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Jong, F. de, ‘Islamic Art and Cosmology in the Sectarian Milieu’. Moscow, Moscow State University/Institute for African and Asian Studies (11-5-2000). L (11-5-2000)

Jong, F. de, ‘Islamic Art and Cosmology in the Sectarian Milieu’. Moscow, Moscow State University. Institute for African and Asian Studies (18-5-2000). L (18-5-2000)

Jong, F. de, ‘Islamic Art and Cosmology in the Sectarian Milieu’. Moscow, Moscow State University. Institute for African and Asian Studies (19-5-2000). L (19-5-2000)

Jong, F. de, ‘Islamic mysticism in the Ottoman Empire. Problems concerning revival and continuity’. New Delhi, University of New Delhi, Department of History (26-4-2000). L (26-4-2000)

Jong, F. de, ‘Islamic Studies in the Netherlands’. Islamabad (Pakistan), International Islamic University/ Islamic Research Institute (4-3-2000). L (4-3-2000)

Jong, F. de, ‘Jawâmi'-e Shî'a dar Balkân’. In: Khabar-Nâmeh-ye Bunyâd-e Dâ'irat al-Ma'ârif al-Islâmî, I/2 (1377) (1999) pp. 4-6. W 1999

Jong, F. de, ‘Johannes Baljon (1919-2001)’. In: Islamic studies, 40 (2001) pp. 190-193. O 2001

Jong, F. de, ‘Kerbela in the Caribbean. Muharram Commemorations in Trinidad and Jamaica’. Freiburg i/Br., Die Zwölfershia in der Neuzeit (5-10-1999). L (5-10-1999)

Jong, F. de, ‘Lithographed Plates from the 19the- and early 20th-century Kazan: A Form of Islamic Art in the Middle Volga Region’. Gutenberg-Museum, Mainz, Symposium on the History of Printing and Publishing in the Languages and Countries of the Middle East (10-9-2002). L (10-9-2002)

Jong, F. de, ‘Methodological and epistemologicel aspects of the study of Islamisation’. Karachi, University of Karachi, Faculty of Islamic Studies (9-3-2000). L (9-3-2000)

Jong, F. de, ‘Muharram Rituals in Trinidad and Jamaica’. Hyderabad (India), The Henry Martin Institute for Islamic Studies (3-1-1999). L (3-1-1999)

Jong, F. de, ‘Opposition to Sufism in Twentieth-Century Egypt (1900-1970). A Preliminary’. In: Jong, F. de & Radtke, B. (red.) Islamic Mysticism Contested. Leiden/Berlin/Köln, Brill. pp. 310-323. W 1999

Jong, F. de, ‘Ottoman Calligraphers and Calligraphy’. Patna (India), University of Patna/Khuda Bakhsh Oriental Public Library (28-4-1999). L (28-4-1999)

Jong, F. de, ‘Persian Studies in the Netherlands, Past and Present’. Teheran, Academy for Persian Language and Literature (2-11-1998). L (2-11-1998)

Jong, F. de, ‘Reflections on didactic and structural aspects of programs in the field of Arabic, Turkish, and Persian studies’. St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg University, Department of Oriental Studies (29-5-2000). L (29-5-2000)

Jong, F. de, ‘Reflections on the semantics of "dialogue between civilizations": foci, aims, and functions’. Tehran (Iran), International Centre for Dialogue between Civilizations (30-11-1999). L (30-11-1999)

Jong, F. de, ‘Semiotical approaches to the poetry of Shah Ismail’. Homa Hotel Shiraz (Iran), Seminar on Semiotics (23-11-1999). L (23-11-1999)

Jong, F. de, ‘Shia communities in the Balkans’. Teheran, Encyclopaedia Islamica Foundation (16-11-1998). L (16-11-1998)

Jong, F. de, ‘Shia Elements in 19th- and Early 20th-century Tatar Art’. Université de Geneve, Immages, representations and perceptions in the Shia world (18-10-2002). L (18-10-2002)

Jong, F. de, ‘Shiism in World History’. Mysore (India), Anjuman-e-Imamia (23-3-2002). L (23-3-2002)

