SCHIMMEL, ANNEMARIE v. Bibliography

SCHIMMEL, ANNEMARIE

v. Bibliography:

Bibliographies of works by Schimmel (in chronological order).

Bio-bibliographie des 134 savants, Acta Iranica 20, Leiden, 1979, pp. 435-36.

Irene Fellmann, “Zum 70. Geburtstag von Annemarie Schimmel,” Kāveh 81, March 1993, pp. 208-17.

Maria Subtelny and Muhammad al-Faruque, “Annemarie Schimmel Bibliography,” Annemarie Schimmel Festschrift: Essays Presented to Annemarie Schimmel on the Occasion of her Retirement from Harvard University, ed. Maria Subtelny, Journal of Turkish Studies 18, 1994, pp. v-xxi.

Ronny Baier, “Einblick in Leben und Werk Annemarie Schimmels,” Spektrum Iran, 16/1, 2003, pp. 111-31.

Idem, “Annemarie Schimmel,” in Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon, Nordhausen, 2004, cols. 1272-83.

M. Ikram Chaghatai and Burzine Waghmar, Bibliography of the Works of the Scholar-Hermit Prof. Dr. Annemarie Schimmel, ed. M. Suheyl Umar, Iqbal Academy 3, 3rd ed., Lahore, 2004.

Works (by type and in chronological order).

Books.

“Studien zur Geschichte der mystischen Liebe im Islam,” Ph.D. diss., University of Marburg, 1954. 

Dschavidnama: Das Buch der Ewigkeit, Munich, 1957 (a complete German verse tr. of Eqbāl’s Jāvid-nāma).

Botschaft des Ostens, Wiesbaden, 1963 (a complete German verse tr. of Eqbāl’s Payām-e mašreq).

Gabriel's Wing: A Study into the Religious Ideas of Sir Muhammad Iqbal, Leiden, 1963; 3rd ed., Lahore, 2000; tr. M. Riāż, Šāhpar-e Jebrāʾil, Lahore, 1985; reviews: S. A. Vahid, “Gabriel’s Wing: A Critical Study of … Schimmel’s Book on Iqbal’s Religious Ideas,” The Voice of Islam, June, 1963, pp. 1-19; and Salim-Allāh-Šāh, Gabriel’s Wing: Tanqid-ī aur tajziāt-ī moṭālaʿah, Lahore, 2005.

Dschelaladdin Rumi aus den Diwan: Gedichte, Stuttgart, 1964.

Pakistan: Ein Schloss mit tausend Toren, Zurich, 1965 (a travelogue).

Classical Urdu Literature from the Beginning to Iqbal, Wiesbaden, 1975.

Mystical Dimensions of Islam, Chapel Hill, 1975; repr. with a foreword by Carl Ernst, Chapel Hill, 2011.

Pain and Grace: A Study of Two Mystical Writers of Eighteenth-Century Muslim India, Leiden, 1976.

Rumi: Ich bin Wind und du bist Feuer: Leben und Werk d. Grossen mystikers, Düsseldorf, 1978, repr., 2003.

A Dance of Sparks: Imagery of Fire in Ghalib’s Poetry New Delhi, 1979; repr. 2007.

The Triumphal Sun: A Study of the Works of Jalaloddin Rumi, London, 1980; repr., Albany, 1993; tr. Ḥasan Lāhuti, as Šokuh-e Šams: Sayr-I dar āṯār wa afkār-e Mawlānā Jalāl-al-Din Rumi, Tehran, 2003.

Islam in the Indian Subcontinent, Leiden, 1980; tr. M. A. Rāzi, as Barr-e ṣaḡir men Eslām, Lahore, 2000.  

Türkische Gedichte vom 13. Jahrhundert bis in unsere Zeit, 2nd ed., Ankara, 1981.

