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Dr. A. (Arie) Schippers

Faculty of Humanities
Capaciteitsgroep Semitische talen en culturen
Photographer: onbekend

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  • Spuistraat 134
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  • Postbus 1641
    1000 BP Amsterdam
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    Curriculum Vitae Arie Schippers

    [This paragraph is originally written in English; translations into Dutch and other languages are unauthorized]

    Born in Voorburg 1947, I studied at Leiden University Semitic and Romance Languages (Arabic, Hebrew, Italian, Spanish), where I passed my "doctoraal" examination in Arabic in 1973 and in Italian in 1974. I received my Ph. D. degree in Literature in 1988 at Amsterdam University with my dissertation Arabic Tradition and Hebrew Innovation: Arabic Themes in Hebrew Andalusian Poetry.

    I was NWO researcher at Leiden University from 1974-1976, taught Hebrew at Nijmegen University in 1976-1977, and I taught Arabic at Amsterdam University from 1977-2012.

    My research is concentrated on Arabic and Hebrew medieval poetry in Muslim Spain (al-Andalus) and in connection and comparison with the medieval Romance literatures of Southern Europe (Spain, Provence and Italy). I serve on the editorial board of  The Medieval and Early Modern Iberian World (formerly Medieval Iberian Peninsula) a series published by Brill Academic Publishers, Leiden, from 2001 on.

    I regularly lecture in Congresses and Symposia in and outside The Netherlands organized by the Union Européenne des Arabisants et Islamisants, the Judeo-Arabic Society, the European Association of Jewish Studies, the Association Internationale d'Études Occitanes and others. I was treasurer of the UEAI from 2002-2010.

    Since April 2012 I am a Guest Researcher of the Capacity Group of Semitic Languages and Cultures and the Capacity group of Romance Languages.  My correspondence address is the following: Dr. A. Schippers, Singel 428 C, 1017 AV Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

    Recent Publications

    Artikelen, boekbijdragen

    67. ---- ---------, 'Moses ibn Habib: Poet and Migrant' in Studia Rosenthaliana , Journal of the History, Culture and Heritage of the Jews in

    the Netherlands, Volume 35, number 2, 2001, pp. 172-183 [verschenen 2002].

    68. ---- ---------, "The Hebrew maqama", (Chapter 8.1- in:   Jaakko Hämeen-Anttila, Maqama: A History of a Genre , Wiesbaden , Harrassowitz (Diskurse der Arabistik 5), 2002, pp. 302- 327.

    [reviewed by Yosef Sadan & Haviva Ishay, 'Me-Abu Fath we-'ad Heverha-Qeni: Toledot ha-Maqamah ha-'aravitwe-ha-ivrit', in Ha-Aretz , Tarbutwe-Sifrut, 2 januari 2004, p. H 4.]

    69. ---- ---------, "Current Trends in the Study of Hispano-Arabic Literature, the Problem of the Distinctiveness of the Individual Andalusian Poet: the Case of the Poet Muhammad b. Idris b. Marg al-Kuhl (d. 634 H)" in: The Arabist, Budapest Studies in Arabic 24-25 (2000), [=Proceedings of the 20th Congress of the Union Européenne des Arabisants et Islamisants, Part One, Budapest 10-17 september 2000, ed. by K. Dévényi],   pp. 163-174.

    70. ---- ---------,* 'Medieval Hebrew Narrative and the Arabic Literary Tradition' in Frankfurter Judaistische Beiträge , 29 (2002), pp. 87-94.

    71. ---- ---------*, "Les oeuvres d'Abraham et Yedayah de Béziers à la lumière des oeuvres de leur prédécesseurs espagnols", in Carlos Heusch, ed. [avec la collaboration de Gérard Gouiran], Biterris, Béziers et son rayonnement culturel au moyen âge, Ville de Béziers/Presses Universitaires de Perpignan, 2003, pp. 37-48.

    72. ---- ---------(*), 'Processions, festivals et mascarades dans les littératures médiévales arabe et hébraïque' European Medieval Drama 6 (2002), edited by Jelle Koopmans and Bart Ramakers, Brepols Turnhout, pp. 121-128.

    73. ---- --------*-, 'A muwashshah from the Genizah' in Zutot: perspectives on Jewish culture no. 2 (2002), pp. 56-64.

    74. ---- ---------*, 'Manierismo e Individualidad: la poesía de Ibn Jafayah (1058-1139), Moshe ibn Ezra (1055-1138) y Yehudah ha-Levi (1074-1141)" in Judit Targarona Borás & Angel Sáenz Badillos, Poesía hebrea en al-Andalus, Granada : Universidad de Granada, 2003, pp. 173-185.

    75. ---- --------, 'Les «Anciens»et les «Modernes» dans l'histoire littéraire andalouse' in Qurtuba : Estudios Andalusíes 6 (2001) [Arabismo y arabistas : Una mesa redonda sobre crítica literaria andalusí [Lisboa, 15 de Mayo del 2000], pp. 237-247.

    76. ---- ---------, 'The Relationship between poetry and Sacred Texts in Arabic and Hebrew Poetic Traditions', in: Paolo Bagni, Maurizio Pistoso, eds., Poetica medievale tra Oriente e Occidente , Roma : Carocci, 2003, pp. 193-203.

    77. ---- ---------, 'Forme, style et thématique dans les poésies strophiques occitanes, arabes et hébraïques', in: Rossana Castano, Saverio Guida et Fortunata Latella, eds., Scène, évolution, sort de la langue et de la littérature d'oc [Actes du Septième Congrès International de l'Association Internationale d'Études Occitanes, Reggio Calabria-Messina, 7-13 juillet 2002], Roma, Viella, 2004, I, pp. 651-660.

    78. ---- ---------, 'Changing Narrativity in   a Changing Society: the Dichotomy Between the "Early" and the "Later" Stories in Tanukhi's "Relief After Hardship "   in Quaderni di Studi Arabi 20-21 (2002-2003), pp.   39-51.

    79. ---- ---------, 'An episode in thelife of ahero in the Sirat Bani Hilal : Abu Zayd as a schoolboy' in Oriente Moderno 22 n.s. (2003)(Studies on Arabic Epics), pp. 347-359

    80. ---- --------, "Prosopography of the Almoravid Addressees of Ibn Khafaja's Poems", in Medieval Prosopography: History and Collective Biography 23 (2002) [Special Issue on Arab-Islamic Medieval Culture ed. by Manuela Marín], pp. 185-201.

    81. ---- ---------, "Poetry and History in Ibn Bassam's Dahirah", in Magaz, Culture e contatti nell'area del Mediterraneo. Il ruolo dell'Islam , Annali della Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia dell'Università di Palermo , LA MEMORIA 15 [=Atti 21 o Congresso UEAI Palermo 2002], a cura di Antonino Pellitteri, Palermo 2003, pp. 281-289.

    82. ---- ---------, '25 jaar Arabische letterkunde in Nederland 1975-2001' in Sharqiyyât 15 (2003), pp. 9-28.

    83. (*)---- ---------, 'Al-Munfatil and his Poetical Connection with Samuel ha-Nagid ibn Naghrilah' in Katrien De Graef, ed., Ba'al Milim: Liber Amicorum Julien Klener , University of Ghent 2004, pp. 131-147.

