The Library of an Islamic Scholar of Mindanao: The Collection of Sheik Muhammad Said bin Imam sa Bayang at the Al-Imam As-Saddiq (A.S.) Library, Marawi City, Philippines: An Annotated Catalogue with Essays. Oman Fathurahman, Kawashima Midori, and Labi Sarip Riwarung (eds.). Tokyo: Institute of Asian, African, and Middle Eastern Studies, Sophia university, (Occasional paper, no. 27), 2019. Click here.
The Qur’an and Islamic Manuscripts of Mindanao. Kawashima Midori (ed.). (Monograph series, No.10). Tokyo: Institute of Asian Cultures, Sophia University, 2012. Click here.
A Catalogue of the Maisie Van Vactor Collection of Maranao Materials in the Arabic Script at the Gowing Memorial Research Center. Kawashima Midori (ed.). Compiled by Labi Sarip Riwarung, Primo Salivio, and Kawashima Midori. Tokyo: Institute of Asian Cultures of Sophia University, (Monograph series, no. 6), 2009. Click here.
The Library of an Islamic Scholar of Mindanao: The Collection of Sheik Muhammad Said bin Imam sa Bayang at the Al‒Imam As‒Saddiq (A.S.) Library, Marawi City, Philippines: An Annotated Catalogue with Essays
Edited by Oman Fathurahman, Kawashima Midori, and Labi Sarip Riwarung. Other authors: Annabel Teh Gallop & Ervan Nurtawab. Tokyo: Institute of Asian, African, and Middle Eastern Studies of Sophia University. 2019. (Occasional Papers, No. 27). xxiv, 462p. (@IAAMES, Sophia University)
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Usman Imam Shiek Al‒Aman
Part I: Introduction and Background
KAWASHIMA Midori and Oman FATHURAHMAN
|2. History of the Collection of Sheik Muhammad Said bin Imam sa Bayang, Marawi City, Lanao del Sur, Philippines
Part II: Essays
|3. Connecting Mindanao to Hijaz: The Journey of “Sayyidna” Tuan Muhammad Said
|4. The Malay Tafsīr in the Sheik Muhammad Said Collection in Marawi City, Lanao del Sur, Philippines
|5. Local Materials Used by the Maranaos for Writing and Storing Manuscripts
Labi Sarip RIWARUNG
|6. Papers and Covers in the Manuscripts Comprising the Sheik Muhammad Said Collection in Marawi City, Lanao
del Sur, Philippines
|7. Cultural Interactions in Islamic Manuscript Art: A Scholar’s Library from Mindanao
Annabel Teh GALLOP
Part III: The Catalogue
|Descriptions of Manuscripts in the Sheik Muhammad Said Collection with Annotations||・・・・・・・・・・251|
|Oman FATHURAHMAN, KAWASHIMA Midori, Ervan NURTAWAB, and Labi Sarip RIWARUNG|
|Index of Personal Names||・・・・・・・・・・439|
Dr. Oman FATHURAHMAN (Co‒editor; Author of Chapter 1 & Part III): Professor of Philology at the Faculty of Adab
and Humanities, and Senior Researcher at the Center for the Study of Islam and Society, Syarif Hidayatullah State
Islamic University (UIN), Jakarta, Republic of Indonesia.
Prof. KAWASHIMA Midori (Co‒editor; Author of Preface, Chapters 1, 2, 3 & 6 & Part III): Professor Emeritus, and Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Asian, African, and Middle Eastern Studies (IAAMES), Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan.
Dr. Labi Sarip RIWARUNG (Co‒editor; Author of Chapter 5 & Part III): University Research Associate, and the Chairperson of the Indigenous Knowledge Research Division, Mamitua Saber Research Center, Mindanao State University, Marawi City, Republic of the Philippines.
Dr. Annabel Teh GALLOP (Adviser to the Team; Author of Chapter 7): Head, Southeast Asia Section, British Library, London, U. K.
Dr. Ervan NURTAWAB (Author of Chapter 4 & Part III): Lecturer of Qur’anic Studies, State Institute of Islamic Studies (Institut Agama Islam Negeri, IAIN) Metro, Lampung, Republic of Indonesia.
I am a researcher focusing on the politics, culture, and modern history of the Philippines, and also Islam in Southeast
Asia, placing special emphasis on the Muslims of the Philippines. Until my retirement in March 2019 I served as a
member of the teaching staff of the Faculty of Global Studies of Sophia University in Tokyo, and currently I am a
Professor Emeritus at the same University. My present‒day research comprises the political, social, and religious
movements and thinking of Muslims in the Philippines, the networks linking southern Philippines with other areas
of Southeast Asia, South Asia, East Asia, and the Middle East, and Islamic manuscripts and printed material of the
Philippines and other Asian regions.
Posted on June 10, 2019 by Kawashima Midori.
|2019||Professor Emeritus, Sophia University, Tokyo.
Honorary Fellow, Institute of Asia, Africa, and Middle Eastern Studies of Sophia University.
|2014||Professor, Faculty of Global Studies, Sophia University.|
|2004||Professor, Faculty of Foreign Studies, Sophia University.|
|1997||Associate Professor, Faculty of Foreign Studies, Sophia University.
Fellow, Institute of Asian Culture (present Institute of Asia, Africa, and Middle Eastern Studies), Sophia University.
|1994||Research Fellow, School of International Relations, Graduate School of International Relations, University of Shizuoka.|
|1993||Completed coursework of the Ph. D. program in International Relations at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Tokyo.|
|1985||M.A. in International Relations. Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Tokyo.|
|1976 ‒ 1977||Non‒degree student, Postgraduate Program in Social Anthropology at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.|
|1975||B.A. in Humanities. (Social Anthropology). Tokyo Metropolitan University.|
|1981 – 1982||Junior Professional Officer at the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Office in Manila, Philippines.|