Publications by Bruckmayr, Philipp | 8
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Arabic and bilingual newspapers and magazines in Latin America and the Caribbean

Philipp Bruckmayr

in Historical aspects of printing and publishing in languages of the Middle East : Papers from the Third Symposium on the History of Printing and Publishing in the Languages and Countries of the Middle East, University of Leipzig, September 2008 / Edited by Geoffrey Roper

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9-85-4

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Challenges from “The Periphery”? : Salafī Islam outside the Arab world. Spotlights on wider Asia

guest editors Philipp Bruckmayr and Jan-Peter Hartung

Leiden : Brill, 2020

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41-703 (60 (2020) 2-3)

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The changing fates of the Cambodian Islamic manuscript tradition

Philipp Bruckmayr, University of Vienna, Oriental studies Department

in Journal of Islamic Manuscripts / Edited by Kinga Dévényi (Budapest), Ayman Fuad Sayyid (Cairo), Davidson MacLaren (Cairo), Judith Pfeiffer (Oxford), and Jan Just Witkam (Leiden), editor-in-chief

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41-784

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Persian kings, Arab conquerors, and Malay Islam : comparative perspectives on the place of Muslim epics in the Islamisation of the Chams

Philipp Bruckmayr

in Islamisation : comparative perspectives from history / edited by A.C.S. Peacock

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9-782-234

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Phnom Penh's Fethullah Gülen School as an Alternative to Prevalent Forms of Education for Cambodia's Muslim Minority

Philipp Bruckmayr

in Muslim world in transition: Contributions of the Gülen movement : Conference proceedings, London, 25-27 October 2007 / [Edited by Ihsan Yilmaz]

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9-41-75

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Phnom Penh’s Fethullah Gülen School as an alternative to prevalent forms of education for Cambodia’s Muslim Minority

Philipp Bruckmayr

in Islam and Peacebuilding. Gülen Movement Initiatives / Edited by John L Esposito, İhsan Yilmaz

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9-210-48

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Salafī challenge and Māturīdī response : contemporary disputes over the legitimacy of Māturīdī kalām

Philipp Bruckmayr, University of Vienna, Department of Near Eastern Studies, Vienna

in Challenges from “The Periphery”? : Salafī Islam outside the Arab world. Spotlights on wider Asia / guest editors Philipp Bruckmayr and Jan-Peter Hartung

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41-703 (60 (2020) 2-3)

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The šarḥ/ḥāšiya phenomenon in Southeast Asia : from al-Sanūsī's Umm al-Barāhīn to Malay Sifat Dua Puluh literature

Philipp Bruckmayr, Institute of Oriental studies, University of Vienna

in MIDÉO : Mélanges de l'Institut dominicain d'études orientales du Caire / Direction : Georges Shehata Anawati, (puis) Régis Morelon, (puis) Emilio Platti, (puis) Emmanuel Pisani, (puis) Dennis Halft

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