Professor of Arabic and Islamic Studies
Faculty / College Address:
Islamic Movements and Institutions, Ninth-Tenth Centuries C.E.
Sufism and other renunciant movements before the Junaydi synthesis; the life and works of Ahmad ibn Hanbal.
'Hadith, Islamic law, and early Sufism'
‘Before ṣūfiyyāt: Female Muslim Renunciants in the 8th and 9th Centuries ce’, Journal of Sufi Studies 5 (2015): 115-39.
Ḥadith, Piety and Law: Selected Studies. Resources in Arabic and Islamic Studies 3. Atlanta: Lockwood Press, 2015.
‘Māwardī’s Legal Thinking’, Al-ʿUṣūr al-Wusṭā 23 (2015): 68-86, at http://islamichistorycommons.org/mem/al-usur-al-wusta (accessed 21 November 2015).
‘The Early Controversy Over Whether the Prophet Saw God’, Arabica 62 (2015): 459-76.
‘Muḥammad Nāṣir al‑Dīn al‑Albānī and Traditional Hadith Criticism’. Pages 33-51 in Reclaiming Islamic Tradition: Modern Interpretations of the Classical Heritage. Edited by Elisabeth Kendall and Ahmad Khan. Edinburgh: University Press, 2016.
‘The Spread of Ḥanafism to Khurasan and Transoxania’. Pages 13-30 in Medieval Central Asia and the Persianate World. Edited by A. C. S. Peacock & D. G. Tor. I. B. Tauris & BIPS Persian Studies Series 7. London: I. B. Tauris, 2015.