Und Muhammad ist sein Prophet: Die Verehrung der Propheten in der islamischen Frömmigkeit, Düsseldorf, 1981; Eng. vers.: And Muhammad Is His Messenger: The Veneration of the Prophet in Islamic Piety, Chapel Hill, 1985; tr. Ḥasan Lāhuti, as Moḥammad, rasul-e Ḵodā, Tehran, 2004.  

Muhammad Iqbal, prophetischer Poet und Philosoph, Munich, 1981.

As through A Veil: Mystical Poetry in Islam, New York, 1982; repr., 2001.

Gärten der Erkenntnis Texte aus der islamischen Mystik, Düsseldorf, 1982.

Anvari’s Divan: A Pocket Book for Akbar, New York, 1983.

Calligraphy and Islamic Culture, New York and London, 1984.

Mystische Dimensionen des Islam:Die Geschichte des Sufismus, Köln, 1985; tr. Albert Van Hoa, as Le soufisme ou Les dimensions mystiques de l’Islam, Paris, 1996.

Pearls from the Indus: Studies in Sindhi Culture, Hyderabad, 1986.

Liebe zu dem Einen, Zürich, Einsiedeln and Köln, 1986.

Nimm eine Rose und nenne sie Lieder: Poesie der islamischen Völker, Köln, 1987.

Der Islam: Eine Einführung, Stuttgart, 1990; tr., as Islam: An Introduction, Albany, 1992.

A Two-Colored Brocade: The Imagery of Persian Poetry, Chapel Hill and London, 1992; tr. Sayyed Saʿid Firuzābādi, as Donyā-ye taṣwirhā dar šeʿr-e fārsi, Tehran, 2005.

I am Wind, You are Fire: The Life and Work of Rumi, Boston, 1992; republished as Rumi’s World: The Life and Work of the Great Sufi Poet, Boston, 2001; tr. Faridun Badraʾi, as Man bād-am wa to ātaš: Darbāra-ye zendagi wa ātār-e Mawlānā, Tehran, 1998; repr., Tehran, 2002.  

Aus dem goldenen becher: Turkishe gedichte aus sieben jahrhunderten, Köln, 1993.

Von Ali bis Zahra: Namen und Namengebung in der islamischen Welt, Munich, 1993.

Tr., Make A Shield from Wisdom: Selected Verses from Nāṣer-i Khusraw’s Divān, London, 1993; reviewed by J. S. Meisami, in Journal of Islamic Studies 6/1, 1995, pp. 110-17.

Deciphering the Signs of God: A Phenomenological Approach to Islam, Edinburgh and Albany, N.Y., 1994.

Weisheit des Islam, Stuttgart, 1994.

Berge, Wüsten, Heiligtümer: Meine Reisen in Pakistan und Indien, Munich, 1994; repr. 1997.

Die Zeichen Gottes: Die religiöse Welt des Islam,Munich, 1995.

West-östliche Annäherungen: Europa in der Begegnung mit der islamischen Welt, Sttutgart, 1995.

Meine Seele ist eine Frau: Das Weibliche im Islam, Munich, 1995.

Die Welt des Islam: Zu den Quellen des muslimischen Orients: Eine Reise nach Innen, Düsseldorf, 1995.

Wie universal ist die Mystik? Die Seelenreise in den grossen Religionen der Welt, Freiburg, 1996.

Jesus und Maria in der Islamischen Mystik, Munich, 1996.

My Soul Is A Woman: The Feminine in Islam, New York, 1997.

Die Träume des Kalifen: Träume und ihre Deutung in der islamischen Kultur, Munich, 1998.

Gesang und Ekstase: Sufi-texte des indischen Islam, Munich, 1999.

Sufismus: Eine Einführung in die islamische Mystik, Munich, 2000.  

Das islamische Jahr: Zeiten und Festen, Munich, 2001.

Islam and the Wonders of Creation: The Animal Kingdom (al-Eslām wa ʿajāʾeb al-maḵluqāt: Mamlakat al-ḥayawān), London, 2003.

