Winter 2021 Journal Roundup

Check out our Journal Roundups for the latest articles in Islamic studies. This is the fortieth iteration to be published and the Winter 2021 edition is now online. The Winter 2021 edition currently has issues from fifty-seven journals in a wide variety of subjects and disciplines and will be revised as more journals announce their Winter issues.

The journal roundup project covers over 90 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. We include only articles; book reviews can be found on the journal sites. Please let us know if we have missed any journals or if you have questions at journals@themaydan.com. [Curated by Aysenur Sonmez Kara and Wali Siddiq].

 Al-Masāq: Journal of the Medieval Mediterranean

Al-Masāq: Journal of the Medieval Mediterranean

Volume 33 Issue 1

Authority beyond Tribe and State in the “Middle Maghrib” By: Corisande Fenwick & Andy Merrills

The Men Who Would Be King: Moorish Political Hierarchies and Imperial Policy in Byzantine Africa By: Andy Merrills

Identifying the Rustamid Imamate. State Building and Urban Foundation through the Case of Tāhart By: Cyrille Aillet

Authority Beyond State and Tribe in the Early Medieval Maghrib: The Impact of Climate on the Economic, Social and Political Reorganisation of the Maghrib al-Aqṣā in the Eighth–Ninth Centuries: The Case of Sijilmāsa (Morocco) By: Chloé Capel

The Banū Yahrāsan, Political and Sacred Leaders in Ibāḍī Djerba By: Virginie Prevost

Arab Studies Quarterly

Arab Studies Quarterly

Volume 43 Issue 1

Multilingualism, Trauma, and Liminality in The Bullet Collection: Contact Zones, Checkpoints, and Liminal Points By: Syrine Hout

Hollywood, American Politics, and Terrorism: When Art Turns into a Political Tool  By: Ali Serdouk

Al-Khumasiya: Syria’s Industrial Conglomerate of the 1950s By: Sami Moubayed

The Fourth Language for all Females”: Women’s Subversive Bodies in Assia Djebar’s Fantasia, an Algerian Calcavade By: Abdel Karim Daragmeh and Bilal Hamamra

 Arabic Sciences and Philosophy: A Historical Journal

Arabic Sciences and Philosophy: A Historical Journal

Volume 31 Issue 1

USE OF THE GALAXY AS A TOOL FOR SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL ORIENTATION DURING THE EARLY ISLAMIC PERIOD AND UP TO THE 15TH CENTURY By: Andreas Eckart

ʾABŪ SAʿĪD AL-SIǦZĪ AND THE “STRUCTURE OF THE ORBS,” THE EARLIEST KNOWN WORK ON HAYʾA By: Younes Mahdavi

AVICENNA ON GRASPING MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS By: Mohammad Saleh Zarepour

AL-ʿAQL DANS LA TRADITION LATINE DU LIBER DE CAUSIS By: Dragos Calma

NOTE SUR L’EXTRACTION DE LA RACINE CARRÉE D’UN ENTIER CHEZ IBN AL-HAYṮAM ET COMPARAISON AVEC AL-BAĠDĀDĪ  By: Leïla Hamouda, Yassine Hachaichi

Asian Affairs

Asian Affairs

Volume 52 Issue 1

THE 2020 MYANMAR ELECTION AND THE 2021 COUP: DEEPENING DEMOCRACY OR WIDENING DIVISION? By: Nehginpao Kipgen

MAKING THE PAST SERVE THE PRESENT: HISTORICAL REVISIONISM IN CHINA’S ONE BELT ONE ROAD PROPAGANDA By:Eyck Freymann

THE CRUMBLING KYRGYZ REPUBLIC By:Charles J. Sullivan

THE RISE OF CHINA AND THE QUESTION OF AN INDO-US ALLIANCE: A PERSPECTIVE FROM INDIA By: Muhsin Puthan Purayil

AFGHANISTAN: THE FAILURE TO INTEGRATE DIN, DAULAT, WATAN AND MILLAT AND THE FALL OF KING AMANULLAH By:Christopher M. Wyatt & Mohammed J. Gulzari

“ONE COUNTRY, TWO HISTORIES”: HOW PRC AND WESTERN NARRATIVES OF CHINA’S PRE-IMPERIAL AND IMPERIAL PAST DIVERGE By: Niv Horesh

LT COL HAMILTON’S 1917 POLITICAL MISSION TO EMIR ABD AL-AZIZ AL-SAUD OF NAJD By: Christoph Baumer

Special Section: The Environment and Social Justice in Asia
CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS IN COASTAL BANGLADESH: MIGRATION, GENDER AND ENVIRONMENTAL INJUSTICE By: Saleh Ahmed & Elizabeth Eklund

Australian Journal of Islamic Studies

Australian Journal of Islamic Studies

Volume 6, Issue 1

Islamic Studies in Australia’s Higher Education Sector By: Halim Rane, Adis Duderija, Jessica Mamone

Some Critical Reflections on al-Jāḥiẓ’s Notions of Ṭabʿ and Ṭibāʿ (Innate Dispositions) By: Zaid Alamiri

Law and Vision: A Reading of Islamic Culture and the Socio-Spatial Structure of Traditional  Settlements By:Majdi Faleh

Religions and Environmental Sustainability: Focusing on Some Practical Approaches by John B. Cobb Jr. and Seyyed Hossein Nasr By:  Md. Abu Sayem

Civilised or Savage: The Effect of Colonialism’s Dichotomus Language on Views of Prophet Muhammad’s Leadership By: Mostafa Hany El-Gashingi

British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies

British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies

Volume 48 Issue 1

New directions in the study of popular culture and politics in the Middle East and North Africa By: Dalia Said Mostafa, Nicola Pratt & Dina Rezk

Political thinking performed: popular cultures as arenas of consent and resistance By: Charles Tripp

The empire’s opposition strikes back: popular culture as creative resistance tool under Turkey’s AKP By: Lisel Hintz

The power of nonsense: humour in Egypt’s counter/revolution By:Jessica Winegar

The cinema of the young Muslim Brothers: claiming a space in Egyptian pop culture By: Catherine Cornet

Queer counterpublics and LGBTQ pop-activism in Jordan By: Ebtihal Mahadeen

Ramallah ravers and Haifa hipsters: gender, class, and nation in Palestinian popular culture By: Polly Withers

Lakum ‘Adatkum wa-Lana al-Musiqa’ A critical engagement with the politics of identity, resistance and affect in Mashrou` Leila’s Music By:Nadine El-Nabli

The palm tree and the fist. The use of popular imagery in the Tunisian protest songs of the 1970s-1980s By: Alessia Carnevale

Returning the megaphone to the people: the Theatre of the Oppressed as artivism in the public space for a new critical citizenry in Morocco By: Sara Borrillo

Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies

Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies

Volume 84 Issue 1

 (Northwest) Semitic sg. *CVCC-, pl. *CVCaC-ū-: Broken plural or regular reflex?  By: Benjamin D. Suchard, Jorik (F.J.) Groen

Bahl Šahastan in the land of the K‘ušans: Medieval Armenian memories of Balkh as an Arsacid capital By: Alison Vacca

“The Time of Lament”: A Momand drama of 1711 through the eyes of Pashtun litterateurs By: Mikhail Pelevin

 Zoroastrian law and the spread of Islam in Iranian society (ninth–tenth century) By: Christian C. Sahner

Bhakti versus rīti? The Sants’ perspective By: Dalpat S. Rajpurohit

Stele for Magistrate Jing Yun 景雲: An Eastern Han memorial stele from the south-west with reference to the Chuci 楚辭 By: Hajni Elias

Central Asian Affairs

Central Asian Affairs

Volume 7 Issue 4

Institutional Design, Local Elite Resistance, and Inequality in Access to Land: Evidence from Cotton-Growing Areas of Tajikistan By: Navruz Nekbakhtshoev

Political Liberalization and Emerging Civil Society in Uzbekistan: The Cases of Public Reaction to Demolition Program and the Use of Forced Labor By: Dilnoza Ubaydullaeva

Central Asian Survey

Central Asian Survey

Volume 40 Issue 1

Art and culture – actors or representatives? By: Aliya de Tiesenhausen

Nation, religion and social heat: heritaging Uyghur mäshräp in Kazakhstan By: Rachel Harris & Ablet Kamalov

The art of the Sixtiers in Soviet Kazakhstan, or how to make a portrait from a skull By: Christianna Bonin

Soviet architecture, Kazakh nationalist sentiments and the making of Soviet Kazakhstan, 1925–33: the cases of Kyzylorda and the House of Government of the Kazakh ASSR in Almaty By: Basan Kuberlinov

From Sufism to communism: incarnations of the Uyghur song ‘Imam Hüsäynim’ By: Mu Qian

Contesting convention: agency in Dushanbe’s contemporary art scene By: Kasia Ploskonka

Queer identity in the contemporary art of Kazakhstan By: Saltanat Shoshanova

Critical Muslim

Critical Muslim

Volume 37 Issue 1

Introduction: Virus Chronicles By: Ehsan Masood
As with past pandemics in history, the coronavirus pandemic of 2020 will have longer-lasting effects.

