Anali Gazi Husrev-Begove biblioteke <p>Godišnjak Anali Gazi Husrev-begove biblioteke izdaje Gazi Husrev-begova biblioteka i u njemu se prvenstveno tretiraju islamske naučne discipline i druge oblasti u vezi sa bibliotečkim fondom i historijskom građom iz kulturnog naslijeđa Bosne i Hercegovine. Anali se objavljuju od 1972. godine i do sada su objavljena 37 broja.</p> en-US (Hamza Lavić) (Ammar) Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 OJS 60 The concept of fasād in Qur’an <p>The first part of the paper, after the introductory remarks, discusses the lexical meaning of the lexeme fasād (in Bosnian fesād or fesāt), which, among other things, has the following meanings: damage, ruin, disorder, hunger and drought, harm. Based on the works of the prominent classical scholars of the Qur’an (al-Qāri’, Ibn Sallām, Dāmaġāni, Ibn al-ʻImād, Ibn al-Ğawzī), the contextual meanings of the word fasād in the Qur’an are given, together with the Tafsir analysis and by comparing it to some of the leading classical and contemporary commentaries of the Qur’an. Consequently, based on the Qur’anic use, the word fasād is semantically investigated and offered a possible classification of the term into its following forms: 1. fasād in faith (al-fasād al-ʻaqā’idī); 2. political fasād (al-fasād al-siyāsī); 3. environmental fasād (al-fasād al-bīʻī); 4. fasād in economy (al-fasād al-iqtisādī); 5. fasād in ethics (al-fasād al-aẖlāqī); 6. fasād in security (al-fasād al-amnī) i 7. social fasād (al-fasād al-iğtimāʻī).</p> Almir Fatić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 The importance of pausal and initial forms in Tafsir science <p>The focus of this paper is an analysis of the importance of pausal and initial forms in the Tafsir science, on the example of the verses from the sura Āli ‘Imrān. It discusses the basic concepts of Tafsir and Ta’wīl, and contextu-alizes pausal and initial forms as places of change in the understanding of the Qur’anic text. The issues of diversity of Qirāʼat versions are also discussed, which open up the possibility of a better understanding and interpretation of the verse, that ultimately further reveals the immeasurable richness of the Qur’anic semantics.</p> Mensur Malkić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Jazariyyah manuscripts in Gazi Husrev-bey’s Library of Sarajevo <p>This paper focuses on the widely known Tajweed poem entitled al-Muqad-dima fīmā ̒ alā qāriʼ al-Qurʼan an yaʻlamah (Ğazariyya) by Muḥammad Shamsuddin b. al-Jazari. The paper presents manuscripts of this work held in the Gazi Husrev-bey’s Library in Sarajevo. Manuscripts of the original text in Arabic language, manuscripts of translations into Turkish, and manuscripts of the Jazariyyah commentary were processed. In the introductory part of the paper, basic biographical information about the author and an analysis of his contribution to the development of Tajweed and kiraet science are presented. <br>A review of the catalog of the manuscript collection of the Gazi Husrev-bey’s Library in Sarajevo revealed the existence of a relatively large number of handwritten copies of the text and commentaries of Jazariyyah.</p> Abdul-Aziz Drkić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Specificity of the ḥattā particle in Arabic language <p>Particles (al-ḥurūf) are, in the Arabic language, one of three types of words that are formally defined as immutable and in semantic terms as incomplete words the meaning of which is only reached in context. Some of the particles change their semantic field by changing the syntactic environment, which can be a problem in understanding the Arabic text. <br>The ḥattā particle builds different syntactic contexts in which it performs multiple functions, resulting in a multiplicity of its semantics. This paper seeks to present it in all its functions in order to draw attention to the condi-tions under which a particular function is realized, as well as to the meanings it attains in certain syntactic frameworks. <br>By looking at the traditional and contemporary linguistic literature, we want to show that the ḥattā particle can function as a conjunction, proposition, beginning particle, and conjunctive particle. Its various functions are realized in certain syntactic environments in which its task is to connect certain parts of a sentence, or to introduce one independent content and to achieve a certain meaning.</p> Amira Trnka-Uzunović Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Library of Mehmed-pasha Kukavica in Travnik <p>Mehmed-pasha Kukavica is one of the most prominent donors in Bosnia. <br>He lived in the first half of the eighteenth century and during the short time as a vizier in Bosnia, he built around 80 religious-educational, and other buil-dings in eight cities of Bosnia. Until now, only one of his endowment charters was known, by which he organized the work of some of his endowments. <br>This paper presents translated endowment charter which was not known until now, by which Mehmed-pasha Kukavica donated a library of 75 manuscript codices, as well some materials for equipping of the newly built madrasa, including 2000 akchas to be handed out for legal lease, and to meet the needs of maintaining his donations from the proceeds. A characteristic feature of the donated library is that it contained a number of medical works, including a commentary on the famous al-Qānūn. Thirty-five codices from this library have been preserved and are now in the manuscript collection of the Gazi Husrev-bey’s Library.