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Mitarbeiter des Seminars für Islamische Theologie (v. l.): Ahmed Elshahawy, Milena Mungiuri-Meißner, Muna Tatari, Nadia Saad, Hamideh Mohagheghi, Zishan Ghaffar, Gerrit Mauritz, Idris Nassery, Hatice Aslan, Naciye Kamcili-Yildiz und Mohammed Haghani Fazl.

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Dr Seyed Ali Aghaei Abrandabadi

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Dr Seyed Ali Aghaei Abrandabadi

Seminar für Islamische Theologie > Koranwissenschaften

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Forschungsschwerpunkte

Textgeschichte des Korans (Handschriften und Lesarten)

Traditionelle sowie moderne Koranexegese

Geschichte und Entwicklung des (sunnitischen und schiitischen) Hadith

Historisch-kritische Hadithforschung

Intertextualität zwischen dem Koran und jüdisch-christlichen Traditionen

Laufende Projekte

Irankoran:  Digitale Erschließung früher Koranhandschriften aus iranischen Sammlungen

Rabbinisch-biblische Traditionen in der frühesten Koranexegese: Tafsīr al-Qurʾān von Muqātil b. Sulaimān (gest. 150/767)

Dr Seyed Ali Aghaei Abrandabadi
10/2020 - heute

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Seminar für Islamische Theologie (Koranwissenschaften), Universität Paderborn

10/2017 - 09/2020

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter und Leiter des Projekts IRANKORAN, Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Potsdam

01/2016 - 09/2017

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter beim PALEOCORAN Projekt, Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Potsdam

09/2014 - 12/2015

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter beim Akademievorhaben CORPUS CORANICUM, Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Potsdam

10/2013 - 08/2014

Postdoc-Stipendiat beim Projekt Europa im Nahen Osten - Der Nahe Osten in Europa, Forum Transregionale Studien, Berlin

01/2004 - 09/2013

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter an der Encyclopaedia Islamica Foundation, Teheran

2012

Promotion in Theologie und Islamwissenschaft, Islamische Azad-Universität, Teheran, Iran

Titel der Dissertation: „Datierungsmethoden muslimischer Überlieferungen auf der Basis von Isnād und Matn: Eine Analyse von Prämissen und Methoden“

2002

Master in Koran- und Hadithstudien, Usul ad-Din Hochschule, Qom, Iran

Titel der Masterarbeit: „Die Beziehung zwischen Hermeneutik und Tafsīr & Taʾwīl des Korans“

1998

Bachelor in Technische Informatik, Universität Teheran, Iran

Aufsätze/Artikel (Englisch)

- “Qur’anic Intertextuality with Jewish-Rabbinic Tradition: the Case of ‘the Cow’ in Q 2:67-74”, in: Proceedings of the ‘Early Islam: The Sectarian Milieu of Late Antiquity?’ Conference, Milan 2015, ed. Guillaume Dye (Chicago: Late Antique and Medieval Islamic Near East, in preparation).

- “The Hermeneutics of al-Sharīf al-Murtaḍā (d. 436/1044) in the interpretation of Akhbār al-Āḥād in his Kitāb al-Amālī”, in: Proceedings of the Workshop The Study of Ḥadīth Commentaries: Uncovering an Important Genre of Islamic Scholarship organized by the Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures, Universität Hamburg 2017, eds. Stefanie Brinkmann et al (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming).

- “Then We Ransomed Him with a ‘Great Sacrifice’: Q 37:107 and its Typological Interpretation in Shiʿite Exegetical Tradition”, in: Typology and Typological Exegesis of the Qurʾān, eds. Islam Dayeh and Angelika Neuwirth (Leiden: Brill, forthcoming).

- “The Common Link and its Relation to the Hadith Terminology”, in: Modern Hadith Studies: Continuing Debates and New Approaches, eds. Edited by Belal Abu-Alabbas, Christopher Melchert, and Michael Dann (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2020): 97-128 (doi:10.3366/j.ctv177th9s.12).