Im Reich der Grossmoguln: Geschichte, Kunst, Kultur, Munich, 2000; tr. Croninne Artwood, as The Empire of the Great Mughals: History, Art Culture, ed. Burzine Waghmar, London, 2004; tr. Farāmarz Najd Samiʿi, as Dar qalamrow-e ḵānān-e Moḡol, Tehran, 2007/08.

Ein Buch namens Freude: Gedichte von Frauen aus der islamischen Welt, ed. Gudrun Schubert, Munich, 2004.

“Meiner Wünsche Blumengarten:” Friedrich Rückerts Anverwandlungen orientalischer Gartenpoesie, Würzburg,  2011 [posthumous].

Rhine to Indus: Collection of A. Schimmel’s Rare Writings, ed. and annot. M. Ikram Chaghatai, Lahore, 2012 [variorum].

Rumi, tr. Paul Bergne, Makers of Islamic Civilization Series, London, 2014.

Articles (a selection):

“Kalif und Kaḍi im spätmittelalterlichen Ägypten,” Die Welt des Islams 24, 1943, pp. 1-128.

 “Some Aspects of Mystical Prayer in Islam,” Die Welt des Islam, N.S. 2, 1951, pp. 112-25.

“Muḥammad Iqbal: The Ascension of the Poet,” Die Welt des Islams, N. S., 3, 1954, pp. 145-57.

“Ibn Khafif: An Early Representative of Sufism,” Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society 6, 1958, pp. 147-73.

“Rose and Nightingale,” Numen 5, 1958, pp. 85-109.

“The Origin and Ealy Development of Ṣūfism,” Journal of Pakistan Historical Society 7, 1959, pp. 55-67.

“Das Gelübde im türkischen Volksglauben,” Die Welt des Islams, N. S., 6, 1959, pp. 71-90.

“The Symbolical Language of Maulana Jalal al-Din Rumi,” Studies in Islam 1, 1964, pp. 26-40.

“The Eternal Charm of Classical Persian Poetry,” Islam and Modern Age 1/1, 1970, pp. 65-69.

“The Meaning of Prayer in Mawlana Jalaloddin Balkhi’s Work,” Afghanistan 27/3, 1974, pp. 33-45.

“The Ornaments of the Saints: The Religious Situation in Iran in Pre-Safavid Times,” Iranian Studies 7/3-4, 1974, pp. 88-111.

 “Turk and Hindu: A Poetical Image and Its Application to Historical Fact,” in Speros Vryonis, Jr., ed., Islam and Cultural Change in the Middle Ages, Wiesbaden, 1975, pp. 107-26.

“Classsical Urdu Literature from the Beginning to Iqbal,” in J. Gonda, ed., History of Indian Literature, Wiesbaden, 1975, pp. 123-61.

“The Celestial Garden in Islam,” in Richard Ettinghausen and Elizabeth MacDougal, eds., The Islamic Garden, Dumbarton Oaks, 1976, pp. 13-39.

 “Ḥāfiẓ and His Critics,” Studies in Islam 1, 1979, pp. 1-33.

“Creation and Judgement in the Koran and in Mystico-Poetical Interpretation,” in Annemarie Schimmel and Abdoljavad Falaturi, eds., We Believe in One God: The Experience of God in Christianity and Islam, London, 1979, pp. 149-77.  

“Ḥāfiẓ and His Contemporaries,” in Cambridge History of Iran VI, pp. 929-47.

“A Note of Poetical Imagery in the sabk-i hindi,” in Malik Ram, ed., Hakeem Abdul Hameed Felicitation Volume, New Delhi, 1981, pp. 83-86.

“Women in Mystical Islam,” Women Studies Forum 5, 1982, pp. 145-51.

“The Sufis and the shahāda,” in Richard Hovannesian and Speros Vryonis, eds., Islam’s Understanding of Itself, Malibu, 1983, pp. 103-25.

