Table of contents for Islamic and Middle Eastern geographers and travellers / edited by Ian Richard Netton.

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Islamic and Middle Eastern Geographers and Travellers: Critical Concepts in Islamic Thought
Edited by Ian Richard Netton
Volume I: Mediaeval Geographers and Travellers
1.	X. De Planhol, ?The Geographical Setting? in P.M. Holt, Anne K.S. Lambton, Bernard Lewis 
(eds.), The Cambridge History of Islam, Volume 2, (Cambridge University Press, 1970), pp. 
2.	S. Maqbul Ahmad & Fr. Taeschner, art. ?Djughrafiya? in Encyclopaedia of Islam, 2nd edn., 
Volume 2, (Leiden: E.J.Brill/ London: Luzac, 1965), pp. 575-590 
3.	Salah Salim Ali, ?Arabic Reference to Plato?s Lost Atlantis?, Islamic Quarterly, Vol. 43:4 
(1999), pp. 259-278 
4.	David W. Tschanz, ?Journeys of Faith, Roads of Civilization?, Saudi Aramco World, Vol. 
55:1 (Jan-Feb 2004), pp. 2-11 
5.	V. Minorsky, ?Tam¡n ibn Bahr?s Journey to the Uighurs?, Bulletin of the School of Oriental 
and African Studies, no. XII (1948), pp. 275-305 
6.	James E. Montgomery, ?Ibn Rusta?s Lack of ?Eloquence? the R£s, and Samanid 
Cosmography?, Edebiyat, Vol. 12:1 (2001), pp. 73-93 
7.	Judith Gabriel, ?Among the Norse Tribes: The Remarkable Account of Ibn Fadlan?, Aramco 
World, Vol. 50:6 (Nov.-Dec 1999), pp. 36-42 
8.	Maria Kowalska, ?Ibn Fadlan?s Account of His Journey to the State of the Bulgars?, Folia 
Orientalia, Vol. 14 (1972-1973), pp. 219-230
9.	James E. Montgomery, " Ibn Fadlan and the Rusiyyah ", Journal of Arabic and Islamic 
Studies, Vol 3, (2000), pp.1-25.
10.	Robert P. Blake & Richard N. Frye, ?Notes on the Risala of Ibn Fadlan?, Byzantina 
Metabyzantina, Vol. 1:2 (1949), pp. 7-37
11.	James V. Parry, ?Mapping Arabia?, Saudi Aramco World, Vol. 55:1 (Jan-Feb 2004), pp. 20-
12.	Ahmed S. Maqbul, ?Al-Mas ?£d¡?s Contribution to Medieval Arab Geography?, Islamic 
Culture, Vol. 27 (1953), pp. 61-77; Vol. 28 (1954), pp. 275-286 
13.	G Ferrand, Relations de Voyages et texts g¿ographiques arabes, persans et turcs relatifs ¿ 
l?extr¿me-orient des VIIIe au XVIIIe si¿cles, Volume 1 (Paris 1913), pp. 89-90, 208-231 
[For Abu Dulaf, c.AD 940] 
14.	J.C. Garcin, ?Ibn Hawqal, l?Orient et le Maghreb?, Revue de l?Occident Musulman et de la 
Mediterrane¿, Vol. 35 (1983), pp. 77-91 
15.	F. Gabrieli, ?Ibn Hawqal e gli Arabi di Sicilia?, Rivista Studi Orientali, Vol. XXXV (1961), 
pp. 245-253 
16.	D.M. Dunlop, ?The British Isles According to Medieval Arabic Authors?, Islamic Quarterly, 
Vol 4 (1957), pp. 11-28 
17.	A. F. L. Beeston, ?Idrisi?s Account of the British Isles?, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and 
African Studies, Vol. 13 (1950), pp. 265-280 
18.	J. S. Trimingham, ?The Arab Geographers and the East African Coast? in H. N. Chittick & R. 
I. Rotberg (eds.), East Africa and the Orient, (New York, 1975), pp. 115-146. 
19.	Raphael Israeli, ?Medieval Muslim Travellers to China?, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 
Vol. 20:2 (2000), pp. 313-321 
20.	Alauddin Samarrai, ?Beyond Belief and Reverence: Medieval Mythological Ethnography in 
the Near East and Europe?, Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Vol. 23:1 (1993), 
pp. 19-42 
Volume II: The Travels of Ibn Jubayr (AD 1145-1217)
21.	Ian Richard Netton, art. ?Rihla? in Encyclopeadia of Islam, 2nd edn., (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 
1995), Volume VIII, p. 328 (2 colls.) 
