Summer 2016 Journal Roundup

The journal roundup project covers over sixty English language journals in a variety of disciplines related to Islamic Studies, providing the table of contents for each journal as a tool for researchers, academics, students, and those generally interested in the field of Islamic Studies. The following list of journals have published new issues for Summer 2016. The tables of contents appear below the full list and the journal titles are linked to the journal homepages.

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New Journal Issues for Summer 2016

Al-Masāq: Journal of the Medieval Mediterranean

Al-Masāq: Journal of the Medieval Mediterranean

Volume 28 Issue 2

The Castle and Lordship of Ḥārim and the Frankish-Muslim Frontier of Northern Syria in the Twelfth Century by Andrew D. Buck

Communities, Cultures and Conflict in Southern Italy, from the Byzantines to the Angevins by Graham A. Loud

Rumours of Wars and Deeds of Emperors: Circulation of News and “Stories” about Non-Venetians in Early Medieval Venice by Luigi Andrea Berto

“None of the Kings on Earth is Their Equal in ʿaṣabiyya”: The Mongols in Ibn Khaldūn’s Works by Josephine van den Bent

Venetian Merchants in Thirteenth-Century Alexandria and the Sultans of Egypt: an Analysis of Treaties, Privileges and Intercultural Relations by Pierre Moukarzel

Arab Law Quarterly

Arab Law Quarterly

Volume 30 Issue 3

International Labour Standards and Islamic Teachings: The Principles of the Basic Entitlement Package for Migrant Workers in Arab Countries by Latife Reda

Surplus Distribution in Current Takāful Operations: A Critical Sharīʿah Perspective by Younes Soualhi

‘Transformative Accommodation’: Towards the Convergence of Sharīʿah and Common Law in Muslim Minority Jurisdictions by Zaleha Kamaruddin, Umar A. Oseni, and Syed Khalid Rashid

Formation of Contract under the Islamic Majallah and UNIDROIT Principles of 2010 by Mahmoud M. Dodeen

Assessment of the Protection of Shareholders in Egypt by Yassin El Shazly and Sayed Shaarawy

Defining Harmonisation of Sharīʻah Rulings in Islamic Finance by Amir Shaharuddin

Arab Studies Quarterly

Arab Studies Quarterly

Volume 38 Issue 3

Gender and Settler Colonialism in Palestinian Agriculture: Structural Transformations by Nida Abu Awwad

Picturing the Charlie Hebdo Incident in Arabic Political Cartoons by Sadam Issa

Re-Writing History on Screen: Annemarie Jacir’s Salt of This Sea by Kenza Oumlil

Giving Voice at a Price: Imagining The Arab World in the Work of Elizabeth Laird by Muhammad Masud



Volume 63 Issue 3-4

The Qurʾānic Cosmology, as an Identity in Itself by Mohammad Ali Tabatabaʾi and Saida Mirsadri

“Quand on parlait le berbère à la cour de Grenade” : quelques réflexions sur la berbérité de la taifa ziride (al-Andalus, XI e siècle) by Bilal Sarr

Femmes des Mille et une nuits by Jean-Claude Garcin

Contribution à une typologie des réformismes de l’islam1 : les critères distinctifs du « réformisme islamique » by Steven Duarte

Writing Change: Diglossia and Popular Writing Practices in Egypt by Kristian Takvam Kindt, Jacob Høigilt, and Tewodros Aragie Kebede

British Journal of Middle East Studies

British Journal of Middle East Studies

Volume 43 Issue 3

Religious Politics in Mandate Palestine: The Christian Orthodox Community Controversy in the Thirties by Konstantinos Papastathis

Human Rights and Tear Gas: The Question of Carter Administration Officials Opposed to the Shah by Javier Gil Guerrero

Protests against Energy Projects in Turkey: Environmental Activism above Politics? By Ståle Knudsen

Nasser’s Educators and Agitators across al-Watan al-‘Arabi: Tracing the Foreign Policy Importance of Egyptian Regional Migration, 1952-1967 by Gerasimos Tsourapas

The 1922 Anglo-Iraq Treaty: A Moment of Crisis and the Role of Britain’s Man on the Ground by Ann Wilks

