Dr. Shahzad Bashir

Catedrático Aga Khan de Humanidades Islámicas, Brown University.

Profesor de Estudios Religiosos e Historia, Brown University.


Algunas publicaciones recientes

Sufi Bodies: Religion and Society in Medieval Islam. Columbia University Press.

Fazlallah Astarabadi and the Hurufis. Oneworld Academic.

Messianic Hopes and Mystical Visions: The Nurbakhshiya Between Medieval and Modern Islam. University of South Carolina Press.

Textos para descargar

«The Living Dead of Tabriz: Explorations in Chronotopic Imagination». History of Religions, Vol. 59, No. 3, pp. 169-192.

«Everlasting Doubt: Uncertainty in Islamic Representations of the Past». Archiv für Religionsgeschichte, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 25-44.

«Timely Disguises: Fantasizing Civility on the Frontier Between India and Europe», en S. Akbar Hyder & M. Bhagavan, eds. Hidden Histories: Religion and Reform in South Asia. Primus Books, pp. 49-67.

«Naqshband’s Lives: Sufi Hagiography between Manuscripts and Genre», en D. DeWeese & J.-A. Gross, eds. Sufism in Central Asia: New Perspectives on Sufi Traditions, 15th to 21st Centuries. Brill, pp. 75-97.

«Eurocentrism, Islam, and the Intellectual Politics of Civilizational Framing». InterDisciplines: Journal of History and Sociology, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 21-39.

“The Intertwining of History and Heritage in Islamic Contexts», en T. Rico, ed. The Making of Islamic Heritage: Muslim Pasts and Heritage Presents. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 13-21.

«Islam and the Politics of Temporality: The Case of ISIS», en A. Hom et al. Time, Temporality and Global Politics. E-IR Edited Collections, pp. 134-149.

«A Perso-Islamic Universal Chronicle in Its Historical Context: Ghiyas al-Din Khwandamir’s Habib al-siyar», en J. Rüpke, S. Rau & B.-C. Otto, ed. Historiography and Religion. Walter de Gruyter, pp. 207-223.