- “Digital Analysis and Online Publication of Early Kufic Quranic Manuscripts Kept in Iranian Collections”, Qur’ān Manuscript Studies Blog, quranmss.com/2020/04/20/irankoran_project (published on 20 April 2020).

- “Abraham soll seinen Sohn opfern”, in: Koran Erklärt 2: Wichtige Verse kurz und verständlich erläutert, ed. Andreas-Peter Weber (Berlin: Suhrkamp, 2019): 75-77 (link to Deutschlandfunk program).

- “The Morphology of the Narrative Exegesis of the Qurʾān: The Cow of the Banū Isrāʾīl (Q. 2:67-74) as a Case”, in Reading the Bible in the Context of Islam: Qur’anic Conversations, eds. Daniel J. Crowther, Shirin Shafaie, Ida Glaser, and Shabbir Akhtar (Routledge: Reading the Bible in Islamic Context Series, 2018): 97-128 (download full-text).

- “Ḥadīth and Qurʾānic exegesis”, in: Ḥadīth: An Entry from Encyclopaedia of the World of Islam, eds. Gholamali Haddad Adel et al. (London, 2012): 25-41.

- “Ḥadīth and the Qurʾān”, in: Ḥadīth: An Entry from Encyclopaedia of the World of Islam, eds. Gholamali Haddad Adel et al. (London, 2012): 11-23.

Vorträge (Englisch)

19. Mai 2020: “Qur’anic Intertextuality with Jewish-Rabbinic Tradition: the Case of ‘the Cow’ in Q 2:67-74”, Online Seminar: Reading the Bible in the Context of Islam, The Centre for Muslim-Christian Studies, Oxford.

4. Dez. 2019: “How to Describe and Analyze Vocalization of Kufic Manuscripts”, Reading the Rasm II, Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.

13. Nov. 2019 “Illumination and Numbering. Function and Implication of Verse Markers in Early Qur'anic manuscripts from the National Museum of Iran”, Rechtes Maß und Heilige Zahl, Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.

13. Sep. 2019: “The Project “Irankoran”: Digitalisation of Early Quranic Manuscripts Kept in Iranian Collections”, The 9th European Conference of Iranian Studies (ECIS9), Freie Universität Berlin (Conference Programme).

7. Dez. 2018: “(Re-)appearance of Hamza in Kufic Quranic Manuscripts: studying a case from the National Museum of Iran (NMI #4256)”, Reading the Rasm - Quranic Text, Reading Traditions and The ʿArabiyya, Leiden University together with Corpus Coranicum, Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften (link).

1. Dez. 2017: “The Hermeneutics of al-Sharīf al-Murtaḍā (d. 436/1044) in the interpretation of Akhbār al-Āḥād in his Kitāb al-Amālī”, The Study of Ḥadīth Commentaries: Uncovering an Important Genre of Islamic Scholarship, CSMC, Universität Hamburg (Workshop Programme).

10. Jan. 2017: “The Common Link and its Relation to the Ḥadīth Terminology”, Modern Hadith Studies between Arabophone and Western Scholarship
Pembroke College, Oxford.

24. Sep. 2016: “The Cow of Banū Isrāʾīl and the Red Cow: Revisiting Q 2:67-74 in the light of Jewish-Rabbinic tradition”, Aspects of Qur’anic Scholarship: Philology meets Theology, Freie Universität Berlin (link).

20. Okt. 2015: “Isrāʾīliyyāt and Aggada: An Introduction to the Intertextuality of Jewish, Christian and Muslim traditions”, Encyclopaedia Islamica Foundation, Tehran.

17. Sep. 2015: “The Quest of the isrāʾīliyyāt in Interpretations of the Biblical Stories in the Qur’an: The Life of Adam and Eve as a Case”, Notions of dignity and deficiency, Chair for the Study of Religions, University of Erlangen.

