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Intriguing dreams, improbable myths, fanciful genealogies, and suspect etymologies. These were all key elements of the historical texts composed by scholars and bureaucrats on the peripheries of Islamic empires between the tenth and fifteenth centuries. But how are historians to interpret such narratives? And what can these more literary histories tell us about the people who wrote them and the times in which they lived? In this book, Mimi Hanaoka offers an innovative, interdisciplinary method of approaching these sorts of local histories from the Persianate world. By paying attention to the purpose and intention behind a text's creation, her book highlights the preoccupation with authority to rule and legitimacy within disparate regional, provincial, ethnic, sectarian, ideological and professional communities. By reading these texts in such a way, Hanaoka transforms the literary patterns of these fantastic histories into rich sources of information about identity, rhetoric, authority, legitimacy, and centre-periphery relations.

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'… Hanaoka’s book is a monumental piece of scholarship that will open important conversations among scholars of the medieval Islamic Persianate world. … Hanaoka’s study of Persian local histories does much to further the scholarly debate on identities and mentalities within the medieval Perso-Islamic world and will provoke further discussion for the conceivable future on this topic. Her book should appear on every bibliography of medieval Islamic history or literature.'

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BSOAS

Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies

EI2

Encyclopedia of Islam, Second Edition

EI3

Encyclopedia of Islam, Third Edition

EIr

Encyclopedia Iranica

EQ

Encyclopaedia of the Quran

IJMES

International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies

JAOS

Journal of the American Oriental Society

JSAI

Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam

JRAS

Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society

JSS

Journal of Semitic Studies

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