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The Mamlukisation of the Mamluk Sultanate II: historiography, political order and state formation in fifteenth-century Egypt and Syria

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Trajectories of State Formation across Fifteenth-Century Islamic West-Asia - Eurasian Parallels, Connections and Divergences

Author(s): Jo Van Steenbergen
Published in: Rulers & Elites. Comparative Studies in Governance, 18, 2020, Page(s) 361, ISBN 9789004431317
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004431317

New Readings in Arabic Historiography from Late Medieval Egypt and Syria - Proceedings of the themed day of the Fifth Conference of the School of Mamluk Studies

Author(s): Jo Van Steenbergen, Maya Termonia
Published in: Islamic History and Civilization, 179, 2021, Page(s) 521, ISBN 9789004458901
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004458901

How to make it in Cairo : the early career of Burhān al-Dīn al-Biqāʿī

Author(s): Kenneth Goudie
Published in: MAMLŪK STUDIES REVIEW = MAJALLAT AL-DIRĀSĀT AL-MAMLŪKĪYAH, 23, 2020, Page(s) 203-230, ISSN 1086-170X
Publisher: The Middle East Documentation Center at The University of Chicago (MEDOC)
DOI: 10.6082/kz5z-7p81

Tales of reverence and powers : Ibn Ḥajar’s narratives of religious charismatic authority

Author(s): Zacharie Mochtari de Pierrepont
Published in: MAMLŪK STUDIES REVIEW = MAJALLAT AL-DIRĀSĀT AL-MAMLŪKĪYAH., 23, 2020, Page(s) 103-131, ISSN 1086-170X
Publisher: The Middle East Documentation Center at The University of Chicago (MEDOC)
DOI: 10.6082/3bs8-9j24

Truth and Politics in Late Medieval Arabic Historiography: the Formation of Sultan Barsbāy’s State (1422‒1438) and the Narratives of the Amir Qurqumās al-Shaʿbānī (d. 1438)

Author(s): Jo Van Steenbergen, Stijn Van Nieuwenhuyse
Published in: Der Islam, 95/1, 2018, Page(s) 147-187, ISSN 0021-1818
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG
DOI: 10.1515/islam-2018-0006

Fifteenth-century Arabic historiography : introducing a new research agenda for authors, texts and contexts

Author(s): Jo Van Steenbergen, Mustafa Banister, Rihab Ben Othmen, Kenneth Goudie, Zacharie Mochtari de Pierrepont, Mohamed Maslouh
Published in: MAMLŪK STUDIES REVIEW = MAJALLAT AL-DIRĀSĀT AL-MAMLŪKĪYAH., 23, 2020, Page(s) 33-68, ISSN 1086-170X
Publisher: The Middle East Documentation Center at The University of Chicago (MEDOC)
DOI: 10.6082/2kpc-6c49

A tale of hybrid identities : notes on Ibn Taghrībirdī’s textual and authorial 'self-fashioning'

Author(s): Rihab Ben Othmen
Published in: MAMLŪK STUDIES REVIEW = MAJALLAT AL-DIRĀSĀT AL-MAMLŪKĪYAH, 23, 2020, Page(s) 165-201, ISSN 1086-170X
Publisher: The Middle East Documentation Center at The University of Chicago (MEDOC)
DOI: 10.6082/w3yg-2y25

Professional mobility in Ibn ʿArabshāh’s fifteenth-century panegyric dedicated to Sultan al-Ẓāhir Jaqmaq

Author(s): Mustafa Banister
Published in: MAMLŪK STUDIES REVIEW = MAJALLAT AL-DIRĀSĀT AL-MAMLŪKĪYAH, 23, 2020, Page(s) 133-163, ISSN 1086-170X
Publisher: Chicago
DOI: 10.6082/vdv7-yn26

Revisiting the Mamlūk empire : political action, relationships of power, entangled networks, and the sultanate of Cairo in late medieval Syro-Egypt

Author(s): Jo Van Steenbergen
Published in: The Mamluk sultanate from the perspective of regional and world history : economic, social and cultural development in an era of increasing international interaction and competition, Mamluk Studies 17, 2019, Page(s) 77-108, ISBN 9783-847104117
Publisher: Bonn University Press at V&R unipress GmbH