Adam Sabra   ( : 069418764)

Professor of History and King Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud Chair in Islamic Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara

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The Interpreter of Secrets

Based on a study of twelve Arabic manuscripts, is a critical edition of the entire surviving corpus of the poetry of Muḥammad ibn Abī al-Hasan al-Bakrī (930-994/1524-1586), a leading jurist, Sufi, and literary figure in sixteenth-century Cairo. The texts of the poems are accompanied by a critical apparatus including all of the plausible variant readings and alternative versions of the poems. Al-Bakrī was a major literary figure, and his Sufi poetry belongs to a tradition that draws on the work of poets such as Ibn al-Fāriḍ, Ibn al-ʿArabī, al-Būṣīrī, and ʿAlī Wafā.

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The Dīwān of Šayḫ Muḥammad b. Abī al-Ḥasan al-Bakrī
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The Guidebook for Gullible Jurists and Mendicants to the Conditions for Befriending Emirs and, The Abbreviated Guidebook for Gullible Jurists and Mendicants to the Conditions for Befriendig Emirs by ‘Abd al-Wahhāb ibn Aḥmad ‘Alī al-Sha‘rānī
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Histoire de deux textes médiévaux égyptiens de l’auteur soufi bien connu, Sha‘arani : le Guidebook for Gullible Jurist and Mendicants to the conditions to Befriending Emirset son abrégé, le Abreviated Guidebook for Gullible Jurist and Mendicants to the conditions to Befriending Emirs

Le développement du soufisme en Égypte à l’époque mamelouke
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Cet ensemble de communications rassemble les travaux de dix-huit chercheurs tous spécialistes du soufisme médiéval. Rédigés en français, anglais et arabe, ces articles apportent un nouvel éclairage à l’Égypte de la période mamelouke (c.