Annemarie Schimmel Kolleg





  • Contribution to Bibliography of Architecture, Arts and Crafts in Islam, by Sir K.A.C. Creswell, Second Supplement, edited by J.D. Pearson, American University of Cairo, 1984.
  • "The historians of the monuments and historical topography of Damascus until the end of the Ottoman Era", Al- Turath al -'Arabi, Vol. 20, 1985, pp.196 211, in Arabic.
  • "The role of women in the construction of monuments in Damascus. during the Ayyubid Era", Al- Turath al 'Arabi, Vol. 29, 1987, pp. 216 226, in Arabic.
  • "Suq Sarouja: the Origin of a Damascene quarter in the 12th century", Al-Turath al 'Arabi, Vol. 32, 1988, pp. 89 96, in Arabic.
  • "Note sur le mausolée de Saladin, le fondateur et les circonstances de la fondation", Bulletin dEtudes Orientales, BEO, (IFEAD), 39 -40, 1989, pp. 183- 189.
  • "Note sur les sciences occultes vues par la société Damascaine, depuis le milieu du Vle/Xlle siècle jusqu'à la fin du VIIe/XlIIe siècle", Bulletin d'Etudes Orientales (BEO), special issue: Sciences occultes et Islam, XLIV, 1992, pp. 79 81.
  • "Tombes et coupoles [héros et saints à Damas à l'époque médiévale], Autrement, no 65, special issue: Damascus, edited by Dr. Anne -Marie Bianquis and Dr. Elizabeth Picard, 1993, pp. 45 48.
  • "Suwayqat Sarouja and Al-Azbakiyya: comparison between two rich quarters in Damascus and Cairo in Ottoman era (16th 18th centuries),” Conference on Economic 1992, Organized and edited by: Pro. Dr. R. Abbas and Prof. Dr. D. Crecelius, Special issue of the Bulletin of the Faculty of Arts, no 57, Cairo University, 1993, pp. 121 138, in Arabic.
  • "Suwayqat Sarouja: Petit Istanbul, un quartier riche de Damas au 19e siècle", the Sixth Congress on: Histoire sociale et économique de l'Empire Ottoman et de la Turquie, organized and edited by Dr. Daniel Panzac, held in July 1992 in Aix en Provence and published in Turkika, vol. 8, 1995, pp. 661- 670.
  • "Cimetières et mausolées à Damas du 12e au début du 16e siècle, le cas du quartier de Suwayqat Sarouja, Conference: Cimetières et Traditions Funéraires dans le Monde Musulman, edited by: Dr. J. L. Bacqué Grammont and Dr. A. Tibet, held in Istanbul in September 1991 and published by The Turkish Historical Association, Ankara, 1996, pp. 79 98.
  • "The House of al Shaykh al Sadat in Cairo and the House of al Muradi in Damacus: Notables, Architecture, and Power in the 18th Century", Conference: Economic and Social History of Egypt in Ottoman Period, organized and edited by D. Crecelius and M. H. Isma'il, Fulbright Commission in Cairo, December 1996 and published in Cairo in 1997, pp. 9 19. in Arabic.
  • Le Midan: Actualité d'un faubourg ancien de Damas, participation with Y. Roujon and L. Vilan, IFEAD, Damascus, 1997.
  • "Processes of Urban Development in an Islamic City: the North Western Suburb in Damascus (12th 19th centuries), in the Japanese Journal iichico: Journal of Intercultural and Transdisciplinary Studies, no 47, spring 1998, special issue on: Urban Environment, pp. 55 - 81.
  • "The Urban Fabric of an Extra mural Quarter of Damascus during the 19th century", The Syrian Land, Processes of Integration and Fragmentation in Bilad al- Sham in the 18th to the 20th century, edited by Thomas Philipp and Birgit Schaebler, Berliner Islamstudien, Band 6, 1998, 165- 183.
  • "Domestic Architecture, Notables and Power: A Neighborhood in late Ottoman Damascus", 10th Congress of Turkish Art, held in Geneva in September 1995 and published in 1999
  • "Sarouja quarter: The Formation of a Neighbourhood in Damascus (12th-16th century); Urban development, Architecture, and the Elite", Le Citta Medievali, ed. A. Casamento and E. Guido, Palermo, 2002
  • "The Minbar of the Aqsa Mosque; Wood work in 12th Century Syria-Palestine", International Congress on: Islamic Arts and Crafts, IRCICA (Turkey)  and the Ministry of Culture in Iran, Isfahan, 2002
  • "The Ayyubid Era: Conflicts and coexistence in Medieval Syria", with Emily Shovelton, Discover Islamic Art, published in Four languages, 2007.
  • Residences, Castles, Settlements;Transformation Processes from Late Antiquity to Early Islam in Bilad Al-Sham, Eds: Karin Batl and Abdal-Razzaq Moaz, Publication of The German Archaeological Institute in Damascus (DAI), Damascus, 2009
  • Ayyubid Syria, in Series Museum without Frontiers, (to be published) 
  • Houses in Damascus, From the 17th century until the 19th century, Court records archives and Architectural Studies (to be published)
  • Processes of Urban Development in an Islamic City: the North Western Suburb Damascus (12th 19th centuries), Urbanism, Architecture, Society (to be published)

Many papers in conferences and public lectures givens in many Countries: Germany-USA-Japan-France- Spain- Egypt- Turkey- Italy- Jordan- UK-Iran-Prague-Greece-Geneva...