From God to God By: Syed Nomanul Haq
Primary Arabic sources tell us that around 638, a severe plague broke out in ‘Amwās, the ancient Emmaus in Syria, resulting in massive fatalities among the soldiers of the Arab army.

Short Story: Recreation By: Uzmah Ali
From behind my plastic wall, I hear the hollow footsteps of Munro. Munro always comes in at daybreak, as is her habit.

Iranian Dilemmas By: Lila Randall
Iranian scientists are in a political quagmire. Eight months of deceitful coronavirus guidance has shattered the regime’s authority. A new virus has swept across Iran: distrust.

Montagu and Ottoman Inoculation By: Iftikhar Malik
Historical narratives, like the imperial chronicles, have been dominated by men where either women remain absent, or appear in marginal references.

Brain Fog By: Samia Rahman
It was at the Muslim Institute Winter Gathering on 12 December 2020, regrettably virtual by necessity but still wonderfully vibrant, that writer Medina Whiteman pondered the impact on the creative process of the interminable endlessness of lockdown.

Powerful Idols By: Sara Mohr
Aaron Tugendhaft dedicates this monograph not to ISIS, but to a thorough discussion of images, weaving a story about the power of political images, including their destruction and manipulation, in a tale that truly brings Assyria to the internet.

Critical Muslim

Critical Muslim

Volume 37 Issue 2

Elements of Conviviality
Whether humanity will be able to pull itself up by its own bootstraps is the thousand-dollar question.

Two Poems By:Nazik Al-Malaika
Two poems by Nazik Al-Malaika

COVID-19, Islam and Pseudoscience By: Nidhal Guessoum
All religions of the world have been tested in various and unprecedented ways by this crisis. A number of questions have been raised.

Ten Lessons from the Pandemic: The List
Here are a few lessons from the year the Earth stood still.

Viral Dreams By: Leyla Jagiella
If we are not able to travel, then we are like an arrow which has never left its bow. That is indeed a sentiment that I personally relate to very much.

Qadar By: Usama Hasan
Since the start of the global coronavirus pandemic, a particular hadith of the Prophet, found in the most authentic canonical Sunni collections, has been widely quoted.

Historical Memories By: Osama Siddique
Damascus, Baghdad, Basra, Kabul, Herat. That these names mean so little if anything to most contemporary readers is the tragedy.

Justice For a Praying Person By: Anwar Ibrahim
Human beings require movement. Just as we reach the end of one motion, we have already started planning the next. If we are stopped, we figure out a way to go again.

Critical Muslim

Critical Muslim

Volume 37 Issue 3

White Muslims By: Josef Linhoff
Medina Tenour Whiteman’s The Invisible Muslim: Journeys Through  Whiteness and Islam, explores what is means to be a white Muslim.

Celtics, Saints and Sufis By: Carol Rumens
Poems by Carol Rumens

The Metaphysics of Viruses By: Colin Tudge
The case for the prosecution seems open and shut. Viruses are life’s disrupters – nature’s spivs, gangsters, the ultimate parasites; dogging the lives of all other organisms through their single-minded yet mindless compulsion to replicate.

Existential Terror By: James Brooks
For a year or so in my teens I was convinced that I – and almost everybody I knew – would die in a terrifying brain-disease epidemic.

Viral Corona Capitalism By: Vinay Lal
If, in our capitalist economy, homo sapiens is fundamentally homo economicus, what might be the implications of living in a time, and for a protracted period of time, when as human beings we ceased to be primarily economic agents?

Swollen Feet By: Chandrika Parmar
The lockdown triggered the second biggest migration in the history of India.

Last Word: On Cognitive Immunity By: Ebrahim Moosa
Humans and microbes are interdependent. Humans are often the hosts, but so too are animals, plants and nature generally. In the main, these relationships are beneficial and harmless.

Contemporary Arab Affairs

Contemporary Arab Affairs

Volume 14 Issue 1

Commentary: Features of a Post-Corona World By: Abdelilah Belkeziz

The New Coronavirus and World Geopolitical Transformations By: Mouldi Benalya

The New Coronavirus: The Anomia Phenomenon: An Approach to the Impact of the Pandemic on Social Media Networks By: Benmaghnia Kada

Understanding the Rationales of Donor-Funded NGOs in Palestine: A Game Theory Approach By: Lina Suleiman

Changes in Internationalization at Home in Arab Higher Education Institutions: Is it Time to Really Beef Things Up? By: Rosine Zgheib; Amira Van Loan

A Precarious Balancing Act: Globalization, Political Legitimacy, and Higher Education Expansion in Qatar and the UAE By: Seungah S. Lee

Contemporary Levant

Contemporary Levant

Volume 6 Issue 1

A connected history of eastern Christianity in Syria and Palestine and European cultural diplomacy (1860–1948) By: Karène Sanchez Summerer & Konstantinos Papastathis

Russian policy in the Patriarchate of Antioch from the 1840s to 1914: ‘soft power’ in Syria and Lebanon By: Lora Gerd

The Greek ‘discovery’ of Syria: the 1860 civil war in Lebanon and Damascus and Greek public opinion By: Dimitrios M. Kontogeorgis

The Palestinian graduates of the Imperial Orthodox Palestine Society (IOPS) and the making of the native cultural Nahḍa By: Sadia Agsous

The collapse of the Ottoman Empire and survival strategies of Christian communities in Greater Syria By: Sotiris Roussos

Cultural diplomacy, Church politics, and nationalism in early mandatory Palestine: the case of the Jerusalem Orthodox Church By: Konstantinos Papastathis

A schism in the Melkite Church? The conflict surrounding the seminary of Saint Anne during the Mandate period By: Bernhard Kronegger

Women, Philanthropy and Nationalism in Mandate Palestine. The Greek Ladies’ Union of Jerusalem, 1924–1948 By: Angelos Dalachanis

Palestine’s Syriac Orthodox community and the Dead Sea scrolls By: Sarah Irving

Contemporary Review of the Middle East

Contemporary Review of the Middle East

Volume 8 Issue 1

The Origins of the Early Iranian Enlightenment: The Case of Akhundzade’s “Qirītīkā” By: Mohammad Rezaei

Methodological Problems of Using Arabic-Language Twitter as a Gauge for Arab Attitudes Toward Politics and Society By: Mujtaba Ali Isani

The Fictional World of Ali Al-Muqri as Seen in The Handsome Jew By: Redhwan Qasem Ghaleb Rashed

Terrorism and Counterterrorism in Saudi Arabia By: Sumanto Al Qurtuby, Shafi Aldamer

Exploring the Sustainable Behavior and Practices for Public Tourism Organizations: A Case of Jordan By: Mamoon Allan, Saif Allahham

The Perceptual Shock of Qatar Foreign Policy in 2017 Crisis: Systemic Factors, Regional Struggles Versus Domestic Variables By: Hazal Muslu El Berni

Security Environment and Military Spending of Turkey in the 2000s By: Ramazan Erdağ

Culture and Religion

Culture and Religion

Volume 21 Issue 2

Redemption songs: women, religion, and the moral politics of HIV in Barbados By: David A. B. Murray

‘Every nation who dwells in the land’: Latter-day Saint Internationalisation, sacralising spaces, and the Hill Cumorah Pageant By: Adam Dunstan

‘Only filial piety can produce heirs, not homosexuals!’: an exploration of the glocalised rhetoric of the pro-family movement in Taiwan By: Pei-Ru Liao

Reaching for a new sense of connection: soft atheism and ‘patch and make do’ spirituality amongst nonreligious European millennials By: David Herbert & Josh Bullock

Political discourse of history and action in the political project of José De Alencar during imperial Brazil By: Marcus A. Lyra Alves