</p> Osman Lavić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Opus by Ḥasan al-Būsnawī H̱ uṭab taslīm mahr wa ğawābuha <p>This paper will present the manuscript work of H̱ uṭab taslīm mahr wa ğawābuhā by Ḥasan al-Būsnawī al-Madanī (b. 1190), which contains the ser-mons made by this author on the occasion of delivering a wedding gift and on marriage. The paper presents the social and historical environment in which these sermons were made. The formal and stylistic features of the sermons were analyzed. The sermons were also analyzed in view of their actuality, i.e. the possibility of identifying the social relations in Medina at the time of their creation, as well as the relations in the Ottoman Empire itself at that time.</p> Semir Rebronja, Munir Mujić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Bijeljina Endowment Charters Kept in Gazi Husrev-Bey’s Library <p>This paper deals with endowment charters from the area of Bijeljina in Bosnia and Herzegovina. A report from the County Commission in Bijeljina to the Provincial Waqf Directorate in Sarajevo on February 26, 1907, related to the endowment business, state s nine endowments, or mosques in Bijeljina county: Vedjihi-Pasha Mosque, Atik Mosque, Krpić Mosque, Salihbegović Mosque, Jedid Mosque, other Atik Mosque, Atmačić Mosque, Turski Janjari Mosque and Koraj Mosque. In the report, the column entitled “place” lists the names of five Bijeljina mahalas (Bijeljina, Janja, Atmačić, Turski Janjari and Koraj). Unfortunately, no endowment charter on the founding of any of these, to our knowledge, has been preserved to this day.<br>A total of 20 endowment charters were retained and subsequently added to the larger charters mentioned above. The three endowment charters date from the 19th century, while the rest date from the 20th century. It is inte-resting that the founders of 9 endowments are women, while the others are established by men.<br>Endowment charters that we worked on treat the most significant charac-teristics: founder, date of endowment, certification, subject of endowment, conditions of endowment, persons in charge, witnesses, physical charac-teristics of charter, specimens in various forms and sources in which the endowments were publicized.</p> Hamza Lavić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 ‘Abdullāh Bosnawī: One letter and a note <p>In this paper the author in the context of historical circumstances of the Ottoman Empire in the first half of the 17th century, and particularly in light of biography of ‘Abdullāh Bosnawī (d. 1054/1646) examined two hitherto unpublished short texts: one personal letter dispatched to Koca Mūsā-pasha (d. 1057/1647) and a short note relevant to Bosnawī’s second journey towards Mecca via Cairo. The author based on textual evidence unequivocally iden-tified both agents of the correspondence, shedding new light of the life and character of vizier Mūsā-pasha, his spiritual aspirations and close ties with Bosnawī. On the basis of the letter which is the subject-matter of this paper, as well as his waqfnama, it is possible to conclude that vizier Mūsā-pasha exposed clear Sufi leanings with Akbari coloring which is attested by the vocabulary that Bosnawī used in addressing him in his letter. <br>The Ottoman text of both the letter and the note is given with a Bosnian translation and befitting philological explanatory notes necessary for the proper understanding of those texts in their relevant historical context. Both texts testify that Bosnawī and Mūsā-pasha, equally of Bosnian extraction in the wide geographical scope of the Empire and while pursuing divergent careers with the Empire maintained close relations and correspondence. <br>Regardless of their brevity, both texts are primary sources that contain valu-able details about Bosnawī’s and Mūsā’s life and as such clearly deserve our attention and appropriate scientific treatment.