Jacober, Levi J. The Traditions of al-Bukhari and their Aggadic Parallels, Doctoral Dissertation, Toronto, University of Toronto, 1936.
Taylor (1943) says that this thesis "dealt at great length with parallels between the Hadith and Jewish traditions." -BS
Jalali, Muhammad Hussain, "Unpublished Versions of the Sahifah Sajjadiyah," Message of Thaqalayn, vol. 1, no. 2, January, 1994, pp. 32-60.
The sahifa is attributed to the 4th Shi'i Imam. -BS
Jarrar, Maher, Die Prophetbiographie im islamischen Spanien. Ein Beitrag zur Überlieferungs- und Redaktionsgeschichte, Peter Lang Verlag, Frankfurt, Bern, New York, 1989.
Translation of the title: The Biography of the Prophet in Islamic Spain: A contribution to transmission and reception history.
---, Akhbar Fakhkh. A study on the early Zaidites, their rebellions under the Abbasids and their spread in Yemen, North Persia and North Africa up to the end of the 2nd./8th. century, based on a newly discovered manuscript with a critical edition of the manuscript, Dar al-Gharb al-Islami, Beirut, 1995.
---, "Masari' al-'ushshaq: Dirasa fi ahadith al-Jihad "wal-hur al-'in," Nash'atuha, wa-bunyatuha al-hika'iyya, wa-wadhaifuha," in: Al-Abhath (American University of Beirut), 41, 1993, pp. 27-121.
---, "Bishr al-Hafi und die Barfussigkeit im Islam," Der Islam, 71/2, 1994, pp. 191-240.
---, "Arba' rasa'il zaydiyya Mubakkira," in: al-Kitab al-Takrimi li Ihsan Abbas, ed. I. Sa''afin, Dar Sadir, Beirut (in press).
---, "The Sira: Its Formative Elements and its Transmission," BUC Public Lecture Series: The Middle East and the West, forthcoming 1997.
---, "Sira, Mashahid, and Maghazi: The Genesis and Development of the Biography of Muhammad," in: Late Antiquity and Early Islam, vol. 3, ed. Lawrence Conrad and Averil Cameron, Princeton, New Jersey, 1997, pp. 1-42.
---, "Some Aspects of Imami Influence on Early Zaydite Theology," Harvard Review for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, forthcoming 1997.
---, "Tafsir Abi 'l-Jarud 'an al-Imam al-Baqir: Musahama fi dirasat al-'aqa'id al-Zaidiyya al-mubakkira," in: Festschrift for Sami Makarem, forthcoming 1997.
Jeffery, Arthur, "The Quest of the Historical Muhammad," Muslim World, vol. 16,, no. 4, 1926, pp. 327-48.
This is a survey of Western scholarship up to the 1920's on the Prophet's biography. Dr. Jeffery's so-called "historical Muhammad" is a "pathological" character, totally amoral, and a "robber." This unfortunate article displays hostility towards Islam and its Prophet. -BS
Jones, J.M.B., "Ibn Ishaq and al-Waqidi: The Dream of 'Atika and the Raid to Nakhla in Relation to the Charge of Plagiarism," BSOAS, 22 (1959), pp. 41-51.
The fact that some passages in Ibn Ishaq are often identical to ones in Waqidi may suggest that Waqidi plagiarized the former. The author, however, argues that both Ibn Ishaq and Waqidi drew on a body of Sira literature that had already attained its final form by Ibn Ishaq's time. -BS
---, "The Chronology of the Maghazi--a Textual Survey,"BSOAS, 19 (1957), pp. 245-80.
Juynboll, G.H.A. Muslim Tradition. Studies in Chronology, Provenance, and Authorship of Early Hadith, Cambridge, 1983.
The author's main contribution to hadith studies.
---, The authenticity of the tradition literature; discussions in modern Egypt , Leiden, E. J. Brill, 1969, 171 p. 25 cm.
---, "The Date of the Great Fitna," Arabica, v. 20, 1973, pp. 142-159.