‘Unarmed’ We Intervene, Unnoticed We Remain: The Deviant Case of ‘February 28th Coup’ in Turkey by Ömer Aslan

Russian Archival Sources for the Study of the Iranian Communist Party: The Pre-Tudeh Years, 1917-1942 by Soli Shahvar and Emil Abramoff

Civil Society as Ideology in the Middle East: A Critical Perspective by Jessica Leigh Doyle

Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies

Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies

Volume 79 Issue 2

Evidentiary Truth Claims, Imperial Registers, and the Ottoman Archive: Contending Legal Views of Archival and Record-Keeping Practices in Ottoman Greater Syria (Seventeenth–Nineteenth Centuries) by Guy Burak

Muḥammad, Menaḥem, and the Paraclete: New Light on Ibn Isḥāq’s (d. 150/767) Arabic version of John 15: 23–16: 1 by Sean W. Anthony

Functional Codeswitching and Register in Educated Negev Arabic Interview Style by Roni Henkin

Contemporary Arab Affairs

Contemporary Arab Affairs

Volume 9 Issue 3

Libya: Will Stability and Order Be Restored? Why Things Got Out of Control by Mahmoud Gebril

The Salafist Call in Alexandria: The Trajectory of the Organization and Outcomes of Its Politics by Ahmed Zaghloul Shalata

The Muslims in Russia: Between Historical Legacy and Contemporary Problematics by Ahmed Abdel-Hafez Fawaz

The Effect of Omani-Iranian Relations on the Security of the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries after the Arab Spring by Maryam al-Bolushi

Methodologies for Assessing Knowledge Management in the Arab Nation by Grine Rabie

Contemporary Discourses on the Possibility of an ‘Islamic State’: An Overview by Showkat Ahmad Dar

Limits of US Soft Power in the Arab World (2003–15) by Hosam Matar

More Effective as Regent Than as Monarch: Abdullah’s Reform Legacy by P.R. Kumaraswamy and Md. Muddassir Quamar

Critical Muslim

Critical Muslim

Issue 19 July-September 2016

Out in the Open by Jeremy Henzell-Thomas

Concepts and Symbols by Charles Upton

Visions of Man and Nature by James E. Montgomery

Investigating God, Investigating Nature by Laura Hassan

Geopolitics Call by Mohammed Hashas

Vicegerency and Nature by Munjed M. Murad

Palestine and (Human) Nature by Naomi Foyle

Wild in the Forest by Zeshan Akhter

Go Slow by Lali Zaibun-Nisa

Our Multiple Selves by Shanon Shah

Islamic Gardens by Emma Clark

Die Welts des Islams

Die Welts des Islams

Volume 56 Issue 2

Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The Ṭālibān, Afghan Self-Determination, and the Challenges of Transnational Jihadism by Jan-Peter Hartung

After the Ayatollah: Institutionalisation and Succession in the marjaʿiyya of Sayyid Muḥammad Ḥusayn Faḍl Allāh by Morgan Clarke

To Translate or Not to Translate? 19th Century Ottoman Communities and Fiction by Günil Özlem Ayaydın Cebe

Modernity without Society? Observations on the term mujtamaʿ in the Islamic Journal al-Manār (Cairo, 1898–1940) by Florian Zemmin

Hawwa: Journal of Women of the Middle East and Islamic World

Hawwa: Journal of Women of the Middle East and Islamic World

Volume 14 Issue 1

Sudan after Al-Turabi by Nada Mustafa Ali

The Republican Sisters of Sudan by Steve Howard

Muslim Women Leaders and Legal Reform in Postcolonial Kenya by Ousseina Alidou

Claiming Autonomy through Agency in a Patriarchal Structure by Fulera Issaka-Toure

Be Careful What You Ask For by Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban

International Journal of Islamic Architecture

International Journal of Islamic Architecture

Volume 5 Issue 2 July 2016

Cultural Heritage and the Arab Spring: War over Culture, Culture of War and Culture War by Heghnar Zeitlian Watenpaugh

