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1. Homerin, Th. Emil, "ʿUmar ibn al-Fāriḍ, a Saint of Mamluk and Ottoman Egypt." In Manifestations of Sainthood in Islam. Edited by Smith, G. M.//Ernst, C. W.. 85-94. Istanbul: The Isis Press, 1993.
Subjects: Individuals--Ibn al-Farid/Literature/Religion
2. Homerin, Th. Emil, "'I've Stayed by the Grave': An Elegy/Nasīb for Nuḍār." In Literary Heritage of Classical Islam: Arabic and Islamic Studies in Honor of James A. Bellamy. Edited by Mir, Mustansir. 107-118. Princeton: Darwin Press, 1993.
Notes: Review see Sells.
Subjects: Literature
3. Homerin, Th. Emil, "Sufis and Their Detractors in Mamluk Egypt: A Survey of Protagonists and Institutional Settings." In Islamic Mysticism Contested: Thirteen Centuries of Controversies and Polemics. Edited by De Jong, Frederick//Radtke, Bernd. 225-247. Leiden, Boston, and Köln: Brill, 1999.
Series: Islamic History and Civilization. Studies and Texts, 29
Notes: Review see Berger; Geoffroy; Hofmann; Knysh; Kropáček; Lory; Morris; Netton; Safi; Zarcone
Subjects: Religion
4. Homerin, Th. Emil, "Mystical Improvisations: Ibn al-Fāriḍ Plays al-Mutanabbī." In Ghazal as World Literature I: Transformations of a Literary Genre. edited byBauer, Thomas//Neuwirth, Angelika.107-130. Beirut: Ergon Verlag Würzburg in Kommission, 2005.
Subjects: Individuals--Ibn al-Farid
5. Homerin, Th. Emil, "Ibn al-Fāriḍ's Personal Dīwān." In Le développement du soufisme en Égypte à l'époque mamelouke. Edited by McGregor, Richard J. A.//Sabra, Adam Abdelhamid. 233-243. Cairo: Institut français d'archéologie orientale, 2006.
Series: Cahier des Annales islamologiques, 27
Notes: Additional titles: Taṭawwur al-Taṣawwuf fī Miṣr fī al-ʿAṣr al-Mamlūkī; The Development of Sufism in Mamluk Egypt.
Subjects: Individuals--Ibn al-Farid
6. Homerin, Th. Emil. "A Bird Ascends the Night: Elegy and Immortality in Islam." Journal of the American Academy of Religion 58, 4 (1991): 247-280.
Subjects: Literature/Religion
7. Homerin, Th. Emil. "The Domed Shrine of Ibn al-Fāriḍ." Annales islamologiques/Ḥawlīyāt Islāmīyah 25, (1991): 133-138.
Subjects: Architecture/Individuals--Ibn al-Farid
8. Homerin, Th. Emil. "Reflections on Arabic Poetry in the Mamluk Age." Mamlūk Studies Review 1, (1997): 63-85.
Notes: Online at: http://mamluk.uchicago.edu/
Subjects: Literature
9. Homerin, Th. Emil. "Ibn Taimīya's al-Ṣūfīyah wa-al-Fuqarāʾ." Arabica 32, (1985): 219-244.
Subjects: Individuals--Ibn Taymiyah
10. Homerin, Th. Emil. "Saving Muslim Souls: The Khānqāh and the Sufi Duty in Mamluk Lands." Mamlūk Studies Review 3, (1999): 59-83.
Subjects: Religion
11. Homerin, Th. Emil. "Living Love: The Mystical Writings of ʿĀʾishah al-Bāʿūnīyah (d. 922/1516)." Mamlūk Studies Review 7, (2003): 211-234.
Subjects: Individuals--A'ishah al-Bauniyah/Literature
12. Homerin, Th. Emil. "Ibn Arabi in the People's Assembly: Religion, Press, and Politics in Sadat's Egypt." The Middle East Journal 40, 3 (1986): 462-477.
Subjects: Individuals--Ibn al-Arabi
13. Homerin, Th. Emil. "Writing Sufi Biography: The Case of ʿĀʾishah al-Bāʿūnīyah (d. 922/1517)." The Muslim World 96, 3 (2006): 389-399.
Subjects: Individuals--A'ishah al-Bauniyah
14. Homerin, Th. Emil. "The Study of Islam within Mamluk Domains." Mamlūk Studies Review 9, 2 (2005): 1-30.
Subjects: Religion
15. Homerin, Th. Emil, From Arab Poet to Muslim Saint: Ibn al-Fāriḍ, His Verse, and His Shrine. xii, 162 pp.. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1994.
