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Cortese, Delia (2019) Beyond space and time: the itinerant life of books in the Fāṭimid market place. In: Intellectual Interactions in the Islamic World: The Ismaili Thread. Mir-Kasimov, Orkhan, ed. Shi'i Heritage Series . I. B. Tauris, London, pp. 407-426. ISBN 9781838604851, pbk-ISBN 9781838604882, e-ISBN 9781838604875, e-ISBN 9781838604868.

Cortese, Delia (2019) Common threads in the making of Fāṭimid and Norman textiles in the hands of women. Al-Shaar, Nuha, ed. In: Discovering Common Roots: Sicily and the Mediterranean- a History of Pluralistic Traditions, 11-13 Dec 2017, Palermo. (Accepted/In press)

Cortese, Delia (2019) A patron of men: Sitt al-Mulk and the military at the Fatimid court. Textes Arabes et Etudes Islamiques, 54 . pp. 217-234. ISSN 0257-4136

Cortese, Delia (2018) The majmū' al-tarbiyah between text and paratext: exploring the social history of a community's reading culture. Momin, Wafi, ed. In: Before the Printed Word:Texts, Scribes and Transmission, 12-13 Oct 2017, London. (Accepted/In press)

Cortese, Delia (2018) Hibat Allah Muhammad. In: Encyclopedia of Islam, Three. Fleet, Kate, Krämer, Gudrun, Matringe, Denis, Nawas, John and Rowson, Everett, eds. Brill. ISBN 9789004356641. (doi:10.1163/1573-3912_ei3_COM_30344)

Cortese, Delia, Krämer, Gudrun, Matringe, Denis, Nawas, John and Rowson, Everett (2018) Hibat Allah Muhammad. In: Encyclopedia of Islam, Three. Fleet, Kate, ed. Brill. ISBN 9789004356641. (doi:10.1163/1573-3912_ei3_COM_30344)

Cortese, Delia (2017) Transmitting Sunni learning in Fatimid Egypt: the female voices. In: The Fatimid Caliphate: Diversity of Traditions. Daftary, Farhad and Jiwa, Shainool, eds. I. B. Tauris, London, pp. 164-191. ISBN 9781788311335, e-ISBN 9781786723093, e-ISBN 9781786733092.

Cortese, Delia (2017) 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 the City of Fortune: The Dustur al-Munajjimin and its World. Orthmann, Eva and Schmidl, Petra G., eds. Bonner Islamstudien, 39 . EB Verlag, pp. 199-222. ISBN 9783868932386.

Cortese, Delia (2017) Dreams in Medieval Islam. In: Prophecy and Prognostication in Medieval European. Heiduk, Matthias and Lehner, Hand Christian, eds. De Gruyther. . (Accepted/In press)

Cortese, Delia (2017) Upper Egypt: a Shi’i ‘powerhouse’ in the Fatimid period? Studi Magrebini, 12-13 (1). pp. 153-168. ISSN 0585-4954

Cortese, Delia (2015) The Nile: its role in the fortunes and misfortunes of the Fatimid dynasty during its rule of Egypt (969-1171). History Compass, 13 (1). pp. 20-29. ISSN 1478-0542 (doi:10.1111/hic3.12210)

Cortese, Delia (2014) Looking for women in Medieval Cairo: imagined histories and historical realities. In: Cairo Under Wraps Exhibition, 19 Nov 2014, The Ismaili Centre Toronto.

Cortese, Delia (2014) From cradle to grave: fabrics in the lives of women in Medieval Cairo. In: Cairo Under Wraps Exhibition, 18 Nov 2014, Toronto, Canada.

Calderini, Simonetta and Cortese, Delia (2014) The architectural patronage of the Fāṭimid queen-mother Durzān (d. 385/995): an interdisciplinary analysis of literary sources, material evidence and historical context. In: Material Evidence and Narrative Sources: interdisciplinary studies in the history of the Muslim Middle East. Talmon-Heller, Daniella J. and Cytryn-Silverman, Katia, eds. Islamic History and Civilization, 108 . Brill, Leiden, pp. 87-112. ISBN 9789004271593, e-ISBN 9789004279667. (doi:10.1163/9789004279667_007)

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

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.

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.

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.

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, e-ISBN 9781786724663, e-ISBN 9781786734662.

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 in the Institute of Ismaili Studies. I.B.Tauris, Institute for Ismaili Studies, London, New York. ISBN 9781860648601.

Cortese, Delia (2000) Ismaili and other Arabic manuscripts: a descriptive catalogue of manuscripts in the library of the Institute of Ismaili Studies. 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., 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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