Editorial Board: Antoine Borrut and Fred M. Donner
Institute for the Study of Ancient Cultures of the University of Chicago
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The Late Antique and Medieval Islamic Near East (LAMINE) series aims to publish a variety of scholarly works, including monographs, edited volumes, critical text editions, translations, studies of corpora of documents—in short, any work that offers a significant contribution to understanding the Near East between roughly 200 and 1000 CE.
- LAMINE 3. Scripts and Scripture: Writing and Religion in Arabia circa 500–700 CE. Fred M. Donner and Rebecca Hasselbach-Andee, eds., with contributions by Ahmad Al-Jallad, François Déroche, Fred M. Donner, Suleyman Dost, Adam Flowers, Sidney Griffith, Robert G. Hoyland, Ilkka Lindstedt, Kyle Longworth, Michael C. A. Macdonald, Laïla Nehmé, Gordon Newby, and Hamza M. Zafer. 2022.
- LAMINE 2. The Damascus Psalm Fragment: Middle Arabic and the Legacy of Old Higāzī. Ahmad Al-Jallad, with a contribution by Ronny Vollandt. 2020.
- LAMINE 1. Christians and Others in the Umayyad State. Antoine Borrut and Fred M. Donner, eds., with contributions by Touraj Daryaee, Muriel Debié, Sidney H. Griffith, Wadad al-Qadi, Milka Levy-Rubin, Suzanne Pinckney Stetkevych, Donald Whitcomb, and Luke Yarbrough. 2016.