Jong, F. de, ‘Shi'ites in the Ottoman Empire’. Tehran, Shahid Beheshti University (21-11-2001). L (21-11-2001)

Jong, F. de, ‘Tasawwuf in 19th- and 20th-century Egypt’. In: Brill, E.J. (red.) Encyclopaedia of Islam. Leiden, 1998. pp. 326-326. W 1998

Jong, F. de, ‘Th.W. Juynboll (1866-1948)’. In: (red.) Islam Ansiklopedisi. Istanbul, Diyanet Vakfi, 2001. pp. 587-589. W 2001

Jong, F. de, ‘The Basra factory of the Dutch East India Company and the Persian Directorate’. Teheran, Institute for International and Political Studies, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (24-11-1998). L (24-11-1998)

Jong, F. de, ‘The Central Asia Languages Corpora (CALC) Project: Present State and Future Prospects’. Beijing (China), International Conference on Altaic Studies (17-8-2002). L (17-8-2002)

Jong, F. de, ‘The Commemoration of the Karbala Tragedy in Caribbean Societies’. Tehran (Iran), International Center for Dialogue among Civilizations (3-11-2001). L (3-11-2001)

Jong, F. de, ‘The Dutch East India Company in the Persian Gulf (1650-1750)’. Teheran, Shahid Beheshti University (Department of History) (24-11-1998). L (24-11-1998)

Jong, F. de, ‘The future of Shia studies in the European academic tradition’. London, Round table, Al-Khoei Foundation (19-12-2000). L (19-12-2000)

Jong, F. de, ‘The transmission of Islamic learning between Egypt and the Volga-Ural region’. Ufa, Bashkiria, Bashkir State University (6-10-1998). L (6-10-1998)

Jong, F. de, ‘The transmission of Islamic learning between Egypt and the Volga-Ural religion in the 20th century’. Kazan, Tataristan, International Symposium on "Mirza Kazem-Bek and the development of Oriental studies" (24-5-2000). L (24-5-2000)

Jong, F. de, ‘The Transmission of Islamic Learning between Egypt and the Volga-Ural Region’. Kazan (Tatarstan), International Symposium on Islam in the Volga-Ural Region (8-6-2001). L (8-6-2001)

Jong, F. de, ‘The Transmission of Islamic Learning between Egypt and the Volga-Ural Region’. Palermo, Congres Union Européenne des Arabisants et Islamisants (28-11-2002). L (28-11-2002)

Jong, F. de, ‘The Turks of Western Thrace under Allied Administration (1919-1920)’. Bergen (Noorwegen), University of Bergen (23-2-2001). L (23-2-2001)

Jong, F. de, ‘Vol. 6’. In: Adel, G.-A. Haddad (red.) Daneshname-ye Jahan-e Eslam. Tehran, Encyclopaedia Islamic Foundation, 2002. pp. 719-720. W 2002

Jong, F. de, ‘Wazifa as a term of Islamic mysticism’. In: Bearman, P.J. (red.) The Encyclopaedia of Islam Vol. xi. Leiden, Brill, 2001. pp. 184-186. W 2001

Jong, F. de, Sufi Orders in Ottoman and Post-Ottoman Egypt and the Middle East. Istanbul, The Isis Press, 2000. 274 pp. W 2000

Jong, F. de. ‘Greek Policies Concerning the Muslims in Western Thrace as Reflected in paul Hidiroglou’s ‘Western Thrace in the Light of the National Ideal of the Turks’.’ In: Milletlerarasi Hukuk Blteni (1997) pp. 43-49. W 1997

Jong, F. de. ‘Muslim Reaction to European Expansion: Imam Shamil from a Comparative Perspective.’ Conferentie ‘The North Caucasian Peoples’ War of Liberation and Shamil’. Makhachkala (Dahestan). 22 oktober 1997. L 1997

Jong, F. de. ‘Shafi Law and Imam Shamil: Some Critical Reflections.’ Institute of Asian and African Studies, Moscow State University. Moskou. 31 oktober 1997. L 1997

