Mark S. Wagner, Jews and Islamic Law in Early 20th-Century Yemen

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Eirik Hovden, « Mark S. Wagner, Jews and Islamic Law in Early 20th-Century Yemen », Arabian Humanities, ID : 10.4000/cy.3086


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Jews and Islamic Law in Early 20th-Century Yemen by Associate Professor Mark S. Wagner in Arabic language and literature, Louisiana State University is a monograph that draws on literature studies, Islamic legal studies, history and anthropology. Students and scholars from all these fields as well as Yemeni studies in general will find this a rich and well written book. Wagner follows the autobiographical stories of three prominent Jews during the reigns of Imam Yaḥyā and Imam Aḥmad and thei...

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