Gabriel Said Reynolds

Professor of Islamic Studies and Theology

 

University of Notre Dame

Notre Dame, IN 46530

tel.: 1.574.631.5138

reynolds@nd.edu

 

curriculum vitae      

 

 

Activities and Links

Books

Articles (available here)

* The International Qurʾanic Studies Association (IQSA): The first learned society dedicated to the study of the Qurʾan.

 

* The Qurʾan Seminar: A year-long project with 28 international researchers dedicated to a collaborative commentary on 50 central passages of the Qurʾan.

 

 

* 2nd International Notre Dame Conference “The Qur’ān in Its Historical Context” (April 2009)

* conference website

* conference poster

* New York Times article on the conference

 

* Luce article on my research in Jerusalem and Beirut

 

* 1st International Notre Dame Conference, “The Qur’ān in Its Historical Context” (April 2005):

* conference program

* conference abstracts

* article on the conference in al-Hayat newspaper, July 16, 2005

 

* The Emergence of Islam

 

* New Perspectives on the Qurʾān: The Qurʾān in Its Historical Context 2 (edited)

 

* The Qurʾān and Its Biblical Subtext  

 

* (with Samir Khalil Samir) ʿAbd al-Jabbār, The Critique of Christian Origins (edited, translated, and annotated; parallel Arabic/English text)

 

*  The Quran in Its Historical Context (edited)

 

* A Muslim Theologian in the Sectarian Milieu  

 

* “The Devil They Know,” Commonweal.

 

* “The Qurʾan and the Apostles of Jesus,” BSOAS 76 (2013), 1-19.

 

* “On the Qurʾan and the Theme of Jews as ‘Killers of the Prophets,’” al-Bayān 10 (2012), 9-34.

 

* “On the Qurʾān’s Māʾida Passage and the Wanderings of the Israelites.” The Coming of the Comforter, ed. B. Lourié, C.A. Segovia, and A. Bausi (Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias, 2011), 91-108.

 

* “Le problème de la chronologie du Coran,” Arabica 58 (2011), 477-502.

 

* “On the Qurʾānic Accusation of Scriptural Falsification (taḥrīf) and Christian anti-Jewish Polemic,” JAOS 130 (2010), 1-14.

 

* “The Muslim Jesus: Dead or Alive?” BSOAS 72 (2009), 237–58.