    84.* ------- ------, 'Nissim b. Ya 'qub, Ibn Shahin', in P.J. Bearman, T.H. Bianquis, C.E. Bosworth, E. van Donzel, W.P. Heinrichs, Eds. Encyclopaedia of Islam [second edition], Supplement, fasc. 9-10, Leiden (E.J. Brill) 2004, pp. 669-670.

    85.*---- --------, "Psalms" in Jane Dammen Mc Auliffe, ed., Encyclopaedia of the Qur'an [Volume Four P-Sh], Leiden : Brill 2004, pp. 314-318.

    86.---- ---------, 'Ibn Bassâm al-šantarînîet la bataille de Zallâqa'  in B. Soravia e A. Sidarus (eds.), Literatura e CulturanoGharb al-Andalus , Lisboa : IICT/ Hugin, 2005, pp. 109-119.

    87. ---- ---------,  'Hispano-Arabic Literature and the Early Romance Literature' in Dominique Billy et Ann Buckley (eds.), Études de Langues et de littérature médiévales offertes à Peter T. Ricketts , Brepols, Turnhout, 2005, T. 1, pp. 71-78.

    88. ---- ---------, (*) "Liebesleid, Modelle Und Kontakte: Arabische, hebräische und früh-romanische Dichter in Sizilien und die Minnesang" in Lara Auteri, Margherita Cottone, edds, Deutsche Kultur und Islam am Mittelmeer [Akten der Tagung Palermo 13.-15. November 2003] , Göppingen : Kümmerle Verlag, 2005, pp. 61-75.

    89. ---- ---------, "Préface" in Alois Richard Nykl, La poésie hispano-arabe et les premiers troubadours d'Aquitaine , traduit de l'anglais par Maïca Sanconie, a-p. de Luc de Goustine,Moustier Ventadour 2005, pp. 9-22.

    90. ---- ---------, "La poésie de la nature en Al-Andalus", La France latine, Revue d'études d'oc 140, 1(2005) [Thème: Le Jardin des Poètes : Moyen-âge méridional ], pp. 115-128.

    91.(*) ---- ---------, 'The Transformation of the Arabic Ghazal: Nasib and Ghazal in 11th- and 12th-Century Andalusian Poetry', in: Thomas Bauer & Angelika Neuwirth, eds.,   Ghazal as World Literature I , Beiruter Texte und Studien 89, Orient-Insitut, Beirut [Ergon Verlag, Würzburg] 2005, pp. 311-324.

    92*. ---- ---------, 'Le thème de l'amour dans la poésie strophique hébraïque au Moyen Âge en Espagne musulmane: Moïse Ibn Ezra (1055-1138) et Abraham IbnEzra(1090-1165)'  in : Dominique Billy, François ClémentetAnnie Combes, dir.,   L'espace lyrique méditerranéen au Moyen Âge, nouvelles approches , Toulouse, Presses universitaires du Mirail,2006,   pp. 201-215.

    93*. ---- ---------, 'Some Remarks on the Muwashshahât of Abraham ibn Ezra' in Ed Emery, ed., Muwashshah! Proceedings of the Conference on Arabic and Hebrew Strophic Poetry and its Romance Parallels,School of Oriental and African Studies [SOAS], London, October 2004 , London [SOAS] 2007, pp. 241-255.  

    94*. ---- ---------, 'Some Remarks on the Women's Stories in the Judeo-Arabic al-Faraj ba'd al-Shidda by Nissim ibn Shâhîn (990-1062)' in Arnoud Vrolijk and Jan P. Hogendijk, eds., O ye Gentlemen: Arabic Studies on Science and literary Culture, in honour of Remke Kruk [Arabic Philosophy, Theology and Science, texts and studies, Vol. LXXIV], Brill, Leiden 2007, pp. 277-289.

    95.*---- ---------, « Ibn Shâhîn (990-1062), Ibn Zabâra (1131-1209) et le répertoire narratif arabe en Europe médiévale » in Frédéric Bauden, Aboubakr Chraïbi et Antonella Ghersetti (éds.),  Le Répertoire narratif arabe médiéval : transmission et ouverture . Actes du colloque international qui s'est tenu à l'Université de Liège du 15 au 17 septembre 2005, Genève: Droz («Publications de la Faculté de Philosophie et Lettres»), 2008, 353 p. ISSN 0768-5475, pp. 287- 299.

    96.* -------------, "The Middle Arabic of Nissîm ibn Shâhîn   (990-1062)" dans Moyenarabe et variétés mixtes de l'arabe à travers l'histoire , Publication de l'Institut Orientaliste de Louvain  58, éd. J. Lentin et J. Grand'Henry,   Louvain-la-Neuve, 2008 (verschenen in 2009), pp. 423-438.

    97. ---- ---------, "The Role of Heroes in Medieval Historical Narrative", in Kristof D'hulster en Jo van Steenbergen, eds., Continuity and Change in the Realms of Islam (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 171), Leuven : Peeters,   2008, pp. 567-582.

    98.* ---- ---------, "Some Remarks on Judeo-Arabic Poetical Works : an Arabic poem by Moshe Dar'i   (ca. 1180-ca. 1240)", in Alessandro Guetta, Masha Itzhaky, eds. A Message Upon the Garden. Studies in Medieval Jewish Poetry , Acts Aix en Provence , Leiden , Brill 2008, pp. 141-156.

    99*. ---- ---------, "Mannerism and Individuality.The Poetry of Ibn Khafâjah (1058-1139), Moshe ibn Ezra (1055-1138) and Yehudah Ha-Levi (1074-1141), in Yosef Tobi, ed., Bên 'Ever le-'Arav Vol. 4 : Sefer ha-Yovel le-kavod Prof. Amnon Shiloah Jubilee Volume, Haifa 2008, pp. vii-xv. (See 74)

    100*. ---- ---------, "Medieval Opinions on the Spanish School of Hebrew Poetry and its Epigones" in Studia Rosenthaliana 40 [Epigonism and the Dynamic of Jewish Culture] (2007/ 2008) , pp.127-138.  

    101* ---- ---------,"Secular Poetry in Muslim Spain till 1225 : A General Overview with the New Tendencies, Problems...,in: Iberia Judaica : Los judíos de al-Andalus[The Jews in al-Andalus], I (2009), Madrid : Alcobendas , Asociación Hispana de Estudios Hebraicos, pp. 119- 134.

    102 --------, "Al-A'ma l-Tutili" in Encyclopaedia of Islam Three , Edited by Gudrun Krämer, Denis Matringe, John Nawas and Everett Rowson, Brill : Leiden etc. (2009) 2, pp. 72-73

    103. ---- ---------, "Abu'l-Hasan al-Ansari" in Encyclopaedia of Islam Three , Edited by Gudrun Krämer, Denis Matringe, John Nawas and Everett Rowson, Brill : Leiden etc.   (2009) 2, pp. 92-93

    104. ---- ---------, "La poésie hispano-arabe et les premiers troubadours d'Aquitaine", in Guy Latry, ed., La voix occitane [Actes du 8e Congrès de l'Association Internationale d'Études Occitanes Bordeaux 12-17 octobre 2005], Pessac, Presses universitaires de Bordeaux, 2009, Tome I, pp. 121-130.  

