Studies on the History and Culture of the Mamluk Sultanate (1250–1517)
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The general field of study of this volume is the history and culture of the Mamluk Sultanate (1250–1517). It contains the proceedings of the First German-Japanese Workshop held at the Toyo Bunko in Tokyo, Japan. The authors write about a variety of topics from rural irrigation systems to high diplomacy vis à vis the Safavid empire and the Ottoman threat. The volume includes case studies of important personalities and families living in the centres of Mamluk power such as Cairo and Damascus as well as analyses of contemporary writers and their stance toward the ruling military class. Next to innovation in the field, this volume is an agenda of an increasing globalisation of scholarship that is fertilizing future research.
- Stephan Conermann (Hg.)
- Prof. Dr. Stephan Conermann lehrt Islamwissenschaft an der Universität Bonn und ist seit 2010 Sprecher der Kollegforschergruppe 1262 »Geschichte und Gesellschaft der Mamlukenzeit«.
- Toru Miura (Hg.)
- Toru Miura is Vice-President and Professor at the Ochanomizu University, and Research Fellow at the Toyo Bunko, Japan.
- Nina Gallion (Hg.),
- Martin Göllnitz (Hg.),
- Frederieke Maria Schnack (Hg.)