22.	A. J. Wensinck et al., art. ?Hadjdj? [=Hajj, Pilgrimage to Mecca] in Encyclopeadia of Islam, 
2nd edn., (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1986), Volume III, pp. 31-38 
23.	Sir Hamilton A. R. Gibb, ?The Rise of Saladin 1169-1189? in Kenneth M. Setton (Gen. Ed.), 
A History of the Crusades: Volume One: The First Hundred Years, ed. By Marshall W. 
Baldwin, (Madison, Milwaukee & London: University of Wisconsin Press, 1969), pp. 563-
24.	H.A.R. Gibb, ?The Achievement of Saladin?, Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, Vol. 35:1 
(1952), pp. 44-60; Repr. In Hamilton A.R. Gibb, Studies on the Civilization of Islam, ed. 
Stanford J. Shaw & William R. Polk (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1962), pp. 91-107 
25.	R. Blach¿re & H. Darmaun, G¿ographes arabes. 2nd edn., (Paris, 1957), pp. 318-348. 
26.	Ian Richard Netton, ?Ibn Jubayr: Penitent Pilgrim and Observant Traveller?, Netton, Seek 
Knowledge: Thought and Travel in the House of Islam, (Richmond: Curzon, 1996), pp. 95-
27.	R.J.C. Broadhurst (trans.), The Travels of Ibn Jubayr (extract), (London: Jonathan Cape, 
1952), pp. 69-157, 196-222 
28.	S. A. Bonebakker, ?Three Manuscripts of Ibn Jubayrs?s Rihla? Rivista degli Studi Orientali, 
(1972), pp. 235-245 
29.	A. Gateau, ?Quelques observations sur l?Int¿ret du Voyage d?Ibn Jubayr?, Hesperis, Vol. 
36:3-4 (1949), pp. 289-312 
30.	Ian Richard Netton, ?Basic Structures and Signs of Alienation in the Rihla of Ibn Jubayr?, in 
Ian Richard Netton, Seek Knowledge: Thought and Travel in the House of Islam, 
(Richmond: Curzon, 1996), pp. 127-144 
31.	G. Peyronnet, ?Coexistence islamo-chr¿tienne en Sicile et Moyen-Orient ¿ travers le r¿cit de 
voyage d?ibn Jubayr voyageur andalou et p¿lerin musulman?, Islamochristiana, Vol. 19 
(1993), pp. 55-73 
32.	Claude Cahen, ?Ibn Jubayr et les Maghr¿bins de Syrie? Revue de l?Occident Musulman et de 
la Mediterran¿e, Vol. 13-14 (1973), pp. 207-209 
33.	S. Sauneron, ?Le Temple d?Akhmim D¿crit par Ibn Jobair?, Bulletin de l?Institut Fran¿ais 
d?Archaeologie Orientale, Vol. 51 (1952), pp. 123-135 
34.	Elka Weber, ?Construction of Identity in Twelfth Century Andalusia: The Case of Travel 
Writing?, Journal of North African Studies, Vol. 5:2 (2000), pp. 1-8 
35.	J. N. Mattock, ?The Travel Writings of Ibn Jubair and Ibn Batuta?, Glasgow Oriental Society 
Transactions, Vol. 21 (1965-1966), pp. 35-46 
36.	J.N. Mattock, ?Ibn Battuta?s Use of Ibn Jubayr?s Rihla? in Rudolph Peters (ed.), Proceedings 
of the Ninth Congress of the Union Europ¿ene des Arabisants et Islamisants, Publication of 
the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies in Cairo, no. 4 ( Leiden: E.J. 
