Death, Graves and the Hereafter in Islam

Muslim Perceptions of the Last Things During the Middle Ages and Today

Special issue of Archiv Orientalni 83:3 (2015)

[Archív Orientální, 83:3]  2015.  iv, 228 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: Distributed | Language: Czech
Table of Contents
Introduction to the Special Issue on Death, Graves and the Hereafter in Islam: Muslim Perceptions of the Last Things During the Middle Ages and Today
Bronislav Ostřanský and Miroslav Melčák
381–384
Articles
Fanā’ al-Nār Within Early Kalām and Mysticism: An Analysis Covering the Eighth and Ninth Centuries
Marco Demichelis
385–410
Narrative Reconfigurations of Islamic Eschatological Signs: The Portents of the “Hour” in Grey Literature and on the Internet
Sabine Damir-Geilsdorf and Lisa Maria Franke
411–437
Death and the Hereafter in Islamic Tradition According to al-Kisā’ī
Mária Lacináková
439–474
The Sufi Journey to the Next World: The Sepulchral Symbolism of Muslim Mystics, Its Context and Interpretations
Bronislav Ostřanský
475–500
The Veneration and Visitation of the Graves of Saints in Soviet Central Asia. Insights from the Southern Ferghana Valley, Uzbekistan
Věra Exnerová
501–536
How to Do a Burial Right: Negotiations of Identity, Religious Practice and the State
Jeanine Dağyeli
537–567
End of Islam, End of Time. An Eschatological Reading of Yezidism
Petr Kubálek
569–598
Our Contributors
599–601
Contents of Volume 83 (2015)
603–604
Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General