A Yezidi Manuscript:—Mišūr of P’īr Sīnī Bahrī/P’īr Sīnī Dārānī, Its Study and Critical Analysis

@article{Pirbari2019AYM,
  title={A Yezidi Manuscript:—Mi{\vs}ūr of P’īr Sīnī Bahrī/P’īr Sīnī Dārānī, Its Study and Critical Analysis},
  author={Dimitri Pirbari and Nodar Z. Mossaki and Mirza Sileman Yezdin},
  journal={Iranian Studies},
  year={2019},
  volume={53},
  pages={223 - 257}
}
Yezidi mišūrs are one of the rarest written sources on the history and religion of the Yezidis. The special value of mišūrs is that Yezidism is characterized mainly by the oral transmission of religious tradition. The article provides an overview and a description of the four versions of Mišūr of P’īr Sīnī Bahrī/P’īr Sīnī Dārānī (Mişûr of Pîr Sînî Behrî/Pîr Sînî Daranî), one of which is thought to be produced in 604/1207 or 1208, making it one of the earliest sources of Yezidi history and… Expand

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 62 REFERENCES
The Nation of the Sur: The Yezidi Identity Between Modern and Ancient Myth
This chapter investigates the question of the Yezidis’ identity, based on Yezidi oral works and statements about their self-identification, as well as their classification of non-Yezidis belonging toExpand
Notes on the Yezidi Religious Syncretism
Despite its unique and the extremely original character, Yezidism reveals a number of striking parallels with other syncretic religions, in particular, with the heterodox Shi'a sects. A part of theseExpand
Survival among the Kurds : a History of the Yezidis
Antecedents Sheikh Adi and his order the Yezidi religion early encounters with the outside world prisoners on a sinking ship English-speaking missionaries and explorers Rassam and Layard theExpand
The Yezidi Oral Tradition in Iraqi Kurdistan
The Yezidis are a Kurdish-speaking religious minority, neither Muslim, Christian nor Jewish. Their ethnicity has been disputed, but most now claim Kurdish identity. Their heartland, including theirExpand
Addressivity and the Monument: Memorials, Publics and the Yezidis of Armenia
This article examines the relationship between monuments and publics, using Karin Barber’s model of how texts interact with publics, which draws on the Bakhtinian notion of addressivity. TwoExpand
Philip G. Kreyenbroek. Yezidism in Europe: Different Generations Speak about Their Religion. In collab. w. Z. Kartal, Kh. Omarkhali and Kh. Jindy Rashow. Göttinger Orientforschungen. III. Reihe, Iranica Neue Folge, 5. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2009. 246 ss. :
Philip G. Kreyenbroek. Yezidism in Europe: Different Generations Speak about Their Religion. In collab. w. Z. Kartal, Kh. Omarkhali and Kh. Jindy Rashow. Gottinger Orientforschungen. III. Reihe,Expand
Sufi articulations of civility, globality, and sovereignty
Abstract This article provides an analysis of Sufi life and organization, combining historical depth and theoretical awareness. It investigates how Sufism emerged as an urban phenomenon. SufiExpand
Islamic Mysticism: A Short History
This is a general survey of the rise and development of Islamic mysticism (Sufism) up to the modern period, which takes into account the latest achievements of scholarship on the subject. Sufism isExpand
  • Kurdish Studies
  • 2018
...
1
2
3
4
5
...