Brill, 1981), pp. 209-218 
37.	Ian Richard Netton, ?Tourist Adab and Cairene Architecture: The Medieval Paradigm of Ibn 
Jubayr and Ibn Battutah? in Mustansir Mir (ed.), Literary Heritage of Classical Islam, 
(Princeton: Darwin Press, 1993), pp. 275-284; repr. In Ian Richard Netton, Seek Knowledge: 
Thought and Travel in the House of Islam, (Richmond: Curzon, 1996), pp. 145-153) 
38.	Giovanna Calasso, ?Les t¿ches du voyageur: d¿crire, mesurer compter chez Ibn Jubayr, N?ser-
e Khosrow et Ibn Battuta?, Rivista degli Studi Orientali, Vol. 73: i-iv, (1999[2000]), pp. 69-
Volume III: The Travels of Ibn Batt?ta (AD 1304-1368/9 or 1377)
39.	H.A.R. Gibb, ?Introduction? in H.A.R. Gibb (trans.), Ibn Battuta: Travels in Asia and Africa 
1325-1354, (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1929, repr. 1969), pp. 1-40 
40.	Tim Mackintosh-Smith, ?Foreword? in Tim Mackintosh-Smith (ed.), The Travels of Ibn 
Battutah, (London: Macmillan, Picador, 2002), pp. vii ? xxi 
41.	Tim Mackintosh-Smith, ?Morocco: One End of the World? in Tim Mackintosh-Smith, 
Travels with a Tangerine: A Journey in the Footsteps of Ibn Battutah, (London: John 
Murray, 2001), pp. 14-47 
42.	Charles Beckingham, ?In Search of Ibn Battuta?, Asian Affairs, Vol. 8 (1977), pp.263-277 
43.	Ross E. Dunn, ?International Migration of Literate Muslims in the Later Middle Period: The 
Case of Ibn Battuta? in Ian Richard Netton (ed.), Golden Roads: Migration, Pilgrimage and 
Travel in Mediaeval and Modern Islam, (Richmond: Curzon Press, 1993), pp. 75-85 
44.	Fran¿ois-Xavier Fauvelle-Aymar & Bertrand Hirsch, ?Voyage aux Fronti¿res du Monde: 
Topologie, narration et jeux de miroir dans la Rihla de Ibn Battuta?, Afrique et Histoire, no. 1 
(Sept. 2003), pp. 75-122 
45.	Ian Richard Netton, ?Arabia and the Pilgrim Paradigm of Ibn Battuta: A Braudelian 
Approach? in Ian Richard Netton, Seek Knowledge: Thought and Travel in the House of 
Islam, (Richmond: Curzon, 1996), pp. 113-126. 
46.	Ian Richard Netton, ?Myth, Miracle and Magic in the Rihla of Ibn Battuta? in Ian Richard 
Netton, Seek Knowledge: Thought and Travel in the House of Islam, (Richmond: Curzon, 
1996), pp. 103-112. 
