PART I. BIOGRAPHY ; PART II. THEOLOGY ; PART III. HERMENEUTICS ; PART IV. LAW ; PART V. SHI'I AND CHRISTIAN POLEMICS ; PART VI. LEGACY
Yossef Rapoport (PhD, Princeton) has been a Fellow in Arabic at the Oriental Institute, Oxford, and is currently a Lecturer in the Department of History at Queen Mary University of London. He has published on Islamic law, gender, cartography and the economic history of medieval Islam. Shahab Ahmed (PhD, Princeton) is Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies at Harvard University. He has also been Assistant Professor of Classical Arabic Literature at the American University in Cairo, Junior Fellow of the Harvard Society of Fellows, Visiting Scholar in the Department of Near Eastern Studies at Princeton University, and Visiting Scholar at the Islamic Research Institute, Islamabad.