    105* ---- ---------, ´Some Remarks   about the Hebrew Maqama and non-Classical Arabic Literature', Criticism and Interpretation ( Biqqoret u-Farshanut) 39 (2006) =Themanummer: Mittuv Sefarad [From the Treasures of Spain], pp. v-xviii [non-Hebrew pp. 5-18].  

    106* ---- -------, 'Abraham Bedershi (of Béziers) , Yeda'ya Ha-Penini, and the Literary Traditions of Medieval Spain and Provence', in Ayelet Oettinger and Danny Bar-Maoz, eds.,   Mittuv Yosef   [From the Treasures of Yosef],Yosef Tobi Jubilee Volume, Haifa : University of Haifa, Center for the Study of Jewish Culture in Spain and Islamic Countries,2011,   I, pp. 361-372.

    107* ---- -------, "Muwašša ḥ." Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics . Managing Editors Online Edition: Lutz Edzard; Rudolf de Jong . Brill, 2011. pp. 1-14. Brill Online . arie schippers. 15 July 2011,

    108* ---- --------, "Some Questions of Italian Hebrew Poetics in the Light of the Spanish Hebrew Heritage" in Frankfurter Judaistische Beiträge, Heft 36 (2010) [published 2011], pp. 57-68.

    109* ---- --------, « Le jardin dans la poésie de l'Espagne musulmane et dans la poésie occitane médiévale une comparaison »,   dans Angelica Rieger, L'Occitanie invitée de l'Euregio. Liège 1981 - Aix-la-Chapelle 2008 : Bilan et perspectives, [Actes du Neuvième Congrès International de l'Association Internationale d'Études Occitanes,   Aix-la-Chapelle, 24-31 août 2008], Aachen, RWTH, Shaker Verlag, 2011, Volume 1, pp. 513- 518.

    110*---- ---------, "Flower Poems in Arabic, Judeo-Arabic, and Hebrew Andalusian Poetry", in: Verena Klemm and Nuha al-Sha'ar, Sources and Approaches Across Disciplines in Near-Eastern Studies,   Proceedings of the 24th Congress of l'Union Européenne des Arabisants et Islamisants ( Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta, 215) ISBN 9789042925588, Peeters, Leuven (2013), pp.379-392.

    111 ---- ---------,"Nightly Travel In the Poetry ofIbn Khafajah (1056-1138)", in: Giuseppe Contu, ed., Centre and Periphery within the Borders of Islam, Proceedings of the 23rd Congress of L'Union Européenne des Arabisants et Islamisants , ( OrientaliaLovaniensia Analecta, 207) ISBN 97890429 24963 , Peeters, Leuven (2012), pp.   273-297.

    112* ---- --------- in: Carlos del Valle, Norman Roth, Arie Schippers, 'Elegías sobre las persecuciones de 1391 en España (The persecutions of 1391 in Spain)' in Iberia Judaica Volumen III (2011), pp. 77-113 especially pp. 106-113.

    113 ---- ---------, " The Rise of the Individual Style in Andalusian Arabic Poetry: the Case of Ibn Khaf â ja (1056-1138)" in: Bert Treffers and David Rijser (eds.), The 'I' in the making, International Conference held at KNIR (Royal Netherlands Institute Rome) May 2009, in Fragmenta 3 (2009),    appeared in 2012, pp. 71-79. 

    114* ---- ---------,   'Middle Arabic in Moshe Dar'ī's Judaeo-Arabic Poems' in: Zack, Liesbeth and Schippers, Arie (eds.),   Middle Arabic and Mixed Arabic : Diachrony and Synchrony , Leiden , Brill, 2012, pp. 247-264.

    115 ---- ---------, " 'Semantic Rhyme' (Parallelism) in Andalusian Muwašša āt ",   in Quaderni di Studi Arabi n.s. 5-6 (2010-2011) [ArabicPoetry:Studies and Perspectives of Research, guest editor Geert Jan van Gelder], pp. 177-186. [appeared in 2012]


    116* ---- -------, "Stories about Women in the Collections of Nissim ibn Shahin, Petrus Alphonsi, and Yosef ibn Zabara, and Their Relation to Medieval European Narratives", in Franfurter Judaistische Beiträge 37 (2011/2012), pp. 123- 135.


    117*. ---- ---------, "Some Remarks on the Middle Arabic of the Women's Stories  in Nasim ibn Shahin's Judaeo-Arabic Al-Faraj ba'da al-Shidda: the nunation in Ibn Shahin's Faraj, in: Lidia Bettini,  Au delà de l'arabe standard: moyen arabe et arabe mixte dans les sources médiévales, modernes et contemporaines (Quaderni di Semitistica 28), Florence: Università di Firenze 2012, 323-335 


    118* ---- ---------, 'La poésie judéo-arabe de Mosheh Dar'i' in: Vermeulen, Urbain and D'hulster, Kristof (eds.), Seventh volume of CHESFAME Proceedings (16th, 17th and 18th colloquium, 2007, 2008 and 2009), OLA, Peeters, Leuven, 2013,  pp. 143-163.

    119*  ---- ---------, 'Muslims, Jews and Christians in the Dhakhira by Ibn Bassam of Santarem (d. 1147)', in Agostino Cilardo, Islam and Globalisation, Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, Proceedings UEAI 25, OLA 226, Peeters Leuven, 2013, 313-322 


    000, ---- ---------, "Arab Storytelling and Medieval European Narrative: Influence and Intertextuality" in: Salma Jayyusi, ed., Arabic Literature ,   Classical Narratives ,   Brill, Leiden etc., 2013, pp.   1-12* [forthcoming].


    Populaire publicaties :

      8. --------------,Vertaling van Ahmad ibn Muhammad al-Maqqari , De geschiedenis van Moslim-Spanje : de val van Granada [1492], in:   Arnoud Vrolijk, ed.,   De taal der engelen:1250jaar Klassiek Arabisch proza , Amsterdam, Contact, 2002, pp. 240-249 [pp. 599-600];

    9. (*)------------, Vertaling van Rabbi Nissim ben Ya'aqov ibn Shahin, Opluchting na Benauwenis: Joodse verhalen [fragmenten], in:   Arnoud Vrolijk, ed.,   De taal der engelen: 1250 jaar Klassiek Arabischproza , Amsterdam, Contact, 2002,   pp. 469-477 [pp.592-593].

    10. ---- ---------, "Badr Shakir al- Sayyab (1926-1963), dichter tussen romantiek en symbolisme" in Armada, Tijdschrift voor wereldliteratuur , 10 de   jaargang, nr. 35 (2004), pp. 65-75.

    11. ---- ---------, "Arabische liefdespoëzie door de eeuwen heen" in ZemZemtijdschriftvoorhetMidden Oosten , jaargang 3, no. 2 (2007) [Liefde en Sexualiteit], pp. 36-43; noten pp. 137-138.

    Recensies/reviews :

    30.(*) Review of:FENTON, Paul B ., Philosophie & exégèse dans Le Jardin de la métaphore de Moïse Ibn Ezra, philosophe & poète andalou du XIIe siècle. (Études sur le judaïsme médiéval t. 19). Leiden, New York, Köln, Brill 1996, in Bibliotheca Orientalis vol. 58 (2001), afl. 1-2, pag. 772-777.