47.	Andr¿ Miquel, ?L?Islam d?Ibn Battuta?, Bulletin d?¿tudes Orientales, Vol. 30 (1978), pp. 75-
48.	Michel Mollat, ?Ibn Batoutah et la Mer?, Travaux et Jours, Vol. 18 (1996), pp. 53-70 
49.	Ivan Hrbek, ?The Chronology of Ibn Battuta?s Travels?, Archiv Orientalni, Vol. 30 (1962), 
pp. 409-486 
50.	Stephen Janicsek, ?Ibn Battuta?s Journey to Bulghar: Is it a Fabrication??, Journal of the 
Royal Asiatic Society, (1929), pp. 791-800 
51.	H.T. Norris, ?Ibn Battuta?s Journey in the North-Eastern Balkans?, Journal of Islamic Studies, 
Vol. 5:2 (1994), pp. 209-220 
52.	H.T. Norris, ?Ibn Battutah?s Andalusian Journey?, Geographical Journal, no. 125 (1959), pp. 
53.	Tatsuro Yamamoto, ?On Tawalisi Described by Ibn Batuta?, Mem. Research Dept. Tokyo 
Bunko, Vol. 8 (1936), pp. 93-133
54.	Said Hamdun & Noel King, ?The East African Journey? in Said Hamdun & Noel King 
(trans.), Ibn Battuta in Black Africa, (London: Rex Collings, 1975), pp.12-21 
55.	Claude Meillasoux, ?L?Itineraire d?Ibn Battuta de Walata a Malli?, Journal of African History, 
Vol. XIII:3 (1972) pp. 389-395 
56.	Remke Kruk, ?Ibn Battuta: Travel , Family Life and Chronology?, Al-Qantara: Revista de 
Estudios Arabes, Vol. 16:2 (March 1995), pp. 369-384 
Volume IV: The Post-Mediaeval and Early Modern Period: Middle Eastern and European Travellers in 
Dar Al-Islam 1400-1800
57.	G.R. Tibbetts, ?The Navigators and Their Works? in G.R. Tibbetts, Arab Navigation in the 
Indian Ocean Before the Coming of the Portuguese, Oriental Translation Fund, New 
Series, Vol. XLII, (London: Royal Asiatic Society, 1981), pp. 1-63 
58.	Paul Lunde, ?Pillars of Hercules, Sea of Darkness?, Aramco World, Vol. 43:3 (May-June 
1992), pp. 7-17 
59.	C.F. Beckingham, ?Hakluyt?s Use of the Materials Available to Him. The Near East: North 
and North East Africa?, in D.B. Quinn (ed.), The Hakluyt Handbook Vol 1, Hakluyt Society 
Second Series no. 144, (London Hakluyt Society, 1974), pp.176-189 
60.	Paul Lunde, ?Piri Reis and The Columbus Map?, Aramco World, Vol. 43:3 (May-June 1992), 
pp. 18-25 
61.	V.L. Menage, ?The Map of Hajji Ahmed and Its Makers?, Bulletin of the School of Oriental 
and African Studies, Vol. XXI (1958), pp. 271-314 
62.	Albert Hourani, ?The Ottoman Age?, ?The Ottoman Empire?, in Albert Hourani, A History of 
the Arab Peoples, (London: Faber & Faber, 1991), pp. 207-230 
63.	John Freely, ?The Procession of the Guilds? in John Freely, Istanbul: The Imperial City, 
(London: Viking/Penguin Books, 1996), pp. 221-236 
64.	C.F. Beckingham, ?Some Early Travels in Arabia?, Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 
(October 1949), pp. 155-176
65.	Michael N. Pearson, ?The hajj (pilgrimage) from Mughal India: Some Preliminary 
Observations?, Indica, Vol. 23, pp. 143-158 
66.	A.H. Lybyer, ?The Travels of Evliya Effendi?, Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol. 
37 (1917), pp. 224-239 
67.	W.R. Halliday, ?A Turkish Traveller of the Seventeenth Century?, History, Vol. 29 (1944), 
pp. 144-151 
68.	M. Tolmacheva, ?The Medieval Arabic Geographers and the Beginnings of Modern 
Orientalism?, International Journal of Middle East Studies, Vol. 27:2 (1995), pp. 141-156 
69.	John Carswell, ?A Young Man Abroad: Sir Thomas Herbert?s Travels to Persia in 1626 AD? 
in Carole Hillenbrand (ed.), Studies in Honour of Clifford Edmund Bosworth: Volume 2: 
The Sultan?s Turret, (Leiden: Brill, 2000), pp. 19-41 
70.	C.F. Beckingham, ?Dutch Travellers in Arabia in the Seventeenth Century?, Journal of the 
Royal Asiatic Society, (April & Oct. 1951), Pt. 1: pp. 64-81; Pt. 2: pp. 170-181 
71.	David L. Kennedy & Andrew Peterson, ?Guardians of the Pilgrim Wells: Damascus to 
Aqaba?, Saudi Aramco World, Vol. 55:1 (Jan-Feb 2004), pp. 12-19
72.	Paul Lunde, " The New World Through Arab Eyes ", Aramco World, Vol.43:3, (May-June, 
1992), pp.56-64.
73.	Paul Lunde, ?A Muslim History of the New World?, Aramco World, Vol. 43:3 (May-June 
1992), pp. 26-33 
74.	Julia A. Clancy-Smith, ?Between Cairo and the Algerian Kabylia: The Rahmaniyya tariqa 
1715-1800? in Dale F. Eickelman & James Piscatori (eds) Muslim Travellers: Pilgrimage, 
Migration and the Religious Imagination, (London: Routledge, 1990), pp. 200-216 
75.	Abderrahmane El Moudden, ?The Ambivalence of rihla: Community Integration and Self-
Definition in Moroccan Travel Accounts 1300-1800? in Dale F. Eickelman & James Piscatori 
(eds) Muslim Travellers: Pilgrimage, Migration and the Religious Imagination, (London: 
Routledge, 1990), pp. 69-84

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Geography, Arab.
Geographers -- Islamic Empire -- Biography.
Geography, Medieval.