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I

“The Notion of “Religion” with reference to Islam in the Byzantine anti-Islamic Literature”. In Ugo Bianchi (ed.), The Notion of “Religion” in Comparative Research. Selected Proceedings of the XVI Congress of the International Association for the History of Religions (I.A.H.R.), Rome, 3rd–8th September, 1990 (Rome: “L’Erma” di Bretschneider, 1994), 523–530.

II

Βυζάντιο, ισλάμ και αντιισλαμική γραμματεία (7ος-15ος αιώνες)”. In Τηλέμαχος Κ. Λουγγής and Ewald Kislinger (eds.), Βυζάντιο. Ιστορία και Πολιτισμός. Ερευνητικά πορίσματα (Athens: Herodotus Publications, 2013), 279–324.

III

“The Christological Morphology of the Doctrine of the Qurʾān”. In M. Darrol Bryant (ed.), Pluralism, Tolerance and Dialogue: Six Studies (Waterloo, Ont: University of Waterloo Press, 1989), 77–98.

IV

“The formation of later Islamic Doctrines as a response to Byzantine polemics: the “miracles” of Muhammad”, The Greek Orthodox Theological Review 27 (1982), 307–324.

V

“Monastic ethos and spirituality and the origins of Islam”. In Ihor Ševçenko and Gennady G. Litavrin (eds.), Acts of the XVIIIth International Congress of Byzantine Studies. Selected Papers: Main and Communcations (Sheperdstown WV, 1996), vol. II, 27–39.

VI

“The Art and non-art of Byzantine Polemics. Patterns of Refutation in Byzantine anti-Islamic Literature”. In Michael Gervers and Ramzi J. Bikhazi (eds.), Conversion and Continuity: Indigenous Christian Communities in Islamic Lands, Eighth to Eighteenth Centuries (Toronto, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 1990), 55–73.

VII

“The “Oriental” character of the Byzantine-Islamic relations: one essence – various expressions”. In Proceedings of the International Symposium Byzantium and the Arab World. Encounter of Civilizations (Thessaloniki, 16–18 December 2011). Edited by A. Kralides and A. Gkoutziokostas (Thessaloniki: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 2013), 415–438.

VIII

“The face to face encounter between Patriarch Sophronius of Jerusalem and the caliph ʿUmar ibn al-Khattāb: Friends or Foes?” In Emmanuela Grypaiou, Mark Swanson, David Thomas (eds.), The Encounter of Eastern Christianity with Early Islam (Leiden, E.J. Brill, 2006), 33–44.

IX

Patriarch Sophronius, “Umar and the capitulation of Jerusalem” [in Arabic]. In Hadia Dajani-Shakeel and Burhan Dajani (eds.), Al-sirāʾ al-islāmī al-faranjī ʿalā Filastīn fī al-qurūn al-wustā, (Beirut, Institute for Palestinian Studies, 1994), 53–71.

X

“The Covenant of ʿUmar ibn al-Khattāb with the Christians of Jerusalem” [in Arabic]. In Hadia Dajani-Shakeel and Burhan Dajani (eds.), Al-sirāʾ al-islāmī al-faranjī ʿalā Filastīn fī al-qurūn al-wustā (Beirut, Institute for Palestinian Studies, 1994), 71–77.

XI

“Anastasius of Sinai (c. 640–c. 700) and ‘Anastasii Sinaitae’ on Islam”. In A. Harrak (ed.), Contacts between Cultures. West Asia and North Africa, Volume 1 of Selected papers from the 33rd International Congress of Asian and North African Studies (1990), (Lewiston, The Edwin Mellen Press, 1992), 332–338.

XII

Saracens and the Syrians in the Byzantine Anti-Islamic Literature and Before”, Orientalia Christiana Analecta 256 (1998), 387–408.

XIII

“Saracens and Arabs in the Leimon of John Moschos”, Byzantiaka 17 (1997), 121–38.

XIV

“Why did Heraclius not defend Jerusalem, and fight the Arabs?”, Échos de l’Orient 24 (1999), 79–97.

XV

“The demonizing force of the Arab conquests. The case of Maximus (ca 580–662) as a political ‘confessor’”, Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Byzantinistik 53 (2003), 97–116.

XVI

“The Seventh Century in the Byzantine-Muslim Relations. Characteristics and Forces”, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 2 (1991), 3–22.

XVII

“Eighth-century Byzantine anti-Islamic literature. Context and forces”, Byzantinoslavica 57 (1996), 229–238.

XVIII

“John of Damascus on Islam. Revisited”, Abr-Nahrain 23 (1984–1985), 104–118.

XIX

“Islam in the context of John of Damascus’ life and literary production”. In Sabino Chialà e Lisa Cremaschi monachi di Bose (eds.), Giovanni di Damasco un padre al sorgere dell’ Islam, Atti del XIII Convegno ecumenico internazionale di spiritualità ortodossa sezione bizantina. Bose, 11–13 settembre 2005 (Edizioni Qiqajon, Comunità di Bose, Magnano, 2006), 87–115.

XX

“Cultural Interaction during the Umayyad period. The “circle” of John of Damascus”, ARAM Periodical (Oxford/Leuven) 6 (1994), 35–66.

XXI

“The Arab character of the Christian disputation with Islam. The case of John of Damascus (ca. 655–ca. 749)”. In Bernard Lewis and Friedrich Niewöhner (eds.), Religionsgespräche im Mittelalter (Wiesbaden, Otto Harrassowitz, 1992), 185–205.

XXII

“Bartholomeus of Edessa on Islam. A polemicist with nerve!” In V. Christides and T. Papadopoulos (eds.), Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress of Graeco-Oriental and African Studies, (Nicosia, Cyprus, 30 April–5 May, 1996) (Nicosia, 2000), 467–483.

XXIII

“What an Infidel Saw that a Faithful Did Not. Gregory Dekapolites (d. 842) and Islam”, The Greek Orthodox Theological Review 31 (1986) 47–67. Reprinted in: M.N. Vaporis (ed.), Orthodox Christians and Muslims (Brookline, Mass, Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1986), 47–67.

XXIV

“Ritual of Conversion from Islam to the Byzantine Church”, The Greek Orthodox Theological Review 36 (1991), 57–69.

XXV

Ὁλόσφυρος”? A Byzantine Perception of the ‘God of Muhammad’”. In Yvonne Y. Haddad and Wadi Z. Haddad (eds.), Christian-Muslim Encounters (Gainsville FL, University Press of Florida, 1995), 109–125.

XXVI

“Hagiological texts as historical sources for Arab history and Byzantine-Muslim relations. The case of a … barbarian saint”, Byzantine Studies/Études Byzantines (n. s.) 1–2 (1996–1997), 50–59.

XXVII

“Arethas’ ‘Letter to the Emir at Damascus’: Official or popular views on Islam in the 10th century Byzantium?”, The Patristic and Byzantine Review 3 (1984), 69–81.

XXVIII

“Gregory Palamas (1296–1360) on Islam”, The Muslim World 73 (1983), 1–21.

XXIX

“Captivity and Dialogue: Gregory Palamas (1296–1360) and the Muslims”, The Greek Orthodox Theological Review 25 (1980), 409–436.

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