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1. Hirschler, Konrad. "Pre-Eighteenth-Century Traditions of Revivalism: Damascus in the Thirteenth Century." Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 68, 2 (2005): 195-214.
Subjects: Scholarship/Individuals--Abu Shamah
2. Hirschler, Konrad. Review of Kompilation in arabischen Chroniken: die Überlieferung vom Aufstand der Zanğ zwischen Geschichtlichkeit und Intertextualität vom 9. bis ins 15. Jahrhundert, by Kurt Franz. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (3rd ser.) 15, 3 (2005): 357-358.
Subjects: Historiography
3. Hirschler, Konrad. Review of Ibn al-Wardī: Adīb Bilād al-Shām, by Maḥmūd Sālim Muḥammad. Mamlūk Studies Review 9, 2 (2005): 229.
Subjects: Individuals--Ibn al-Wardi, Zayn al-Din/Literature
4. Hirschler, Konrad. "Narrating the Past: Social Contexts and Literary Structures of Arabic Historical Writing in the Seventh/Thirteenth Century." Ph.D. dissertation, University of London (SOAS), 2003.
Subjects: Scholarship/Individuals--Abu Shamah
5. Hirschler, Konrad, Medieval Arabic Historiography: Authors as Actors. x, 181 pp.. London and New York: Routledge, 2006.
Series: SOAS/Routledge Studies on the Middle East, 5
Notes: Review see Bora, Fuess.
Subjects: Historiography/Individuals--Abu Shamah/Individuals--Ibn Wasil
6. Hirschler, Konrad. Review of Fī Tārīkh al-Ayyūbīyīn wa-al-Mamālīk, by Qāsim ʿAbduh Qāsim. Mamlūk Studies Review 9, 1 (2005): 240-242.
Subjects: General works
7. Hirschler, Konrad. "Social Contexts of Medieval Arabic Historical Writing: Court Scholars Versus Ideal/Withdrawn Scholars Ibn Wāṣil and ʾAbū Šāma." In Egypt and Syria in the Fatimid, Ayyubid and Mamluk Eras IV, Proceedings of the 9th and 10th International Colloquium, Edited by Vermeulen, Urbain//Van Steenbergen, Jo, 311-331. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, May 2000 and 2001. Leuven: Uitgeverij Peeters, 2005.
Series: Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta, 140
Subjects: Historiography/Individuals--Abu Shamah/Individuals--Ibn Wasil
8. Hirschler, Konrad. "Formation of the Civilian Elite in the Syrian Province: The Case of Ayyubid and Early Mamluk Ḥamāh." Mamlūk Studies Review 12, 2 (2008): 95-132.
Subjects: Politics/Social Relations/Places--Ḥamāh
9. Hirschler, Konrad, "Studying Mamluk Historiography. From Source-Criticism to the Cultural Turn." In Ubi sumus? Quo vademus?: Mamluk Studies-State of the Art. 1. Edited by Conermann, Stephan. p. 159-186. Goettingen: V&R unipress; Bonn University Press, 2013.
Series: Mamluk Studies, 3
Subjects: Historiography
10. Hirschler, Konrad, The Written Word in the Medieval Arabic Lands: A Social and Cultural History of Reading Practices. 1. 234 p.. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2012.
Notes: Review see: Fuess
Subjects: Scholarship/Culture
11. Hirschler, Konrad, "Ibn Wāṣil: An Ayyūbid Perspective on Frankish Lordships and Crusades." In Medieval Muslim Historians and the Franks in the Levant. 1. Edited by Mallett, Alex. 136-160. Leiden: Brill, 2014.
Series: The Muslim World in the Age of the Crusades, 2
Subjects: Individuals--Ibn Wasil
12. Hirschler, Konrad. "From Archive to Archival Practices: Rethinking the Preservation of Mamluk Administrative Documents." Journal of the American Oriental Society 136, 1 (January-March 2016): pp. 1-28.
Notes: See online https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7817/jameroriesoci.136.1.1
Subjects: Administration
13. Hirschler, Konrad, A Monument to Medieval Syrian Book Culture: The Library of Ibn ʿAbd al-Hādī. x+612 pp. with 19 + 59 unpaginated plates. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2020.
Series: Edinburgh Studies in Classical Islamic History and Culture,
Notes: Review see Liebrenz
Subjects: Scholarship

 

 

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