Civilizations in Contact

Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

Publications - Caroline Stone

Forthcoming (with Paul Lunde) Mas’udi. London: Penguin Classics.

Forthcoming (with Maria V. Stanyukovich, translation and edition) Russian Travelers in India, 15th-18th centuries. No.7 in the Travellers in the Wider Levant Series. London: Hardinge Simpole.

Forthcoming Roderigo de Vivero and After: Mexico, Japan and Seville. London: Hardinge Simpole. This volume was planned to coincide with the 400th anniversary of Roderigo de Vivero’s shipwreck in Japan in 2010. It is now complete and will appear in the course of the present year.

2011 "The Ambassadors from Morocco – Cultural Exchange in 16th-18th Century England", Saudi ARAMCO World (month of publication to be decided).

2011 "Cultural Confusion, Crisis and Conversion in Medieval al-Andalus" for the Conference on the Medieval Mediterranean, University of Exeter, 2009 in Al Masaq (date of publication of conference volume uncertain).

2011 "India the Rich – Popular Perceptions of India and the Reality of the Indian Community at Astrakhan" for the Papers of the Conference on Gujarat and the Sea, Mandvi, 2010 (Papers in the course of publication).

2011 (with Paul Lunde) Search for the Land of Darkness: Arab Travellers in the Far North. London: Penguin Classics (in press March 2011).

2011 "The Philippines and Guatemala – a Tale of Three Textiles", in the Papers of the 1st International Conference Pilipinas Muna! At the Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnology, Russian Academy of Sciences, St Petersburg (in press March 2011).

2011 Book review: Bedouin Weaving of Saudi Arabia and its Neighbours, Joy Totah Hilden, Bulletin for the Society for Arabian Studies No.16, pp.56-8.

2010 (translation with Karen Johnson) The Curious and Amazing Adventures of Maria ter Meetelen: Twelve Years a Slave (1731-43). No.8 in the Travellers in the Wider Levant Series. London: Hardinge Simpole. (With introduction and notes by C. Stone, as well as an appendix with translations of passages from al-Nāsirī (1834-1897) Kitāb al-Istiqsā li-Akhbār duwal al-Maghrib al-Aqsā for the period of M ter M’s time in Meknes).

2009 (introduction and notes) Odette du Puigaudeau: Barefoot through Mauretania. No.6 in the Travellers in the Wider Levant Series. London: Hardinge Simpole.

2010 "Tripoli: Crossroads of Rome and Islam", Saudi ARAMCO World, May-June, pp.16-23.

2009 (translation, introduction and notes) Fadhma Amrouche: The Story of My Life. No.4 in the Travellers in the Wider Levant Series. London: Hardinge Simpole.

2009 (introduction and notes) Ruy Gonzáles de Clavijo: Embassy to Tamerlane. No.3 in the Travellers in the Wider Levant Series. London: Hardinge Simpole.

2009 (introduction and notes) Miss Tully: Letters written during a ten years’ residence at the Court of Tripoli, 1783-1795. No.2 in the Travellers in the Wider Levant Series. London: Hardinge Simpole.

2008 Bordados de la Cina en Andalucía. Seville: Librería Renacimento.

2007 (with Paul Lunde), Great Journeys -- from the Meadows of Gold. London: Penguin.

2007 "The Skill of the Two Hands", Saudi ARAMCO World, pp.30-37.

2007 (editor) Women Workers of World War I, by Gilbert Stone. Glasgow: Mansion Field.

2006 "Ibn Khaldun and the Rise and Fall of Empires", Saudi ARAMCO World, September-October, pp.28-39.

2006 (editor) Pseudo Sahib, Sydney Bolt. Cambridge Asia Series. London: Hardinge Simpole.

2006 "The Diplomacy of the Sons", Saudi ARAMCO World, May-June, pp.6-13.

2002 M.H. (A collection of letters sent to Mary Hunter, an Edwardian hostess.) Seville: Edición Padilla.

1997 Sevilla y los Mantones de Manila. Seville: Colección Giralda.

1997 El Mantón de Manila (Ayuntamiento de Sevilla, Sevilla; plus the Exhibition Catalogue, Granada, 1998 and Madrid, 1999).

1992 Five Thousand Years of Textiles, chapter on North African Textiles. London: British Museum.

1990 (translator) Costumes of Morocco, by Jean Besancenot (Paris,1990).

1989 Al-Mas‘ūdi, The Meadows of Gold: The Abbasids. Translated and edited by Paul Lunde and Caroline Stone. Introduction by Paul Lunde. London: Kegan Paul International.

1985 The Embroideries of North Africa. Harlow, Essex: Longman.

Bibliographical Note:

Caroline Stone has published more than 150 articles over the years in various languages, principally on textile history, medieval history and literature, Islamic culture and literature, and the cultural and economic relations between Europe and the Orient in the pre-modern era. Some of these are listed in standard bibliographies, such as the Index Islamicus, Middle East Bibliographies, and other accessible databases. Some of the more popular ones are available on-line at www.saudiaramcoworld.com.