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The second part of the workshop addresses the same problematic of fragmentation and compilation with a more focused view on techniques of citation, repetition, variation selection and canonisation of religious texts in early and classical Islam with an opening perspective on Biblical studies. It is also dedicated to the application of some of the key concepts raised in the first workshop and extends into a multi-disciplinary discussion including the fields of hadith studies and Islamic epigraphy.

The workshop includes participants from various fields, including Prof. The latest research in the field of Islamic graffiti in the first two centuries AH in the Middle East is uncovering new information about Muslim society at the dawn of Islam.

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Thousands of Arabic Kufic graffiti recently discovered in Saudi Arabia and in the wider Middle East reflect an extreme fragmentation due to the quantity of inscriptions scattered all over the area. The picture of early Islam emanating from the first Islamic graffiti is one of fragmentation. The new perspective takes the fragmented aspect of the text to be inseparable from the history of its transmission. This paper examines the ways in which hadith scholars went about compiling hadith collections by undertaking a comparative analysis of three similar works written in the same period.

I will argue that by closely analysing the material included and excluded from a hadith collection, as well as the ways in which the hadith have been arranged, it is possible to gain a deeper understanding of particular nuances within a text in which a compiler does not give his views openly to his reader. This process can be seen in the different ways the three works under consideration in this paper respond to the subjects of jihad and martyrdom.

As defined in discourse analysis, first addressee or interlocutor is the person involved in a conversation or dialogue. Canard, Marius. Chittick, William C. Chodkiewicz, Michel. Cooper, John. Cooper, John et al.

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