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Authored Books

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2013) A System of Life: Mawdūdī and the Ideologisation of Islam. London: Hurst; New York: OUP.

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2004) Viele Wege und ein Ziel. Leben und Wirken von Sayyid Abu l-Hasan 'Ali al-Hasani Nadwi (1914-1999). [Many Paths and One Goal. Life and Work of Sayyid Abu l-Hasan 'Ali al-Hasani Nadwi (1914-1999)]. Würzburg: Ergon.

Edited Books or Journal Volumes

Fuess, Albrecht and Hartung, Jan-Peter, eds. (2011) Court Cultures in the Muslim World: Seventh to Nineteenth Centuries. London; New York: Routledge. (SOAS/Routledge Series on the Middle East)

Christmann, Andreas and Hartung, Jan-Peter, eds. (2009) Islamica: Studies in Memory of Holger Preißler (1943-2006). Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press. (Journal of Semitic Studies Supplements. No.26)

Hartung, Jan-Peter and Reifeld, Helmut, eds. (2005) Islamic Education, Diversity, and National Identity. Dīnī Madāris in India Post 9/11. New Delhi et al.: Sage.

Book Chapters

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2014) 'Abused Rationality? On the Role of maʿqūlī Scholars in the Events of 1857/8.' In: Bates, Crispin, (ed.), Mutiny at the Margins: New Perspectives on the Indian Uprising of 1857. Volume 5: Muslim, Dalit and Subaltern Narratives. New Delhi: Sage, pp. 135-155. (Mutiny at the Margins: New Perspectives on the Indian Uprising of 1857. )

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2013) 'Schulen, Netze, Traditionen: Zur Institutionalisierung von Wissen in der persophonen Welt der Frühen Neuzeit [Schools, Networks and Traditions: On the Institutionalization of Knowledge in the Persianate World of Early Modernity].' In: Schuler, Barbara, (ed.), Stifter und Mäzene und ihre Rolle in der Religion: Von Königen, Mönchen, Vordenkern und Laien in Indien, China und anderen Kulturen. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, pp. 135-147.

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2013) 'Who Speaks of What Caliphate? The Indian Khilafat Movement and its Aftermath.' In: al-Rasheed, Madawi and Kersten, Carool and Shterin, Marat, (eds.), Demystifying the Caliphate: Historical Memory and Contemporary Contexts. London: Hurst, pp. 81-94.

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2012) 'India.' In: Böwering, Gerhard and Crone, Patricia, (eds.), The Princeton Encyclopeadia of Islamic Political Thought. Princeton, NJ: Princeton UP, pp. 21-23.

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2012) 'La Yamaat-i Islami.' In: Peters, Frank and Ortega, Rafael, (eds.), Los movimientos islámicos transnacionales y la emergencia de un «islam europeo». Barcelona: Edicions Bellaterra, pp. 47-56. (Biblioteca Del Islam Contemporáneo)

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2012) '„Und tötet euch nicht!“ — Martyrium im Islam zwischen Heilsversprechen und Heilserwartung.' In: Grundmann, Regina and Fuhrmann, Sebastian, (eds.), Martyriumsvorstellungen in Antike und Mittelalter: Leben oder sterben für Gott? Leiden; Boston: Brill, pp. 275-305. (Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity)

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2011) 'Enacting the Rule of Islam: On Courtly Patronage of Religious Scholars in Pre- and Early Modern Times.' In: Fuess, Albrecht and Hartung, Jan-Peter, (eds.), Court Cultures in the Muslim World: Seventh to Nineteenth Centuries. London; New York: Routledge, pp. 295-325. (SOAS/Routledge Studies on the Middle East)

Kumar, Sunil (2009) 'Kingship, Courts, and Capitals on the Eastern Frontier: the Delhi Sultanate in the 13th and 14th centuries.' In: Hartung, Jan-Peter and Fuess, Albrecht, (eds.), Court Cultures in the Muslim World. London: SOAS/Routledge Studies on the Middle East. (Unpublished)

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2009) 'Philosophie: III. Islam.' In: Jäger, Friedrich et al., (ed.), Enzyklopädie der Neuzeit. Stuttgart: Metzler, pp. 1121-1125.

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2008) '«Die Mauer muss weg!», oder: Alles ist für sich singulär. Gedanken zur islamwissenschaftlichen Beschäftigung mit Südasien in Deutschland. [«The Wall Must Fall!», or: Everything is Unique in Itself. Thoughts on Dealing with South Asia in Islamic Studies in Germany].' In: Poya, Abbas and Reinkowski, Maurus, (eds.), Das Unbehagen in der Islamwissenschaft. Bielefeld: transcript, pp. 85-104.

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2008) 'Wahhābīs and Anti-Wahhābīs: The Learned Discourse on Sufism in Contemporary South Asia.' In: Lassen, Søren Christian and van Skyhawk, Hugh, (eds.), Sufi Traditions and New Departures. Recent Scholarship on Continuity and Change in South Asian Sufism. Islamabad: Taxila Institute of Asian Civilizations, pp. 82-110.