    31*.   Review of: Aron Dotan, The Dawn of Hebrew Linguistics, The Book of Elegance of the Language of theHebrews by Saadia Gaon, 2 Vols., JerusalemWorld Union of JS, 1997 in:   JewishQuarterly Review vol. 91 (2001), afl. 3-4, pag. 502-506.

    32. review of: CORRIENTE, F., A Dictionary of Andalusi Arabic , (Handbuch der Orientalistik, 1, 29), E. J. Brill, Leiden 1997 (24 cm, XXI, 623), ISBN 90 04 09846 1, ISSN 0169-9423;   NLG. 360. 00/ $ 225.00, in Bibliotheca Orientalis   LVIII No. 3-4 (2001), 511-512 .

    33.reviewof:PAGNINI, Anna, Matal e verso a confronto, una questione di poetica araba classica alla luce di un' analisi paremiologica , Quaderni di linguistica, Università di Firenze, 1998, in Bibliotheca Orientalis   LVIII No.3-4 (2001), 508-511.

    34. review of: Álvaro Galmés de Fuentes , Los manuscritos aljamiado-moriscosde laBiblioteca de la Real Academia de la Historia (Legado Pascual de Gayangos) , Real Academia de la Historia, Madrid 1998, in Bibliotheca Orientalis   LVIIINo.3-4 (2001), 506-508.

    35. (*) review of Yitzhak Avishur,ed., A medieval translation of the Latter Prophets into Iraqi and Syrian Judaeo-Arabic, Book I: Isaiah and Jeremiah [Title in Hebrew], The text of Bodleian Manuscript Hunt 206 with Introduction and Notes, Magness, Jerusalem 1998, in Bibliotheca Orientalis   LVIII No. 3-4 (2001), 504-506

    36. (*) review of Yitzhak Avishur, ed., The Oldest Translation of the Early Prophets into Judaeo-Arabic [Title in Hebrew], The text of Bodleian Manuscript Poc. 349 with Introduction and Notes, Magness, Jerusalem 1995, in Bibliotheca Orientalis   LVIII No. 3-4 (2001),   502-503.

    37. review of Hamdane Hadjadji et André Miquel, Ibn Khafaja l'Andalou, L'amant de la nature , El-Ouns, Paris 2002, in Arabica, Revue d'études arabes et islamiques   50, 2, (2003), pp. 260-266.

    38. review of Marín, Manuela (ed.)- The Formation of al-Andalus , Part I : History and Society , Aldershot (etc.) : Ashgate, 1998(Volume46, The Formation of the Classical Islamic World, General Editor : Lawrence I. Conrad), in Bibliotheca Orientalis LX No. 1-2 (2003), 210-211.

    39. review of Galmés de Fuentes, Álvaro- Ramón Llull y latradición árabe : Amor divino y amorcortés en el « Lllibre d'amic e amat », Barcelona :Quaderns Crema 1999, in Bibliotheca Orientalis LX No. 1-2 (2003), 212-214.

    40. review of Menocal,Maria Rosa, Raymond P. Scheindlin, and Michael Sells, eds. - The Literature of Al-Andalus . (The Cambridge History of ArabicLiterature), Cambridge : Cambridge UP, 2000, Bibliotheca Orientalis LX No. 1-2 (2003), 214-216.

    41. review of KETTERMANN, Guenter, Atlas zur Geschichte des Islam , Mit einer Einl. von Adel Theodor Khoury, Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft ( Darmstadt ): Primus-Verlag, 2001; VI + 186 pp.; ISBN: 3-89678-194-4. Bibliotheca Orientalis LX No. 3-4 (2003), 487-489.

    42. review of ABU-HAIDAR, Jareer A.,   Hispano-Arabic Literature and the early Provençal Lyrics , Richmond : Curzon Press, 2001, ISBN 0-7007-1015-9,276 pp. Bibliotheca Orientalis LX No. 3-4 (2003), 489-491.

    43. review ofFIERRO,Maribel and SAMSO,Julio,eds., The Formation of al-Andalus , Part II: Language, Religion, Culture and the Sciences, Aldershot (etc.): Ashgate, 2000 (Volume 47, The Formation of the Classical Islamic World , General Editor: Lawrence I. Conrad). Bibliotheca Orientalis LX No. 3-4 (2003), 491-493.

    44. review of GALMÉS DE FUENTES, Álvaro , Romania ArabicaII (Estudios de literatura comparada árabe y romance) , Real Academia delaHistoria,Madrid , 2000. ISBN 8489512752 Bibliotheca Orientalis LX No. 3-4 (2003), 493-494.

    45. review of Dmitry Frolov, Classical Arabic Verse: History and Theory of Arud (Studies in Arabic Literature, Vol 21), Brill : Leiden2000, Journal of Semitic Studies 48 no. 2 (2003), pp. 410-413. of Celiadel MORAL, Enel epílogo del Islam Andalusí: la Granada del siglo XV , Al-Mudun 5, Grenade, Universidad de Granada, Dept. de Estudios Semiticos, Grupo de Invest. Ciudades Andaluzas bajo el Islam, 2002, 554 pp; in: Arabica, Revue d'études arabes et islamiques   52, 2,(2005), pp.307-314.

    47. review of GALMES DE FUENTES, Álvaro, La Épica romanica y la tradición   árabe , Gredos Madrid 2002, 24 cm, 652 pp. , ISBN 84-249-2344-8, in Bibliotheca Orientalis LXII, No 1-2, (2005), 148-152.

    48. review of   Tova Rosen & Avner Holtzman, eds., Studies in Hebrew literature of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, in honour of professor Yona David, Te'udah XIX , The Chaim Rosenberg School of Jewish Studies research Series,   Tel Aviv 2002, in BibliothecaOrientalis LXII 5/6 (2005), cols. 585-589.

    49. Review of Manfred Fleischhammer,

    DieQuellendes  Kitab al-Agani, Wiesbaden   Deutsche Morgenländische Gesellschaft

    , Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes Band LV, 2, Harrassowitz, 2004, 281 pp.

    in Bibliotheca Orientalis LXIII   no.5-6 (2006), pp. 620-621.

    50. Review of HilaryKilpatrick, Making the Great Book of Songs, Compilation and the Author's Craft in Abu 'l-Faraj al-Isbahani's Kitab al-Aghani , (RoutledgeCurzon Studies in Arabic and Middle Eastern Literature). Routledge Curzon, Taylor & FrancisGroup, London and New York, 2003. (24 cm, XII, 435) ISBN -0-7007-1701-3. L 65,-, in Bibliotheca Orientalis LXIII   no. 5-6 (2006), pp. 621-224.

    51. Review of Rachel Arié, Historia y cultura de laGranada nazarí Granada, U niversidad de Granada («Biblioteca de Bolsilla », 24),2004, 304 p in: Arabica, Revue d'études arabes et islamiques 53, 3 (2007), pp. 421-424.

    52.Reviewof Carlos del Valle Rodriguez, Historia de la Gramática hebrea en España, Volumen X : La gramática hebrea de Ibn Danán en la versión árabe y hebrea   (al-Darûri y ha-Kelal). (Gramática Hebrea X ), Madrid  : Aben Ezra Ediciones, 2004, in Bibliotheca Orientalis LXIV   no. 3-4 (2007), pp. 447-451.