&nbsp;</p> Ahmed Zildžić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 On the appointment of hafiz Sulejman-ef. Šarac to the position of reisu-l-ulema of Bosnia and Herzegovina <p>The enactment of the Statute for the autonomous administration of Isla-mic religious, endowment and related affairs in 1909 ended the long-standing struggle of Bosnian Muslims for the independent formation of their own reli-gious and educational life. The sanctioning of the Statute by the Austro-Hun-garian Emperor Francis Joseph meant, among other things, organizing and holding elections in all organs of the Islamic Community. Bearing in mind that the Statute brought with it special provisions and the formation of a speci-ally established body for the appointment of the reisu-l-ulema, the Ministerial Election Curia, we deal with the issue of the election of the first reisu-l-ulema in Bosnia and Herzegovina in accordance with the established provisions of the Statute. The elections were followed with special attention in the press at that time. In this paper we tried to elaborate the texts and inscriptions of the then papers, which often promoted certain candidates on their pages. Also, the fact is that the first reisu-l-ulema elected according to the Statute, hafiz Sulejman-ef. Šarac, has not been the subject of previous research, and we believe that hafiz Šarac with his education, work, merit, and service, earns the attention of a special monograph. In the introductory part of the paper, we briefly referred to the first reactions of the high functionaries of the Islamic Community after the adoption of the Statute, which primarily refers to the reaction of the then-retired reisu-l-ulema Mehmed Teufik-ef. Azabagić. In the second part of the paper, i.e. its major part, attention is paid to the selection and appointment of the candidate for reisu-l-ulema and his appointment by the Austro-Hungarian Emperor Francis Joseph I.</p> Meho Manjgo Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Following a name of Blagaj zawiya in the sijjil from Mostar from 1867: Who is Alishah Sultan? <p>In Hivzija Hasandedić’s article Some New Data Concerning the Past of the Tekke in Blagaj, Near Mostar, which was published in 1988, several new very important information about the tekke were revealed. This paper conta-ins, among other things, information on the meeting held in Mostar, at which several decisions regarding the tekke were made. The name of the tekke was also mentioned on that occasion, Sari Saltuk’s zawiya. The relationship of Sari Saltuk, a sheikh and a warrior of the 13th century, is well-known because his turbe is next to the tekke, but this is one of the few examples in which his name is mentioned in an official document, which is the name of the tekke. <br>The sources used by the author were documents dating from the second half of the nineteenth century, and the document stating the name of the tekke was the sijjil of the Mostar qadi from 1867. In Hasandedić's work, however, only the partial name of the tekke was given, because the sijjil, along with the name of Sari Saltuk, mentions another name, Alishah Sultan. There is no information on the tekke literature about a person of that name that could be associated with the tekke itself, and this name that was mentioned in the sijjil would be the very first mentioning of that name. In this paper, the author will attempt to determine, on the basis of available books and archival documents, the identity of this person, who was until now completely unknown in the context of the Blagaj tekke.</p> Alija Dilberović Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Incunabula from Ibrahim Muteferrika's Printing Press Kept in Gazi Husrev-Bey’s Library <p>The appearance of the first books printed in Arabic script as well as the historical course of printing development in the Islamic world was very slow. Early editions of rare copies obtained by moving letters with illegible Arabic letters in the 16th and 17th centuries were a lone occurrence until the establishment of Ibrahim Muteferrika’s official printing press in Istanbul. <br>Ibrahim Muteferrika, being in the midst of socio-political movements, spi-ritual-religious and socio-economic changes of the Ottoman Empire in the early 18th century, was very careful both in starting his printing press and in selecting the literature he printed. We will further talk about works that he had published and which have been referred to in the literature as Turkish incu-nabula, and in particular to those located in the Gazi Husrev-bey’s Library. <br>Also, emphasis was placed on owners’ notes created at a time when owning a book meant having something of value and being privileged. Thus, the book covers became the preservers of the names of the people, of their ancestors and descendants, the names of places, historical events, letters, fatwas, verses and dates from the time they were made.</p> Fatima Tinjak Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 An Unpublished Discussion by Muhamed-efendi Tufo on Sharia Courts <p>This paper deals with an unpublished debate on Sharia judiciary written by Muhammad ef. Tufo, the modern-day Bosnian alim. The manuscript is in the Gazi Husrev-bey’s Library, registered under number R-8258. It is written in Bosnian with quotations in Arabic language. This paper provides a bio-graphy of the author, a text of discussion, and a brief analysis of it. The main conclusions reached by the author are that Muhammad ef. Tufo considers the judiciary the most important branch of state power, emphasizes the character of a righteous ruler in Islamic thought, and follows Ibn Haldun when it comes to injustice and violence as signs of society’s decadence.