British Association for Islamic Studies, Inaugural Conference

Andrew Marsham (Chair and Invited Speaker)

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in conference


Panel 4: Representations of Religion, Society and the Economy in Early Islamic Historical Writing Venue: Salisbury – Chair: Andrew Marsham Nicola Clarke (Newcastle University) “He lashed his mawlā with a whip, and shaved his head”: masculinity and hierarchy in early Andalusī chronicles Hannah Hagemann (University of Edinburgh) “We do not seek the glory of this world”: al-Ṭabarī on activist and quietist Kharijism during the caliphate of Mu‘āwiya b. Abī Sufyān Andrew Marsham (University of Edinburgh) ‘He made all the Muslims’ wealth that was pleasant … into something for his own glory’: accusations against the Umayyads in Abū Ḥamza’s sermon (747 CE) Ulrika Martennson (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) Social Contract and Written Law: The Rise of Islam and Weber’s Instrumental Rationality
Period10 Apr 2014
Event typeConference
LocationEdinburgh, United Kingdom