The Time of World History: Essaying Marshall G.S. Hodgson’s Work on Islamicate Societies and Afro-Eurasian World History

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March 16, 2018

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Editorial Board, « The Time of World History: Essaying Marshall G.S. Hodgson’s Work on Islamicate Societies and Afro-Eurasian World History », Chronologics. Periodisation in a global context, ID : 10670/1.f6ab2p


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Preprint Michael Geyer In his time, Marshall G.S. Hodgson (1922–1968) was a highly regarded historian of Islam at the University of Chicago. He is best known for his three volumeVenture of Islam, which is still in circulation and apparently used widely.[1] He is much less known for his work on Shi’a Islam and other, smaller groups within Islam, and he is not at all known as a world and global historian, despite the publication of some of his essays on the subject.[2] It is the latter tha...

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