Current affiliation: Hebrew University of JerusalemSubject speciality: Asian StudiesPrimary location: Israel
Published in:The Journal of Asian StudiesPublication date:2013-05-01
Published in:Medieval EncountersPublication date:2004-01-01
Published in:Journal of the American Oriental SocietyPublication date:2003-04-01
Published in:Turko-Mongol Rulers, Cities and City LifePublication date:Not available
Published in:Journal of the Royal Asiatic SocietyPublication date:2008-03-14
Published in:History CompassPublication date:2013-11-01
The Mongol Empire in World History
analysis of the main trend in the study of the Mongol Empire in the last decades + an updated bibliography. See also http://mongol.huji.ac.il/ for ...
Published in:Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African StudiesPublication date:1999-10-01
Published in:ItinerarioPublication date:2008-11-01
Published in:Journal of the American Oriental SocietyPublication date:2000-01-01
Published in:International Journal of Middle East StudiesPublication date:2007-08-01
Published in:Journal of Islamic StudiesPublication date:2006-03-22
Published in:International Journal of Middle East StudiesPublication date:2000-05-01
Published in:The Cambridge History of Inner AsiaPublication date:Not available
Published in:Journal of the Royal Asiatic SocietyPublication date:2007-01-01
Published in:Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African StudiesPublication date:2006-06-01
Published in:Mediterranean Historical ReviewPublication date:2015-01-02
Published in:The Journal of Asian StudiesPublication date:2016-08-01
Published in:The Encyclopedia of EmpirePublication date:2016-01-11
Published in:A Companion to Chinese HistoryPublication date:2016-12-16
For about half of its recorded history, parts or all of imperial China were ruled by non-Han peoples, mainly from Manchuria or Mongolia. The dynast...
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2014-12-31
The Mongols and Their Eurasian Predecessors
Published in:Nomads as Agents of Cultural ChangePublication date:2014-12-31
The introduction for the book Nomads as Agents of Cultural Change introduces the main characteristics of nomadic culture, arguing that such distinc...
Published in:Journal of the Royal Asiatic SocietyPublication date:2016-01-01
The article analyses various tradition on the alleged Islamization of Hulegu (d. 1265), Chinggis Khan's grandson, the annihilator of the Abbasid Ca...
Published in:Harvard Journal of Asiatic StudiesPublication date:2011-01-01
Published in:The Mongols' Middle EastPublication date:Not available
Published in:The Cambridge World HistoryPublication date:Not available
The study illustrates the fate of the Kitans of China under Mongol rule as a case study to the transformation of identity and ethnicity of the step...
Published in:Journal of the American Oriental SocietyPublication date:2002-10-01
Published in:Journal of Song-Yuan StudiesPublication date:2013-01-01
The article reviews the Kitan Liao dynasty (907-1124) multi-faceted relations with the Islamic world, tracing diplomatic and commercial relations; ...
Published in:Journal of Asian HistoryPublication date:2015-01-01
The study reconstructs the scholarly map of Mongol Central Asia (ca.
1220-1370) as viewed in the biographical literature of the Mamluk