    53. Review of   A nn B rener, Isaac ibn Khalfūn: A Wandering Hebrew Poet of the Eleventh Century . Leiden , Boston : Brill-Styx   2003; X, 194 S. (Hebrew Language and Literature Series, 4)ISBN90 04 12415 2. EUR 86.- / US$ 116.-   in Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft 158 (Heft 1) (2008), pp.170-172.

    54. Review of M aribel F ierro , Judíos y musulmanes en al-Andalus y el Magreb, contactos intelectuales, actas reunidas . Madrid : Casa de Velázquez 2002. 256 S., résumés. Broché. ISBN 84-95555-23-9. EURO 37. in Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft 158 (Heft 1) (2008), pp. 182-185.

    55. Review of   Hamdane HADJADJI, Le poète vizir   ibn Zamrak, du faubourg - d'al Baycine au palais de l'Alhambra, Beyrouth, Ëditions Albouraq, Liban, 2005, 126 pp.   ISBN 978-2-841-61273-4, Prix: 12 Euro; inArabica 55 (2008) 5-6, pp. 625-627.

    56. Review of Dvora Bregman, TheGoldenWay,The Hebrew Sonnet during the Renaissance and the Baroque , medieval and renaissance text and studies 304, Arizona center for medieval and renaissance studies 304, Arizona 2006, 298 pp. ISBN-10: 0-86698-348-1, ISBN-13: 978-0-86698-348-8, $45, £37 in Journal of Semitic Studies 55/2 (2010), pp. 298- 302.

    57. R eview of Peter Cole, The dream of the Poem: Hebrew Poetry from Muslim and Christian Spain 950-1492 , (translated,edited and reproduced by -). Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2007. xx+ 548 pp. Paper, $19.95. ISBN 078-0-691-12195-6, 0-691-012185-8. in:     Review of Middle East Studies continuing the MESA Bulletin, vol. 43, no. 1(summer2009) [published 2010], pp. 75-77.

    58. Review of   Cynthia Robinson,   Medieval Andalusian Courtly Culture in the Mediterranean: Hadith Bayad Wa Riyad (Routledge studies in Middle Eastern Literature, no. 10), ISBN: 97804153224; £ 55,-, London , Routledge 2007, X, 225pp. ;24 cm . Journal of the American Oriental Society   129/2 (2009) pp. 318-320 [published 2010].

    59. Review of   Raymond P. Scheindlin,   The Song of the Distant Dove: JudahHalevi's Pilgrimage , Oxford University Press, 2008. ISBN13: 9780195315424;   ISBN10: 0-19-531542-1 ; 328 pages; 6-1/8 x 9-1/4, in Iberia Judaica    II (2010),   pp. 361-362.

    60. Review of Nadia ANGHELESCU, George GRIGORE, eds.,   Arabic linguistics, [Romano -arabica, new series no. 3] Bucharest, Center for Arab Studies University of Bucharest 2004, 235 pp.,   in Bibliotheca Orientalis   LXVII no.1-2 (januari-april 2010), 207-209.

    61. Review of   MARAZKA, Ibrahim, POURJAVADY, Reza, SCHMIDTKE, Sabine, Samaw'al al-Maghribi's (d. 570/1175) Ifhâmal-yahûd The Early Recension. Intro-duced and edited by I. Marazka, R. Pourjavady andS.Schmidtke, "Abhandlungen fürdieKunde des Morgenlandes" LVII, 2, Wiesbaden, Harrassowitz Verlag, 2006, 71 pp. in Bibliotheca Orientalis   LXVII no. 1-2 (januari-april2010),213-214.

    62. Review of Carter, Michael G.,   Sibawaihi,   Makers of Islamic Civilization London, I B Tauris & Co Ltd, 2004; ISBN 1850436711 = 9781850436713; € 16, 99 in Bibliotheca Orientalis   LXVII no. 1-2 (januari-april 2010), 209-211.

    63. Review of   BEHZADI, Lale, Sprache und Verstehen: Al-Gahiz über die Vollkommenheit des Ausdrucks, O. Harrassowitz,Wiesbaden 2009 ISBN 978-3-447-05698-4 Paperback48,00 Eur[D] / 49,40 Eur[A] / 83,00 CHF UVP 186 S. - 24 x 17 cm (Diskurse der Arabistik no. 14) inBibliotheca Orientalis LXVII, no. 3-4 (mei-augustus 2010), 426-429.

    64. Review of   JAGONAK, M. -- Das Bild der Liebe im Werk des Dichters Gamil ibn Ma'mar. Eine Studie zur 'udritischen Lyrik in der arabischen Literatur des späten 7. Jahrhunderts. (Diskurse der Arabistik, 13). Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden, 2008.   ISBN 978-3-447-05652-6 Paperback48,00 Eur[D] / 49,40 Eur[A] / 83,00 CHF UVP 206 + 76   S. - 24 x 17 cm (Diskurse der Arabistrik no. 13) inBibliotheca Orientalis LXVII, no. 3-4 (mei-augustus 2010), 429-430.

    65. Review of Rolf POST, Juda Halevi,Kuzari, Het boek van de Chazaar, vertaald, ingeleid en van aantekeningen voorzien door Rolf Post , Amsterdam, Mastix Press, ISBN 9789080960145, in Iberia Judaica , VolumenIII (2011), pp. 281-282 

    66. Reviewof Gelder,G.J. van, and M. Hammond, Takhyil, The imaginaryinclassical Arabic poetics, TheE.J.W. Gibb Memorial Trust, Cambridge 2008, ISBN 9780906094693, in Bibliotheca Orientalis   LXVIII (5/6) (2011),   cols 614-617.

    67. Review of   G.J. Kanazi, 'Abd al-Rahman ibn Nasr al-Shayrazi: Rawdat al-Qulubwa0-nuzhat almuhibb wa-l-mahbub (Codices Arabici Antiqui VIII) Verlag Otto Harrassowitz Wiesbaden 2003, ISBN 3447047208, 382pp. in Bibliotheca Orientalis   LXVIII (5/6) (2011),   cols 617-618.

    68. Review of Ali A. Hussein, The Lightning-Scene in Ancient Arabic Poetry: Function, Narration and Idiosyncrasy in Pre-Islamic and Early Islamic Poetry, Wiesbaden, Harrassowitz, 2009, ISBN 9783447059022, XIV+302 pp. in Bibliotheca Orientalis LXIX (5/6) (2012), cols. 665-667

    69. Review of Nefeli Papoutsakis, Desert Travel as a Form of boasting. A Study of Du r-Rumma's Poetry, Arabische Studien 4, Wiesbaden, Harrassowitz, 2009, ISBN 9783447061124, 170 pp, in Bibliotheca Orientalis LXIX (5/6), cols. 667-670

    70. Kirill Dmitiev, Das poetische Werk des Abu Sahr al-Hudhali. Eine  literaturanthropologische Studie, Diskurse der Arabistik 15, Wiesbaden, Harrassowitz, 2008, 350 pp. in  BIOr 70,   (1,2) (2013), cols. 249-252.