Divergent Islamic perspectives: yoga through the lens of societal custom By: Mostafa Amini & Anwar Ouassini

Der Islam

Der Islam

Volume 98 Issue 1

Thematic Focus: Rasūlid Entanglement in the Medieval Islamic World and Beyond

Introduction: Rasūlid Entanglement in the Medieval Islamic World and Beyond By: Daniel Mahoney, Daniel Varisco

Eunuchs at the Service of Yemen’s Rasūlid Dynasty (626‒858/1229‒1454) By: Magdalena Moorthy Kloss

Treasuring Yemen: Notes on Exchange and Collection in Rasūlid Material Culture By: Ellen Kenney

The Rasūlids and the Bountiful Sea: Marine Resources, State Control, and Maritime Culture in the Southern Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden (626/1229‒854/1454) By: Roxani Eleni Margariti

Reading Rasūlid Maps: An Early 14th-Century Geographical Resource By: Daniel Martin Varisco

Evolving Rasūlid Narratives of Opposition to Sultan al-Manṣūr Nūr al-Dīn ʿUmar (d. 647/1250) in Yemen By: Daniel Mahoney

Sachfahndung nach einem Raubmord in Saqāwa By: Ayman Aly Shahin

Four Arabic Legal Documents Belonging to ʿAmmār b. Salama b. ʿAbd al-Wārith By: Khaled Younes

Three Unpublished Scrolls Attesting to Pilgrimages to Mecca and Medina (16th century) By: Sergio Carro Martín

Die Welt des Islams

Die Welt des Islams

Volume 61 Issue 1

Michael Winter (1934–2020) Author: Meir Hatina

Khomeini and Muḥammad al-Shīrāzī: Revisiting the Origins of the “Guardianship of the Jurisconsult” (wilāyat al-faqīh) Author: Oliver Scharbrodt

The Philosophy of Taha Abderrahman: A Critical Study Author: Farid Suleiman

Envisioning Turco-Arab Co-Existence between Empire and Nationalism Author: Alp Yenen

Johann Christoph Bürgel, Liebesrausch und Liebestod in der islamischen Dichtung des 7. bis 15. Jahrhunderts Author: Yasemin Gökpinar

Michael Frey, Liberalismus mit Gemeinsinn. Die politische Philosophie Nassif Nassars im libanesischen Kontext Author: Stefan Wild

Brannon D. Ingram, Revival from Below. The Deoband Movement and Global Islam Author: Simon Wolfgang Fuchs

Ammeke Kateman, Muḥammad ʿAbduh and His Interlocutors: Conceptualizing Religion in a Globalizing World Author: Florian Zemmin

Gottfried Liedl und Peter Feldbauer, Al-Filāḥa. Islamische Landwirtschaft – Peter Feldbauer, At-Tiǧāra. Handel und Kaufmannskapital in der islamischen Welt des 7.-13. Jahrhunderts Author: Albrecht Fuess

Lambertus Willem Cornelis van Lit, Among Digitized Manuscripts. Philology, Codicology, Paleography in a Digital World Author: Christine Roughan

Oliver Stein, Nachrichtendienstoffizier im Osmanischen Reich. Ernst Adolf Muellers Kriegseinsatz und Gefangenschaft im Vorderen Orient 1915–1919. Mit einer kritischen Edition seiner Erinnerungen Author: Markos P. Carelos

Nuryoghdi Toshov, (ed.), Īsh Murād b. Ādīna Muḥammad al-ʿAlavī: Jamshīdī ṭavāyifī fatḥi (The Subjugation of the Jamshīdīs) Author: Devin DeWeese

Katherine Ann Wiley, Work, Social Status, and Gender in Post-Slavery Mauritania Author: Ulrich Rebstock

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

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

Volume 19 Issue 1

 Introduction: Gender, Cultural Constructions and Representations in the Gulf Authors: Sarina Wakefield and Sabrina DeTurk

The Apocalyptic Hijab: Emirati Mediations of Pious Fashion and Conflict Talk  Author: Ahmed Yaqoub AlMaazmi

Engendering Change: Charting a History of the Emirates through Women Artists Author: Elizabeth Derderian

From Invisible to Actualized: Imagery and Identity in Photos of Women in the Gulf Authors: Marjorie Kelly and Sara Essa Al-Ajmi

Exploring the Nation: Gender, Identity and Cuisine in the UAE Author: Ayisha Khansaheb

Beyond “Man” vs. Nature: Pearling and the Construction of Gender, Generation, and Heritage in Bahrain Author: John Thabiti Willis

History of Religions

History of Religions

Volume 60 Issue 3

Africana Esoteric Studies and Western Intellectual Hegemony: A Continuing Conversation with Western Esotericism By: Stephen C. Finley, Biko Mandela Gray, and Hugh R. Page Jr.

Religion in the Mirror of the Other: The Discursive Value of Cult-Atrocity Stories in Mediterranean Antiquity By: David Frankfurter

Between Sound and Silence in Early Yoga: Meditation on “Om” at Death By: Finnian M. M. Gerety

 International Journal of Islamic Architecture

International Journal of Islamic Architecture

Volume 10 Issue 1

IJIA: The Journal, the Field, and the Future

Facing Challenges Through Innovation: Redefining the Field of Islamic Architecture at IJIA Author: Gharipour, Mohammad

Islamic Architecture in Print: Reflections on Ten Years of IJIA Authors: Blessing, Patricia; Ferguson, Heather L.; Kilinç, Kivanç

Views of Islamic Architecture and on the Field: Photographs from IJIA’s First Decade Author: Coslett, Daniel E.

Transitions: A Postscript Author: Khan, Hasan-Uddin

Research, Historiography, and Scope

Continuity and Rupture in Islamic Architecture Author: Rabbat, Nasser

The Study of Islamic Architecture: Reflections on an Expanding Field Authors: Blair, Sheila S.; Bloom, Jonathan M.

Widening the Horizons for the Study of Islamic Architecture Author: O’Kane, Bernard

From Garden to Landscape: Lessons from the Taj and the Alhambra Author: Ruggles, D. Fairchild

A Field Without Fieldwork: Sustaining the Study of Islamic Architecture in the Twenty-first Century Author: Um, Nancy

Education, Curation, and Publication

Reorienting Perspectives: Why I Do Not Teach a Course Titled ‘Islamic Architecture’ Author: Bogdanović, Jelena

Curating the ‘Islamic’: The Personal and the Political Author: Michelsen, Leslee Katrina

Displaying Islamic Arts in Global Cities Author: Correia, Jorge

Islamic Architecture on the Move: Publishing Architectural History in the Digital Age Author: Micklewright, Nancy

Documenting Islamic Architecture: Objectives and Outcomes in a Time of War Author: Smith, Sharon C.

Illustrating Islamic Architecture: On Visual Presentation and Scholarship Author: Korn, Lorenz

Geography, Chronology, and Boundaries

Modern Architecture and Colonialism in the Islamic World Author: Mclaren, Brian L.

Neo-Eurocentrism and Science: Implications for the Historiography of Islamic Art and Architecture Author: Akkach, Samer

Carving an Epistemological Space for Southeast Asia: Historiographical and Critical Engagements Author: Tajudeen, Imran Bin

Silencing Palestinian Architectural History in Israel: Reflections on Scholarship and Activism Author: Nitzan-Shiftan, Alona

Practice, Purpose, and Identity

A Trinity of Values in Architecture for Muslim Societies Author: Badran, Rasem

Relevance, Tradition, and Practice in Islamic Architecture: A Personal Journey Author: Mumtaz, Kamil Khan

The ‘Islamic-Modern’ Project in this Age of Uncertainty Author: Prakāsh, Vikramāditya

International Journal of Middle East Studies

International Journal of Middle East Studies

Volume 53 Issue 1

Public Tears: Populism and the Politics of Emotion in AKP’s Turkey By: Senem Aslan

Abbasid Politics and Performative Panegyric: The Poetry of ʿAli ibn Jabala By: Fahd Alebdha

Muslim-Jewish Sexual Liaisons Remembered and Imagined in 20th-Century Yemen By: Mark S. Wagner

One-Humped History: The Camel as Historical Actor in the Late Ottoman Empire By: Onur İnal

Labor Migration from Kruševo: Mobility, Ottoman Transformation, and the Balkan Highlands in the 19th Century By: Akın Sefer, Aysel Yıldız, Mustafa Erdem Kabadayı