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2007) 'Wider die Schmach. Eine historisch-anthropologische Untersuchung von "Beleidigung" in einigen muslimischen Kontexten. [Against Shame. A Historico-Anthropological Examination of "Insult" in Selected Muslim Contexts].' In: Conermann, S. and von Hees, S., (eds.), Islamwissenschaft als Kulturwissenschaft. I: Historische Anthropologie. Schenefeld: EB-Verlag, pp. 107-37.

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2006) 'Standardising Muslim Scholarship: The Nadwat al-ʿulamāʾ.' In: Saberwal, Satish and Hasan, Mushirul, (eds.), Assertive Religious Identities: India and Europe. New Delhi: Manohar, pp. 121-144.

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2006) 'Towards a Reform of the Indian Madrasa? An Introduction.' In: Hartung, Jan-Peter and Reifeld, H., (eds.), Islamic Education, Diversity, and National Identity. Dini Madaris in India Post 9/11. New Delhi et al: Sage, pp. 11-36.

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2005) 'The Nadwat al-ʿulamāʾ – A Chief Patron of madrasa Education in India and Turntable to the Arab World.' In: Hartung, Jan-Peter and Reifeld, Helmut, (eds.), Islamic Education, Diversity, and National Identity. Dīnī Madāris in India Post 9/11. New Delhi: Sage, pp. 135-157.

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2005) '"Ueberall ist Kerbala" - Ueberlegungen zu zwoelfer-schiitischen Vorstellungen von sakralem Raum. ["Kerbala Is Everywhere" - Reflections on the Twelver Shiite Representations of Sacred Space].' In: Damir-Geilsdorf, S. and Hartmann, A. and Hendrich, B., (eds.), Mental Maps - Raum - Erinnerung. Kulturwissenschaftliche Zugaenge zum Verhaeltnis von Raum und Erinnerung. Münster et al: LIT, pp. 259-82.

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2003) 'The Land, the Mosque, the Temple. 145 Years of Dispute over Ayodhya.' In: Bonney, R, (ed.), Ayodhya 1992-2003: The Assertion of Cultural and Religious Hegemony. Leicester: Centre for the History of Religious and Political Pluralism/ Institute for the Study of Indo-Pakistan Relations, pp. 22-46. (South Asian History Academic Papers)

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2002) '(Re-)Presenting the Other? Erkenntniskritische Überlegungen zum Orientalismus [(Re-)Presenting the Other? - Outline of an Epistemological Critique of Orientalism].' In: Hamann, Chr. and Siebert, C., (eds.), Räume der Hybridität. Postkoloniale Konzepte in Theorie und Literatur. Hildesheim et al.: Olms.


Hartung, Jan-Peter (2016) 'Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The Ṭālibān, Afghan Self-Determination, and the Challenges of Transnational Jihadism.' Die Welt des Islams, 56 (2). pp. 125-152.

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2013) 'The Limits of the Dialogical: Thoughts on Muslim Patterns of In- and Exclusion.' Culture and Dialogue, 3 (1). pp. 73-94.

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2013) 'What Makes a Muslim Intellectual? On the Pro's and Con's of a Category.' Middle East – Topics & Arguments, 1. pp. 35-45.

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2009) 'Religious Education in Transition: The Moral and Academic Training of Sayyid Abû 'l-Hasan ´Alî Nadwî.' Journal of Semitic Studies, Suppl. (26). pp. 231-255.

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2004) 'ʿUlamāʾ in Contemporary South Asia – Globalising the Local by Localizing the Global.' Oriente Moderno, 23 n.s (1). pp. 83-101.

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2001) 'Affection and Aversion: Ambivalencies among Muslim Intellectual Élites in Contemporary South Asia.' South Asia Research, 21 (2). pp. 189-202.

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2000) 'Gottesstaat versus Kemalismus: Eine islamische Reaktion auf Mušarrafs Putsch in Pakistan. [Kingdom of God versus Kemalism: An Islamic Reaction to Musharraf's coup d'etat in Pakistan].' Religion – Staat – Gesellschaft, 1 (1). pp. 75-94.

Hartung, Jan-Peter (1999) 'A Contribution of Islamic Revivalists to Modernity: The Ǧamāʿat-i islāmī as a Practical Approach for the Realization of an Islamic Concept of History.' Folia Orientalia, 35. pp. 41-54.

Conference or Workshop Items

Hartung, Jan-Peter (2013) The Word of God for the Modern Indian Muslim: Abū ’l-Kalām Āzād’s Tarjumān al-qurʾān. In: Cultural Institutions and Knowledge Arenas Post-1947: Revisiting the Role of Maulana Azad, 21-22 March 2013, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi.


Hartung, Jan-Peter (2014) 'Public lecture: On 'Creeds' and 'Guidances': Tradition, Commentary and Canon in the Early Modern Persianate World.' Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, 12 June 2014 . (Unpublished)

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