 “The Genesis of Shiraz: Saʿdi and Ḥāfiẓ,” in Ehsan Yarshater, ed., Persian Literature, Albany, NY, 1988, pp. 214-25.

“Persian Poetry in Indo-Persian Subcontinent,” in Ehsan Yarshater, ed., Persian Literature, Albany, NY, 1988, pp. 405-21.

“Iqbal’s Persian Poetry,” in Ehsan Yarshater, ed., Persian Literature, Albany, NY, 1988, pp. 422-27.

“Mawlānā Rūmī: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow,” in Amin Banani, Richard Hovannisian and Georges Sabagh, eds., Poetry and Mysticism in Islam: The Heritage of Rumi, Cambridge, 1994, pp. 5-27.

“Jesus und Maria in der persischen Poesie,” Spektrum Iran 6/2, 1993, pp. 60-72.

“The West-Eastern Divan: The Influence of Persian Poetry in East and West,” in Richard Hovannisian and Georges Sabagh, eds., The Persian Presence in the Islamic World, Cambridge, 1998, pp. 147-71.

“Lyrics for the Divine Soul,” The Times [Mysticism supplement], 26 October 2002, p. 14.

“Religion,” in Zeenut Ziad, ed., The Magnificent Mughals, Karachi, 2002, pp. 59-82.

“The Languages of the Indian Muslims,” (pp. 65-70); “Literatures of the Muslims in the Indo-Pakistani Subcontinent,” (pp. 287-302); and “The Early Period of Ṣūfism,” (pp. 427-44), in Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu, ed., The Different Aspects of Islamic Culture: Culture and Learning in Islam V, Paris, 2003.

 “Musā wa Šabān,” Ṣufī 58, 2003, pp. 6-9 [posthumous].

 “Afghanistan’s Cultural Legacy,” Art and Thought 78/3, 2003, pp. 38-41.

 “Maulana Rumi As A Teacher,” Islam and the Modern Age 40/2, 2009, p. 9.

“Legends and Sagas,” in Samina Quraeshi, ed., Legends of the Indus, London and South Dartmouth, 2004; repr. Karachi, 2017, pp. 17-29; includes poems by Annemarie Schimmel, pp. 89, 117, 123, 149, 155, 185, 193, 217, 225 [posthumous; latter refers to her own verses].

Autobiography:

“Death as the Gateway to Life in the Eyes of the Sufis,” in Peter Chelkowski, ed., Crafting the Intangible: Persian Literature and Mysticism, Salt Lake City, 2013, pp. 43-69 [posthumous].

A Life of Learning, American Council of Learned Societies, Occ. Paper no. 21, New York, 1993.

Auf den Spuren der Muslime: Mein leben zwischen den Kulturen, eds. Hartmut Bobzin and Navid Kermani, Freiburg, 2002.

Morgenland und Abendland: Mein west-östliches Leben, Munich, 2002 (rev. in JRAS 15, 2005, pp. 236-38; see also Mohamed-Nasef Zeenelabedin); tr. Saʿid Firuzābādi, as Šarq wa ḡarb: Zendagi-e ḡarbi-šarqi-e man, Teran, 2004; tr. ʿAbd al-Salām Ḥaydar, as al-Šarq wa’l-ḡarb: Ḥayati al-ḡarbiya šarqiya, Cairo, 2004; tr. Karin Mittman, as Orient and Occident: My life in East and West, Lahore, 2007 (defective).

Studies and references.

Alfred Würfel, “Annemarie Schimmel: A Tribute on Her 75th Birthday,” German News: Monthly Magazine from the German Embassy, New Delhi 38, June-July 1997, p. 11. 

Bashir Ahmad, “Annemarie Schimmel on Iqbal,” Insight Islamicus 6, 2006, pp. 148-54.

Munir D. Ahmed and Kai Hafez, “Das Orient- und Islambild in Deutschland: Büberlegungen zum Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandels und ein Gespräch mit Annemarie Schimmel,” Orient 36/3, 1995, pp. 411-28.

