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‘Islamic Civilization’ as a (Medieval) Problem: the Idea of Islamic Modernity in Islamwissenschaft

Preprint David Moshfegh <1> In 1910, Carl Heinrich Becker, a young pioneering scholar of the emergent field of Islamwissenschaft, founded the journal, Der Islam, the first organ committed to the discipline in Germany. Becker...

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The Pitfalls of Terminology—Uncovering the Paradoxical Roots of Early Modern History in American Historiography

Preprint Justus Nipperdey <1> Some schemes of periodization and their respective terminologies seem to be rather straightforward—to those who use them, to those who uphold them, but also to those who criticize them. This...

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Open Peer Review

Open peer review is a process by which to assess publications. Open peer review is a growing method in scholarly communication and can be placed in the context of open science. It is an...

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Combating Western Provincialism: The Time of World History in Marshall G. S. Hodgson’s Work on Islamicate Societies and World History

  Preprint Michael Geyer   <1> In his time, Marshall G.S. Hodgson (1922–1968) was a highly regarded historian of Islam at the University of Chicago. He is best known for his three volumeVenture of...

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Chronologics. Periodisation in a Global Context

“Chronologics. Periodisation in a Global Context” is a conference convened by Thomas Maissen, Barbara Mittler, and Pierre Monnet. It took place from the 7th to 9th of December 2017. This blog shows the  open...