Jong, F. de. ‘The Muslim Minorities in the Balkans on the Eve of the Collapse of Communism.’ In: Islamic Studies. Special issue Islam in the Balkans 1997 (1997) pp. 413-427. W 1997

Jong, F. de. ‘The Study of Alevi Poetry: Prospects and Limitations of a Computer-based Research Tool for Ottoman Studies.’ International Congress of Asian and North African Studies/Colloquium on ‘The State of Ottoman Studies at the End of the 20th Centruy’. Budapest. 9 juli 1997. L 1997

Jong, F. de. ‘The Tekke-complex of Haci Bekta: Some Esoterical Aspects of Dimensions and Ornamentation.’ Deuxième congrès international de l’archéologie ottomane dans le monde. Zaghouan (Tunesië). 10 september 1997. L 1997

Jong, F. de. ‘The Turkish Minority in Western Thrace, Human Rights and the European Community.’ Seminar on ‘Türk-Yuman Ilikilerinde Bati Trakya Sorunu’. Faculty of Law of the University of Istanbul. Istanbul 5 maart 1997. L 1997

Kessler, F.E., ‘Die Ufa in der Weimarer Republik (1918-1933)’. In: Leonhard, J.-L. (red.) Medienwissenschaft. Ein Handbuch zur Entwicklung der Medien und Kommunikationsformen. Berlijn, New York, Walter de Gruyter, 2001. pp. 1177-1184. W 2001

Kiel, M. & Karidis, D., Mytilinis Astigrafia kai Lesvou Chorografia (15 os-19os ai.) me vási adimosíevtes Othomanikés kai Gallikés archeiakés pighés. Athene, Olkos, 2001. 231 pp. W 2001

Kiel, M. & Karidis, D., Mytilinis astigrafia kai Lesvou Chrografia (150s-190s ai.) me vasi adimosievtes Othomanikes kai Gallikes archeiakes pighes. Athene, Olkos, 2000. 231 pp. W 2000

Kiel, M. & Ünal, R., Birgi, Tarihi ve Türk Devri Eserleri. Ankara, Kültür Bakanligi, 2001. 317 pp. W 2001

Kiel, M. ‘15th-16th Ottoman Sources on the Use of the Great Hamams of Thessaloniki.’ Aristotelian University. Thessaloniki. 4 november 1997. L 1997

Kiel, M. ‘Grds.’ In: Islam Ansiklopedisi XIV. Trkiye Diyanet Vakfi. (1997) pp. 154-156. W 1997

Kiel, M. ‘Grice.’ In: Islam Ansiklopedisi XIV. Trkiye Diyanet Vakfi. (1997) pp. 157-158. W 1997

Kiel, M. ‘Gmlcine.’ In: Islam Ansiklopedisi XIV. Trkiye Diyanet Vakfi. (1997) pp. 268-270. W 1997

Kiel, M. ‘Magnesia on the Meander, from Classical Polis to Byzantine Castle and Emirate Marketplace.’ Zaghouan (Tunesi). 10 september 1997. L 1997

Kiel, M. ‘Osmaanse architectuur.’ Gastcollege aan de Vakgroep Oosterse Talen en Culturen. Rijksuniversiteit Leiden. Leiden. 21 april 1997. L 1997

Kiel, M. ‘Plovdiv.’ In: Dictionary of Art. London (1997) 2 pp. W 1997

Kiel, M. ‘The Medrese and Imaret of Hayreddin Barbarossa on Mitylini/Lesbos, 1534-1550.’ Istanbul Technical University. Istanbul. 7 oktober 1997. L 1997

Kiel, M. ‘The Rise and Fall of Turkish Boeotia.’ In: J. Bintliff (red.) Recent Developments in the History and Archaeology of Central Greece. Proceedings of the 6th International Boeotian Conference. Oxford (1997) pp. 315-358. W 1997

Kiel, M., ‘"Art at the Border". An early 13th Century Caravansaray at the Syrian-Turkish Border and its Place in Islamic Art and History’. Coventry, University of Coventry-Warwick, Spring Symposium: Eastern Approaches to Byzantium (27-3-1999). L (27-3-1999)

