Professor Annemarie Schimmel On Rumi and Sufism


Professor Annemarie Schimmel, the renowned German scholar of Islam, who sadly passed away at the age of 80 in 2003, was a specialist on Islamic mysticism. Professor Schimmel published 80 books, and lectured at various universities including Harvard (where she was Professor of Indo-Muslim Culture from 1970-1992), Bonn, London and Ankara. She was fluent in ten languages including Arabic, Farsi, Turkish, and Urdu.

Her works include: |Mystical Dimensions of Islam|Triumphal Sun: A Study of the Works of Jalaloddin Rumi|A Two-Colored Brocade: The Imagery of Persian Poetry|Deciphering the Signs of God: A Phenomenological Approach to Islam|Look! This is Love: Poems of Rumi|As Through A Veil: Mystical Poetry in Islam.


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