Non-Muslim Contributions to Islamic Civilisation

Series Editor(s): Carole Hillenbrand, Myriam Wissa

Provides new insights into the contributions of non-Muslims to the shaping of Islamic civilisation from 500-1800

Islamic culture exists in a complex web of exchanges, in which important communities of non-Muslims have played a dynamic role in creating shared projects of collective identification. This series reveals new perspectives, bringing to life the long and varied contributions of Jewish, Christian (including Armenian, Coptic, Ethiopian, Georgian, Mozarabic and Syriac), Samaritan, Gnostic, Manichaean, Mandean, Harranian, Buddhist, Zoroastrian, ‘Shamanist’ and other cultures to the intellectual, ideological, legal, economic and technological development of Islamic civilisation.

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About the series editors

  • Myriam Wissa is Senior Research Fellow at the University of London.
  • Carole Hillenbrand is Honorary Professorial Fellow, Professor Emerita at the University of Edinburgh and Professor of Islamic History, University of St Andrews.

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