The “Second Egypt”: Cretan Refugees, Agricultural Development, and Frontier Expansion in Ottoman Cyrenaica, 1897–1904 By: Fredrick Walter Lorenz

Decentering Egyptian Historiography
Roundtable

Decentering Egyptian Historiography: Provincializing Geographies, Methodologies, and Sources By: Lucia Carminati, Mohamed Gamal-Eldin

Asyut in Modern Times: The Problem of Invisibility By: Peter Gran

Decentering Egyptian History: The View from the Libyan Borderland By: Matthew H. Ellis

When Upper Egypt Spoke: Dramatized Rebellion By: Zeinab Abul-Magd

Of Fistulas, Sutures, and Silences By: Beth Baron

Daily Encounters That Make History: History from Below and Archival Collaboration By: Hanan Hammad

Iranian Studies

Iranian Studies

Volume 52 Issue 1-2

Written Representation of Temporal Power in Safavid Material Culture By: Pouye Khoshkhoosani

The Nature of Legitimacy: Representations of the Natural World in Iskandar Beg Munshi’s Tārīkh-e ʿĀlam-ārā-ye ʿAbbāsī By: Amit Sadan

Women’s Writing in Action: On Female-authored Hajj Narratives in Qajar Iran By: Piotr Bachtin

The Allure of Untranslatability: Shafiʿi-Kadkani and (Not) Translating Persian Poetry By: Aria Fani

Jāmī, a Legend in China: A Study of the Transmission and Transformation of Jāmī’s Texts in China By: Yiming Shen

Iran in the World

France among the Most-Favored Nations: The French Commercial Policy and Influence in Iran (1815–48) By: Mehdi Mousavi

The Keur Farah Pahlavi Project and Iranian-Senegalese Relations in the 1970s By: Robert Steele

Change and Continuity: Late Qajar Period

The Curious Addition of Non-Religious Characters to The Martyrdom of Imam Husain By: Lucy Deacon

Modernity and Its Discontents: Newspapers, Censorship, and the Press Law in Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Iran By: Negin Nabavi

The Origins of Dabestān: Mīrzā Ḥasan Rushdīyeh and the Quest for New Education By: Navid Zarrinnal

Traces of Pharyngeal Consonants in Isfahani Persian: A Case of Language Contact By: Habib Borjian

Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations

Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations

Volume 32 Issue 1

Professor G. W. Leitner in England: The Oriental Institute, Woking Mosque, Islam and Relations with Muslims, 1884–1899 By: Jamie Gilham

Original Sin vs. Original Grace: The Adamic Fall and the Primordial Covenant By: Ismail Lala

Lamenting Karbala in Europe: Husayni Liturgy and Discourses of Dissent amongst Diasporic Bahraini and Lebanese Shiis By: Fouad Gehad Marei & Yafa Shanneik

‘Spiritualized Islam’: Reconfigurations of Islamic Dogma Among Young Non-Organized Muslims in Norway By: Signe Aarvik

There’s More Than One Way to Tie a Ḥijāb: Female Conversion to Islam in Ukraine By: Denys Shestopalets

Islamic Law and Society

Islamic Law and Society

Volume 28 Issue 1-2

“Why Study Uṣūl al-Fiqh?”: The Problem of Taqlīd and Tough Cases in 4th-5th /10th-11th Century Iraq Author: Youcef L. Soufi

Vernacular Legalism in the Ottoman Empire: Confession, Law, and Popular Politics in the Debate over the “Religion of Abraham (millet-i Ibrāhīm)” Author: Nir Shafir

Are Cryptocurrencies ḥalāl? On the Sharia-Compliancy of Blockchain-Based Fintech Author: Irene K. F. Kirchner

Jonathan E. Brockopp (2017), Muhammad’s Heirs: The Rise of Muslim Scholarly Communities, 622–950 Author: Scott Lucas

Sarah Stroumsa (2019), Andalus and Sefarad: On Philosophy and Its History in Islamic Spain Author: Luke B. Yarbrough

Israel Affairs

Israel Affairs

Volume 27 Issue 1

From underdog to occupier: Israel’s tarnished image By: Yoav Gelber

The unspoken purpose of the academic boycott By: Martin Kramer

Human Rights Watch’s anti-Israel Agenda By: Gerald M. Steinberg

Israel in modern Jewish identity: an internal debate By: Evyatar Friesel

The Palestinian campaign against Israel at the United Nations Human Rights Council By: Eytan Gilboa

Birds of a feather vote together? EU and Arab League UNGA Israel voting By: Leah Mandler & Carmela Lutmar

The ICC’s Prosecutor in the service of Palestinian Lawfare By: Assaf Derri

The Negev Bedouin as a de-legitimization tool By: Havatzelet Yahel

The coalescence of anti-Zionist ideologies By: Henri Stellman

The Covert War: From BDS to De-legitimization to Antisemitism By: Lev Topor

East-West Asia relations: the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and civil society in South Korea and Japan By: Michal Zelcer-Lavid & Yoram Evron

The BDS as an example of Soviet political warfare By: Nelly Atlan

Israel Affairs

Israel Affairs

Volume 27 Issue 2

Fateful betrayal: how the reneging of an American commitment helped spark the 1967 War and shape the course of the Arab-Israeli conflict By: Steven R. David

Israeli teacher training 1948-2019: declared and concealed aspects of a contradictory policy By: Orit Oved & Nirit Raichel

Rural schools as Israeli acculturation agents for immigrant communities in the first two decades of statehood By: Tali Tadmor-Shimony

Together we stand, divided we fall: the Arab minority in Israel’s general elections, 2019-20 By: Gadi Hitman

Emotions, economic expectations and risk attitudes among soldiers during a military operation By: Sharon Garyn-Tal & Shosh Shahrabani

Nano-poetics and a nano-representation of the Israeli milieu in Yossel Birstein’s short-short bus-stories By: Orna Levin

In search of the ‘second-best solution’ to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict By: Radka Havlová & Petr Pavlík

How the sister cities program promotes tourism By: Gil Cohen

The agenda power of non-legislative tools By: Osnat Akirav

Jerusalem Quarterly

Jerusalem Quarterly

Volume 84

“We Built This Country”: Palestinian Citizens in Israel’s Construction Industry, 1948–73 By : Nimrod Ben Zeev

Migrants, Residents, and the Cost of Illegal Home-Making in Mandate Palestine By : Lauren Banko

Unchilding by Domicidal Assault: Narrating Experiences of Home during the Second Intifada By : Heidi Morrison

Virtual Reality Encounters at the Israel Museum: Palestinian Homes and Heartlands By : Sabrien Amrov

An Honest Broker?: The American Consul in Jerusalem, Otis A. Glazebrook (1914–20) By : Roberto Mazza

And They Go on Learning By : Hadeel Salameh

Maqdisi Ulema Displaced during the Crusades and Their Influence on Intellectual Life in Damascus By : Jehad Suleiman Salem al-Masri

Journal of Africana Religions

Journal of Africana Religions

Volume 9 Issue 1

Missa Luba, An American Mass Program, and the Transnationalism of Twentieth-Century Black Roman Catholic Liturgical Music By: Kim R. Harris

No Condition Is Permanent: Time as Method in Contemporary African Christian Theology By: David Ngong

The Prosperity Gospel: Debating Modernity in Africa and the African Diaspora By: James Kwateng-Yeboah

Africana Religions beyond Belief By: Monica R. Miller, Christopher Driscoll

The Place of Christianity in the Critical Debates of Africana Religious Studies By: Joshua Settles

An Afro-centric Approach to Public Health: Africana Religions and Public Health in Graduate Education By: Amanda Furiasse

Journal of the American Academy of Religion

Journal of the American Academy of Religion

Volume 89 Issue 1

Foucault’s Christianities By: Niki Kasumi Clements

Refiguring Christianity and Black Atlantic Religion: Representation, Essentialism, and Christian Variation in the Southern Caribbean By: Brendan Jamal Thornton

Hagiography Unbound: A Theory of Making and Using Holy Media By: Aaron T Hollander

Bringing the Dead Home: Hindu Invitation Rituals in Tamil South India By: Amy L Allocco

Sufi Reformism and the Politics of Enchantment in Nasser’s Egypt (1954–1970) By: Arthur Shiwa Zárate

Gendering Heterodoxy: The Corporeal Politics of Xiejiao in Chinese Christianity By: Xiaobo Yuan

Embodied Theodicy: From Conceptual to Bodily Engagements with Suffering By: Taylor Paige Winfield