15. Jul. 2015 “Then We Ransomed Him with a ‘Great Sacrifice’”: Q 37:107 and Its Typological Interpretation in Shi’ite Exegesis, Typology – Exegetical Strategies of Reenactment and Fulfilment in the Milieu of the Qur’an, Research Group “From Logos to Kalām”, Free University of Berlin.

5. Sep. 2014 “The Morphology of the Narrative Exegesis of the Qurʾān: The Cow of Banū Isrāʾīl (2:67-74)”, Horizons of Islamic Theology, Institute for the Study of Islamic Culture and Religion, Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main (link).

14. Mai 2014 “Controversial Biblical Memory: The Exegetical Genre of the Isrāʾīliyyāt”, The Berliner Seminar of EUROPE IN THE MIDDLE EAST—THE MIDDLE EAST IN EUROPE, Forum Transregionale Studien, Berlin.

Monographie (Persisch)

Tārīḫgoḏārī-ye ḥadīṯ: rawešhā wa nemūnehā [Dating Ḥadīṯ: Methods and Case Studies] (Tehran, 2015).

Aufsätze/Artikel (Persisch)

- “Ḥadīṯ as Historical Data: An Overview of Western Approaches to the Issue of Authenticity of Muslim Traditions”, Āyeneh-ye Pažūheš [The Mirror of Research] 137-138 (2014): 19-29.

- “Matn Criticism in Sunnite Ḥadīṯ Studies”, in: Jašn-nāmeh-ye ostād Mohammad Ali Mahdavi-Rad, ed. Rasul Jafarian [Essays in Honor of Professor Mohammad Ali Mahdawi-Rad] (Qom, 2013): 13-47.

- “Historical Critical Methods in Biblical Studies: A Review Article”, Ketāb-e Māh-e Dīn [Monthly Book Review on Religion] 184 (2013): 84-90.

- “Dating Muslim Traditions based on Isnād-cum-Matn Analysis: Possibilities and Limitations”, Ṣaḥīfeh-ye Mobīn 50 (2011-12): 101-140.

- “Common Link Phenomenon in Isnāds of Traditions: Explanation and Analysis”, Faṣlnāmeh-ye Moṭāleʿāt-e Tārīḫ-e Eslām [A Quarterly Journal of Historical Studies of Islam] 7 (2011): 25-51.

- “Sufficiency of the Qurʾān and Denial of Authority of Ḥadīṯ: An Investigation of Origin and Thoughts of Qurʾānniyyūn/Ahl-e Qorʾān”, Mʿrifat-e Kalāmī [Theological Knowledge] 3 (2010): 91-112.

- “Western Scholars and the Reconstruction of Early Ḥadīṯ Texts: A Review of Western Studies”, in: Bāzsāzī-ye motūn-e kohan-e ǧadīṯ-e Šīʿah [Reconstruction of Early Šīʿī Ḥadīṯ Texts], ed. Mohammad Emadi-Haeri (Tehran, 2009): 273-90.

- “An Analytical Comparison of Three Editions of al-Barqī’s Kitāb al-Riǧāl”, Āyeneh-ye Mīrāṯ [The Mirror of Heritage] 44 (2009): 226-49.

- “Coherence of the Qurʾān: A Methodological Comparison between Farāhī-Iṣlāḥī and Saʿīd Ḥawwā’s Qurʾānic Exegesis”, Ketāb-e Māh-e Dīn [Monthly Book Review on Religion] 144 (2009): 72-9.

- “The Unity of the Qurʾān: Saʿīd Ḥawwā’s Approach to the Exegesis of the Qurʾān in his al-Asās fī at-Tafsīr”, Pažūhešhā-ye Qorʾānī [The Qurʾānic Researches] 56 (2009): 88-127.