Kiel, M., ‘¿¿kodra (Skutari)’. In: (red.) Türkiye Diyanet Vakfi Islam Ansiklopedisi Istanbul. Istanbul, 2001. pp. 433-434. W 2001

Kiel, M., ‘¿¿tip (¿tip)’. In: (red.) Türkiye Diyanet Vakfi Islam Ansiklopedisi Istanbul. Istanbul, 2001. pp. 440-442. W 2001

Kiel, M., ‘¿slimye (Sliven)’. In: (red.) Türkiye Diyanet Vakfi Islam Ansiklopedisi. , 2001. pp. 73-75. W 2001

Kiel, M., ‘¿stefe (Thebes)’. In: (red.) Türkiye Diyanet Vakfi Islam Ansiklopedisi Istanbul. Istanbul, 2001. pp. 312-314. W 2001

Kiel, M., ‘¿zdin (Lamia)’. In: (red.) Türkiye Diyanet Vakfi Islam Ansiklopedisi Istanbul. Istanbul, 2001. pp. 505-506. W 2001

Kiel, M., ‘¿zladi (Zlatitsa)’. In: (red.) Türkiye Diyanet Vakfi Islam Ansiklopedisi Istanbul. Istanbul, 2001. pp. 513-515. W 2001

Kiel, M., ‘A muslim cultural centre at the edge of the Islamic world, Livno in Western Bosnia’. Isfahan, Iran, International Congress of Islamic Arts and Crafts (3-10-2002). L (3-10-2002)

Kiel, M., ‘Churches and Monasteries in the 16th-17th century Ottoman Balkans’. Zaghouan (Tunesië), Foundation Temimi (20-9-2001). L (20-9-2001)

Kiel, M., ‘Demographic Changes and the Effect of Foreign Invasions. Thje Kaza of Svistov (Danubian Bulgaria) in the 15th - 19th Centuries’. In: Delilbasi, M. (red.) New Approaches to Ottoman History, An international Symposium to celebrate the "50 Years Ankara University". Ankara, 1999. pp. 36-52. W 1999

Kiel, M., ‘Die Rolle des Kadis und der Ulema als Föderer der Baukunst in den Provinzzentren des Osmanischen Reiches’. In: Prätor, Sabine & Neumann, Christoph (red.) Festschrift Hans Georg Majer. Istanbul, 2002. pp. 569-601. W 2002

Kiel, M., ‘Electronic Archaeology in Kirk Kavak, A preliminary rapport of the Work in 1998’. Ankara, International Symposium of Excavations, Survey and Archeometry (24-5-1999). L (24-5-1999)

Kiel, M., ‘Het Osmaanse Rijk en de Balkan: tussen demoniseren en idealiseren’. In: Begrip, 25/04 (1999) pp. 151-159. W 1999

Kiel, M., ‘Hezargrad (Razgrad)’. In: (red.) T.D.V. Islam Ansikl. , 1998. pp. 345-351. W 1998

Kiel, M., ‘Hoofdlijnen der moskeearchitectuur’. Universiteit Groningen, - (9-12-2002). L (9-12-2002)

Kiel, M., ‘In search for a disappeared Ottoman socio-religious complex: the lost Külliye of Gazi Turhan Bey in Kirk Kavak, Uzunköprü, Turkish Thrace, 1455’. Zaghouan, Tunesië, Vierde Internationale Congres voor de Archeologie van de Osmaanse Wereld (23-3-2000). L (23-3-2000)

Kiel, M., ‘In search of a disappeared Early-ottoman Külliye in Turkisch Thrace, Modern Archaeology and Ottoman Administrative Records’. Cambridge, UK Skilliter Center for Ottoman Studies, International Symposium on Ottoman Archaeology (6-2-1999). L (6-2-1999)

Kiel, M., ‘In search of a dissapeared early-Ottoman socio religious complex Kirk Kavak in Turkish Thrace’. Smithsonian and Freer Gallery, Washington DC, Ernst Herzfeld Symposium (3-5-2001). L (3-5-2001)