Advances the Second Civil War as the starting date for the institution of the isnad system. -BS
---, "Muslim's Introduction to His Sahih, Translated and Annotated with an Excursus on the Chronology of Fitna and Bid'a," Jerusalem Studies in Arabic a nd Islam, v. 5, pp. 263-311
The excurcus provides further support for his earlier paper (1973). -BS
---, "Some Isnad-Analytical Methods Illustrated on the Basis of Several Woman-Demeaning Sayings from Hadith Literature," al-Qantara, X (1989), 343-84.
The first part of the paper is a useful tutorial on how to trace traditions in the standard hadith collections and construct their "isnad bundles." The most significant contribution of the paper is a number of observations which are based on isnad-analysis of a large number of traditions. (While these statistical/quantitative observations are stated, they are not documented.) The paper also provides examples of analysis of individual isnad-bundles. The few hadiths chosen for this purpose have matns that relate to women. -BS
---, "al-Mizzi," New Encyclopedia of Islam (M- pp.212-213).
A discussion of the life and works of the famous traditionist, Jamal al-Din al-Mizzi (b. 654/1256). Discusses Mizzi's two major works: 1) The rijal work Tahdhib al-kamal fi asma' al-rijal, and 2) his Tuhfat al-ashraf bi-ma'rifat al-atraf. The second work is of great utility for analysis of the isnads of hadiths. The author provides useful hints on how to use this book along with the other available indexes to trace traditions and construct the isnads through which they were transmitted. -BS
---, "Musnad," in New Encyclopedia of Islam (M- pp. 705-7).
Contains a discussion of the term "musnad" as it relates to hadith literature. Lists some of the extant musnad collections and provides hints on how to trace a given hadith in such works. -BS
---, "Some notes on the earliest fuqaha of Islam distilled from hadith literature," Arabica, XXXIX (1992) fasc. 3, pp. 287-314.
---, "Analysing isnads in hadith and akhbar literature," in Lawrence I. Conrad (ed.), Early Arabic historiography. New perspectives and Methodologies, Princeton, 1991.
This book may have never been published... at least, I couldn't find it. Besides, in another article of his, Juynboll gives different book title for the same paper. The mystery remains unsolved.
---, "Ahmad Muhammad Shakir (1892-1958) and his Edition of Ibn Hanbal's Musnad, Der Islam, XLIX (1972), 221-247.
---, "The Hadith in the Discussion on Birth Control," Actas IV Congresso de Estudos Arabes e Islamicos--Coimbra-Lisboa, 1 a 8 Setembro de 1968, Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1971, pp. 373-9.
---, "Ridjal," EI2.
---, "Dyeing the hair and beard in early Islam: a hadith-analytical study," Arabica, vol. 33, 1986, pp. 49-75.
---, "Some New Ideas on the Development of Sunna as a Technical Term in Early Islam," Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam, 10 (1987), 97-118.
---, "The role of mu'ammarun in the early development of the isnad," Wiener Zeitschrift fur die Kunde des Morgenlandes, 1991.
---, "The qurra in Early Islamic History," JESHO, Vol XVI (16), 1973.
---, "Nafi', the mawla of Ibn 'Umar, and his position in Muslim Hadith literature," Der Islam, 70 ii (1993) pp. 279-300.
Herein Juynboll explains his method of datings hadiths in its most developed and explicit form. -BS
---, "Some Thoughts on Early Muslim Historiography", Bibliotheca Orientalis 49 (1992), 685-691.
In this article Juynboll discusses the differences of the isnads of Hadith and historiographical works. Based on these differences, the author expresses some thoughts on the authenticity of akhbar and hadith. -AG
---, "Early Islamic society as reflected in its use of isnads," Le Museon, 107 (1994), pp. 151-194.
The author states that this is an enlarged and revised version of his article "Analysing isnads in hadith and akhbar literature", which is to appear in the forthcoming book: Early arabic history and historiography, ed. Lawrence Conrad.
---, Review of Islam: The View from the Edge by W. Bulliet in: JAOS, vol. 115, no. 3, July-September 1995, pp. 483-484.
---, and G. Lecomte, avec la collaboration de J. van Ess, "Addenda et corrigenda à G. Lecomte, Le traité des divergences du hadîth d'Ibn Qutayba (mort end 276/889), traduction annotée du Kitâb ta'wîl muhtalif al-hadît," Arabica, vol. 17, pp. 187-199.
Juynboll, Th. W., "Hadith." In Shorter Encyclopedia of Islam, pp. 116-21.