Design in Theory Articles

Heritage as a Right: Heritage and the Arab Spring by Nasser Rabbat

‘Cairo Ring Road’: Anthony Hamboussi’s Poetic Survey of an Urban Topography by Mohamed Elshahed

Tribal Mediation and Empowered Women: Potential Contributions of Heritage to National Development in Yemen by Najwa Adra

Ottonostalgias and Urban Apartheid by Chiara de Cesari

Inheriting Dispossession, Mobilizing Vulnerability: Heritage amid Protest in Contemporary Turkey by Eray Çayli

Design in Practice Article

Responses to the Destruction of Syrian Cultural Heritage: A Critical Review of Current Efforts by Salam al Quntar and Brian I. Daniels

International Journal of Middle East Studies

International Journal of Middle East Studies

Volume 48 Issue 3 August 2016

Section on State and Social Forces

Expressing Entitlement in Colonial Algeria: Villagers, Medical Doctors, and the State in the Early 20th Century by Hannah-Louise Clark

Mamluks in Ottoman Tunisia: A Category Connecting State and Social Forces by M’hamed Oualdi

Nadir Shah’s Peculiar Central Asian Legacy: Empire, Conversion Narratives, and the Rise of New Scholarly Dynasties by James Pickett

Section on Jewish Political Movements

Justice for Jews from Arab Countries and the Rebranding of the Jewish Refugee by Shanya Zamkanei

The Fundamentalist Dilemma: Lessons from the Israeli Haredi Case by Netanel Fisher

Iranian Studies

Iranian Studies

Volume 49 Issue 4

Fictive Layering and Inversion in the Paintings of Ali-Akbar Sadeghi by Aida Foroutan

Rituals of Commemoration, Rituals of Self-Invention: Safavid Religious Colleges and the Collective Memory of the Shi‘a by Maryam Moazzen

Anglo-Iranian Treaty Negotiations: Reza Shah, Teymurtash and the British Government, 1927–32 by Chelsi Mueller

Iranian Women’s Perspectives on Violence against Women in Iran and the UK by Nadia Aghtaie

Tobacco, Eurasian Trade, and the Early Modern Iranian Economy by Ranin Kazemi

The Need for Vengeance or the Need to Mourn? Atiq Rahimi’s Exploration of “Afghan” Self-Identity in Earth and Ashes by William Kingsbury

Polygamy and Legislation in Contemporary Iran: An Analysis of the Public Legal Discourse by Irene Schneider

Orality in Persian Argumentative Discourse: A Case Study of Editorials by Leila Khabbazi-Oskouei

Authorial Voices and the Sense of an Ending in Persian Diaries: Notes on Eʿtemād al-Saltaneh and ʿAlam by Ali Gheissari

Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations

Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations

Volume 27 Issue 3

Performing Muslim Womanhood: Muslim Business Women Moderating Islamic Practices in Contemporary Indonesia by Minako Sakai and Amelia Fauzia

Pakistan, Muslim Womanhood and Social Jihad: Narratives of Umm Abd Muneeb by Samina Yasmeen

The Malaysian Islamization Phenomenon: The Underlying Dynamics and Their Impact on Muslim Women by Bob Olivier

Negotiating Modernity: Women Workers, Islam and Urban Trajectory in Indonesia by Nicolaas Warouw

Traditional, Islamic and National Law in the Experience of Indonesian Muslim Women by Bernard Adeney-Risakotta

Between Texts and Contexts: Contemporary Muslim Gender Roles by Shamim Samani

Islamic Law and Society

Islamic Law and Society

Volume 23 Issue 3

Prohibiting the Pilgrimage: Politics and Fiction in Mālikī Fatwās by Jocelyn Hendrickson

“The Sulṭān Says”: State Authority in the Late Ḥanafī Tradition by Samy Ayoub

The Salafi Mystique: The Rise of Gender Segregation in 1970s Egypt by Aaron Rock-Singer

Journal of Arabian Studies: Arabia, the Gulf, and the Red Sea

Journal of Arabian Studies: Arabia, the Gulf, and the Red Sea

Volume 6 Issue 1

The Dīwāniyya Tradition in Modern Kuwait: An Interlinked Space and Practice by Clemens Chay