Kiel, M., ‘IZLADI / Population Changes, Colonisation and Islamisation in a Bulgarian Mountain Canton, 15th-19th Centuries’. In: Radusev, E. (red.) Studia In Honorem Professoris Verae Mutafcieva. Sofia, 2001. pp. 175-187. W 2001

Kiel, M., ‘Kazanlik’. In: (red.) Türkiye Diyanet Vakfi Islâm Ansiklopedisi. Istanbul, 2002. pp. 138-140. W 2002

Kiel, M., ‘Kesriye’. In: (red.) Türkiye Diyanet Vakfi Islâm Ansiklopedisi. Istanbul, 2002. pp. 311-312. W 2002

Kiel, M., ‘Kusadasi, a 14th-century Genoese colonial town, or a 17th-century Ottoman creation’. Izmir/Çesme, Turkije, 14th CIÉPO-Congress (19-9-2000). L (19-9-2000)

Kiel, M., ‘Little-known sources for the demographic history and historical geography of Bosnia, 15-17 centuries’. Sarajevo, Bosnia Institute (8-6-2001). L (8-6-2001)

Kiel, M., ‘Looking backward-looking forward: Seventy-five years of study of the history and culturele of Islam in South-Eastern Europe’. Sofia, Joined Bulgarian-Turkish Conference on the Islamic Culture of the Balkans (21-3-2000). L (21-3-2000)

Kiel, M., ‘Maglaj on the Bosnia, origin, development and monuments of a Muslim town in S.E. Europe’. Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania, Institute for the History of Art (2-4-2001). L (2-4-2001)

Kiel, M., ‘Magnesia on the Maeander, from Hellenistic Polis to Turkish market place’. Izmir, Aegean University (11-10-2001). L (11-10-2001)

Kiel, M., ‘Magnesia on the Maeander. From Hellenistic polis to Byzantine castle and to Emirate and Ottoman Marketplace’. In: Temimi, A. (red.) Corpus de l'Archeologie Ottoman dans le Monde. Zaghouan, 1997. pp. 80-97. W 1998

Kiel, M., ‘Mittelgriechenland in osmanischer Zeit, Historische Demographie, Wirtschaft und Entwicklung der griechisch-christliche Malerei und Baukunst’. Karl-Ludwig Universität, Freiburg, lezing (18-11-1999). L (18-11-1999)

Kiel, M., ‘Osmaanse Architecture als Spiegel der Geschiedenis’. Rotterdamse Kunststichting, Rotterdam, lezing (19-10-1999). L (19-10-1999)

Kiel, M., ‘Ottoman administrative sources on the planning and construction of the new city and fortifications of Navarino (Southern Greece)’. Ohio, Cincinnati University (11-5-2001). L (11-5-2001)

Kiel, M., ‘Ottoman Architectural Monuments in the Balkans: Losses and Gains’. In: Deroche, F., Genequand, C. & Rogers, M. (red.) Actes/Acts de le 10e Congres Internationale d'Art Turc. Geneve, 1999. pp. 27-38. W 1999

Kiel, M., ‘Ottoman Kyustendil in the 15th and 16th Century. Ottoman administrative documents from the Turkish Archives versus Myths and Assumptions in the Work of Academician Jordan Ivanov’. In: (red.) Izvestija na Istori¿eski Muzej (Kyustendil, 1993). Kyustendil, 2001. pp. 141-169. W 2001

Kiel, M., ‘Ottoman Monuments in the Balkans today’. Cambridge MA, Harvard University, Department of Near Eastern Studies (17-4-2001). L (17-4-2001)

Kiel, M., ‘Ottoman Urban Development and the Cult of a Heterodox Sufi Saint: Sari Saltuk Dede and towns of Isakçe and Babadag in the Northern Dobrudja’. Parijs, Collége de France (8-10-2001). L (8-10-2001)

Kiel, M., ‘QUATRE FEUILLE, The Four-Clover-Leave-Plan of the Classical Ottoman Mosque Archtecture Origin and trend-followers, and its 'oldest known example:' the Fethiye Mosque of Sultan Mehmed II in Athens (1460)’. In: Muqarnas(2002) nr. 16, pp. 123-142. W 2002