Strategic Spirituality: Positive Psychology, the Army, and the Ambiguities of “Spirituality Fitness” By: Steven Weitzman

Sober in Mecca, Drunk in Byzantium: Antinomian Space in the Poetry of ʿAṭṭār By: Cyrus Ali Zargar

The Matter of Race: Brotherhood of St. Moses the Black and the Retelling of African American History through Orthodox Christian Forms By: Elena V. Kravchenko

Journal of the American Oriental Society

Journal of the American Oriental Society

Volume 141 Issue 1

The Life and Works of Abū al-Ḥusayn ʿAbd al-Bāqī b. Qāniʿ By: Pavel Pavlovitch

The Early Shiʿi Kufan Traditionists’ Perspective on the Rightly Guided Caliphs By: I-Wen Su

The Ancient Indian Alcoholic Drink Called Surā: Vedic Evidence By: James McHugh

What Difference Does the Harivaṃśa Make to the Mahābhārata? By: Simon Brodbeck

The Aesthetic of Brightness in Han Mirror Inscriptions By: Yanlong Guo

The Flavors of Monks’ Poetry: On a Witty Disparagement and Its Influences By: Jason Protass

If Not, Or Else, and Maybe in Akkadian and Perhaps in Hebrew By: Eran Cohen

Mandaic and the Palestinian Question By: Charles Häberl

The Chronotope of the Threshold in Gilgamesh By: Sophus Helle

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

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

Volume 10 Issue 1

Temptations of Autocracy: How Saudi Arabia Influences and Attracts Its Neighbourhood By: Tobias Zumbrägel & Thomas Demmelhuber

Yemen’s Defence Structure: Hybridity and Patronage after the State By: Eleonora Ardemagni

Modern Heritage and the Living City: Arab Identity and Modernization in the Architecture of Abu Dhabi By: Eugenia López Reus, Mohamed El Amrousi & Evan K. Paleologos

Rethinking Gulf Energy Security in the 21st Century By: Tore T. Petersen

Qatar, Energy Security, and Strategic Vision in a Small State By: Rory Miller

Between Populism and (Electric) Power: Reconciling a Green Shift and Popular Legitimacy in Kuwait By: Jon Nordenson

Economic Diversification and Energy Security in Oman: Natural Gas, the X Factor? By: Marc Valeri

The GCC and Changing Global Energy Environment By: Anoushiravan Ehteshami

Moving off the Gold Standard: Energy, Security, “Stateness”, and the Nuclearisation of the Gulf By: Clive Jones

Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies

Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies

Volume 21

Language and Revolution: Arabic in Lebanon after the October Revolution as a case study By: Ana Iriarte Díez

An Explorative Journey Through Hadith Collections: Connecting Early Islamic Arabia with the World By: Orhan Elmaz

‘Modern’ Law and Its Subjects in Tawfīq al-Ḥakīm’s Diary of a Country Prosecutor (1937) By: Gianluca P. Parolin

Journal of Asian and African Studies

Journal of Asian and African Studies

Volume 56 Issue 1

The Constitutional Court of South Africa: Thoughts on its 25-Year-Long Legacy of Judicial Activism By: Lucky Mathebe

The Appointment of Judges: Reflections on the Performance of the South African Judicial Service Commission By: Chris Oxtoby

Trusting Democracy: The Law Can Work for Refugees, but what the System Needs Is an ‘Injection of Humanity’ By: Fatima Khan, Siphokazi Mbatani, Charlotte Marais

South Africa’s International Relations: A New Dawn? By: Cheryl Hendricks, Nkululeko Majozi

Regulatory Politics in South Africa 25 Years After Apartheid By: Jonathan Klaaren

Safeguarding the Republic? The South African Police Service, Legitimacy and the Tribulations of Policing a Violent Democracy By: Guy Lamb

Governmentality and South Africa’s Edifice of Gender and Sexual Rights By: Desiree Lewis

Queer at 25: A Critical Perspective on Queerness, Politics and Futures By: Melanie Judge

Debunking the Apartheid Spatial Grid: Developing a Socially Just Architecture Curriculum at a University of Technology By: Asanda Ngoasheng

Journal of Asian and African Studies

Journal of Asian and African Studies

Volume 56 Issue 2

The Military Post-Mugabe By: Godfrey Maringira

From ‘Defending Sovereignty’ to ‘Fighting Corruption’: The Political Place of Law in Zimbabwe After November 2017 By: Susanne Verheul

‘Open for Business’ but Bankrupt: Currencies, the ‘New Dispensation’ and the Zimbabwean Economy By: Tinashe Nyamunda

Women in Zimbabwean Politics Post-November 2017 By: Sandra Bhatasara, Manase Kudzai Chiweshe

Zimbabwe’s Foreign Policy Under Mnangagwa By: Henning Melber, Roger Southall

Movement for Democratic Change and the Rise of Nelson Chamisa By: Gift Mwonzora, Obert Hodzi

The Impacts of Drought and the Adaptive Strategies of Small-Scale Farmers in uMsinga, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa By: Shenelle J Lottering, Paramu Mafongoya, Romano Lottering

Transitioning from Relief to Development: Challenges and Opportunities: The Case of GOAL Zimbabwe in Buhera District By: Wonder Mafuta, Joseph Kamuzhanje

China Opposing Nuclear Nonproliferation: A Rational Policy with an Ideological Mask By: Hongyu Zhang

Fighting Corruption While Having Hands Tied: A Case Study of Thailand’s Public Sector Anti-Corruption Commission By: Dhiyathad Prateeppornnarong

Compressed Development of Outward Foreign Direct Investment: New Challenges to the Chinese Government By: Dongkun Li, Yang Zhang

Sustainable Conflict Resolution through Community Based Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Planning in Fragile and Conflict Situations: The Case of Somalia By: Wonder Mafuta, Jethro Zuwarimwe, Joseph Kamuzhanje, Marizvikuru Mwale, Ronald Chipaike

Unpacking the Roles of Religion and Partisanship on Support for Same-Sex Marriage: Evidence from South Korea By: Timothy S Rich, Andi Dahmer, Isabel Eliassen

An Analysis of ‘Operation Phakisa’ to Unlock the Potential of Ocean Resources in South Africa By: Kola Sola Odeku

The Lingering Effects of Losing and Nonvoting on Institutional Trust: An Analysis of South Korea By: Timothy S Rich, Lucas Knight, Andi Dahmer

Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient

Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient

Volume 64 Issue 1-2

History in High Places: Tatarna Monastery and the Pindus Mountains By: Molly Greene

“Unable to Dismiss Them”: Re-assessing the Jewish “Court Bankers” of Abbasid Baghdad, 908–932 By:  Jennifer Grayson

China and the Two Romes. The 1081 and 1091 “Fulin” Embassies to the Song Empire By: Romain Thurin

Pirates and Pilgrims: The Plunder of the Ganj-i Sawai, the Hajj, and a Mughal Captain’s Perspective By: Tyler Joseph Kynn

The Forgotten Jihad under Japan: Muslim Reformism and the Promise of Indonesian Independence By: Michael Laffan

The Politics of Religion in the Japanese Empire: Responses to and Reflections on Michael Laffan’s “The Forgotten Jihad under Japan” By: Kelly A. Hammond

A Comment on Michael Laffan’s JESHO Lecture By: Cyrus Schayegh

Journal of Humanity and Society

Journal of Humanity and Society

Volume 45 Issue 1

“Putting Everything up There”: Framing How We Navigate the Intricacies of Privacy and Security on Social Media By: Keith Spiller

Can We Quantify Ethical Consumption?: Reflections on a Decade-Long Exercise in Public Sociology By: Ellis Jones

Teaching for Change: Identities and the Work of Educators of Elementary Children By: Dana Prewitt

The “Eyes” Are Watching You: Social Control in an Introduction to Sociology Classroom By: Jennifer Vanderminden, Julia F. Waity, Caroline Robinson

Signifying “Americanness”: Narrative Collective Identification Work in the Undocumented Youth Movement By: Emily R. Cabaniss, Jeffrey A. Gardner

Journal of Islamic Manuscripts

Journal of Islamic Manuscripts

Volume 12 Issue 1

Ibadi Manuscripts in a European Collection: The Kitāb al-Barbariyya and the Private Papers of Auguste Bossoutrot (1856–1937) By: Vermondo Brugnatelli

Ibadi Copyists in the Mzab Valley, Algeria (9th–10th/15th–16th Century) By: Aissa Hadj Mahammed