Notes: Reprinted by the American University of Cairo Press, Cairo, in 2001. Review see Allen; Chodkiewicz; van Gelder; Hanaway; Katz; Khan; Lawson; Mojaddedi; Oller; Radtke; Sells; Schimmel; Schultz.
Subjects: Individuals--Ibn al-Farid/Literature/Religion
16. Homerin, Th. Emil. Review of Popular Culture in Medieval Cairo, by Boaz Shoshan. Mamlūk Studies Review 1, (1997): 175-177.
Subjects: Culture/Places--Cairo
17. Homerin, Th. Emil. Review of Āfāq al-Shiʿr al-ʿArabī fī al-ʿAṣr al-Mamlūkī, Yāsīn al-Ayyūbī. Mamlūk Studies Review 3, (1999): 237-240.
Subjects: Literature
18. Homerin, Th. Emil. Review of Khānqāwāt al-Ṣūfīyah fī Miṣr fī ʿAṣr Dawlat al-Mamālīk al-Burjīyah, by ʿĀṣim Muḥammad Rizq. Mamlūk Studies Review 3, (1999): 245-246.
Subjects: Religion
19. Homerin, Th. Emil. Review of ʿĀʾishah al-Bāʿūnīyah al-Dimashqīyah: Ashhar Aʿlām Dimashq Awākhir ʿAhd al-Mamālīk: Dirāsah wa-Nuṣūṣ, by Fāris Aḥmad al-ʿAlāwī. Mamlūk Studies Review 6, (2002): 191-192.
Subjects: Individuals--A'ishah al-Bauniyah
20. Homerin, Th. Emil. Review of Al-Sayyid Aḥmad al-Badawī: Un grand saint del'Islam égyptien, by Catherine Mayeur-Jaouen. International Journal of Middle East Studies 30, 4 (1998): 613-615.
Subjects: Individuals--Ahmad al-Badawi/Religion
21. Homerin, Th. Emil. Review of ʿĀʾishah al-Bāʿūnīyah "Shāʿirah", by Ḥasan Muḥammad al-Rabābiʿah. Mamlūk Studies Review 7, (2003): 237-239.
Subjects: Individuals--A'ishah al-Bauniyah
22. Homerin, Th. Emil. Review of Popular Preaching and Religious Authority in the Medieval Islamic Near East, by Jonathan P. Berkey. Mamlūk Studies Review 7, (2003): 246-249.
Subjects: Religion
23. Homerin, Th. Emil. Review of Encyclopedia of Arabic Literature, edited by Julie Scott Meisami and Paul Starkey. Mamlūk Studies Review 5, (2001): 189-192.
Subjects: General works/Literature
24. Homerin, Th. Emil. Review of Sanctity and Mysticism in Medieval Egypt: The Wafāʾ Sufi Order and the Legacy of Ibn ʿArabī, by Richard J. A. McGregor. Mamlūk Studies Review 9, 2 (2005): 238-241.
Subjects: Religion/Individuals--Ibn al-Arabi/Individuals--Muhammad Wafa/Individuals--Ali Wafa
25. Homerin, Th. Emil. Review of Fann al-Rithāʾ fī al-Shiʿr al-ʿArabī fī al-ʿAṣr al-Mamlūkī al-Awwal, by Rāʾid Muṣṭafá Ḥasan ʿAbd al-Raḥīm. Mamlūk Studies Review 10, 1 (2006): 213-219.
Subjects: Literature
26. Homerin, Th. Emil. "Filled with a Burning Desire: Ibn al-Fāriḍ--Poet, Mystic, and Saint." Ph.D. diss., University of Chicago, 1987.
Subjects: Individuals--Ibn al-Farid/Literature/Religion
27. Homerin, Th. Emil, "ʿĀʾisha al-Bāʿūniyya." In The Encyclopaedia of Islam Three. 89. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2007.
Subjects: Individuals--A'ishah al-Bauniyah
28. Homerin, Th. Emil. ""On the Battleground:" Al-Nābulusī's Encounters with a Poem by Ibn al-Fāriḍ." Journal of Arabic Literature 38, 3 (2007): 352-410.
Subjects: Individuals--Ibn al-Farid
29. Homerin, Th. Emil, "Arabic Religious Poetry, 1200-1800." In Arabic Literature in the Post-Classical Period. Edited by Allen, Roger//Richards, D. S.. 74-86, 423-425. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.
