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(p. x) (p. xi) List of Contributors

(p. x) (p. xi) List of Contributors

David Abulafia,

Professor of Mediterranean History at the University of Cambridge and Papathomas Professorial Fellow at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge.

Gil Anidjar,

Professor in the Department of Religion, the Department of Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies, and the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society, Columbia University.

Carol Bakhos,

Professor in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, University of California, Los Angeles.

Antony Black,

Professor Emeritus, Department of Politics, University of Dundee.

Moshe Blidstein,

Postdoctoral Fellow at the Martin Buber Society of Fellows, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Rémi Brague,

Professor Emeritus of Medieval and Arabic Philosophy, University of Paris I.

Richard W. Bulliet,

Professor of History, Columbia University.

Leonardo Capezzone,

Associate Professor, Italian Institute of Oriental Studies, Sapienza University of Rome.

William E. Carroll,

Thomas Aquinas Fellow in Theology and Science at Blackfriars and a member of the Faculty of Theology and Religion of the University of Oxford.

Reuven Firestone,

Regenstein Professor in Medieval Judaism and Islam, Hebrew Union College.

David F. Ford,

Regius Professor of Divinity, University of Cambridge, and Director of the Cambridge Interfaith Programme.

Carlos Fraenkel,

Associate Professor, Departments of Philosophy and Jewish Studies, McGill University, Montreal.

David M. Freidenreich,

Pulver Family Associate Professor of Jewish Studies, Colby College, Waterville, Maine.

Harvey E. Goldberg,

Professor Emeritus, Sarah Allen Shaine Chair in Sociology and Anthropology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Lutz Greisiger,

Postdoctoral Fellow at the Martin Buber Society of Fellows, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

(p. xii) Sidney H. Griffith,

Professor of Early Christian Studies, Catholic University of America.

Moshe Idel,

Max Cooper Professor Emeritus of Jewish Thought, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Clemens Leonhard,

Professor of Liturgical Studies, University of Münster.

Martin Lüstraeten,

Lecturer in Liturgical Studies, University of Münster.

Yousef Meri,

Visiting Professor, Department of Studies of Contemporary Islam, Faculty of Shari’a, University of Jordan (2014–15).

David Nirenberg,

Deborah R. and Edgar D. Jannotta Professor of Medieval History and Social Thought, University of Chicago.

Peter Ochs,

Edgar Bronfman Professor of Modern Judaic Studies, University of Virginia.

Peter E. Pormann,

Professor of Classics and Graeco-Arabic Studies, University of Manchester, and Director of the John Rylands Research Institute.

David S. Powers,

Professor of Islamic History, Cornell University.

Tariq Ramadan,

Professor of Contemporary Islamic Studies, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford.

Malise Ruthven,

author of Islam in the World (1984, revised and updated 2015), The Divine Supermarket (1990), A Fury for God (2002), Fundamentalism: A Very Short Introduction (2004, 2007) and other books. He lives in London.

Mark Silk,

Professor of Religion in Public Life and Director of the Leonard E. Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.

Adam J. Silverstein,

Associate Professor of Middle Eastern Studies, Bar Ilan University.

Uriel Simonsohn,

Lecturer in the Department of Middle Eastern History, University of Haifa.

Nicolai Sinai,

Associate Professor of Islamic Studies, University of Oxford, and Fellow of Pembroke College.

Yuri Stoyanov,

Research Associate, Department of Languages and Cultures of the Near and Middle East, SOAS, University of London.

Guy G. Stroumsa,

Martin Buber Professor Emeritus of Comparative Religion, Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Professor Emeritus of the Study of the Abrahamic Religions, University of Oxford.

John Tolan,

Professor of History, University of Nantes.

Dorothea Weltecke,

Chair for the History of Religions, Center of Excellence ‘Cultural Foundations of Social Integration’, University of Konstanz.