Additional Readings for Week Five

M. A. Shaban. Islamic History, A.D. 600-750 (A. H. 132): A New Interpretation 1971.
Mosche Sharon. "The Development of the Debate Around the Legitimacy of Authority in Early Islam." Jerusalem
    Studies in Arabic and Islam
5 (1984).
Wilferd Madelung. The Succession to Muhammad: A Study of the Early Caliphate 1997.
Martin Hinds. "The Murder of the Caliph 'Uthman." International Journal of Middle East Studies 3 (1972).
Z. D. H. Baneth. "What Did Muhammad Mean When He Called His Religion 'Islam'? The Original Meaning of
    Aslama and its Derivatives." Israel Oriental Studies 1 (1971).
Fred M. Donner. The Early Islamic Conquests. 1981.
Martin Hinds. "Kufan Political Alignments and Their Background in the Mid-Seventh Century A.D." International
    Journal of Middle East Studies
. 2 (1971).
G. H. A. Juynboll. "The Qur'an Reciter on the Battlefield and Concomitant Issues." Zeitschrift der Deutschen
    Morgenlandischen Gesellschaft
125 (1975).
Patricia Crone. Meccan Trade and the Rise of Islam. 1987.
Robert G. Hoyland. Seeing Islam as Others Saw It: A Survey and Evaluation of Christian, Jewish and Zoroastrian
    Writings on Early Islam
. 1997.
Daniel J. Sahas. "The Seventh Century in Byzantine-Muslim Relations: Characteristics and Forces." Islam and
    Christian-Muslim Relations
. 2 (1991).
Daniel J. Sahas. John of Damascus on Islam: The 'Heresy of the Ishmaelites'. 1972.
Averil Cameron. "The Eastern Provices in the Seventh Century A.D.: Hellenism and the Emergence of Islam,"
    Hellenismos: Quelques Jalons pour une Histoire de l'Identite Grecque (ed) S. Said. 1991.
G. J. Reinink. "The Beginnings of Syriac Apologetic Literature in Response to Islam," Oriens Christianus 77 (1993).
S. P. Brock. "Syriac Views of Emergent Islam," Studies on the First Century of Islamic Society (ed) G. H. A.
    Juynboll. 1982.