Islamic Manuscripts: Your Questions Answered

Shreve Simpson & Kelly Tuttle

A Q&A session scheduled for Thursday, 16 July 2020, 4–5:30 p.m. ET, via Zoom. Registration is closed. 

Shreve Simpson and Kelly Tuttle are hosting an informal session on Islamic manuscripts. This is an opportunity for students who applied to M-85 “Introduction to Islamic Manuscripts” for 2020 to hear about collections of Islamic manuscripts in the Philadelphia area, as well as related digital resources, to ask questions about the study of Islamic manuscripts, and to engage in conversation with the instructors.


The header image is from NEP33, f. 4v, the beginning of the section called Makhzan al-asrār from Niẓāmī’s Khamsah, copied in 1582. The digital copy of the entire manuscript and description is on OPenn, here: