekelu Family,” in Safavid Persia. The History and Politics of an Islamic Society, Charles Melville (ed.), London: I.B. Tauris, 1996, pp. 79-104.

Szuppe, Maria; Muminov, Ashirbek: “Un document généalogique (nasab-nāma) d’une famille de Ḫwāja Yasawī dans le Khanat de Kokand (XIXe s.),” Eurasian Studies, 1 (2002), pp. 1-35.

Szuppe, Maria: “Circulation des lettrés et cercles littéraires: Entre Asie centrale, Iran et Inde du Nord (XVe-XVIIIe siècle),” Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales, 59e Année, No. 5/6, Asie centrale (Sep. – Dec., 2004), pp. 997-1018.

Szuppe, Maria: “A Glorious Past and an Outstanding Present: Writing a Collection of Biographies in Late Persianate Central Asia”, in The Rhetoric of Biography. Narrating Lives in Persianate Societies, L. Marlow (ed.), Harvard University Press, Cambridge Mass., 2011, pp. 41-88.

Touati, Houari: Islam et voyage au Moyen Âge. Histoire et anthropologie d’une pratique lettrée, Paris: Le Seuil, 2000.

Tucker, Judith E.: Women, Family and Gender in Islamic Law, Cambridge: CUP, 2008.

Werner, Christoph: “Ein Vaqf für meine Töchter: Ḫātūn Ǧān Bēgum und die Stiftungen zur ‘Blauen Moschee’ in Tabriz,“ Der Islam, 80 (2003), pp. 94-109.

Werner, Christoph: “Soziale Aspekte von Stiftungen zugunsten des Schreins von Imām Riżā in Mašhad,“ in Islamische Stiftungen zwischen juristischer Norm und sozialer Praxis, Astrid Meier, Joachim Pahlitzsch and Lucian Reinfandt (eds.), Berlin 2009, pp. 167-189.

Werner, Christoph; Zakrzewski, Daniel; Tillschneider, Hans-Thomas: Die Kujuji Stiftungen in Tabriz. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Jalayiriden (Edition, Übersetzung, Kommentar), Wiesbaden: L. Reichert, 2013.

Wollina, Torsten: “Ibn Ṭawq’s Taʿlīq. An Ego Document for Mamlūk Studies,” in Ubi sumus? Quo vademus? Mamluk Studies State of the Art, Stephan Conermann (ed.): Bonn: Bonn University Press, 2013, pp. 337-362.

Zarcone, Thierry: “Sufi Private Family Archives: Regarding Some Unknown Sources on the Intellectual History of Sufi Lineages in 20th Century Xinjiang,” in Studies on Xinjiang Historical Sources in 17-20th Centuries, James A. Millward, Yashushi Shinmen and Jun Sugawara (eds.), Tokyo: The Toyo Bunko, 2010, pp. 140-161.

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