Annemarie Schimmel: Ansprachen aus Anlass der Verleihung, Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandels,Frankfurt, 1995.

Nimetullah Akın, “Örneği Özelinde Alman Romantik Ekolünde Mevlânâ Annemarie Schimmel,” Uluslararası Düşünce ve Sanatta Mevlânâ Sempozyum Bildirileri (25-28 Mayıs 2006), Çanakkale, 2003, pp. 413-20.

Fatma Padak, “Annemarie Schimmel in Hayatı, Eserleri, Tasavvuf ve Mutasavvıflar Hakkındaki Görüşleri,” Harran University, MA thesis, 2007.

“Annemarie Schimmel,” in Rudolf Vierhaus, ed., Deutsche biographische Enzyklopädie, Berlin, 2007, pp. 865-66.

Peter Antes, “Annemarie Schimmel,” in Lindsay Jones, Mircea Eliade, and Chales J. Adams, eds., Encyclopedia of Religion, 2nd ed., XII, Chicago, 2005, pp. 8149-51.

Āšnā-i az ān su-ye ofoq: Majmuʿa-ye soḵanrānihā-ye seminār-e bozorgdāšt-e Āna Mārī Šimel, Tehran, 2004.

Sule Bilman, Annemarie Schimmelin Tasavvuf Kültüründeki Yeri, Izmir, 2009.

Muhammad Ikram Chaghatai and Burzine Waghmar, Bibliography of the Works of the Scholar-Hermit Prof. Dr. Annemarie Schimmel from 1943 through 2003, ed.

Muhammad Suheyl Umar, 3rd ed., Lahore, 2004 (an annotated compilation citing 105 works, personalia, and awards).

Ulrike Christian, Pakistan - Zwei Wege der Liebe: Annemarie Schimmel, Ruth  Pfau, Nordhausen, 2005.

Denkschrift zum Gedächtnis und Vermächtnis Annemarie Schimmels, double issue of Irānzamin 3, Spring, 2003.

Saeed Durrani, ed., Remembering the Scholar-Hermit: Proceedings of the Annemarie Schimmel Commemorative Seminar, Lahore, 2005.

Nadīm ʿAṭā Elyās, Sayaqharo’l-māʾ ṣomm al-ḥajar: Ānā Māri Šemal wa Jāʾezat al-salām, Bonn, 1996.

Foreword and “‘A Small Collection of Islamic Calligraphy’ The Annemarie Schimmel Collection in the Linden-Museum in Stuttgart,” in Joachim Gierlichs and Annette Hagedorn, eds., Islamic Art in Germany, Mainz, 2004, pp. 3-4, 191-92.

Richard Frye, Greater Iran: A 20th-Century Odyssey, Costa Mesa, 2005, pp. 192-94.

Alma Giese and J. Christoph Bürgel, eds., Gott ist schön und er liebt die Schönheit: Festchrift für Annemarie Schimmel, Bern, 1994, pp. 7-22 (a laudatio and scholarly conspectus).

Walter Heiber, “Alemania y el mundo árabe: De los tiempos de Goethe a la actualidad de Annemarie Schimmel,” in Fernando Magallanes and Juan Antonio Pacheco, eds., Alemania y las culturas de Oriente Medio, Seville, 1997,pp. 9-20.

Anne Hoffmann, Islam in den Medien: Der publizistische Konflikt um Annemarie Schimmel, Münster, 2004.

Maryam Jāber, ed., ʿErfān, pol-i miān-e farhanghā: Bozorgdāšt-e Perofesor Āna Māri Šīmel, 2 vols., Tehran, 2004.

Ḥosayn Ḵandaqābādi, Afsānaḵvān-e ʿerfān: Negāh-i ba andiša, āṯār wa afkār Perofesor Ānāmāri Šimel,Tehran, 2002.

