History and Architecture of the Prophet's Mosque
This book discusses the subjects of the history and architecture of the Prophet's Mosque in Madinah, representing the story of the evolution of the Mosque from the time of Prophet Muhammad SAW to the modern era of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Written from an interdisciplinary perspective, the book intends to create a new perspective for the topic of the history and architecture of the Prophet's Mosque by thinking and researching across traditional boundaries that define established academic disciplines.
It also serves as a substantial contribution to the crystallisation of the subject of theory of genuine Muslim architecture, by placing them within the context of the Muslim cultural and civilisational history, producing building principles and analyses in the process.
About the author:
Dr. Spahic Omer, an award-winning author, is an Associate Professor at the Kulliyyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences, International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM). He studied in Bosnia, Egypt and Malaysia. In the year 2000, he obtained his PhD from the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur in the field of Islamic history and civilisation. His research interests cover Islamic history, culture and civilisation, as well as the history and theory of Islamic built environment
1.The Form and Function of the Prophet's Mosque during the Time of the Prophet s.a.w.
2. The Expansion of the Prophet's Mosque by Caliph Umar al-Khattab
3. The Expansion of the Prophet's Mosque by Caliph Uthman Ibn Affan
4. The Expansion of the Prophet's Mosque by Caliph al-Walid Ibn Abd al-Malik
5. Reconciling the Views of Umar Ibn Abd al-Aziz on Mosque Decoration
6. The Abbasids and the Architecture of the Prophet's Mosque
7. The Contributions of the Mamluks to the Architecture of the Prophet's Mosque
8. An Interpretation of the Ottoman Decorations in the the Prophet's Mosque
9. Old Versus New in the Saudi Expansions of the Prophet's Mosque