La production des actes de waqf ibadites et autres en Tunisie à l’ époque moderne By: Mohamed Merimi

From Djerba to Warjalān: Manuscript Letters in Private Ibadi Libraries and Their Importance for the Study of Communication among the Maghribi Ibadi Communities By: Mohamed Neji

Journal of Islamic Studies

Journal of Islamic Studies

Volume 32 Issue 1

Sufi Asceticism and the Sunna of the Prophet in al-Junayd’s Adab al-Muftaqir ilā Allāh By: John Zaleski

Ibn Khaldūn Between Legal Theory and Legal Practice By: Mourad Laabdi

Semantic Mapping of An Ottoman Fetva Compilation: EBUSSUUD Efendi’s Jurisprudence through a Computational Lens By: Boğaç Ergene, Atabey Kaygun

Journal of the Middle East and Africa

Journal of the Middle East and Africa

Volume 12 Issue 1

Fred Donner and Tilman Nagel on Muslims and Believers By: Joseph Spoerl

Transnational Ethnic Channels as Factors of Contagion, Internationalization, and the “Proxyfication” of Internal Conflicts: The Contrasting Cases of Amazighs and Kurds By: Denis S. Golubev

The First Oil Shock? Nixon, Congress, and the 1973 Petroleum Crisis By: Jordan Cohen

The Death of Colonel ʿAdnān al-Mālkī in 1955 and the Intra-Sunni Balance of Power in Syria By: Joel D. Parker

Christian (Second-Order) Minorities and the Struggle for the Homeland: The Assyrian Democratic Movement in Iraq and the Nineveh Plains Protection Units By: Gregory J. Kruczek

Journal of Middle East Women's Studies

Journal of Middle East Women's Studies

Volume 17 Issue 1

Lalla Essaydi’s Bullets and Bullets Revisited: Aesthetic and Epistemic Violence in a Globalized Art World By: Naïma Hachad

An Inner Voice Liberated: Feminist Reading of Lilian Weisberger’s Artwork By: Shahar Marnin-Distelfeld

Popularizing and Promoting Nene Hatun as an Iconic Turkish Mother in Early Cold War Turkey By: Gözde Emen-Gökatalay

From Guerrilla Girls to Zainabs: Reassessing the Figure of the “Militant Woman” in the Iranian Revolution By: Arielle Gordon

Styling Strength: Pious Fashion and Fitness on Surviving Hijab By: Sonali Pahwa

Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs

Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs

Volume 41 Issue1

Media Coverage of Two Violent Events with Muslim Perpetrators in Australia and the Netherlands By: Karien Dekker, Maša Mikola & Val Colic-Peisker

Growing Fear of Islamisation: Representation of Online Media in Malaysia By: Murni Wan Mohd Nor & Peter Gale

Heartbreaking vs. Heartwarming Facebook Advertisements by Nonprofits to Help the Rohingya Refugees By: Syed Ali Hussain & Helen Wieffering

Muslims and Immigrants in the Populist Discourse of the French Party Rassemblement National and Its Leader on Twitter By: Abderrahim Ait Abdeslam

Chinese Oppressive Policies Towards the Muslims in East Turkistan By: Mehmetali Kasim

Moving Towards Human Catastrophe: The Abrogation of Article 370 in Kashmir Valley By: Robina Khan, Muhammad Zubair Khan & Zafar Abbas

Islamic with Turkish Connections: Atiya’s and Zeyneb’s Counter-narratives to the West By: Md. Mahmudul Hasan

Doing Family, Gender, Religion and Raced Identities across Generations: A Narrative Ethnography on Ismaili Women of Indian East African Heritage By: Susana Salvaterra TrovÃo

From Shah Bano to Shayara Bano (1985–2017): Changing Feminist Positions on the Politics of Muslim Personal Law, Women’s Rights and Minority Rights in India By: Ummul Fayiza

The Non-Impact of Religious Practices on the Process of Inclusion and Participation of Belgian Muslims By: Corinne Torrekens

Contemporary Salafism in Singapore By: Syed Huzaifah Bin Othman Alkaff & Muhammad Haziq Bin Jani

Tamlīk-proper to Quasi-tamlīk: Unconditional Cash Transfer (UCT) of Zakat Money, Empowering the Poor and Contemporary Modes of Distributing Zakat Money with Special Reference to British Muslim Charities By: Shahrul Hussain

Journal of Muslims in Europe

Journal of Muslims in Europe

Volume 10 Issue 1

Contextualising the Socialisation of Muslim Minorities within Parental Upbringing Values in the Netherlands: The Case of Moroccan-Dutch By: Habiba Chafai

The Interior Frontiers of Germany: On Recursive History and Ritual Male Circumcision By: Luis Manuel Hernández Aguilar

Islamic Communities in Post-Yugoslav Countries: The Legacies of the Islam Act of 1912 By: Dunja Larise

A Silent Quest for New Shīʿa Religious Leaders in Italy By: Minoo Mirshahvalad

“Page after Page I Thought, That’s the Way It Is”: Academic Knowledge and the Making of the ‘Islam Debate’ in the Netherlands By: Martijn de Koning and Thijl Sunier

The Journal of North African Studies

The Journal of North African Studies

Volume 26 Issue 2

Political socialisation and intergenerational transmission: life stories of young social movement activists in Morocco By: Christoph H. Schwarz

‘Nothing will ever be the same again’. Personal commitment and political subjectivation in the 20 February Movement in Morocco By: Francesco Vacchiano & Hafsa Afailal

Associations and young people during the Tunisian transition: pluralism, socialisation, and democratic legitimation? By: Thierry Desrues & Ana Velasco Arranz

A new offer of commitment and work for qualified youth? Democratic monitoring associations in post-Ben Ali Tunisia By: Amine Ben Mami & Eric Gobe

Algerian youth and the political struggle for dignity: evolution, trends and new forms of mobilisation By: Laurence Thieux

Youth and activism in Algeria. The question of political generations By: Ratiba Hadj-Moussa

Challenging hegemony, imaging alternatives. Everyday youth discourses and practices of resistance in contemporary Tunisia By: Giovanni Cordova

Journal of North African Studies

Journal of North African Studies

Volume 26 Issue 3

Arguments for preserving the sustainable heritage of colonial Algiers By: Nadia S. Daoudi

From talk to action: an effective recovery strategy for Oran’s historic centre? By: Mohamed Madani

Twentieth century architecture in Oran: its contemporary heritage-value By: Nabila Metair

The work of historic preservation: saving Oran’s Fort Santa Cruz, and more: an interview with Abdeslem Abdelhak, Bel Horizon member and guide By: Diana Wylie

Housing for the greatest number: Casablanca’s under-appreciated public housing developments By: Karim Rouissi

Amazigh language use, perceptions and revitalisation in Morocco: the case of Rabat-Sale region By: Abdellah Idhssaine & Yamina El Kirat

The future of minorities in the governance process in North Africa By: George Joffé

Civil society in Tunisia: from islands of resistance to tides of political change By: Zuzana Hudáková

‘A tongue tells a thousand truths’: narration, translation and illustration in Mohamed Mrabet’s Chocolate Creams and Dollars By: María Porras Sánchez & Lhoussain Simour

(Dis)Enchanting modernity: Sufism and its temporality in the thought of Mohammed Abed al-Jabri and Taha Abdurrahman By: Mohamed Wajdi Ben Hammed

Journal of Qur'anic Studies

Journal of Qur'anic Studies

Volume 23 Issue 1

Qur’anic Exegesis at the Confluence of Twelver Shiism and Sufism: Sayyid Ḥaydar Āmulī’s al-Muḥīṭ al-aʿẓam By: Nicholas Boylston

Did Modernity End Polyvalence? Some Observations on Tolerance for Ambiguity in Sunni tafsīr By: Pieter Coppens

The Qur’an Commentary of al-Bayḍāwī: A History of Anwār al-tanzīl By: Walid A. Saleh

Journal of Religion in Africa

Journal of Religion in Africa

Volume 49 Issue 2

Women Living a Discourse of Resistance: South African Islamist Biographies as Journeys of Everyday Political Islam By: Gadija Ahjum

Understanding Religion and Politics in Africa: A Call for the Re-enchantment of the Scholarly Imagination By: Anicka Fast

The Historical Role of African Churches in the Healing Systems in Mbeya Region from the 1980s to the Present By: Ashura Jackson Ngoya

