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Technology and Religious Change: Islam and the Impact of Print

  • Francis Robinson (a1)
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0026749X00016127
  • Published online: 28 November 2008
Abstract

A historian, like any other scholar, incurs many debts. I am no exception. I would like to begin this occasion by acknowledging some of those debts. I have benefited greatly from the generosity of colleagues—from the generosity of colleagues in my particular field of Islamic and South Asian history in North America, Europe and the Subcontinent, but also from the generosity of historians in general. It is a great privilege to work amongst historians in the University of London, who form arguably the largest group of historians in the world, that work together.

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Sayyed Hossein Nasr , ‘Oral Transmission and the Book in Islamic Education: The Spoken and the Written Word’, Journal of Islamic Studies, vol. 3, no. 1, 011992, pp. 114.

Michel Reeber , ‘A Study of Muslim Preaching in France’, Islam and Christian Muslim Relations, vol. 2, no. 2, 121991, pp. 275–94.

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