</p> Fikret Karčić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Importance and Position of Madrasas in Kosovo of 20th Century <p>he madrasas in Kosovo were founded during the Ottoman Empire in the period from the 15th to the 19th centuries. They occupied a central place in the Ottoman educational system. Kosovo changed a number of state-legal frameworks during the 20th century: the Ottoman Empire (until 1912), the Kingdom of SHS (until 1929), the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (until 1941), Italy (until 1945), the FPRY and later the SFRY (until 1992), FR Yugoslavia (until 1999) and the period of the struggle for independence at the beginning of the 21st century. Each state had a different attitude towards the educational process conducted in madrasas. During the First World War, a large number of madrasas were closed. Those that survived have undergone numerous reforms. The most difficult period in their work in Kosovo was the period after the Second World War, namely from 1948 to 1952. Then all were closed. <br>The lower Alaudin madrasa in Priština started to work in 1952, and in 1962 it became a high school madrasa. Until the end of the 20th century, Kosovo had only one madrasa. Separate departments for men were established in 1993 in Prizren and Gnjilan, while for girls in Priština and Prizren they were opened in 1997.</p> Špendi Fidani Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Project Documentation of the Archives of Islamic Community at Gazi Husrev-bey’s Library <p>This paper presents the Collection of Project Documentation from the Islamic Community Archives as one of fourteen, so far, processed collections kept at the Gazi Husrev-bey’s Library in Sarajevo. It includes project docu-mentation for the construction and renovation of mosques, schools and build-ings, endowed buildings for various purposes. As an illustrative example, a couple of projects of each of these categories are illustrated.</p> Muhamed Hodžić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Bibliography of Papers Published in the Annals of Gazi Husrev-bey’s Library - Book XXXIII-XL <p>The journal Annals of Gazi Husrev-bey’s Library began to be published in 1972, with the aim of presenting the material that the Library owns and making the public aware of its work. From the first issue to the present, during the 47 years of its publication, 40 issues in 25 volumes came out. This bibli-ography includes Annals from XXXIII to XL, published once a year, from 2012 to 2019. 175 scientific papers are listed, signed by 83 authors. The aim of this, as well as of the previous bibliographies, is to make the various materials publis-hed on the pages of “Annals” more transparent and easier to use.</p> Izudina Zukorlić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Conservation and restoration of the Gazi Husrev-bey’s Library manuscripts - challenges and perspectives <p>n this paper, we address the issue of conservation and restoration of oriental manuscripts33 stored in the Gaza Husrev-bey’s Library in Sarajevo. <br>Based on the example of the restoration of oriental manuscripts of the Gazi Husrev-bey’s Library, the paper will attempt to present a methodological fra-mework for the conservation and restoration of oriental manuscripts, present some of the most common problems and challenges, and finally offer some perspectives on more effective protection of manuscripts. The conservation and restoration of oriental manuscripts is a specific area in the restoration of written heritage and library material, which arises from the specificity of he materials used and the methods applied in creation of such manuscripts. <br>In the restoration of oriental manuscripts, in addition to the basic problems relating to all written heritage, i.e. library material, we also encounter several problems that are inherently more common in this type of material.<br>In the first part of the paper we will present the results of the manuscript conservation and restoration project of the Department of Conservation and Restoration of the Gazi Husrev-bey’s Library. In the second part of the paper, based on the results of previous manuscript protection projects, we will pre-sent the problems and challenges we encountered during the implementation of the manuscript protection project - their conservation and restoration. <br>Based on the manuscripts that have been processed over the past three years, the Gazi Husrev-bey’s Library’s Department of Conservation and Restoration particularly emphasizes the problems of water solubility of ink and damage to the binding in the form of missing parts or complete covers.<br>Finally, we will outline possible perspectives towards more effective and professional protection of oriental manuscripts.