    71. Christiona Alvarez Millan, Claudia Heide, eds. , Pascal de Gayangos, A Nineteenth-century Arabist, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2008, in BiOr 70 (1,2) (2013),  Cols. 247-248

    72. Ewald Wagner,  Abu Nuwas in der Nebenüberlieferung: dem Dichterzugeschriebene Gedichte und Verse, arabische Studien, Band 2, Wiesbaden, Harassowitz, 2008, in BiOr 70 (*1,2 (2013), 252-254.


  • Leeslijst al-Andalus

    Leeslijst al-Andalus

    Andalusië leeslijst, artikelen van Arie Schippers

    1.-'De vrouw in de literaturen van het middeleeuwse Spanje: een intercultureel perspectief', in W. A. Shadid en P.S. van Koningsveld, red., Religie, cultuur en minderheden , Tilburg 1999, 115-126;

    2.-'Ibn Zabara's Book of Delight (Barcelona, 1170) and the Transmission of Wisdom From East to West', in Frankfurter Judaistische Beiträge , Heft 26 (1999), 149-161;

    3.-'De rol van het Arabisch, Hebreeuws en Romance inde poëzie van het moslimse Spanje' in W.J. Boot ed. Literatuur en tweetaligheid , Leiden (CNWS-publicaties no. 25) 1994, pp. 101-129.

    4.-' Wetenschap vertaald - de vertaalschool van Toledo', in Filter, Tijdschrift voor vertalen & vertaalwetenschap (Spanje-nummer), red. Jacqueline Hulst, e.a., jaargang 4 nr. 3 (september 1997), pp. 53-59.

    5.-, 'Les troubadours et la tradition poétique hébraïque en en Italie et en Provence; les cas de Abraham ha-Bedarshi & Immanuel ha-Romi'; in: Le Rayonnement des troubadours; Colloque de l' AIEO Amsterdam. (Amsterdam octobre 1995) éd. par Antonius H. Touber, [Internationale Forschungen zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft], éditions Rodopi, Amsterdam 1998, pp. 133-142.

    6.-, "Préface" in Alois Richard Nykl, La poésie hispano-arabe et les premiers troubadours d'Aquitaine , traduit de l'anglais par Maïca Sanconie, a-p. de Luc de Goustine,Moustier Ventadour 2005, pp. 9-22.

    7.-, "De Reconquista en het veranderde beeld van Christus", in : Spiegel historiael 37 (3-4) [themanummer: Jezus! Beelden van een multi-religieus verschijnsel] (2002), pp. 146-151; pp. 174-175.

  • Congres AIMA Moyen Arabe/ Middle Arabic

    Congres AIMA Moyen Arabe/ Middle Arabic

    «Moyen arabe et variétés moyennes de l'arabe à travers l'histoire :

    état des connaissances, problèmes de définition et perspectives de recherche »

    Deuxième Colloque International (Amsterdam, 22-25 octobre 2007)

      Deuxième colloque international sur le moyen arabe, qui se tiendra du lundi 22 au jeudi 25 octobre 2007 à l'Universiteit van Amsterdam, Leerstoelgroep Arabisch, P.C.Hoofthuis, Spuistraat 134, 1012 VB AMSTERDAM , Pays-Bas.

    Congres Moyen Arabe / Middle Arabic
  • from

    Gautier H. A. Juynboll (1935-2010) [necrology]

    Gautier Juynboll passed away at his home in Leiden on 19 December 2010. He was the first president of the Union des Arabisants et d'Islamisants (UEAI) after the long period during which Felix Maria Pareja from Spain had dominated the Union . At the UEAI Congress in Venice in 1986, Juynboll was first chosen among the national representatives of the Netherlands , and some days later became a member of the board and president of the Union .

    Gautier studied at Leiden University in the late 1950s and early 1960s, when Schacht, Drewes and Brugman were professors of Arabic and Islamic Studies. He then taught Arabic at Leiden until the mid 1960s. He was my first teacher of Arabic in my first year as a student at Leiden (first semester 1966-67). The lessons were held in the former house of Christiaan Snouck Hurgronje on the Rapenburg canal. In the 1970s and 1980s, he lectured in Arabic and Islam at the University of Exeter ( England ). In the mid 1980s, he left Exeter and moved to the Netherlands , where he became a Privatgelehter. He first lived in The Hague , although he went nearly every day to the Oriental Reading Room at Leiden University Library. I still remember how his 60 th birthday was celebrated at Frankenslag in The Hague . Later, Gautier moved to Leiden , although every morning he continued to go to the university library. During his time as president of the UEAI, he was enthusiastic about the Union's congresses, such as the one in Budapest in 1988, which was organized by Alexander Fodor, whom Gautier considered his third Hungarian hero (Goldziher and Liszt were his other two Hungarian heroes). Let us not forget the very professional UEAI newsletters that he produced all by himself for several years. I hope they will be collected and archived by Hans van de Velde, former assistant at the Oriental Reading Room, who is putting Gautier's archive in order. Moreover, Gautier Juynboll encouraged many young people - not only from Leiden but also from Nijmegen and other universities - whose research was related to his field. I remember his presence at several doctorate ceremonies.

    As a young researcher at Leiden in the 1960s, Gautier cooperated with the ' Concordance De La Tradition Musulmane', which had been initiated in the 1930s by the Leiden professor A. J. Wensick. This project approached its completion at the end of the 1960s. The indices were to be made in the 1970s. A spin-off from this international project was Juynboll's dissertation The Authenticity of the Tradition Literature. Discussions in Modern Egypt (Brill: Leiden 1969). His other works on traditions include his monograph Muslim Tradition. Studies in Chronology, Provenance and Authorship of Early Hadith ( Cambridge , 1983) and his collection of essays Studies on the Origins and Uses of Islamic Hadith ( Aldershot , 1996). In 2007, Juynboll completed his life's work with the Brill publication of his Encyclopaedia of Canonical Hadith . I remember the special presentation of the book at Brill's Publishing House in Leiden, where in his dedicatory speech the late Professor Mohammed Arkoun from Paris (1928-2010) congratulated Gautier on his book.

    Gautier was also proud to have published on poetry, but this was in relation to hadith sciences, namely in his article 'On the Origins of the Poetry in Muslim Tradition Literature' in Wolfhart Heinrichs and Gregor Schoeler (eds.) Festschrift Ewald Wagner zum 65. Geburtstag, Band 2: Studien zur arabischen Dichtung, Beiruter Texte und Studien, Band 54, Beirut 1994 (in Kommission bei Franz Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart), pp. 182-207.

    May Gautier's many articles and books make endure both his name and the name of the learned Juynboll family, of which he was the last offspring!

