Solicitamos la divulgación de las seguintes noticias:
The 8th Issue of Hamsa: Journal of Islamic and Arabic studies (2023) has been
published. It includes five research articles that cover a wide range of topics
related to the theme of the journal.
André Filipe Oliveira de Silva analyses the
correspondence Teófilo Braga, a 19th Century Portuguese intellectual in his
role as amateur Hebraist and Arabist. Pedro Lima Vasconcellos’ contribution
explores the evolution of early Islam and the Quran through the texts of John
of Damascus (8th Century). Carsten L. Wilke studies the construction
of Jewish history and its interpretations at different moments of time, while Susanne
Härtel investigates Jewish population in several cities of the Ottoman Empire
at the beginnings of the 16th century and the effect that the
arrival of Sephardic refugees had on them. Finally, Susana Brauner
and Rayen Torres delve into the sense of identity among Argentine Jews of
Syrian Origin in Argentina from the second half of the 20th century
The issue includes a new section dedicated to book
reviews, with contributions by Colinda Lindermann and Marc Herman.
Call for Papers:
The editors of Hamsa:
Journal of Judaic and Islamic Studies are very pleased to publicly
announce that the journal is now accepting proposals for its 9th volume.
For this volume, we particularly welcome proposals
offering original analysis on the broad subject of Judaic and Islamic studies.
The deadline for this call
for papers is 28 February 2023. The
papers should be send to email@example.com. For further
information, please see https://journals.openedition.org/hamsa/.
Com os melhores cumprimentos e agradecendo antecipadamente,
Madalena Vaz Freire
Hamsa - Journal of Judaic and Islamic Studies