Author: Muhidin Mulalic
Publisher: AS Noordeen (2012)
Pages: 236 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
This outstanding survey provides a straightforward idea of Muslim historiography. By employing holistic approach, this book goes beyond simple description, showing the deep connection between various historical developments and the Muslim historiography. Then through study of sirah-al maghazi, tabaqat, nasab and futuhat, as clearly illustrated in this book, shows how Muslim historiography originated and developed from within.
This book also makes special reference to the role of hadith, fiqh, kalam, tafsir, linguistics, philosophy, and literature in Muslim historiography.
About The Author
Muhidin Mulalic is currently vice Dean at the faculty of Arts and Science, International University of Sarajevo, Bosina-Herzegovina. Prior to his return to Bosina he had been teaching in the University Tenaga National (UNITEN), Bangi Malaysia, a country where he lived and work for more than a decade. Being an interdisciplinary scholar Dr.Mulalic has significant number of publication on historiography, history, education, civil society, socio-cultural issues, multiculturalism and philosophy.