- “Muḥammad Taqī Šūštarī’s Methodology in Criticism of Fabricated Ḥadīṯs: A Study in al-Aḫbār ad-Daḫīlah”, ʿOlūm-e Ḥadīṭ [Ḥadīṭ Studies] 45-6 (2007-8): 220-43.

- “Muḥammad Taqī Šūštarī and His Critical Views in ʿIlm al-Riǧāl: A Comparative Study of Qāmūs ar-Riǧāl and Tanqīḥ al-Maqāl”, Āyeneh-ye Pažūheš [The Mirror of Research] 105-6 (2007), 67-81.

 

Enzyklopädieeinträge (Persisch)

Einträge im Dānešnāmeh-ye Ǧahān-e Eslām [Enzyklopädie der Welt des Islams], herausgegeben von. GholamAli Haddad Adel (Teheran, 1984-):

al-ʿĀdiyāt, Sūra; al-Aʿlā, Sūra; Durust b. Abī Manṣūr; Ḥadīth: Ḥadīth wa Qorʾān; Ḥadīth: Ḥadīth wa Tafsīr; Ḫallād al-Sindī; al-Ḥalīm; al-Ḥamīd; Ḥārith b. Miskīn; Ḥārith b. Muḥammad; Ḥasan b. Sufyān al-Nasawī; Ḥawwā; Ḥawwā, Saʿīd; Ḫayrān al-Ḫādim; Ḥūr/Ḥūrī; Ḥuwayzī, Ḫāndān; Iṣlāḥī, Amīn Aḥsan; Jadd b. Qays; Jamāl al-Dīn al-Ḥusaynī; Jibrāʾīl; Madār-e Ḥadīth; Naqd-e Ḥadīth; Qāmūs al-Rijāl; Qurʾāniyyūn/Ahl-e Qorʾān; Rafʿ-e Ḥadīth; Rayyān b. al-Ṣalt; Ribʿī b. ʿAbd Allāh; Ribāṭī, Ḥasan b. Ribāṭ; Rufāʿat b. Mūsā; Ṣalīḥ b. Zyād al-Sūsī; Sālim b. Abī Ḥafṣah; al-Šakūr; Šaqq al-Qamar; Šīrūyah b. Šahrdār al-Deylamī; al-Šuʿarāʾ, Sūra; Zakariyya b. Idrīs; Zakariyya b. Muḥammad; Zuḫruf, Sūra.

Buchrezensionen (Persisch)

- “Review of Gerald R. Hawting and Abdul-Kader A. Shareef (eds.), Approaches to the Qur’ān, SOAS series on Politics and Culture in the Middle East (Routledge Curzon, 1993), Āyeneh-ye Pažūheš [The Mirror of Research] 129 (2011), 50-60.

- “Review of Shabbir Akhtar, The Qur’an and the Secular Mind: A Philosophy of Islam (Oxon, 2008)”, Ketāb-e Māh-e Dīn [Monthly Book Review on Religion] 153 (2010): 76-79.

- “Review of Aisha Y. Musa, Ḥadīth as Scripture: Discussions on the Authority of Prophetic Traditions in Islam (Palgrave-Macmillian, 2008)”, Ketāb-e Māh-e Dīn [Monthly Book Review on Religion] 150 (2010): 9-12.

- “Review of G.H.A. Juynboll, Encyclopedia of Canonical Ḥadīth (Leiden, 2007)”, Ketāb-e Māh-e Dīn [Monthly Book Review on Religion] 139 (2009): 68-74.

- “Review of Wael B. Hallaq, A History of Islamic Legal Theories: An Introduction to Sunnī Uṣūl al-fiqh (Cambridge, 1997)”, Ketāb-e Māh-e Dīn [Monthly Book Review on Religion] 138 (2009): 18-35.

- “Review of Salwa M. El-Awa, Textual Relations in the Qurʾān: Relevance, Coherence and Structure (Oxon, 2006)”, Ketāb-e Māh-e Dīn [Monthly Book Review on Religion] 132 (2008): 70-5.

