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1. Bora, Fozia. Review of Texts, Documents and Artefacts: Islamic Studies in Honour of D. S. Richards, edited by Chase F. Robinson. The Muslim World Book Review 25, 2 (2005): 58-60.
Subjects: Individuals--Shaykh, al-Mu'ayyad/Individuals--Ibn Nahid/Places--Damascus/Scholarship/Individuals--Ibn al-Najib/Religion/Arts/Culture/Politics/Social relations/Individuals--Ibn al-Adim/Historiography/Military
2. Bora, Fozia. Review of Medieval Arabic Historiography: Authors as Actors, by Konrad Hirschler. The Muslim World Book Review 28, 1 (2007): 56-59.
Subjects: Historiography/Individuals--Abu Shamah/Individuals--Ibn Wasil
3. Bora, Fozia. Review of The Chronicles and Annalistic Sources of the Early Mamluk Circassian Period, by Sami G. Massoud. The Muslim World Book Review 28, 4 (2008): 44-46.
Subjects: Historiography
4. Bora, Fozia. "Mamluk Historian's Holograph. Messages from a musawwada of Taʾrīkh." Journal of Islamic Manuscripts 3, 2 (2012): 119 -153.
Notes: The holographic musawwada of the Mamluk historian Ibn al-Furāt’s (d. 1405) universal chronicle Taʾrīkh al-duwal waʾl-mulūk (covering 1107-1396) survives as a Vienna unicum
Subjects: Individuals--Ibn al-Furat/Historiography

 

 

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