Living with Nature and Things
Contributions to a New Social History of the Middle Islamic Periods
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This edited volume represents the research results of two international conferences organized and sponsored by the Annemarie Schimmel Kolleg: “Environmental Approaches in Pre-Modern Middle Eastern Studies” and “Material Culture Methods in the Middle Islamic Periods”. The following work consists of three parts, which correspond to the themes of the aforementioned conferences (Contributions to Environmental History and Material Culture Studies) and a third which bridges the gap between the two approaches (Practice and Knowledge Transfer). The present papers cover a wide range of such topics as urban pollution, local perceptions of weather, rural estate economy, Sufi understandings of nature and the body and mind, houses and socialization, text and gardens, local know-how and interdependence in medieval Syrian agriculture, crop selection and the medieval agricultural economy etc.
- Bethany J. Walker (Hg.)
- Prof Dr Bethany J. Walker is Research Professor of Mamluk Studies at the University of Bonn and Director of the Research Unit of Islamic Archaeology. A historically-trained archaeologist, she directs several field projects in Jordan and Israel.
- Abdelkader Al Ghouz (Hg.)
- Dr Abdelkader Al Ghouz is an intellectual and social historian of the Islamicate world. Currently, he is the publication manager for the Cluster of Excellence “Bonn Center for Dependency and Slavery Studies” at the University of Bonn. His research focuses on Mamluk history, Arabic philosophy, Islamic theology, slavery studies and contemporary Arabic thought.
- Petr Hrachovec (Hg.),
- Gerd Schwerhoff (Hg.),
- Winfried Müller (Hg.),
- Martina Schattkowsky (Hg.)