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Advances in the Study of Islam

Advances in the Study of Islam

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Advances in the Study of Islam
Series Editor(s): Abbas Aghdassi, Abbas Aghdassi, Aaron W. Hughes

Focuses explicitly on new, original and creative approaches to understand, analyse and critically revisit Islamic studies

Highlights both disciplinary and inter-disciplinary approaches to Islamic studies from religious studies, theology, philosophy, law, history, cultural anthropology and linguistics
Challenges existing paradigms and norms by providing alternatives for the study of Islam
Pushes the study of Islam to the forefront of larger conversations in the Humanities and Social Sciences
Advances in the Study of Islam will publish cutting-edge research that reflects the long history and geographic breadth of Islam. It seeks to rethink traditional literary canons while simultaneously offering innovative and alternative approaches to push beyond traditional understandings of Islam. The series provides a platform for creative studies spanning:

Disciplines including religious studies, legal studies, archaeology and anthropology
Theoretical questions including historical, philological, ethnographic, comparative and redescriptive
Time periods from late antiquity to the present
Geographical regions including the so-called Arab World, South Asia, Africa, Iran and the Persian World, Europe and North America
Advisory Board

Mustafa Alici, Erzincan Binali Yildirim University, Turkey
Nuha Alshaar, American University of Sharjah, UAE
Ali S. Asani, Harvard University, USA
Mushegh Asatryan, University of Calgary, Canada
Amila Buturović, York University, Canada
Carool Kersten, King’s College London, UK
Matt Melvin-Koushki, University of South Carolina, USA
Bilal W. Orfali, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Sabine Schmidtke, Princeton University, USA
Write for the series

If you have a proposal suitable for this series we’d love to hear from you.

Find out more about writing and submitting your book proposal
If you have any questions before submitting, or would like to discuss your ideas, please contact the series editors:

Abbas Aghdassi: aghdassi@um.ac.ir

Aaron W. Hughes: aaron.hughes@rochester.edu

Once you’re ready to submit, email your book proposal to:

Emma House, Commissioning Editor for Islamic & Middle Eastern Studies: emma.house@eup.ed.ac.uk

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