    Amsterdam , 18 february 2011                           Arie Schippers

  • Publications


    • Schippers, A. (2017). The khuṭba (Preface) of the Dīwān of Ibn Khafãja. In J. Hämeen-Anttila, & P. Koskikallio (Eds.), Contact and Interaction: Proceedings of the 27th Congress of the Union Europeenne des Arabisants et Islamisants Helsinki 2014 (pp. 419-426). (OLA). Leuven: Peeters. [details]


    • Schippers, A. (2016). Arabic Poetry in Medieval Spain: The Reception of Bedouin motifs. In M. Reinkowski, & M. Winet (Eds.), Arabic and Islamic studies in Europe and beyond = Ëtudes arabes et islamiques en Europe et au-delà: proceedings of the 26th Congress of the Union Européenne des Arabisants et Islamisants, Basel 2012 (pp. 157-176). (Orientalia Lovaniensia analecta; Vol. 248). Leuven: Peeters. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2016). Medieval Literature: Common Themes and Intersections. In J. Meri (Ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Muslim-Jewish Relations (pp. 115-134). (Routledge handbooks). New York: Routledge. [details]


    • Schippers, A. (2015). Arabic and Hebrew Love Poetry in Sicily in the Middle Ages and their Contacts with early Romance and German poets in Sicily: Suffering of Love in Sicilian Poetry. Quaderni di Studi Arabi, 10, 87-102. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2015). Hispania, Italia and Occitania: Latin and the Vernaculars, Biligualism or Multilingualism? In J. Bloemendal (Ed.), Bilingual Europe: Latin and Vernacular Cultures, Examples of Bilingualism and Multilingualism c. 1300-1800 (pp. 15-29). Leiden: Brill. [details]


    • Schippers, A. (2014). Jewish Literature as a Link Between Arabic and Romance Poetry and Narrative: The Case of 'Immanu'el of Rome and his Maḥbarot (Cantos). Frankfurter Judaistische Beiträge, 39, 21-31. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2014). Medieval languages and literatures in Italy and Spain. Functions and interactions in a multilingual society and the role of Hebrew and Jewish literatures. In H. Weiss, R. Katsman, & B. Kotlerman (Eds.), Around the point: studies in Jewish literature and culture in multiple languages (pp. 17-37). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishers. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2014). Poésie hébraïque et poésie occitane: la sixième Mahberet ou pièce de prose rimée d'Immanuel de Rome (1261-1328). In C. Alén Garabato, C. Torreilles, & M-J. Verny (Eds.), Los que fan viure e treslusir l'occitan: actes du Xe congrès de l'AIEO, Béziers, 12-19 juin 2011 (pp. 288-293). Lemòtges: Lambert-Lucas. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2014). Some remarks on the Tenth Maḥberet by Ya'aqov ben El'azar. Ibéria judaica, 6, 213-222. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2014). The mujūn genre by Abū Nuwās and by Ibn Quzmān: a comparison. In A. Talib, M. Hammond, & A. Schippers (Eds.), Rude, the bad and the bawdy: essays in honour of professor Geert Jan van Gelder (pp. 81-101). (Gibb Memorial Trust Turkish studies). Warminster: Gibb Memorial Trust. [details]


    • Schippers, A. (2013). Flower poems in Arabic, Judeo-Arabic, and Hebrew Andalusian poetry. In V. Klemm, & N. al-Sha'ar (Eds.), Sources and approaches across disciplines in Near Eastern studies: proceedings of the 24th congress, Union Européenne des Arabisants et Islamisants, Leipzig 2008 (pp. 381-394). (Orientalia Lovaniensia analecta; Vol. 215). Leuven: Peeters. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2013). La poésie judéo-arabe de Mosheh Dar'i. In U. Vermeulen, K. D'Hulster, & J. Van Steenbergen (Eds.), Egypt and Syria in the Fatimid, Ayyubid and Mamluk eras VII: proceedings of the 16th, 17th and 18th International Colloquium organized at Ghent University in May 2007, 2008 and 2009 (pp. 143-163). (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta; Vol. 223). Leuven: Peeters. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2013). Muslims, Jews and Christians in the Dhakhīra by Ibn Bassām of Santarem (d. 1147). In A. Cilardo (Ed.), Islam and globalisation : historical and contemporary perspectives: proceedings of the 25th Congress of L'Union Européenne des Arabisants et Islamisants (pp. 313-321). (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta; Vol. 226). Leuven: Peeters. [details]


    • Schippers, A. (2012). Middle Arabic in Moshe Dar‘ī's Judaeo-Arabic poems. In L. Zack, & A. Schippers (Eds.), Middle Arabic and mixed Arabic: diachrony and synchrony (pp. 247-264). Leiden [etc.]: Brill. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2012). Nightly travel in the poetry of Ibn Khafājah (1056-1138). In G. Contu (Ed.), Centre and periphery within the borders of Islam: proceedings of the 23rd congress of L'Union Européenne des Arabisants et Islamisants (pp. 271-280). (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta; Vol. 207). Leuven: Peeters. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2012). Some remarks on the Middle Arabic of the women’s stories in Nissîm ibn Shāhīn’s Judeo-Arabic "Al-Faraj ba’da al-Shiddah" (Tunis 990-1062): the nunation in Ibn Shāhīn’s "Faraj". Quaderni di Semitistica, 28, 323-335. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2012). Stories about women in the collections of Nissim ibn Shāhīn, Petrus Alphonsi, and Yosef ibn Zabāra, and their relation to medieval European narratives. Frankfurter Judaistische Beiträge, 37, 123-135. [details]
    • Zack, L., & Schippers, A. (Eds.) (2012). Middle Arabic and mixed Arabic: diachrony and synchrony. (Studies in Semitic languages and linguistics; Vol. 64). Leiden: Brill. [details]


    • Del Valle, C., Roth, N., & Schippers, A. (2011). Elegías hebreas sobre las persecuciones de 1391 en España. Ibéria judaica, 3, 77-113. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2011). 'Semantic rhyme' (parallelism) in Andalusian muwaššahāt. Quaderni di Studi Arabi, n.s. 5-6, 177-186. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2011). Abraham Bederši (of Béziers), Yeda'ya Ha-Penini, and the Literary Traditions of Medieval Spain and Provence. In A. Oettinger, & D. Bar-Maoz (Eds.), Mi-ṭ̣uv Yosef: sefer ha-yovel li-khevod Yosef Ṭ̣obi = Mittuv Yosef: Yosef Tobi jubilee volume. - 1: Miḳra, sifrut yeme ha-benayim, sifrut ḥadashah = Bible, medieval literature, modern literature (pp. 361-372). Haifa: ha-Merkaz le-ḥeḳer ha-tarbut ha-Yehudit bi-Sefarad u-ve-Artsot ha-Islam, Universiṭ̣at Ḥefah [University of Haifa, Center for the Study of Jewish Culture in Spain and Islamic Countries]. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2011). Le jardin dans la poésie de l'Espagne musulmane et dans la poésie occitane médiévale: une comparaison. In A. Rieger (Ed.), L’Occitanie invitée de l’Euregio: Liège 1981-Aix-la-Chapelle 2008: bilan et perspectives = Occitània convidada d'Euregio: Lièja 1981-Aquisgran 2008: bilanç e amiras = Okzitanien zu Gast in der Euregio: Lüttich 1981-Aachen 2008: Bilanz und Perspektiven: actes du Neuvième Congrès International de l’Association Internationale d’Études Occitanes, Aix-la-Chapelle, 24-31 août 2008 (pp. 513-518). Herzogenrath: Shaker. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2011). Muwaššah. In L. Edzard, & R. de Jong (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Arabic language and linguistics online Leiden [etc.]: Brill. [details]


    • Schippers, A. (2010). Some questions of Italian Hebrew poetics in the light of the Spanish Hebrew heritage. Frankfurter Judaistische Beiträge, 36, 57-68. [details]


