A Jewish Vizier and his Shīʿī Manifesto: Jews, Shīʿīs, and the Politicization of Confessional Identities in Mongol-ruled Iraq and Iran (13th to 14th centuries) : Der Islam
AbstractThis paper seeks to situate Jewish individuals from the upper echelons of the Mongol government in Iran and Iraq (1258‒1335) in relation to the process of confessional, Sunnī-Shīʿī polarization. Focusing on the case of the Baghdadi Jewish physician and vizier Saʿd al-Dawla (d.
ʿAli Qoli Jebādār et l’Occidentalisme Safavide – Une étude sur les peintures dites <i>farangi sāzi</i>, leurs milieux et commanditaires sous Shāh Soleimān (1666-94) | brill
Table des matières Remerciements Transcription du persan Liste des abréviations dans les notes Liste des illustrations et crédits photos Introduction Farangi sāzi L’objet de la recherche : le mécénat sous Shāh Soleimān Méthodologie et sources Plan ʿAli Qoli Jebādār : l’artiste aux titres royaux Introduction La question des origines de ʿAli Qoli Jebādār et son importance relative Une main, une signature Jebādār et la question de Jebākhāneh La carrière de ʿAli Qoli Jebādār : une nouvelle datation Bilan Farangi sāzi ?
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Religious knowledge is at the heart of the Shiʿi system of clerical authority known as the marjaʿiyya. Given the multiplicity of more or less well-established claimants to the position, this article explores the scholarly credentials of the contemporary marjaʿ[source of emulation; pl. marājiʿ].
Perhaps the most significant result of these intertwined processes was the emergence of distinct publics and public spaces in the midst of early modern European urban life. These publics and public spaces were the result of complex interactions between political authorities and communities in the context of the emergent market economies and empire- and state-building projects.
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