- “Review of Mustansir Mir, Coherence in the Qurʾān: A Study of Islāḥī’s Concept of Naẓm in Tadabbur-i Qurʾān (Indianapolis, 1986)”, Pažūhešhā-ye Qorʾānī [The Qurʾānic Researches] 49-50 (2007): 216-59.

- “Review of Abdullah Saeed, Interpreting the Qurʾān: Towards a Contemporary Approach (London and New York, 2006)”, Ketāb-e Māh-e Dīn [Monthly Book Review on Religion] 120-2 (2007): 66-73.

Übersetzungen (ins Persische)

- A. Rippin, “al-Zuhrī, Naskh al-Qurʾān and the Problem of Early Tafsīr Texts”, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 47 (1984): 22-43; printed in: Āyeneh-ye Pažūheš [The Mirror of Research] 156 (2016), 12-24.

- H. Motzki, “Dating Muslim Traditions: A Survey”, Arabica 52:2 (2005): 204-53; printed in: Tārīḫgoḏārī-ye ḥadīṯ: rawešhā wa nemūneha, ed. Ali Aghaei (Tehran, 2015): 21-80.

- Ignaz Goldziher, “Ḥadīth and Sunna”, in: idem, Muslim Studies, tr. C.R. Barber and S.M. Stern (London, 1971): 17-37; printed in: Tārīḫgoḏārī-ye ḥadīṯ: rawešhā wa nemūneha, ed. Ali Aghaei (Tehran, 2015): 81-105.

- David S. Powers, “The Will of Saʿd b. Abī Waqqāṣ: A Reassessment”, Studia Islamica 58 (1983): 33-53; printed in: Tārīḫgoḏārī-ye ḥadīṯ: rawešhā wa nemūneha, ed. Ali Aghaei (Tehran, 2015): 211-230.

- Halit Ozkan, “The Common Link and Its Relation to the Madār”, Islamic Law and Society 11:1 (2004): 42-77; printed in: Tārīḫgoḏārī-ye ḥadīṯ: rawešhā wa nemūneha, ed. Ali Aghaei (Tehran, 2015): 469-506.

- Jane Dammen McAuliffe, “Assessing the Isrāʾīliyyāt: An exegetical conundrum” in: Story-telling in the Framework of Nonfictional Arabic Literature, ed. by S. Leder, 345-369 (Wiesbaden, 1999), 345-369; printed in: Ketāb-e Māh-e Dīn [Monthly Book Review on Religion] 199 (2014): 80-88.

- Gregor Schoeler, “Character and Authenticity of Muslim Tradition on the Life of Muḥammad”, Arabica 49:3 (2002), pp. 360-366; printed in: Ketāb-e Māh-e Dīn [Monthly Book Review on Religion] 198 (2014): 43-46.

- Richard C. Martin, “Inimitability”, in: Encyclopaedia of the Qurʾān, ed. Jane Dammen McAuliffe (Leiden, 2002), II: 526-536; printed in: Tarjomān-e Waḥy [Translation of the Qur’an] 24 (2009): 70-90; also printed in: Dāʾerat-o al-maʿāref-e Qorʾān, eds. Hussein Khandaqabadi et al (Tehran, 2013): I:320-329.

- William A. Graham, “Basmala”, in: Encyclopaedia of the Qurʾān, ed. Jane Dammen McAuliffe (Leiden, 2004), I:207-212; printed in: Dāʾerat-o al-maʿāref-e Qorʾān, eds. Hussein Khandaqabadi et al (Tehran, 2013): I:525-530.

- Andrew Rippin, “The Reception of Euro-American Scholarship on the Qur’an and Tafsīr: An Overview”, Journal of Qur’anic Studies 14:1 (2012), pp. 1-8; printed in: Ketāb-e Māh-e Dīn [Monthly Book Review on Religion] 192 (2013): 66-9.