    • Schippers, A. (2006). Some remarks about the Hebrew maqama and non-classical Arabic literature. Bikoret u-Farshanut, 39, v-xviii. [details]


    • Schippers, A. (2009). La poésie hispano-arabe et les premiers troubadours d'Aquitaine. In G. Latry (Ed.), La voix occitane: actes du VIIIe Congrès de l'Association internationale d'études occitanes, Bordeaux, 12-17 octobre 2005. - T. 1 (pp. 121-130). Pessac: Presses universitaires de Bordeaux. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2009). The rise of the individual style in Andalusian Arabic poetry: the case of Ibn Khafâja (1056-1138). Fragmenta. Journal of the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome, 3, 71-80. [details]


    • Schippers, A. (2008). Ibn Shāhīn (990-1062), Ibn Zabāra (1131-1209) et le répertoire narratif arabe en Europe médiévale. In F. Bauden, A. Chraïbi, & A. Ghersetti (Eds.), Le répertoire narratif arabe médiéval, transmission et ouverture: actes du colloque international (Liège, 15-17 septembre 2005) (pp. 287-299). Genève: Droz. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2008). Mannerism and individuality: the poetry of Ibn Khafājah (1058-1139), Moshe ibn Ezra (1055-1138) and Yehudah Ha-Levi (1074-1141). In Y. Tobi (Ed.), Ben ‘Ever la-‘Arav: contacts between Arabic literature and Jewish literature in the Middle Ages and modern times. - Vol. 4: Prof. Amnon Shiloah jubilee volume (pp. vii-xv). Haifa [etc.]: The Center for the Study of Jewish Culture in Spain and Islamic Countries, University of Haifa [etc.]. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2008). Medieval opinions on the Spanish school of Hebrew poetry and its epigones. Studia Rosenthaliana, 40, 127-138. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2008). Some remarks on Judeo-Arabic poetical works: an Arabic poem by Moshe Dar‘i (ca. 1180-ca. 1240). In A. Guetta, & M. Itzhaky (Eds.), Studies in medieval Jewish poetry: a message upon the garden (pp. 141-156). (Studies in Jewish history and culture; No. 18). Leiden ; Boston: Brill. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2008). The Middle Arabic of Nissim Ibn Šāhīn (990-1062). Universite Catholique de Louvain. Institut Orientaliste. Publications, 58, 423-438. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2008). The role of heroes in medieval historical narrative, new light on the Battle of Al-Zallāqah. In K. D'hulster, & J. van Steenbergen (Eds.), Continuity and change in the realms of Islam: studies in honour of Professor Urbain Vermeulen (pp. 567-582). (Orientalia lovaniensia analecta; No. 171). Leuven: Peeters. [details]


    • Schippers, A. (2007). Some Remarks on the Muwashshahât of Abraham ibn Ezra. In E. Emery, & e.a. (Eds.), Muwashshah! (pp. 241-255). Londen. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2007). Some Remarks on the Women's Stories in the Judeo-Arabic al-Faraj ba'd al-Shidda by Nissim ibn Shâhîn (990-1062). In A. Vrolijk, & J. P. Hogendijk (Eds.), O ye Gentlemen: Arabic Studies on Science and literary Culture, in honour of Remke Kruk (pp. 277-289). (Arabic Philosophy, Theology and Science, texts and studies; No. LXXIV). Leiden: Brill. [details]


    • Schippers, A. (2006). Le thème de l'amour dans la poésie strophique hébraïque au Moyen Âge en Espagne musulmane: Moïse Ibn Ezra (1055-1138) et Abraham Ibn Ezra (1090-1165). In D. Billy, F. Clément, & A. Combes (Eds.), L’espace lyrique méditerranéen au Moyen Âge: nouvelles approches (pp. 201-215). Toulouse: Presses universitaires du Mirail. [details]


    • Schippers, A. (2015). [Review of: D. Potthast (2013) Christen und Muslime im Andalus: andalusische Christen und ihre Literatur nach religionspolemischen Texten des zehnten bis zwölften Jahrhunderts]. Bibliotheca Orientalis, 72(1-2), 184-187. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2015). [Review of: U. Marzolph (2011) Orientalische Studien zu Sprache und Literatur: Festgabe zum 65. Geburtstag von Werner Diem]. Bibliotheca Orientalis, 72(1-2), 261-263. [details]



    • Schippers, A. (2013). [Review of: C. Álvarez Millán, C. Heide (2008) Pascual de Gayangos: a nineteenth century Spanish Arabist]. Bibliotheca Orientalis, 70(1-2), 247-248. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2013). [Review of: E. Wagner (2008) Abū Nuwās in der Nebenüberlieferung: dem Dichter zugeschriebene Gedichte und Verse]. Bibliotheca Orientalis, 70(1-2), 252-254. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2013). [Review of: K. Dmitriev (2008) Das poetische Werk des Abū Şahr al-Hudalī: eine literaturanthropologische Studie]. Bibliotheca Orientalis, 70(1-2), 249-252. [details]



    • Schippers, A. (2011). [Review of: D. Semah, G.J. Kanazi (2003) ʻAbd al-Raḥmān Ibn Naṣr al Shayzarī. Rawḍat al qulūb wa-nuzhat al-muḥibb wal-maḥbūb]. Bibliotheca Orientalis, 68(5-6), 617-618. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2011). [Review of: G.J. van Gelder, M. Hammond (2009) Takhyīl: the imaginary in classical Arabic poetics]. Bibliotheca Orientalis, 68(5-6), 614-617. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2011). [Review of: R. Post (2010) Juda Halevi. Kuzari: het boek van de Chazaar: vertaald, ingeleid en van aantekeningen voorzien.]. Ibéria judaica, 3, 281-282. [details]



    • Schippers, A. (2009). Secular Hebrew poetry in Muslim Spain till 1225: a general overview with the new tendencies, problems... Ibéria judaica, 1, 119-134. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2009). [Review of: P. Cole (2007) The dream of the poem: Hebrew poetry from Muslim and Christian Spain, 950-1492]. Review of Middle East Studies, 43(1), 75-77. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2009). al-A'mā l-Tuţīlī. In G. Krämer, D. Matringe, J. Nawas, & E. Rowson (Eds.), Encyclopaedia of Islam. - Three (pp. 72-73). Leiden: Brill. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2009). al-Anşārī, Abū l-Hasan. In G. Krämer, D. Matringe, J. Nawas, & E. Rowson (Eds.), Encyclopaedia of Islam. - Three (pp. 92-93). Leiden: Brill. [details]


    • Schippers, A. (2008). [Review of: A. Brener (2003) Isaac ibn Khalfūn: a wandering Hebrew poet of the eleventh century]. Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft, 158(1), 170-172. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2008). [Review of: H. Hadjadji (2005) Le poète vizir Ibn Zamrak, du faubourg d'al-Baycine au palais de l'Alhambra]. Arabica, 55(5-6), 625-627. [details]
    • Schippers, A. (2008). [Review of: M. Fierro (2002) Judíos y musulmanes en al-Andalus y el Magreb: contactos intelectuales: seminario celebrado en la Casa de Velázquez (20-21 de febrero de 1997) : actas]. Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft, 158(1), 182-185. [details]



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