Kiel, M., ‘Razprostranenie na isljama v Balgarskoto selo prez Osmanskata epoha (XV-XVIII v.)’. In: Gradeva, R. & Ivanova, S. (red.) Mjusjulmanskata kultura po Balgarskite zemi. Sofia, 1998. pp. 56-126. W 1998

Kiel, M., ‘Sari Saltuk: Pionier des Islams auf dem Balkan im 13. Jahrhundert’. In: Franz, E. & Ergin, I. (red.) Aleviler/Alewiten. Identität und Geschichte. Hamburg, Deutsches Orient Institut, 2000. pp. 253-286. W 2000

Kiel, M., ‘Svistov / Zistova and its district in the 15th-19th centuries. Settlement History, Historical Demography and the Effects of Wars in a Lowland District of Danubian Bulgaria’. In: (red.) Proceedings of the Second International Congress on the Culture of Islam on the Balkans, (Sofia April 1998). Sofia, 2001. pp. 220-244. W 2001

Kiel, M., ‘Svistov/Zistova and its district in the 15th-19th centuries. Settlement History, Historical Demography and the Effect of Wars in a Lowland District of Danubian Bulgaria’. Sofia, Congres (23-4-1998). L (23-4-1998)

Kiel, M., ‘The Bektashi dervish 'abbey' of Kidemli Baba in Bulgarian Thrace, old Ottoman documents and new electronic dating methods’. Zaghouan, Tunesië, 3e Internationale Symposium 'Archeologie Ottomane (10-9-1998). L (10-9-1998)

Kiel, M., ‘The Caravansaray and Civic Centre of Defterdar Murad Çelebi in Ma'arat an-Nu'man and the Külliye of Yemen Fatihi Sinan Pasha in Sa'sa'. Two little known 16th-Century Ottoman Külliyes in Syria and their relation to Ottoman and Local Building Traditions’. In: Akin, N. & Batur, A. (red.) Seven Centuries of Ottoman Architecture, A Supra-National Heritage (Istanbul, 1999). Istanbul, 2001. pp. 103-110. W 2001

Kiel, M., ‘The Caravansaray and Civic Centre of Defterdar Murad Pasha (1566) at Ma'arrat un-Num'an, Central Syria, an unstudied large Ottoman architectural creation and it 's place in the development of Ottoman architecture’. Istanbul, Technical University, International Congress; A Supra-National Heritage, 600 years of Ottoman Architecture (26-11-1999). L (26-11-1999)

Kiel, M., ‘The Icon and the Mosque, Greek Orthodox icons and fresco paintings as a source to retrieve the destroyed Islamic architectural heritage of the Southern Balkans’. Munchen, Lezing Universiteit Munchen (8-12-1998). L (8-12-1998)

Kiel, M., ‘The Janissary Recruitment registers from 1495 and 1601’. Cambridge MA, Harvard University (13-4-2001). L (13-4-2001)

Kiel, M., ‘The Question of Religious Tolerance in the Ottoman Empire seen in the mirror of Orthodox Christan Churches and Monasteries constructed in the 15th-18th century Balkan Provinces’. Istanbul, Centre for Islamic Studies, International Symposium on Religouis Tolerance and Freedom of Conscience in the Ottoman (28-11-1999). L (28-11-1999)

Kiel, M., ‘The rise and decline of Ottoman Boeotia, 15th - 19th centuries (Remarks on the Settlement pattern, Demography and Agricultural production according to unpublished Ottoman Turkish census- and taxation records’. In: (red.) Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress of Boeothian Studies, Bradford U.K., 1989. Durham, 1997. pp. 220-265. W 1998

Kiel, M., ‘Urban Development and Patronage of Islamic Architecture in 16th-17th Century Bosnia and Herzegovina’. Cambridge MA, Massachusetts Institute for Technology (23-3-2001). L (23-3-2001)

Kiel, M., ‘Vâlihî Üskübî, some notes on a 16th century ottoman poet from the Balkans and the background of his Life and Work’. In: Journal of Turkish studies, 26 (2002) nr. 2, pp. 31-41. W 2002

