The Berkeley Series in Postclassical Islamic Scholarship will explore Islamicate intellectual history as represented by various disciplines and genres. Translations, critical editions, and monographs related to texts in the fields of philosophy, literature, theology, poetics, grammar, hadith, exegesis, etc. are all welcome, provided they directly and/or indirectly concern the legacy of rationalist (ma'quli) scholarship. Authors exploring the impact of Islamicate rationalism in traditionalist/transmitted sciences and in non-Muslim scholarship (regardless of the language of the primary sources) are also encouraged to submit manuscripts.
Asad Q. Ahmed (University of California, Berkeley)
Margaret Larkin (University of California, Berkeley)
Ahmed El-Shamsy (University of Chicago)
Robert Gleave (University of Exeter)
Andras Hamori (Princeton University)
James T. Robinson (University of Chicago)
Walid Saleh (University of Toronto)
George Saliba (Columbia University)
Sabine Schmidtke (Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton)
Cornelia Schoeck (Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum)
Tony Street (University of Cambridge)
Robert Wisnovsky (McGill University)
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