Titel: Islamic Civilization: History, Contributions, and Influence: A Compendium of Literature
Autor/en: S. M. Ghazanfar
SCARECROW PR INC
März 2006 - gebunden - 547 Seiten
In the post-9/11 environment, there has been an explosion of interest about things Islamic. While much of the new literature is refreshingly positive, some seems to reflect a revival of the centuries-old, well-embedded misconceptions about the Islamic world. This book is partly a complement to that interest, with coverage relating to the literature that the author accumulated over the last 15-20 years in connection with other research endeavors pertaining to the early Islamic social thought.
Part 1 Preface Part 2 PART I: BOOKS Chapter 3 (A) SCIENCES/HUMANITIES Chapter 4 (B) ISLAM-WEST LINKAGES Chapter 5 (C) GENERAL Part 6 PART II: ARTICLES Chapter 7 (A) SCIENCES/HUMANITIES Chapter 8 (B) ISLAM-WEST LINKAGES Chapter 9 (C) GENERAL Part 10 Bibliography Chapter 11 Books Chapter 12 Articles Part 13 Topical Bibliography Chapter 14 Books Chapter 15 Articles Part 16 Author, Editor, Translator Index Part 17 Title Index Part 18 About the Author
S.M. Ghazanfar is professor of economics (1968-2002; emeritus, 2002), former chairman of the Department of Economics, former director of International Studies Program, and served as adjunct professor (2002-2003; 2005-2006), University of Idaho, Moscow.
This is an excellent reference work...Recommended. CHOICE, October 2006 Covering more than six hundred different books and articles, it is a wonderful, compact, and affordable annotated bibliography for anyone interested in Islamic civilization and its influence on the development of Western thought. The book is thoughtfully organized...a unique and lively read...due to its impressive coverage, thoughtful organization, and scholarly presentation, Islamic Civilization: History, Contributions, and Influence: A Compendium of Literature is highly recommended for any public or academic library... Reference and User Services Quarterly, Vol. 46, No. 2 Ghazanfar has successfully assembled into one concise volume a wealth of resources supporting both general and scholarly inquiry into Islamic contributions to Western culture and knowledge. American Reference Books Annual, vol. 38 (2007) For those who want a wide-ranging literature survey of Muslim culture, S. M. Ghazanfar's Islamic Civilization: History, Contributions, and Influence is a good choice. College & Research Libraries News, March 2007 In order to help relieve the blind spot Westerners have about the importance of Islamic influence in Western culture and society, Ghazanfar (emeritus economics, U. of Idaho) cites and substantially annotates more than 600 English-language books and articles pertaining to Islamic history, contributions to knowledge, and the impact of that knowledge once it was assimilated in medieval Europe. Most of the works were published during the second half of the 20th century. Students at any level, journalists, policy makers, and general readers can find here an entry into further study or just a general overview. Reference and Research Book News, August 2006