Mohammed Hossein Khadjehzadeh, ed., Zum Gedenken Annemarie Schimmel, Spektrum Iran16/1, 2003, and 17/1, 2004.

Luce López-Baralt, “A la sombra del olivo que no es ni oriental ni occidental: La poesía mística de Annemarie Schimmel y Seyyed Hossein Nasr,” in Luce López-Baralt and Lorenzo Piera, eds., El sol a medianoche: La experiencia mística, tradición y actualidad, Madrid, 1996, pp. 227-33.

David Matthews, “Annemarie Schimmel and Iqbal,” in Saeed Durrani, ed., Remembering the Scholar-Hermit: Proceedings of the Annemarie Schimmel Commemorative Seminar, ed. Saeed Durrani, Lahore, 2005, pp. 59-65

Senail Özkan, “Annemarie Schimmel veya Şairler Ülkesinde Yalnızlık,” Türkiye Günlüğü XXXVII, Ankara, 1995, pp. 56-63.  Idem, “Annemarie Schimmel (1922-2003),” in Âkif Aydın, ed., Türkiye Diyanet Vakfı İslam Ansiklopedisi XXXVI, Istanbul, 2009, pp. 229-31.

M. Rajabi and F. Moini, “Dialog der Zivilisationen: Ein Gespräch mit Annemarie Schimmel,” Spektrum Iran 15/1, 2002, pp. 25-48.

Felizitas von Schönborn, Annemarie Schimmel: Spiegelungen des Islam: Die Grande Dame der Orientalistik im Gespräch mit Felizitas von Schönborn, Berlin, 2002.

Tasavvuf: İlmi ve Akademik Araştirmaları Dergisi 11, July-December 2003, pp. 487-586 (reminiscences of her contributions to mysticism). 

Raphaela Veit, “1200 Jahre islamische Kalligraphie: die Privatsammlung von Annemarie Schimmel,” Tribus: Jahrbuch des Linden-Museums 53, 2004, pp. 153-74.

Khaled Ahmed, “Annemarie Schimmel: Rumi’s Other Disciple,” in idem, Pakistan: Behind the Ideological Mask, Lahore, 2004, pp. 155-59.

Burzine Waghmar, “Annemarie Schimmel and Indo-Pakistan Studies,” in Saeed Durrani, ed., Remembering the Scholar-Hermit …, Lahore, 2005, pp. 67-72.

Ismail Warscheid, “Annemarie Schimmel: islamologue de renommée international,” Horizons Maghrébins 56, 2007, pp. 153-54.

Stefan Weidner, “On the Threshold of A New Epoch: Annemarie Schimmel and the Mediation of Culture between Germany and the Islamic World,” Art and Thought 79, 2004, pp. 61-65.

Stefan Wild, “Der Friedenspreis und Annemarie Schimmel: Eine Nachlese,” Die Welt des Islams 36/1, 1996, pp. 107-22.

Mohamed-Nasef Zeenelabedin, Probleme der Relativsatzübersetzung aus dem Deutschen ins Arabische: An Beispielen aus Annemarie Schimmels Werk “Morgenland und Abendland,” Hamburg, 2010.

Obituaries (a selection).

Naseem Ahmad, in “Annemarie Schimmel,” Insight Islamicus 3, 2003, pp. 193-94.

Nimetullah Akın, “Annemarie Schimmel,” İslāmiyāt 7/1, 2004, pp. 171-86.

Danja Bergmann, “Annemarie Schimmel zum Gedenken,” Die politische Meinung: Zeitschrift für Politik, Gesellschaft, Religion und Kultur, March 2003, pp. 89-90.

Center for Iranian Studies Newsletter 15, 2003, pp. 10-11.

Lawrence Conrad, “Annemarie Schimmel,” Der Islam 80, 2003, pp. 213-23.  

Carl Ernst, “Annemarie Schimmel: Honorary Fellow of MESA,” MESA Bulletin 37/2, 2003, pp. 310-12. 