The 1951–52 Benin City Catholic Church Crisis: Irish Catholic Clergy versus African Nationalism By: Uyilawa Usuanlele

Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society

Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society

Volume 31 Issue 1

Building a Library: The Arabic and Persian Manuscript Collection of Sir William Jones By: Jonathan Lawrence

Chinggis Khan Defeated: Plano Carpini, Jūzjānī and the Symbolic Origins of the Mongol Empire By: Simon Berger

The Murder of the Jewish Chieftain Ka‘b b. al-Ashraf: A Re-examination By: Ehsan Roohi

Yemeni Inscriptions, Iraqi Chronicles, Hijazi Poetry: A Reconstruction of the Meaning of Isrāʾ in Qur’an 17:1 By: Nathaniel Miller

New Lights on Raja Krishnachandra and Early Hindu-European Intellectual Exchange By: Joshua Ehrlich

The Jamaat of Allah’s Friends: Maulana Allahyar’s Reformist Movement and Sacralising the Space of the Armed Forces of Pakistan By: Saadia Sumbal

Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

Volume 44 Issue 2

Baghdad in the Middle: Iraq’s Negotiation of its Constrained Sovereignty during the Trump Presidency By: Ibrahim Al-Marashi

Israel and Armenia: So Near Experientially, But So Far Away Geopolitically? By: Michael B. Bishku

Communal Dimensions of the Arab Spring: State and Non-State Logics in Current Middle East Politics By: Shaul Mishal, Eliran Bar-El

The Plight of the Bangladeshi Women Migrants in the Middle East By: Ala Uddin

Journal of Sufi Studies

Journal of Sufi Studies

Volume 9 Issue 1

Rūmī’s Mathnawī, Book Two: The Transformation of Blood to Milk and the Transfiguration of the Senses By: Sassan Zand Moqaddam and Mehdi Nourian

The Point of Reality and the Circle of Appearance: The Sufi Philosophy of Maḥmūd Shabistarī’s Gulshan-i rāz through the Lens of Shams al-Dīn Lāhījī’s Mafātīḥ al-iʿjāz By: Sayeh Meisami

Muḥammad al-Ṣūfī, the Prophet Muḥammad, and Ibn al-Fāriḍ: Creative Trends in Arabic Religious Poetry in the 9th/15th Century By: Th. Emil Homerin

Transposing Metaphors and Poetics from Text to World: The Theo-Poetics of Lāhūrī’s “Mystical Commentary” on Ḥāfiẓ’s Love Lyrics By: Axel Marc Oaks Takacs

Medieval Encounters

Medieval Encounters

Volume 26 Issue 6

The Quest for the “Charity Dish”: Interpretation in the Hebrew Arthurian Translation Melekh Artus (1279, Northern Italy) By: Caroline Gruenbaum

Traces of Late Medieval Jewish Scotism: A Catalan Translation in Hebrew Script of De distinctione predicamentorum by Petrus Thomae By: Ilil Baum

Penitence and Crusade in the Assumption Chapel of the Real Monasterio de Las Huelgas, Burgos By: Jessica Renee Streit

Middle East Critique

Middle East Critique

Volume 30 Issue 1

The Forms of a Travelling Theory: A New Approach to Gramsci’s Texts By: Michele Filippini

Beginnings, Continuities and Revivals: An Inventory of the New Arab Left and an Ongoing Arab Left Tradition By: Michaelle Browers

Mahdi Amel: On Colonialism, Sectarianism and Hegemony By: Hicham Safieddine

Hegemony, Domination, Corruption and Fraud in the Arab Region By: Gilbert Achcar

Molecular Transformations: Reading the Arab Uprisings with and beyond Gramsci By: Alessandra Marchi

Revolutionary Weakness in Gramscian Perspective: the Arab Middle East and North Africa since 2011 By: John Chalcraft

The Middle East Journal

The Middle East Journal

Volume 74 Issue 4

Tribe and State in the Arabian Peninsula By: Peterson, J.E.

Cities, Globalized Hubs, and Nationalism in the Persian Gulf By: Kamrava, Mehran

The BRI Is What Small States Make of It: Evaluating Kuwait’s Engagement with China’s Belt and Road Initiative By: Mansour, Imad

The Gulf Monarchies and Israel: From Aversion to Pragmatism By: Barany, Zoltan

Arab Scholarship on Turkey’s Regional Role before and after the Rise of the AKP By: Magued, Shaimaa

Middle East Law and Governance

Middle East Law and Governance

Volume 13 Issue 1

The Muslim Brotherhood: Libya as the Last Resort for the Continued Existence of the Global Movement By: Haala Hweio

Of Conflict and Collapse: Rethinking State Formation in Post-Gaddafi Libya By: Emadeddin Badi

Youth as Agenda-Setters between Donors and Beneficiaries: The Limited Role of Libyan Youth after 2011 By: Chiara Loschi

How Can Water Sector Cooperation Support Democratic Governance? Insights from Morocco By: Annabelle Houdret

Remembering Our Heroes: Global Jihad’s Militancy in a Comparative Perspective By: Meir Hatina

Middle Eastern Literatures

Middle Eastern Literatures

Volume 23 Issue 1-2

Aḥmad al-Madīnī: a poetics of dissent By: Anouar El Younssi

Adversary as protagonist: Palestinian Fiction by Mahmoud Shukair, Hanna Ibrahim and Ibtisam Azem mediated through the perspective of Jewish Israeli characters By: Ariel M. Sheetrit

Representation of the female body in Adalet Ağaoğlu’s Ölmeye Yatmak and Leylâ Erbil’s Tuhaf Bir Kadın By: Şule Akdoğan

Spinning toxic yarns of matter: material environments and marginalized toxic bodies in Latife Tekin’s Berji Kristin: Tales from the Garbage Hills and John Burnside’s Glister By: Adem Balcı

A new study model for Arabic Sufi prose By: Arin Salamah-Qudsi

Middle Eastern Studies

Middle Eastern Studies

Volume 57 Issue 1

The politics of male circumcision in the late Ottoman Empire By: Omer Faruk Topal

Evolution of economic thought in the Ottoman Empire and early Republican Turkey By: Vedit İnal

The orphan, the donor and the photograph: humanitarianism and photography in post-First World War Jerusalem By: Abigail Jacobson

Building the capital: thoughts, plans, and practice in the process of making West Jerusalem the capital city of the State of Israel, 1948–1967 By: Assaf Selzer

The role of the Bedouin in the Great Arab Revolt in Palestine, 1936–1939 By: Muhammad Suwaed

Peace in the name of Allah: Egypt’s quest to attain Islamic legitimacy for its treaty with Israel By: Ofir Winter

Imperial recessional: Sir William Luce and the British withdrawal from the Gulf, 1970-1971 By: Tancred Bradshaw

Challenging the accepted understanding of the executive branch of the UAE’s Federal Government By: Athol Yates

Stateless ‘bidoon’ in Kuwait: a crisis of political alienation By: Faisal Mukhyat Abu Sulaib

Fatwas and politics in Bahrain: exploring the post 2011 context By: Rashed Alrasheed & Simon Mabon

Middle Eastern Studies

Middle Eastern Studies

Volume 57 Issue 2

Examining age structure and estimating mortality rates in Ottoman Bursa using mid-nineteenth-century population registers By: Efe Erünal

Ottoman death registers (Vefeyât Defterleri) and recording deaths in Istanbul, 1838–1839 By: Gülhan Balsoy & Cihangir Gündoğdu

A negotiation of power during the age of reforms in the Ottoman Empire: notables, tribes and state in Muş (1820-1840) By: Gülseren Duman Koç

Understanding social change: demographic analyses of musicians in late Ottoman Istanbul By: Onur Öner

Creating the image of ‘the greatest sultan’: indoctrination of children through children’s periodicals under the Hamidian regime (1876-1908) By: Ali Çapar

Contextualizing the ideology of the Turkish national resistance movement By: Erik Jan Zürcher

Turkey in the UN Security Council during the Cold War: elections, voting motivations and alliance commitments By: Ali Balci & Ayşenur Hazar

Iran and imperial nationalism in 1919 By: Philip Henning Grobien

The Jewish past and the ‘birth’ of the Israeli nation state: the case of Ben-Gurion’s Independence Day speeches By: Adi Sherzer

From development towns to ‘Mizrahi enclaves’ – was it Mapai’s intentional policy? By: Oren David Kalman