Expatriate Languages in Kuwait: Tension Between Public and Private Domains by Rizwan Ahmad

Women and Political Interest in Qatar: Moving Ahead but Not Catching Up by Bethany Shockley

Indicators of Social Change in the UAE: College Students’ Attitudes Toward Love, Marriage and Family by Yuting Wang and Meenaz Kassam

The Egyptian Community in Muscat by Carmella Pfaffenbach

Journal of Arabic Literature

Journal of Arabic Literature

Volume 47 Issue 1-2

Arab Literary Exiles and Their Writing in Light of the Arab Spring by Peter Gran

Estrangement and Selfhood in the Classical Concept of Waṭan by Yaseen Noorani

Memory Remains: Haunted by Home in Lebanese (Post)war Fiction by Yasmine Khayyat

Return of the Beast: From Pre-Islamic Ode to Contemporary Novel by Tarek El-Ariss

Conversion in Early Modern Western Mediterranean Accounts of Captivity: Identity, Audience, and Narrative Conventions by Patricia E. Grieve

The Ghosts of Exilic Belongings: Maḥmūd al-Bayyātī’s Raqṣ ʿalā al-māʾ: aḥlām waʿrah and Post-Soviet Themes in Arabic Exile Literature by Johanna Sellman

When the Safras Met the Dajānīs by Orit Bashkin

The Philological Present: Reading the Arabic Nineteenth Century by Jeffrey Sacks

The Journal of the Middle East and Africa

The Journal of the Middle East and Africa

Volume 7 Issue 2

Palestinian Engagement with the International Criminal Court: From Preliminary Examination to Investigation? By Robert P. Barnidge Jr.

The Caliphate’s Gold: The Islamic State’s Monetary Policy and Its Implications by Ian Oxnevad

IGAD, Sudan, and South Sudan: Achievements and Setbacks of Regional Mediation by Irit Back

Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in UN Peacekeeping Missions: A Case Study of MONUC and MONUSCO by Bonnie Kovatch

The African Union’s Diaspora Diplomacy and Policymaking: Operationalizing the Migration–Development Nexus by Jack R. Mangala

Allah (God), Al-Watan (The Nation), Al-Malik (The King), and the Role of Ijtihād in the Family Law Reforms of Morocco by Miyase Yavuz

Together on the Way to the Monastic Church of Mīt Damsīs: Copts and Muslims at the Mūlid of Saint George in Medieval Islamic Egypt and Beyond by Miriam Wissa

Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs

Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs

Volume 36 Issue 2

Section on Islamic Law and Muslim Minority Communities

Islamic Law, Secular Law, and Societal Norms: The Recognition of Islamic Legal Practices in the Netherlands and the Protection of Muslim Women’s Human Rights by Eefje De Kroon

Islamic Jurisprudence of Minorities (Fiqh al-Aqalliyyat): The Case of the Palestinian Muslim Minority in Israel by Mohanad Mustafa and Ayman K. Agbaria

Section on Muslims in Europe and the Eastern Connection

Bosnia and the Middle East: Current Political, Economic and Cultural Ties by Michael B. Bishku

The Muslim Continuum: An Analytical Model of Religiosity and Socio-Political Diversity in Muslim Minority Environments by Kasim Randeree

Section on Islam in China: Premodern and Contemporary Challenges

Pre-modern Globalization and Islamic Networks under Mongol Rule: Some Preliminary Considerations on the Spreading of Sufi Knowledge in Gansu-Qinghai by Tommaso Previato

The New Face of Political Islam in Central Asia: The Rise of Islamo-democrats by Emmanuel Karagiannis

Resistance and Assimilation: Transforming Security Roles of China’s Largest Muslim Minorities by Zenel Garcia

Section on The East Asian Scene

Islamic Religious Organizations Across Borders: The Case of the Pakistani Migrant Muslim Community in Korea (South) by Muhammad Shahzad and Hee Soo Lee

