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Douglas Morton Dunlop (1909 - 1987) was a renowned orientalist and scholar of Islamic and Eurasian history.

Dunlop studied at Bonn and Oxford under the historian Paul Eric Kahle (1875-1965). His work was influenced by such scholars as Zeki Validi Togan, Mikhail Artamonov, and George Vernadsky. In the 1950's and '60's Dunlop was Professor of History at Columbia University.

He is best known for his influential histories of Arab civilization and the Khazar Khaganate.

[edit] Representative publications

[edit] As author

  • "The Arabic Tradition of the Summa Alexandrinorum". Journal Article in Archives d'histoire doctrinale et littéraire du moyen âge, 1982
  • Arab civilization to A.D. 1500 London: Longman, 1971.
  • Arab civilization to A.D. 1500 New York: Praeger, 1971.
  • The History of the Jewish Khazars. New York: Schocken Books, 1967.
  • "The Khazars." The Dark Ages: Jews in Christian Europe, 711-1096. 1966.
  • "The Translations of al-Bitrîq and Yahyâ (Yuhannâ) b. al-Bitrîq" (Journal Article in Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland, 1959)
  • Dunlop, Douglas M.. (1957) "Sources of Gold and Silver in Islam according to al-Hamdani (C10th)" (Journal Article in Studia islamica )
  • Philosophical Predecessors and Contemporaries of Ibn Bâjjah (Journal Article in The Islamic quarterly, 1955)
  • "Aspects of the Khazar Problem" (Journal Article in Transactions of the Glasgow University Oriental Society, 1951).
  • "Ibn Bajjah's 'Tadbîru l-Mutawahhid'" (Journal Article in Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland, 1945).
  • "The Karaits of East Asia." (Journal Article in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 1944).
  • "Muhammad ibn-Musa al-Khwarizmi" (Journal Article in Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland, 1943).
  • "The Dhunnunids of Toledo". (Journal Article in Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland, 1942).

[edit] As translator

  • Abu Mashar al-Balkhi, Jafar Ibn Muhammad. (1971) The Mudhâkarât fî'Ilm an-Nujûm (Dialogues on Astrology) Attributed to Abû Ma'shar al Balkhî (Albumasar) (Book Chapter in Iran and Islam: in memory of the late Vladimir Minorsky )
  • al-Farabi, Abu Nasr Mohammad Ibn al-Farakh. (1961) Fusul al-Madani: Aphorisms of the Statesman Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • al-Farabi, Abu Nasr Mohammad Ibn al-Farakh. (1959) "Al-Farabi's Paraphrase of the Categories of Aristotle [Part 2]". The Islamic quarterly
  • al-Farabi, Abu Nasr Mohammad Ibn al-Farakh. (1957) "Al-Farabi's Paraphrase of the Categories of Aristotle [Part 1]" The Islamic quarterly
  • al-Farabi, Abu Nasr Mohammad Ibn al-Farakh. (1956) "Al-Farabi's Introductory Risalah on Logic" (Journal Article in The Islamic quarterly )
  • al-Farabi, Abu Nasr Mohammad Ibn al-Farakh. (1956) "Al-Farabi's Eisagoge" (Journal Article in The Islamic quarterly )
  • al-Farabi, Abu Nasr Mohammad Ibn al-Farakh. (1955) "Al-Farabi's Introductory Sections on Logic" (Journal Article in The Islamic quarterly )
  • al-Farabi, Abu Nasr Mohammad Ibn al-Farakh. (1952) "Al-Farabi's Aphorisms of the Statesman" (Journal Article in Iraq (London)).
  • al-Farabi, Abu Nasr Mohammad Ibn al-Farakh. (1951) "The Existence and Definition of Philosophy / From an Arabic text ascribed to al-Farabi" (Journal Article in Iraq (London) ) .no:Douglas Morton Dunlop

Douglas Morton Dunlop

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