Series: The Cambridge History of Arabic Literature,
Notes: Review see Bauer.
Subjects: Literature
30. Homerin, Th. Emil. Review of Muntahá al-Madārik fī Sharḥ Tāʾīyat Ibn al-Fāriḍ, by Muḥammad ibn Aḥmad al-Farghānī, compiled by ʿĀṣim Ibrāhīm al-Kayyālī. Mamlūk Studies Review 13, 2 (2009): 161-163.
Notes: Available online at http://mamluk.uchicago.edu/msr.html
Subjects: Individuals--Ibn al-Farid/Literature
31. Homerin, Th. Emil. Review of ʿĀʾishah al-Bāʿūnīyah: Fāḍilat al-Zamān (865–922 H = 1460–1516 M), by Muḥammad ʿAlī Ṣuwayrikī. Mamlūk Studies Review 13, 2 (2009): 170-171.
Notes: Available online at http://mamluk.uchicago.edu/msr.html
Subjects: Individuals--A'ishah al-Bauniyah
32. Homerin, Th. Emil. "“Our Sorry State!” Al-Būṣīrī’s Lamentations on Life and an Appeal for Cash." Mamlūk Studies Review 14, (2010): 19-28.
Subjects: Individuals--al-Busiri/Literature
33. Homerin, Th. Emil, "Sufism in Mamluk Studies: A Review of Scholarship in the Field." In Ubi sumus? Quo vademus?: Mamluk Studies-State of the Art. 1. Edited by Conermann, Stephan. p. 187-210. Goettingen: V&R unipress; Bonn University Press, 2013.
Series: Mamluk Studies, 3
Subjects: Scholarship/Historiography/Religion--Sufism
34. Homerin, Th. Emil, "ʿĀʾishah al-Bāʿūniyyah (d. 1517)." In Essays in Arabic Literary Biography II: 1350-1850. 1. Edited by Lowry, Joseph; Stewart, Devin. 21-27. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2010.
Subjects: Literature/Individuals--A'ishah al-Bauniyah
35. Homerin, Th. Emil. "“Recalling You, My Lord”: ʿĀʾishah al-Bāʿūnīyah on Dhikr." Mamlūk Studies Review 17, (2013): 130-154.
Notes: Online at: http://mamluk.uchicago.edu/
Subjects: Individuals, Religion
36. Homerin, Th. Emil. Review of Sharḥ al-Badīʿīyah al-Musammāh bi-al-Fatḥ al-Mubīn fī Madḥ al-Amīn, byʿĀʾishah al-Bāʿūnīyah, edited by Riḍā Rajab; Badīʿīyat al-Fatḥ al-Mubīn fī Madḥ al-Amīn, by ʿĀʾishah al-Bāʿūnīyah, edited by Ḥasan Rabābiʿah; and Al-Badīʿīyah wa-Sharḥuhā: al-Fatḥ al-Mubīn fī Madḥ al-Amīn, by ʿĀʾishah al-Bāʿūnīyah, edited by ʿĀdil Kuttāb and ʿAbbās Thābit.. Mamlūk Studies Review 17, (2013): 254-256.
Notes: Online at http://mamluk.uchicago.edu/
Subjects: Individuals
37. Homerin, Th. Emil. Review of Al-Qawl al-Ṣaḥīḥ fī Takhmīs Burdat al-Madīḥ, by Āʾishah al-Bāʿūnīyah, edited by Ḥasan Rabābiʿah. Mamlūk Studies Review 17, (2013): 256-258.
Notes: Online at http://mamluk.uchicago.edu/
Subjects: Individuals
38. Homerin, Th. Emil. Review of 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 Befriending Emirs by ʿAbd al-Wahhāb ibn Aḥmad ibn ʿAlī al-Shaʿrānī, edited and introduced by Adam Sabra. Mamlūk Studies Review 18, (2014-15): 352-354.
Notes: Online at: http://mamluk.uchicago.edu/
Subjects: Scholarship
39. Homerin, Th. Emil, "Ibn Abī Ḥaǧalah and Sufism." In The Sultan’s Anthologist – Ibn Abī Ḥaǧalah and His Work. Edited by: Nefeli Papoutsakis and Syrinx von Hees. 13-44. Baden-Baden: Ergon Verlag, 2017.
Series: Arabissche Literatur und Rhetorik – Elfhundert bis Achtzehnhundert (ALEA), 3
Subjects: Individuals--Ibn Abī Ḥajalah/Religion--Sufism

 

 

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