Journal of North African Studies

Journal of North African Studies

Volume 21 Issue 4

North Africa’s ‘Berber Question’ by Raphaël Lefèvre

Introduction to ‘Paul Bowles and Morocco’s Music’ by Phillip C. Naylor

Reflections of a Musical Friendship by Irene Herrmann

Discrete/Discreet Appropriation: Paul Bowles, Non-Western Music, and Race in Tangier by John Philip Rode Schaefer

A Review of Music of Morocco: Recorded by Paul Bowles, 1959 by Allen Hibbard

The Gnawa Lions: Paths Towards Learning Ritual Music in Contemporary Morocco by Christopher Witulski

What Is the Significance of the Title ‘Amīr al-Mu’minīn?’ by Richard Pennell

Natural Resources and Intifada: Oil, Phosphates and Resistance to Colonialism in Western Sahara by Joanna Allan

‘Returnees’ and Political Poetry in Western Sahara: Defamation, Deterrence and Mobilisation on the Web and Mobile Phones by Sébastien Boulay

Constitutionalism and Political Order in Libya 2011–2014: Three Myths about the Past and a New Constitution by Carmen Geha and Frédéric Volpi

Journal of Palestine Studies

Journal of Palestine Studies

Volume 45 Issue 4

Twenty-First Century Palestinian Development Studies by Raja Khalidi

Disrupting Development, Reclaiming Solidarity: The Anti-Politics of Humanitarianism by Linda Tabar

Development as Struggle: Confronting the Reality of Power in Palestine by Adam Hanieh

Undermining Democracy in Palestine: The Politics of International Aid since Oslo by Leila Farsakh

Assembling the Fabric of Life: When Settler Colonialism Becomes Development by Omar Jabary Salamanca

Journal of Persianate Studies

Journal of Persianate Studies

Volume 9 Issue 1

Unity of the Persianate World under Turko-Mongolian Domination and Divergent Development of Imperial Autocracies in the Sixteenth Century by Saïd Amir Arjomand

Wearing the Belt of Oppression: Khāqāni’s Christian Qasida and the Prison Poetry of Medieval Shirvān by Rebecca Gould

Mughal Horoscopes as Propaganda by Stephan Popp

Sabk-e Hendi and the Crisis of Authority in Eighteenth-Century Indo-Persian Poetics by Arthur Dudney

The Local Lives of a Transregional Poet: ʿAbd al-Qāder Bidel and the Writing of Persianate Literary History by Kevin L. Schwartz

Minorities and Foreigners in a Provincial Iranian City: Bahāʾis in the Russian Consulate of Isfahan in 1903 by Saghar Sadeghian

Journal of Qur'anic Studies

Journal of Qur'anic Studies

Volume 18 Issue 2 June 2016

Special Issue: Exegetical Facets of Muḥammad b. Jarīr al-Ṭabarī (d. 310/923)

Al-Ṭabarī’s Concept of the Qur’an: A Systemic Analysis by Ulrika Mårtensson

The hand of God is over their hands (Q. 48:10): On the Notion of Covenant in al-Ṭabarī’s Account of Karbala by Torsten Hylén

Between History and Tafsīr: Notes on al-Ṭabarī’s Methodological Strategies by Marianna Klar

Consensus, Authority, and the Interpretive Community in the Thought of Muḥammad b. Jarīr al-Ṭabarī by Devin J. Stewart

Rereading al-Ṭabarī through al-Māturīdī: New Light on the Third Century Hijrī by Walid A. Saleh

Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society

Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society

Volume 26 Issue 3 July 2016

The Collection of the Qurʾān in the Early Shīʿite Discourse: The Traditions Ascribed to the Fifth Imām Abū Jaʿfar Muḥammad al-Bāqir by Seyfeddin Kara

The Christian Reception of the Xwadāy-Nāmag: Hormizd IV, Khusrau II and Their Successors by Philip Wood

Colonial Anthropology and the Decline of the Raj: Caste, Religion and Political Change in India in the Early Twentieth Century by C.J. Fuller

Poetics of Piety: Genre, Self-Fashioning, and the Mappila Lifescape by Aram Kuzhiyan Muneer