</p> Ruhulah Hodžić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Challenges in establishing a sustainable library collection protection system in the case of National and University Library in Zagreb <p>By establishing and developing the material protection system of the National and University Library in Zagreb (hereinafter referred to as the Library) in the conditions of a crisis, the Library recognizes and confirms that the success of the Library’s work is directly related to its success in protecting and securing the availability of material, and that through its research and pre-sentation to the public contributes to the identity, innovation and community development at local / regional and national levels.<br>The Crisis Management System is a set of continuous, integrated and networked activities, protocols, information, resources and collaborators that ensure the effective utilization of all available resources to achieve the highest possible level of security of the Library’s material and of the institution’s resi-lience to threats. Assessment of vulnerability, risk and resilience assessment, as well as identifying the best opportunities to increase the resilience of mate-rials to crisis conditions, increases the level of readiness of the Library for the expected critical conditions.<br>The main objective of the Library’s written heritage protection system, both in crisis and in the ordinary course of business, is to minimize deviations from benchmarks and conditions that describe the recommended conditions for preserving and protecting its library holdings and cultural heritage.<br>Another objective of the material protection system is to increase the resi-lience of the Library in order to reduce the frequency and likelihood of devia-tions from the benchmarks in regular and critical conditions, and to minimize losses and costs, as well as the unavailability of material or services.<br>Considering that the space of the building is used by a large number of beneficiaries, it is necessary to harmonize the procedure and the obligation to participate in the system of protection of the Library’s materials in regular and critical conditions.<br>Sustainability of the system is aimed at reducing operational costs, con-ducting activities that are not harmful to persons, living and working space and the environment, increasing the efficiency and focus of business proce-sses on results, creating domestic and foreign solidarity partnerships, holding workshops, seminars, trainings, exercises and national and international conferences, etc.</p> Dragica Krstić, Saša Tkalec Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Parchment as a basis for writing, printing and painting <p>The Department of Paper Restoration in Dubrovnik, at the Croatian Con-servation Institute, celebrates its 20th anniversary in September of 2019. The beauty of the job of paper restorers and related material lies in creativity and diversity. Two-dimensional and three-dimensional pieces of paper, parchment and leather are restored. Drawings (pencil, charcoal, pastel, ink), paintings (watercolor, gouache, oil ...), posters, maps, charters, banknotes, scenography, signets, antependia, globes, manuscripts and printed books. The oldest works of art restored in the Department dates back to the 12th century, while those dated from 20th century are also being restored. Choosing a restored piece of art for this article was almost impossible, but we decided to elaborate on the 1993 story of saving a charter on parchment, found in a lead tube burning in the building of the Inter-University Center in Dubrovnik. However, this article will generally deal with parchment and its restoration.</p> Sanja Serhatlić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Balancing conservation decisions - preserving material evidence of original structures and repair techniques in a Yemeni manuscripts digitizaion project <p>Because of the war in Yemen, that has devastated effects on the cities and villages, the population and their cultural heritage, the manuscript collections in Yemen are in peril, and inaccessible to researchers. Therefore, a digitisation project was initiated by the German Arabist Sabine Schmidtke, professor at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton: ‘The Zaydi Manuscript Tradition: A Digital Portal’. A number of European and American collections of Yemeni manuscripts will be made freely available on the internet. It concerns relatively small but important collections of Yemeni manuscripts, mostly collected in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by scholars, dip-lomats and travellers. Leiden University Libraries (UBL) is one of the participating libraries. The collection of circa 150 Yemeni manuscripts is in the process of being digitized, and this work was preceded by a physical survey and conservation pro-ject. A previous assessment of Leiden’s collection of manuscripts in Arabic script had pointed out that Yemeni books have characteristics that help to distinguish them from other traditions of the Middle East. In addition, the manuscripts from Yemen are in particular dire condition. How would interventive conservation serve the project and safeguard this specific Yemeni binding tradition at the same time? How can historic repairs be integrated in conservation treatments?