Israeli emigration policies in the Gaza Strip: crafting demography and forming control in the aftermath of the 1967 War By: Omri Shafer Raviv

The 1967 war as point of departure for the 1982 war in Lebanon: an uncommon interpretation By: Dan Naor & Eyal Lewin

Qutb’s hakimiyyah through the lens of Arendtian authority By: Hisseine Faradj

The language policy of the Caliphate State By: Mashail Haydar Ali

The Muslim World

The Muslim World

Volume 111 Issue 1

Causes and Consequences of Inequality in Egypt By: Adel Abdel Ghafar

Transport Infrastructure and Regional Integration in the Middle East By: Imad El-Anis

Shifting State–Business Relations in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Post-2014 By: Anastasia Nosova

The GCC’s Unsettled Policy for Economic Integration By: Ashraf Mishrif

The Ins and Outs of Iranian Industrial Resilience under Sanctions By: Esfandyar Batmanghelidj

The Political Economy of Fiscal Decentralization under the Islamic Republic of Iran By: Kian Tajbakhsh

Philosophy and Social Criticism

Philosophy and Social Criticism

Volume 47 issue 1

A militant defence of democracy in hard times By: Seyla Benhabib

Democracy without Shortcuts: Engaging with Lafont By: Jean L. Cohen

Shortcuts? By: David M. Rasmussen

The substance of procedures By: Sara Gebh

Privileging argument and the problem of ideology: Some ‘activist challenges’ By: Paul Sörensen

Truth-tracing versus truth-tracking: Lafont, Landemore and epistemic democracy By: Peter Niesen

The expertocratic shortcut By: René Gabriëls

Lottocracy and deliberative accountability By: Hubertus Buchstein

The people and the voters By: Alessandro Ferrara

Judicial review without shortcuts: A vindication of the knower from a pragmatist and critical theoretical approach By: Gianfranco Casuso

Changing hearts and minds: Cristina Lafont on democratic self-legislation By: Maeve Cooke

Thinking about Brexit with Cristina Lafont By: Claudia Landwehr

Democratic deliberation and economic democracy By: Tilo Wesche

A militant defence of democracy: A few replies to my critics By: Cristina Lafont

Why spontaneity matters: Rosa Luxemburg and democracies of grief By: Paulina Tambakaki

The aesthetics of Burke’s constitutionalism: A dialectical reading By: Lorenzo Rustighi

The ethics of the intellectual: Rereading Edward Said By: Raef Zreik

Philosophy and Social Criticism

Philosophy and Social Criticism

Volume 47 Issue 2

Legal indeterminacy and authoritarianism: Notes on William Scheuerman’s The End of Law By: Peter Caldwell

Carl Schmitt, the chameleon By: Anna-Bettina Kaiser

Liberalism, legal revolution and Carl Schmitt By: Benjamin A. Schupmann

Constitutional Alchemy By: Nomi Claire Lazar

Carl Schmitt and the authoritarian subversion of democracy By: Lars Vinx

The brooding omnipresence of Carl Schmitt in contemporary jurisprudence: Reflections on William Scheuerman’s The End of Law: Carl Schmitt in the 21st century By: Sanford Levinson

Schmittean logic By: David Dyzenhaus

Carl Schmitt in the 21st century: A response to critics By: William E. Scheuerman

Self-reliance without self-satisfaction: Emerson, Thoreau, Dylan and the problem of inaction By: Jeffrey Edward Green

Hegel, Islam and liberalism: Religion and the shape of world history By: Thomas Lynch

Political respect for nature By: Sharon R. Krause

Philosophy and Social Criticism

Philosophy and Social Criticism

Volume 47 Issue 3

Democracy’s critical infrastructure: Rethinking intermediary powers By: Jan-Werner Müller

Is there another people? Populism, radical democracy and immanent critique By: Victor Kempf

The futures of ‘us’: A critical phenomenology of the aporias of ethical community in the Anthropocene By: Rasmus Dyring

Corruption as systemic political decay By: Camila Vergara

Truth, lies and tweets: A Consensus Theory of Post-Truth By: Vittorio Bufacchi

The politics in/of pain By: Charles Djordjevic

Politics and Religion

Politics and Religion

Volume 14 Issue 1

Why Do Evangelicals Support Israel? By: Motti Inbari, Kirill M. Bumin, M. Gordon Byrd

Secularization Theory and Religion By: Kostanca Dhima, Matt Golder

Everyday Practices of Toleration: The Interfaith Foundations of Peace Accords in Sierra Leone By: Joel Day

Ambedkar on the Haughty Face of Dignity By: Luis Cabrera

Between “Eradicate All False Religion” and “Love the Stranger as Yourself”: How Immigration Attitudes Divide Voters of Religious Parties By: Simon Otjes

Confucianism and Same-Sex Marriage By: Tongdong Bai

The Populist Pope?: Politics, Religion, and Pope Francis By: William McCormick

Blasphemy and Judicial Legitimacy in Indonesia By: Adam Tyson

Politics, Religion & Ideology

Politics, Religion & Ideology

Volume 22 Issue 1

Applying Arendt’s Vita Activa to Religion By: Timothy Stanley

From New Order to the Millennium of White Power: Norwegian Fascism Between Party Politics and Lone-Actor Terrorism By: Fredrik Wilhelmsen

Between Securitization and Counter-Securitization: Church of Sweden Opposing the Turn of Swedish Government Migration Policy By: Charlotte Fridolfsson & Ingemar Elander

Political Religion and Pragmatics in Soviet Atheisation Practice: The Case of Post-Stalinist Soviet Lithuania By: Nerija Putinaitė

Institutionalization of State Religion in the Islamic Republic of Iran: A Socio-Demographic Perspective By: Yaghoob Foroutan

Driven by the ‘Indefinable Something’: How Religious Perceptions Motivate Political Protests By: Adrian Schiffbeck

Secularism and Nonreligion

Secularism and Nonreligion

Volume 10 Issues 1-3

(Non)Religious Coping with a Natrual Disaster in a Rural U.S. Community By: Dena Abbott, Andrew Franks, Corey Cook, Caitlin Mercier

Religious Exiting and Social Networks: Computer Simulations of Religous/Secular Pluralism By: Ryan Cragun, Kevin McCaffree, Ivan Puga-Gonzalez, Wesley Wildman, F. LeRon Shults

Images of Place, Secularity and Gentrification: Urban Religious Belonging in an Inner City Neighborhood in Oslo By: Erik Thorstensen, Aina Landsverk Hagen, Ingar Brattbakk

Turkish Studies

Turkish Studies

Volume 22 Issue 1

Turkish leaders and their foreign policy decision-making style: a comparative and multi-method perspective By: Ç. Esra Çuhadar, Juliet Kaarbo, Barış Kesgin & Binnur Özkeçeci-Taner

Rigid boundaries between Turkey and China: is political mobility possible? By: Nilgün Eliküçük Yıldırım

Euro-Who? Competition over the definition of Dersim’s collective identity in Turkey’s diasporas By: Pınar Dinç

Stigmatization of Turkish return migrants in Turkey By: Filiz Kunuroglu, Fons J. R. van de Vijver & Kutlay Yağmur

An analysis of the representation of the ‘Solution Process’ in the Turkish press By: Ayça Demet Atay & Süleyman İrvan

National fantasy, impossible gaze: the Kurdish question in popular Turkish cinema By: Yasin Aydınlık

The agency of faith-based NGOs in Turkish humanitarian aid policy and practice By: Yunus Turhan & Şerif Onur Bahçecik

Turkish Studies

Turkish Studies

Volume 22 Issue 2

From exceptionalism to normalization: the radical transformation of the Republic of Turkey By: Olivia Glombitza

Shifting claim-making, shifting trenches: the AKP’s changing self-presentation By: Kumru F. Toktamış

Expansion of the Diyanet and the Politics of Family in Turkey under AKP Rule By: Sevgi Adak

Governing youth in times of dissent: essay competitions, politics of history, and emotions By: Ayça Alemdaroğlu

The aftermath of Turkey’s July 15th coup attempt: normalizing the exceptional through legitimation, narrativization and ritualization By: Olivia Glombitza

From streets to courthouses: digital and post-digital forms of image activism in the post-occupy Turkey By: Ozge Ozduzen

‘Mirror, mirror on the wall, please tell me … ’: the populist rhetoric of the ‘new’ media of ‘new Turkey’ during the April 16, 2017 referendum By: Tuğçe Erçetin & Emre Erdoğan