Middle East Critique

Middle East Critique

Volume 25 Issue 3

The Arab Uprisings, the Liberal Civilizing Narrative and the Problem of Orientalism by Stefan Borg

The National Body in Israel and Syria: Comparing Processes of Unity and Fragmentation by Sophia Hoffmann and Katherine Natanel

Bourdieu in Beirut: Wasta, the State and Social Reproduction in Lebanon by Martyn Egan and Paul Tabar

Hasbara 2.0: Israel’s Public Diplomacy in the Digital Age by Miriyam Aouragh

Passive, Silent and Revolutionary: The ‘Arab Spring’ Revisited by Billie Jeanne Brownlee and Maziyar Ghiabi

The Middle East Journal

The Middle East Journal

Volume 70 Issue 3

Local (R)evolutions in Tunisia, 2011–2014: Reconstructing Municipal Political Authority by Frédéric Volpi, Fabio Merone, and Chiara Loschi

The Tunisian General Labor Union and the Advent of Democracy by Kasper Ly Netterstrøm

Subscribed Content Reassessing Hizbullah’s Socioeconomic Policies in Lebanon by Joseph Daher

Integrating Shi’a in the Modern Nation-State: Shaykh Muhammad Mahdi Shams al-Din, Hizbullah, and Engagement in Lebanese Politics by Farah Kawtharani

The United States and the 1981 Lebanese Missile Crisis by Fadi Esber

Middle Eastern Literatures

Middle Eastern Literatures

Volume 19 Issue 1

Reading the Qurʾān in the Poetry of Adonis by Iman Mersal

An Uncanny Turkic: İsmail Gasprinskii’s Language Lesson by Nergis Ertürk

Words against Erasure: The Persistence of the Poetic in Jabrā Ibrāhīm Jabrā’s In Search of Walid Masoud by Emily Drumsta

The Literary Lives of Umm Kulthūm: Cossery, Ghali, Negm, and the Critique of Nasserism by Zeina G. Halabi

On Inefficient Arabian Nights Tales: Théophile Gautier’s “The Thousand and Second Night” by Evanghelia Stead

Two Bedouin Elegies on Saddam Hussein and Muammar al-Qaddafi by Muḥammad Fanāṭil al-Ḥajāyā (Translation by William Tamplin)

Middle Eastern Studies

Middle Eastern Studies

Volume 52 Issue 4

Fragments of Lives Arrested; A Memoir of Lebanon’s Jewish Community by Franck Salameh

Window-Conflicts in the Ottoman Empire and Turkey: Visual Privacy, Materiality and Right to the City by Ali Sipahi

One Script, Two Languages: Garabed Panosian and His Armeno-Turkish Newspapers in the Nineteenth-Century Ottoman Empire by Masayuki Ueno

On the Front and at Home: Women in the Modern Ottoman Epic by Can Eyüp Çekiç

Do the Kurds Have ‘No Friends but the Mountains’? Turkey’s Secret War against Communists, Soviets and the Kurds by Chikara Hashimoto and Egemen B. Bezci

On the Borders of the Turkish and Iranian Nation-States: The Story of Ferzende and Besra by Metin Yüksel

Ideological Struggle during the Formative Years of the Turkish Republic by Banu Turnaoğlu

Understanding Urban Alevism through Its Socio-Spatial Manifestations: Cemevis in İzmir by Seher Sen and Bayram Ali Soner

Middle Eastern Studies

Middle Eastern Studies

Volume 52 Issue 5

Israel Approaches the Nuclear Threshold: The Controversies in the American Administration Surrounding the Israeli Nuclear Bomb 1968–1969 by Amon Gutfeld

Who Needed the October 1973 War? By David Tal

Iraq’s Oil War in the USA during the October 1973 War by Netanel Avneri

Free Trade or an Alternative Path: The Queue System and Struggle over the Conditions of Work in Ottoman Ports, 1900–1910 by Can Nacar

The Zionist–Arab Incident of Zarnuqa 1913: A Chronicle and Several Methodological Remarks by Yuval Ben-Bassat and Gur Alroey

The Curious Case of Ahmed Necmeddin Bey: A Look into the Sociopolitical Climate in Aintab on the Eve of 1915 by Ümit Kurt