Kiel, M., ‘Veliki Bolgar, a deserted Muslim capital in Northern Russia (13-16th centuries)’. Harvard University (U.S.A.), The Aga Khan Programm for Islamic Architecture (8-2-2001). L (8-2-2001)

Kiel, M., Bulgaristan' da Osmanli Dönemi Kentsel Gelismesi ve Mimari Anitlar. Ankara, Ministry of Culture, 2000. 138 pp. W 2000

Kiel, M., Excursieleiding en begeleidend documentatiepaper. [Organisatie] (1999) Aken en Nijmegen. (23-2-1999) O 1999

Kiel, M., Izkustvo I Obshtestnost v Bugarija prez Turskoto Period, 1371-1700. Nova Interpretatsija. Sofia, Ljubomadrie, 2002. W 2002

Kiel, M., vijf colleges over aspecten van de Islamitische cultuur in Z.O. Europa, samen met dr. H. Reindl-Kiel. [Onderzoekpresentatie] (2001) Moskou. (16-10-2001 / 27-10-2001) O 2001

Kirillina, S., Islam v Egipte v pozdneosmanski period (XVIII - pervaya tret xix veka). Utrecht, EJOS (Electronic Journal of Oriental Studies), 1999. 543 pp. W 2000

Kirillina, S., Islamskie Institutui Osmanskogo Egypta. Lewinston/Canada, The Edwin Mellen Press, 2000. 468 pp. W 2000

Landman, N. ‘[Bespreking van:] M. Alkan (red.) Islam in een ontzuilde samenleving.’ In: Wereld en zending (1997) pp. 113-114. V 1997

Landman, N. ‘[Bespreking van:] S. Braam en M. Ulger. Grijze wolven.’ In: Begrip Moslims Christenen (1997) pp. 262-263. V 1997

Landman, N. ‘[Recensie van:] H.R. Kraemer en J. Verdonk (red.) Geloven in het Midden Oosten.’ In: Sharqiyyat (1997) pp. 162-165. W 1997

Landman, N. ‘[Recensies van:] D. Waines. An Introduction to Islam.’ In: Nederlands theologisch tijdschrift (1997) pp. 144-145. W 1997

Landman, N. ‘Alevieten en geweld.’ Symposium ‘Politiek geweld en Turken’. Willem Pompe Instituut voor Strafrechtwetenschappen. Utrecht. 31 oktober 1997. L 1997

Landman, N. ‘Alevitisme.’ Conferentie ‘Toelichting op het alevitisme’. Alevitische Culturele Vereniging Nijmegen. Nijmegen. 29 mei 1997. L 1997

Landman, N. ‘De islam in de westerse metropool.’ In: H. Driessen (red.) In het Huis van de Islam. SUN. Nijmegen (1997) pp. 388-404. W 1997

Landman, N. ‘De islamitische oemma en Nederland.’ In: Migrantenstudies (1997) pp. 97-102. W 1997

Landman, N. ‘De moslimwereld en het westen: clash of civilizations?’ Seminar ‘De islamitische wereld in beroering: gevolgen voor West-Europa’. NIIB Clingendael. Rijswijk. 13 november 1997. L 1997

Landman, N. ‘Imamopleiding in Nederland, een fase in een ontwikkelingsproces.’ Summerschool Evangelie en Moslims. Utrecht. 19 juni 1997. L 1997

Landman, N. ‘Imams in Nederland: invliegen of opleiden?’ Gastlezing bij IMES. Amsterdam. 11 maart 1997. L 1997

Landman, N. ‘Imams opleiden binnen het Nederlandse onderwijsbestel?’ In: Begrip Moslims Christenen (1997) pp. 117-134. V 1997

Landman, N. ‘Islam in Nederland. Enkele factoren die relevant zijn voor contacten tussen moslims en christenen.’ In: D. Pranger (red.) Islam en gezondheidszorg. Ambo. Baarn (1997) pp. 17-25. V 1997

Landman, N. ‘Islamism in the Western European context.’ In: MERA Journal (1997) pp. 47-61. W 1997

Landman, N. ‘Islamisme in de West Europese context.’ In: Justitile verkenningen (1997) pp. 95-106. W 1997

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