References for Baha' al-Din al-Amili

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Books:

  1. C E Bosworth, Baha al-din al-Amili and his literary anthologies (University of Manchester, Manchester, 1989)
  2. N Rofagha, An investigation of the mathematical and pedagogical contribution of Baha al-Din Muhammad ibn Husayn Amili (aka Sheikh Bahai), a sixteenth century Middle Eastern teacher and scholar (Columbia University, New York, 2006).
    http://academiccommons.columbia.edu:8080/ac/handle/10022/AC:P:7685

Articles:

  1. C E Bosworth, Baha' al-Din al-Amili in the two worlds of the Ottomans and Safavids, in Convegno sul tema: La Shi`a nell'Impero ottomano, Roma, 1991 (Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rome, 1993), 85-105.
  2. Isfahan's Hidden House
    http://www.jadidonline.com/story/26022009/frnk/sheikh_bahai_eng
  3. S H Nasr, Shaykh Baha' al-Din al-Amili, in P Jackson and L Lockhart (eds.), The Cambridge History of Iran 6 (Cambrdge University Press, Cambridge, 1986), 666-675.
  4. D J Stewart, An Episode in the Amili Migration to Safavid Iran : Husayn b. 'Abd al-Samad al-Amili's Travel Account, Iranian Studies 39 (4) (2006), 481-508.
  5. D J Stewart, A Biographical Notice on Baha al-Din al-Amili (d. 1030/1621), Journal of the American Oriental Society 111 (3) (1991), 563-571.
  6. D J Stewart, Taqiyya as Performance: The Travels of Baha' al-Din al'Amili in the Ottoman Empire (991-93/1583-85), Princeton Papers in Near Eastern Studies 4 (1996), 1-70.
  7. D J Stewart, The First Shaykh al-Islam of the Safavid Capital Qazvin, Journal of the American Oriental Society 116 (3) (1996), 387-405.
  8. D J Stewart, The lost biography of Baha' al-Din al-`Amili and the reign of Shah Isma`il II in Safavid historiography', Iranian Studies 31 (2) (1998), 177-205.

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