The Modern Ordinary: Changing Culture of Urban Living in Egypt’s Traditional Quarters at the Turn of the Twentieth Century by Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem

Noble Robbers, Avengers and Entrepreneurs: Eric Hobsbawm and Banditry in Iran, the Middle East and North Africa by Stephanie Cronin

The Muslim World

The Muslim World

Volume 106 Issue 3 July 2016

Special Issue on Salafism

Introduction by Emad Hamdeh

The Formative Years of an Iconoclastic Salafi Scholar by Emad Hamdeh

Salafī-Ashʻarī Polemics of the 3rd & 4th Islamic Centuries by Yasir Qadhi

Salafis and Democracy: Doctrine and Context by Ovamir Anjum

The Power of Elective Affinities in Contemporary Salafism by Emin Poljarevic

What Should an Islamic State Look Like? Jihādī-Salafī Debates on the War in Syria by Joas Wagemakers

Other Articles

‘Understanding the Other From-Within’: The Muslim Near East in the Eyes of Duncan Black Macdonald by Najib George Awad

The Poetics of Devotion in ʿĀʾisha al-Bāʿūniyya’s Praise of God and Muḥammad by Rachel Anne Friedman

Accused of Anthropomorphism: Ibn Taymiyya’s Miḥan as Reflected in Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya’s al-Kāfiya al-Shāfiya by Livnat Holtzman

Scholarly Authority and Lay Mobilization: Yusuf al-Qaradawi’s vision of da‘wa, 1976-1984 by Aaron Rock-Singer

Human Rights and the Dissident Grand Ayatullah Hussain Ali Montazeri by Sussan Siavoshi



Volume 44 Issue 1-2

Ḥunayn ibn Isḥāq’s Galen Translations and Greco-Arabic Philology: Some Observations from the Crises (De crisibus) and the Critical Days (De diebus decretoriis) by Glen M. Cooper

Karajī’s Discourse on Hydrology by Kaveh Niazi

The Theories on the Origin of the Andalusian Arabic Stanzaic Poetry—Revisited by Gregor Schoeler

The Arabic Concept of Dīn and Islamic Religious Sciences in the 18th Century: The Case of Murtaḍā al-Zabīdī (d. 1791) by Stefan Reichmuth

Alchemical Poetry in Almohad Morocco: The Shudhūr al-dhahab of Ibn Arfaʿ Raʾs by Richard Todd

An Enigmatic Genealogical Chart of the Timurids: A Testimony to the Dynasty’s Claim to Yasavi-ʿAlid Legitimacy? By Kazuo Morimoto

Sociology of Islam

Sociology of Islam

Volume 4 Issue 3

Islamic Reformism as Networks of Meaning by Terje Østebø

The “New Turkey”? Urban Renewal and Beyond by Seda Demiralp

Cultural Opportunity and Social Movements by Arash Reisinezhad and Parisa Farhadi

Post-Islamism or Veering Toward Political Modernity? By Fabio Vicini

The Developing Relations between Turkey and China Since 2005 by Barış Doster

China’s Growing Role in the Middle East by Jonathan Fulton

Turkish Studies

Turkish Studies

Volume 17 Issue 3

Enabling ‘Ambitious Activism’: Davutoğlu’s Vision of a New Foreign Policy Identity for Turkey by Zeynep Arkan and Müge Kınacıoğlu

‘Liberal Intellectuals’’ Narration of the Justice and Development Party in Turkey by Duygu Ersoy and Fahriye Üstüner

Islamically Oriented Humanitarian NGOs in Turkey: AKP Foreign Policy Parallelism by Nihat Çelik and Emre İşeri

Managing the Transition from Pax Britannica to Pax Americana: Turkey’s Relations with Britain and the US in a Turbulent Era (1929–47) by Dilek Barlas and Şuhnaz Yilmaz

Taxes and Private Consumption Expenditures: A Component-Based Analysis for Turkey by Hüseyin Şen and Ayşe Kaya

The Pernicious Impact of Visa Restrictions on Inbound Tourism: The Case of Turkey by Abdullah S. Karaman