Terry Graham, “Annemarie Schimmel: Doyenne of Sufi Studies, 7 April 1922-26 January 2003,” Sufi 57, Spring, 2003, pp. 8-10.  

Shusha Guppy, “Professor Annemarie Schimmel: Islamic Scholar with Mystical Qualities,” The Independent, January 30, 2003, p. 20.

Wolfhart Heinrichs et al., “Annemarie Schimmel: Faculty of Arts and Sciences Memorial Minute,” Harvard University Gazette, December 16, 2004, p. 31. 

Mohammad Aman Hobohm and Christian Kellersman, “In Memoriam Professor Annemarie Schimmel (1922-2003),” al-Furqān: Islamic Heritage Foundation Newsletter 8, July, 2003, pp. 12-13. 

Johannes Kalter, “Annemarie Schimmel,” Tribus: Jahrbuch des Linden-Museums 52, 2003, pp. 46-47. 

Mahmut Erol Kılıç, “Annemarie Schimmel vefat etti (1922-2003),” Toplumsal tarih 112, 2003, pp. 50-55.

Ḥasan Lāhuti, “Āna Māri Šimel, Mawlawišenās-e faqid, April 1922–January 2003,” Boārā no. 27, 2002, pp. 329-36.  

Leonard Lewisohn, “Annemarie Schimmel: Linguistically Gifted Scholar of the Islamic World, Inspired by Its Poetry and Mysticism,” The Times, February 6, 2003, p. 34.

Pierre Lory, “Annemarie Schimmel (1922-2003),” Stud. Ir. 33/1, 2004, pp. 159-61. 

Mihin Lugal, “Annemarie Schimmel: A Leading Islamic Scholar in Islamic Studies, Passed Away,” IRCICA Newsletter 60, April, 2003, pp. 21-23. 

Herbert Mason, “The Joyous Rhapsody: In Memory of Annemarie Schimmel,” Sufi 57, Spring 2003, p. 54.

Faisal Mustafa, “Annemarie Schimmel: A Legendary Orientalist and Scholar,” Islam and the Modern Age 34/1, 2003, pp. 94-99.  

Dāriuš Nowdehi, “Ānā Māri Šimel,” Kāva 101, March 2003/1382, pp. 192-93.  Senail Özkan, “Annemarie Schimmel (1922-2003): Zümrüt Hayallere Adanmış Bir Ömür,” İslâm Araştirmaları Dergisi 9, 2003, pp. 153-66. 

Peter Schütt, “Erwacht zu neuem Leben: Nachruf auf Annemarie Schimmel,” Zeitschrift für Kulturaustausch 53/1, 2003, pp. 12-14. 

Engin Sezer, “Annemarie Schimme,” Journal of Turkish Literature 2, 2005, pp. 145-50. 

Jan Slomp, “Annemarie Schimmel, 1922–2003: The Builder of Bridges between Cultures,” Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 24/1, 2004, pp. 189-90. 

Idem, “Annemarie Schimmel, 1922–2003: The Builder of Bridges between Cultures,” in Reinhard Kirste, ed., Wegmarken zur Transzendenz: Interreligiöse Aspekte des Pilgerns, Balve, 2004, pp. 320-22.  

Burzine Waghmar, “Annemarie Schimmel: An Orientalist Revered Across the Muslim World,” The Guardian, February 6, 2003, p. 24. 

Idem, “Professor Annemarie Schimmel (April 7, 1922 to January 26, 2003),” JRAS 13, 2003 [2004], pp. 377-79. 

Stefan Wild, “In Memoriam Annemarie Schimmel (7. April 1922 - 26. January 2003),” Die Welt des Islams 43/2, 2003, pp. 131-42.

(Burzine K. Waghmar)

Cite this article:

Burzine K. Waghmar, “SCHIMMEL, ANNEMARIE v. Bibliography,Encyclopædia Iranica, online edition.