<br>Though the Yemeni manuscripts are the focus in this talk, the paper reflects on the effect of digitisation on the use and value of the physical manuscripts, and the com-plexity of conservation decision-making in general. As the texts become accessible 24/7, the originals become all the more important for critical material evidence. The manuscript production in Yemen, like in many other areas, is characterised by sever-al regional-specific materials and techniques. Conservation dilemmas also concern the native repairs. The local interventions provide information on what materials and knowledge on the craft of bookbinding was available, how aesthetics mattered, and they underline the importance and value of the artefacts themselves. The impact of the materiality will be illustrated using examples from the Leiden collection ranging from the 14th to early 20th century.</p> Karin Scheper Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Parchment, pigments and perforations: developing a treatment methodology for an 8th century Qur'an manuscript at the Chester Beatty <p>The pressing need to conserve an early eighth-century Qur’an manuscript at the Chester Beatty in Dublin has served as the catalyst for significant investigation of both early Islamic manuscript materials, and the most suitable contemporary conser-vation techniques for this manuscript.<br>CBL Is 1404 has suffered extensive water damage and subsequent corrosion of the iron containing ink it was written with. It has in turn been subject to numerous layers of previous repairs, many of which are now failing, ineffective, and incurring damage to the manuscript. This study will review the methodology of repair which has been employed to treat this manuscript.<br>Following experiments using a wide range of materials and techniques, t he resulting treatment plan uses a delicate balance of both traditional and modern parchment conservation techniques to stabilise the fragile folios. Experiments have included traditional methods for old repair removal such as mechanical removal with scalpels and the application of paste poultices, as well as both rigid and formable granular gels. Losses and tears have then been repaired using traditional adhesives with toned Japanese paper.</p> Kristine Rose-Beers Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Trajnost islamskog naslijeđa - Rukopisi Gazi Husrev-begove biblioteke <p>Mustafa Jahić, Gazi Husrev-begova biblio-teka u Sarajevu, Sarajevo 2019, 390 str.</p> Lejla Gazić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Iz rukopisnog blaga Gazi Husrev-begove biblioteke <p>Haso Popara, Gazi Husrev-begova biblioteka, Sarajevo, 2019, 364 str.</p> Osman Lavić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Katalog arapskih, perzijskih, turskih, i bosanskih rukopisa iz zbirke Bošnjačkog instituta, svezak III <p>Obradio Mustafa Jahić, Bošnjački institut – Fondacija Adila Zulfikar-pašića, Sarajevo, 2018, 888 + 32 strane priloga bez paginacije</p> Ismet Bušatlić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Muhaddise – učenjakinje u islamu <p>Mohammad Akram Nadwi, prijevod s engleskog Naida Hota-Muminović i Nermina Baljević), Sarajevo : Centar za napredne studije, 2018, 295 str.</p> Zehra Alispahić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Poetika otpora u djelu Mahmuda Derviša <p>Mirza Sarajkić, Univerzitet u Sarajevu – Orijentalni institut, Posebna izdanja LVI, Sarajevo, 2019, 271 str.</p> Esad Duraković Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Poučna kratka historija <p>Rašid Belgradi, Dodatak, Addendum, Zeyl, El-Kalem — Institut za islamsku tradiciju Bošnjaka, Sarajevo, 2018, 246 str.</p> Aladin Husić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Radost hronika <p>Šukrullah b. Šihabuddin Ahmed al-Zaki, preveo s perzijskog Ahmed Zildžić, Bošnjački institut, Fondacija Adila Zulfikarpašića, Sarajevo, 2018, 366 + 271 str. (+ 12 kolor faksimila)</p> Aladin Husić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Bosansko kraljevstvo i Osmansko carstvo (1386-1463) <p>Emir O. Filipović, Orijentalni institut Univerziteta u Sarajevu, 2019, 556 str.</p> Aladin Husić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Foča središte Hercegovačkog sandžaka <p>Muamer Hodžić, Univerzitet u Sarajevu – Orijentalni institut, Sarajevo, 2019, 241 str.</p> Emina Mostić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Svakodnevni život u Sarajevu (1850 - 1878.) <p>Hana Younis, Centar za osmanističke studije, Sarajevo, 2019, 244 str.</p> Alen Borić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Čifčijski odnosi i promjena vlasništva nad zemljom u Bosni i Hercegovini (1878-1918) <p>Izet Šabotić, Centar za istra-živanje moderne i savremene historije, Tuzla, 2019, 320 str.</p> Hadžija Hadžiabdić Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Amir Ljubović (1945–2019) - Neusiljeni autoritet <p>In memoriam - 1945–2019</p> Namir Karahalilović Copyright (c) 2019 Gazi Husrev bey's library Tue, 31 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100