- G.H.A. Juynboll, “Some Isnād-Analytical Methods Illustrated on the Basis of Several Women-Demeaning Sayings from Ḥadīth Literature”, in: Ḥadīth: Origins and Developments, ed. Harald Motzki (Aldershot, 2004): 175-216; printed in: Ḥadīṯ-e eslāmī: ḫāstgāh wa seyr-e taṭawwor [Ḥadīṯ: Origins and Developments], ed. Morteza Karimi-Nia (Tehran, 2010): 305-53.

- Martin Whittingham, “Syllogism as the Steps to Heaven: al-Qisṭas al-mustaqīm”, in: idem., Al-Ghazālī and the Qurʾān: One Book, many meanings (London and New York, 2007): 80-100; printed in: Ġazālī-pažūhī [Studies on Ġazālī], ed. Hedayat Jalili (Tehran, 2010): 401-28.

- Sebastian Günther, “New Results in Theory of Source-Criticism in Medieval Arabic Literature”, al-Abḥāth 42 (1994): 3-15; printed in: Āyeneh-ye Pažūheš [The Mirror of Research] 122 (2010): 13-8.

- Gerald Hawting, “Two Citations of the Qurʾān in ‘Historical’ Sources for Early Islam”, in: Approaches to the Qurʾān, eds. Gerald R. Hawting & Abdul-Kader A. Shareef (London, 1993): 260-8; printed in: Rahyāfthaʾī be Qorʾān [Approaches to the Qurʾān], ed. Mehrdad Abbasi (Tehran, 2010): 367-83.

- Abdulkader Tayob, “An Analytical Survey of al-Tabarī’s Exegesis of the Cultural Symbolic Construct of Fitna”, in: Approaches to the Qurʾān, eds. Gerald R. Hawting & Abdul-Kader A. Shareef (London, 1993): 157-72; printed in: Rahyāfthaʾī be Qorʾān, ed. Mehrdad Abbasi (Tehran, 2010): 243-63.

- Gregor Schoeler, “Foundation of a New Biography of Muḥammad: The Production and Evaluation of the Corpus of Traditions from ʿUrwah b. al-Zubayr”, in: Method and Theory in the Study of Islamic Origins, ed. Herbert Berg (Leiden, 2003): 8-21; printed in: Bāzsāzī-e motūn-e Kohan-e ḥadīṯ-e Šīʿah [Reconstruction of Early Šīʿī Ḥadīth Texts], ed. Mohammad Emadi-Haeri (Tehran, 2009): 302-13.

- Lawrence I. Conrad, “Recovering Lost Texts: Some Methodological Issues”, Journal of the American Oriental Society 113:2 (1993): 236-258; printed in: Bāzsāzī-e motūn-e Kohan-e ḥadīṯ-e Šīʿah [Reconstruction of Early Šīʿī Ḥadīth Texts], ed. S. Mohammad Emadi-Haeri (Tehran, 2009): 291-302.

- Andrew Rippin, “Western scholarship and the Qurʾān”, in: The Cambridge Companion to the Qurʾān, ed. Jane Dammen McAuliffe (Cambridge, 2006): 235-251; printed in: Ḫeradnāmeh 21 (2007): 63-5.

- Andreas Görke, “The Historical Tradition about al-Hudaybiya: A Study of ʿUrwa b. al-Zubayr’s Account”, in: The Biography of Muḥammad: The Issue of the Sources, ed. Harald Motzki (Leiden, 2000): 240-275; printed in: Nāmeh-ye Tārīḫpažūhān [Journal of Historical Researchers] 8-9 (2007): 260-96.

- Marco Schöller, “Post-Enlightenment Academic Study of the Qurʾān”, in: Encyclopaedia of the Qurʾān, ed. Jane Dammen McAuliffe (Leiden, 2004), IV: 187-208; printed in: Haft Āsemān [Seven Heavens] 34 (2007): 37-72.

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