Studies in Islamic and Judaic Traditions - II [THIS VOLUME ONLY].  
  Papers Presented at the Institute for Islamic-Judaic Studies, Center for Judaic Studies, University of Denver. [SERIES]: Brown Judaic Studies - 178.  

Author Brinner, William M. & Ricks, Stephen D. [Eds.];
Place of Publication Atlanta, Georgia
Publication Name Scholars Press
Year 1989
Language(s) English
VOLUME TWO ONLY. RARE collection of twelve papers delivered at the four annual meetings of the Institute for Islamic-Judaic Studies, held between 1981 and 1984 under the auspices of the Center for Judaic Studies of the University of Denver. The authors are William M.Brinner, Lenn E.Goodman, Daniel J.Lasker, Abdulaziz Sachedina, Frederick M.Denny, Gregory C.Kolowski, Stephen Pastner & Rhonda Berger-Sofer, Shlomo Deshen, Vera Moreen, Seth Ward, Pierre Cachia, Tamara Sonn. The book is divided into four sections: I. Jewish-Islamic Interaction / II. Comparative Studies / III. Jews and the World of Islam / IV: Culture in the Context of Islam. Contains Indexes of names, subjects, foreign terms, and passages. 235x155mm. XVI+247 pages [+10 unpaginated pages of publications list of Brown Judaic Studies]. Orange cloth Hardcover. Black lettering and framing on front cover and spine. Spine edges bumped/wrinkled. This extremely rare book of Islamic and Judaic studies by the leading authorities in the field is in very good condition.
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