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The Routledge Companion to the Qur’an offers an impressive and comprehensive overview of the formative scripture of Islam. Including a wide number of scholarly approaches to the Qur’an by both established authorities and emergent voices, the forty essays in this volume represent the latest word on the academic understanding of the Muslim scripture.

The Qur’an is spoken of in scholarship across disciplines; is the beating heart of a living community of believers; is a work of beauty and basis for art and culture; is a profoundly significant historical artifact; and is a mysterious survivor from the Late Ancient Arabic-speaking world. This Handbook accompanies the reader into the many worlds that the Qur’an lives in, from its ancient settings, to its internal drama, and through the 1,400 years of discussion and debate about its meaning.

Bringing diverse approaches to the Qur’an together in one volume The Routledge Companion to the Qur’an represents the vibrancy of the field of Qur’anic Studies today. This Handbook is essential reading for students and researchers in religious studies and Islamic studies. This Handbook will also be very useful for those in related fields, such as, area studies, sociology, anthropology, and history.

Table of Contents

Editors’ Introduction: The Qur’an’s Three Worlds

Daniel Madigan, Maria Dakake, and George Archer

Part I: The World Before the Qur’an

1. Late Antiquity and the Religious Milieu of the Qur’an’s Origins

Sidney Griffith

2. Arabia: Ripe for a New Prophet

Gordon Newby

3. Mecca and Medina: The Sacred History and Geography of the Qur’an

Maria Dakake

Part II: The World of the Qurʾan

4. God: The Many-Named One of the Qur’an

Tim Winter

5. Humanity in Covenant with God

Joseph Lumbard

6. Qur’an and Eschatology

Mohammed Rustom

7. Abraham and his Family

Halla Attallah and George Archer

8. Biblical Prophets: Moses, Joseph, Jonah, and Job

Roberto Tottoli, translated by Jason Welle

9. John, Jesus, and Mary in the Qur’an

George Archer

10. Muhammad in the Qur’an

Joseph Lumbard

11. The Praiseworthy (and the Reprehensible)

Feryal Salem

12. The People of Scripture (Ahl al-Kitāb)

Michael Pregill

13. Qur’anic Creation: Anthropocentric Readings and Eco-centric Possibilities

Sarra Tlili

14. Jinn in the Qur’an

Ali A. Olomi

15. Style in the Qur’an

Devin J. Stewart

16. Structure and Organization of the Qur’an

Nevin Reda

17. Qur’anic Kerygma: Epic, Apocalypse, and Typological Figuration

Todd Lawson

18. Metaphor, Symbol, and Parable in the Qur’an

Caner Dagli

19. The Relationship Between the Oral and the Written

Lauren Osborne

Part III: The World in Front of the Qur’an

20. Asbāb al-Nazūl: The (Good) Occasions of Revelation

Ahmed Ragab

21. The Early Commentators of the Qur’an

Stephen Burge

22. Fakhr al-Dīn al-Rāzī Seen Through His Great Commentary on the Qur’an

Michel Lagarde

23. Tafsīr Ibn Kathīr: A Window onto Medieval Islam and a Guide to the Development of Modern Islamic Orthodoxy

Younus Y. Mirza

24. The Formative Development of Shiʿi Qur’anic Exegesis

Maria Dakake

25. Methodological Observations in al-ʿAllāma al-Ṭabāṭabāʾī’s Qur’an Commentary: Al-Mīzān

Abdulaziz Sachedina

26. The Qur’an in the Thought of Ibn ʿArabī

William Chittick

27. Sufi Readings of the Qur’an

Lahouari Ramzi Taleb

28. Shi’i Ismaili Approaches to the Qur’an: From Revelation to Exegesis

Khalil Andani

29. Women’s Contemporary Readings of the Qur’an

Hadia Mubarak

30. War and Peace in the Qur’an

Rumee Ahmed

31. Muhammad ʿAbduh and Sayyid Qutb

Massimo Campanini

32. Readings of the Qur’an from Outside the Tradition

Emran El-Badawi

33. Translations

Johanna Pink

34. The Qur’an and Material Culture

Travis Zadeh

35. The Qur’an and the Internet

Gary R. Bunt

36. The Qur’an in Contemporary Mass and Popular Culture

N. A. Mansour

37. The Qur’an and Kalām

David Thomas

38. The Impact of the Qur’an on Islamic Philosophy

Gholamreza Aavani

39. Political Theology and the Qur’an

Paul L. Heck

40. The Qur’an, Science, and Medicine

Elaine van Dalen

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Biography

George Archer is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa.

Maria M. Dakake is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.

Daniel A. Madigan is Associate Professor and Jeanette W. and Otto J. Ruesch Family Distinguished Jesuit Scholar at Georgetown University, Washington DC.