University of Exeter, Exeter, UK
Reflections on Joseph Norment Bell and his Involvement with the Theme of Mystical Love
- Al‑Daylami, Abu al‑Hasan ‘Ali b. Muhammad (2005). A Treatise on Mystical Love, translated with commentary by J. N. Bell & Ḥ. M. ‘Abd al‑Latif al‑Shafi‘i, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies Monograph Series, 1.
- Bell, J. N. (1994), “Egyptian sung religious narratives. On choosing a spouse”, Oriens, Journal of the International Society for Oriental Research, vol. 34, pp. 404—429.
- Bell, J. N. (1979), Love Theory in Later Ḥanbalite Islam, Albany: StateUniversity of New York Press.
- Bell, J. N. (2010), İslâm'da Aşk Tasavvuru, Hanbelilik Örneği [Love Theory in Islam, Ḥanbalite Example], Istanbul: İnsan Yayınları.
- Bell, J. N. (2003), “Say it again and make me your slave”, Culture and Memory in Medieval Islam, Essays in Honour of Wilferd Madelung, London: I. B. Tauris, pp. 190—209.
- Diggs, L. W. (1922), The Yellow Jacket [Yearbook of Randolph‑Macon College, Ashland, Virginia], p. 29.
- Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies.
- Qasim, ‘Abd al‑Hakim [Kassem, Abdel‑Hakim] (1969), Ayyam al‑insan al‑sab‘a [The Seven Days of Man], Cairo: Dar al‑kitab al‑‘arabi.
- Qasim, ‘Abd al‑Hakim [Kassem, Abdel‑Hakim] (1983), The Seven Days of Man, translated and published by J. N. Bell, Bergen.
- Qasim, ‘Abd al‑Hakim [Kassem, Abdel‑Hakim] (1996), The Seven Days of Man, translated by J. N. Bell, Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press.
Received by the Editorial Board: 16.05.2020