Items where Author is "Cortese, Delia"

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Cortese, Delia (2014) Fatimids. In: Muhammad in history, thought, and culture: an encyclopedia of the prophet of God. Fitzpatrick, Coeli and Walker, Adam Hani, eds. ABC-CLIO, pp. 187-191. ISBN 9781610691772

Cortese, Delia (2014) The Nile: its role in the fortunes and misfortunes of the Fatimid dynasty during its rule of Egypt (969-1171). In: 27th Congress of the Union Europeenne des Arabisants et Islamisants (UEAI 27), 02-06 Jun 2014, Helsinki, Finland. (Unpublished)

Cortese, Delia (2013) Concubinage. In: The Oxford encyclopedia of Islam and women. DeLong-Bas, Natana J., ed. Oxford University Press USA. ISBN 9780199764464

Cortese, Delia (2013) Upper Egypt: a Shi’i ‘powerhouse’ in the Fatimid period? In: Annual Conference of the Middle East Studies Association of America (MESA), 10-13 Oct 2013, New Orleans, LA, USA. (Unpublished)

Cortese, Delia (2013) The commodification of the muṣḥaf in the early centuries of Islam. In: Writings and writing: investigations in Islamic text and script in honour of Januarius Justus Witkam. Kerr, Robert and Milo, Thomas, eds. Archetype Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 41-65. ISBN 9781901383409

Cortese, Delia (2012) Voices of the silent majority: the transmission of Sunnī learning in Fāṭimī Egypt. Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam, 39 . pp. 345-366. ISSN 0334-4118

Cortese, Delia (2012) Lost and found: the Sarguẕasht-i Sayyid-nā. Facts and fiction of Ḥasan-i Ṣabbāḥ’s travel to Egypt vis-à-vis the political and intellectual life of 5th/11th century Fāṭimid Cairo. In: Science in Context: The Dustūr al-Munjjimīn and its World. An Interdisciplinary Workshop on the Traditions of Science and Learning in the Ismaili Domain, 22-23 Jul 2011, Bonn, Germany. (Unpublished)

Cortese, Delia (2012) Sitt al-Mulk: juggling troops, traps and throne at the Fāṭimid Court. In: Guerre et Paix dans le Proche-Orient Médiéval, 15-18 Dec 2011, Cairo, Egypt. (In Press)

Cortese, Delia (2012) Transmitting sunnī learning in Fāṭimid Egypt: the female voices. In: 26th Congress of the Union Européenne des Arabisants et Islamisants (UEAI 26), 12-16 Sep 2012, Basel, Switzerland. (Unpublished)

Cortese, Delia (2011) A dream come-true: empowerment through dreams reflecting Fāṭimid-Ṣulayḥid relations. In: Fortresses of the intellect: Ismaili and other islamic studies in honour of Farhad Daftary. Ali-De-Unzaga, Omar, ed. I.B. Tauris, pp. 387-402. ISBN 9781848856264

Cortese, Delia and Calderini, Simonetta (2011) The architectural patronage of the Fāṭimid queen-mother Durzān (d. 385/995): an interdisciplinary analysis of literary sources, material evidence and context of her building activity’. In: Material Evidence and Narrative Sources: Interdisciplinary Studies of the History of Islamic Societies. The 14th Annual Workshop of the Department of Middle East Studies at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, 30 Jun - 03 Jul 2009, Beer Sheva, Israel. (In Press)

Cortese, Delia (2008) The political and economic contexts of Fāṭimid female patronage during the reign of al-‘Azīz (365/975-386/996). Alifba. Studi Arabo-Islamici e Mediterranei, 22 . pp. 81-94.

Cortese, Delia (2008) Sitt al-Mulk. In: The Oxford encyclopedia of women in world history. Smith, Bonnie G., ed. Oxford University Press USA. ISBN 9780195148909

Cortese, Delia (2007) A woman's work is never done: women and Da'wa in early Ismailism. In: Egypt and Syria in the Fatimid, Ayyubid and Mamluk Eras: Proceedings of the 11th, 12th and 13th International Colloquium Organized at the Katholieke: 5 (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta). D'Hulster, K. and Vermeulen, U., eds. Peeters, pp. 63-72. ISBN 9789042919457

Cortese, Delia and Calderini, Simonetta (2006) Women and the Fatimids in the world of Islam. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748617333

Cortese, Delia (2003) Arabic Ismaili manuscripts: the Zahid Ali Collection. I.B.Tauris, Institute for Ismaili Studies, London, New York. ISBN 9781860648601

Cortese, Delia (2000) Ismaili and other Arabic manuscripts. I. B. Tauris, London. ISBN 9781860644337

Cortese, Delia (2000) Medieval sapiential knowledge and modern science in Islam: some considerations on a ‘missed link’ based on the thought of Jamāl al-Dīn al-Afghānī. Religion versus Science in Islam: A Medieval and Modern Debate, Oriente Moderno, 19 (3). pp. 503-517.

Cortese, Delia (1999) The Ismaili resurrection of Alamut: a bid for spiritual awakening or a statement of political authority? In: Resurrection (Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement). Porter, Stanley E. and Hayes, Michael A. and Tombs, David, eds. Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement Series . Sheffield Academic Press, Sheffield, UK. ISBN 9781841270166

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