The City in the Islamic World, Volume 94/1 & 94/2

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Salma K. Jayyusi, Renata Holod, Attilio Petruccioli, Andre Raymond
BRILL, 2008 - History - 1494 pages
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Contents

Some Historiographical Notes on the Islamic City with Particular Reference to the Visual Representation of the Built City Giulia Annalinda Neglia
3
The Spatial Organization of the City André Raymond
47
Law and the City Besim Hakim
71
Inherited Cities Hugh Kennedy
93
Founded Cities of the Arab World From the Seventh to the Eleventh Centuries Sylvie Denoix
115
PART TWO REGIONAL ASPECTS
141
The Ottoman Cities of the Balkans Pierre Pinon
143
Iranian Cities Heinz Gaube
159
Rabat Salé Holy Cities of the Two Banks Saïd Mouline
643
Rules and Built Form Besim Hakim Zubair Ahmed
663
CONTENTS VOLUME TWO
679
PART FOUR CITY FUNCTIONS
679
The Architecture of Water in the Islamic Countries Calogero Montalbano
679
The Economy of the Traditional City André Raymond
731
Pilgrimage City David Roxburgh
753
The Management of the City André Raymond
775

Indian Cities Marc Gaborieau
181
The Ottoman Town FifteenthEighteenth Centuries Gilles Veinstein
205
PART THREE CASE STUDIES
219
A Cosmopolitan and MultiConfessional Capital Françoise Micheau
221
Zenith and Signs of Decline Halima Ferhat
247
The Spatial Organization of Tunis Medina and Other ArabMuslim Cities in North Africa and the Near East Roberto Berardi
269
The Mamluk City Doris BehrensAbouseif
295
Islamic Jerusalem or Jerusalem under Muslim Rule Oleg Grabar
317
From the Ottoman Metropolis to the Syrian City JeanClaude David
329
The Story of Bursa Suraiya Faroqhi
357
A Mediterranean Medina Ludovico Micara
383
The City and its Population Federico Cresti
407
The Citadel Town Suburbs Model and Medieval Kirman Lisa Golombek
445
Change and Tradition Maurice Cerasi
465
Bukhara and Samarkand Attilio Petruccioli
491
The City of Gardens and Poets Mahvash Alemi
525
A Riverfront Garden City Ebba Koch
555
Rescripting Urban Heritage Alison Mackenzie Shah
589
Sana?a Ronald Lewcock Arief Setiawan
615
The Fourth Holy City of Islam Serge Santelli
625
The Roman Agricultural and Hydraulic Legacy of the Islamic Mediterranean D Fairchild Ruggles
795
Proof Against the Century Mohammed Naciri
817
House and Fabric in the Islamic Mediterranean City Attilio Petruccioli
851
The Gendered City Lucienne Thys?enocak
877
Guilds in Recent Historical Scholarship Nelli Hanna
895
The Waqf in the City Randi Deguilhem
923
PART FIVE THE MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY CITY
951
A Tradition and Modernity in the Nineteenth Century Modernization of the Cities of the Ottoman Empire 18001920 JeanLuc Arnaud
953
French and Italian Architects Designs in 1930s North African Cities Mia Fuller
977
The Colonial City Attilio Petruccioli
993
The City in the Islamic World JeanLouis Cohen
1009
Identity Globalization and the Contemporary Islamic City HasanUddin Khan
1035
A City in Search of its Identity Deeba Haider
1063
Demographic Stabilization Extension of the Metropolitan Area and the Renewal of Forms Eric Denis
1085
The Reconstructions of Beirut Joe Nasr Eric Verdeil
1115
Plates
1143
Index of Names Personal and Dynastic
1465
Index of Places
1475
Index of Terms
1486
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About the author (2008)

Salma Jayyusi, (Ph.D. University of London), is a poet, critic and anthologist. She edited the widely appraised "The Legacy of Muslim Spain" (Leiden, 1992) Renata Holod is professor of Islamic Art, Architecture, and Archaeology at the University of Pennsylvania, and author of publications on contemporary as well as historic buildings, sites and territories. Attilio Petruccioli, is Chief Editor of "Environmental Design," and author of numerous publications on urban architecture, Islamic architecture, and the methodology of design. He is dean of the School of Architecture at the Polytechnical University of Bari. Andre Raymond, Agrege in history (1947), D.Phil (oxon)(1954), Docteur d'Etat (Sorbonne, 1972), is currently emeritus professor at the University of Provence. He published a number of books and studies about the great Arab cities in the Ottoman period (mainly on Cairo, Aleppo, Tunis)."

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