Podcasts and Videos

Ibn ‘Arabi and the Geometry of Reality — Series 4

Online Talks, Summer 2020

The Dot and the Line: Akbarian views on time and the instant43:59

Michele Petrone

Michele Petrone is a Post-doctoral Research Fellow at the Université catholique de Louvain

Videos by Michele Petrone

The Dot and the Line: Akbarian views on time and the instant

Tasting, Drinking and Quenching Thirst: From Mystical Experience to Mystical Metaphysics 37.48

Alexander Knysh

Alexander Knysh is professor of Islamic Studies and former chair (1998–2004) of the Department of Near Eastern Studies, the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He obtained his doctoral degree from the Institute for Oriental Studies (Leningrad Branch) of the Soviet Academy of Sciences in 1986. Since 1991 he has lived and worked in the United States of America and England. His research interests include Islamic mysticism and Islamic theological thought in historical perspective as well as Islam and Islamic movements in local contexts (especially Yemen and the Northern Caucasus). He has numerous publications on these subjects, including Ibn 'Arabi in the Later Islamic Tradition: The Making of a Polemical Image in Medieval Islam (1998). A large number of papers and valuable book reviews can be found on: https://umich.academia.edu/AlexanderKnysh [/]

https://lsa.umich.edu/middleeast/people/faculty/alknysh.html [/]

 

Articles by Alexander Knysh

The Realms of Responsibility in Ibn Arabi’s al-Futuhat al-Makkiyya

 

Podcasts by Alexander Knysh

The Realms of Responsibility in Ibn Arabi’s Futuhat