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Sean W. Anthony
Professor, historian, orientalist at *the* University, Any opinions expressed come directly from al-Malāʾ al-Aʿlā
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University of California Press 3h
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Andrew Jac❄️bs 3h
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Sean W. Anthony 4h
Replying to @shahanSean
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Sean W. Anthony 4h
A great example of the persistence of Saidian Orientalism, especially as the impulse to construct and portray Muslim-majority societies as the polar opposite of Protestant Europe. (NB: Only Muslim-majority societies get the dubious honor of italicization in the cultural map.)
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Michael Pregill 8h
My book The Golden Calf between Bible and Qur'an is available at 30% off during via this link:
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Hythem Sidky 10h
Catch my talk tomorrow at where I look for evidence of an oral tradition for the Quran going back to the mid-7th century. Also check out the talks by my co-panelists and . Should be an exciting session!
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Embedding Conquest Team 15h
Watch out for our upcoming workshop on Textual Sources and Geographies of Slavery in the Early Islamic Empire--organized by and Jelle Bruning Find the program here:
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Sean W. Anthony 21h
I don't think it'll ever disappear at this point. For a historians perspective, see:
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Sean W. Anthony Nov 29
Ah, yes, our Judeo-Christian calendar named after that great Rabbi Gregory XIII ... How that's saying go? "From Gregory to Gregory there's none quite like Gregory"?
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Sean W. Anthony Nov 28
Replying to @nprscottsimon
I ain't never found peace at the bottom of a flaming-hot Cheeto's bag.
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IQSA WEB Nov 28
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Sean W. Anthony Nov 28
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Morocco under snow - imlil, village of the high Atlas mountains
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Sean W. Anthony Nov 28
Replying to @Safaitic
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Ahmad Al-Jallad Nov 27
We interrupt this Thanksgiving weekend for yet another important discovery - a new 6th c. CE Arabic inscription from the Tabuk area, monotheistic and containing new expressions and formularies. Let’s see!
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Sean W. Anthony Nov 27
Replying to @ShammaBoyarin
They all three, in fact, one continous movie
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Sean W. Anthony Nov 27
I have two sweet cats who like to sneak outside, and a neighbor of mine (who's 30 going on 80) constantly texts my wife to tattle on me whenever they sneak out of the house. It's driving me nuts.
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Brian Ulrich Nov 27
Open access ebook from : All Things Arabia Arabian Identity and Material Culture
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Sean W. Anthony Nov 27
Replying to @HughSlaman @AzizMedia
عهد فلان is formulaic usage that means either in the time of or, more specifically, during the rule of x.
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Sean W. Anthony Nov 27
Replying to @HughSlaman
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