Summer 2021 Journal Roundup

Check out our Journal Roundups for the latest articles in Islamic studies. This is the forty-second iteration to be published and the Summer 2021 edition is now online. The Summer 2021 edition currently has issues from 49 journals in a wide variety of subjects and disciplines and will be revised as more journals announce their Summer 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].

Arab Law Quarterly

Arab Law Quarterly

Volume 35 Issue 4

International Investment Agreements and National Governance: The Case of Egypt Author: Reem Anwar Ahmed Raslan

Transfer of Ownership in Sale Contracts Involving Carriage of Goods by Sea Author: Derar al-Daboubi
Judicial Support for the Islamic Financial Services Industry: Towards Reform-oriented Interpretive Approaches Authors: Umar A. Oseni, M. Kabir Hassan, and S. Nazim Ali
An Analysis of Murābaḥah and Ijārah Muntahiyah bi-t-tamlīk: How Do Islamic Banks Choose Which Product to Utilise? Author: Ahmed Mansoor Alkhan
Applicability of the UNIDROIT Principles as the Law Governing the Merits of Arbitration in the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries Authors: Amin Dawwas and Tareq Kameel
Qatar and Prospects of Foreign Investment from a Developing Legal Perspective Author: Faten Hawa
Asian Affairs

Asian Affairs

Volume 52 Issue 3

JORDAN: A PALACE COUP? By: Peter Millett

BATTLE AT THE BORDER: AN ANALYSIS OF THE 2021 KYRGYZSTAN-TAJIKISTAN CONFLICT By: Charles J. Sullivan

THE “AFGHAN FACTOR” IN UZBEKISTAN’S FOREIGN POLICY: EVOLUTION AND THE CONTEMPORARY SITUATION By: Akram Umarov

BANGLADESH AT 50: COUPS, ASSASSINATIONS AND DEMOCRATIC STRUGGLE By: Syed Badrul Ahsan

THE NORTH KOREAN CARD IN US-CHINA RELATIONS: HOW SHOULD IT BE PLAYED? By: Niv Farago & John Merrill

THE SENKAKU/DIAOYU ISLANDS DISPUTE: A DISPUTE FOR DISPUTE’S SAKE By: Balazs Szanto

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES OF THE LIFE OF WOMEN IN THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES By: Frauke Heard-Bey

TOWARDS A SOUTHEAST ASIAN RAIL NETWORK: THE ROLE OF THAILAND AND FOREIGN POWERS By: Christopher Ruane

A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS DIPLOMACY BY WESTERN STATES IN MYANMAR (BURMA) FROM 2007 TO 2020 By: Anna Tan

THE BRI IN MALAYSIA’S PORT SECTOR: DRIVERS OF SUCCESS AND FAILURE By: Francis E. Hutchinson & Tham Siew Yean

Australian Journal of Islamic Studies

Australian Journal of Islamic Studies

Volume 6 Issue 2

How the Contemporary Far-Right Have Popularised their Appeals: An Analysis of Far-Right Growth in the Australian Context By: Chloe Smith, Derya Iner

Why an Interest-Free Economy was Instituted from Early Religious Zeal? By: Romi Adetio Setiawan

Ibn ʿUmar’s Interpretation of the Qur’ānic Verse ‘Fight them until Fitnah is No More’ and its Relevance to Contemporary Muslims By: Mursal Farman

Islam and Gender: Major Issues and Debates By: Mouna Elmir

Faith in Democracy: Framing a Politics of Deep Diversity By: Bruce Wearne

British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies

British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies

Volume 48 Issue 3

Beirut on the stage: the Great War in melodrama By: Eugene Rogan

The metamorphosis of social movements into political parties. The Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood and the Tunisian al-Nahda as cases for a reflection on party institutionalisation theory By: Barbara H. E. Zollner

Islamic international law: an emerging branch of law which answers the contentious question of ‘authority to use force’ in Islamic law and politics By: Mohammad Sabuj

Interpersonal metadiscourse in the English translations of the Holy Quran By: Ilknur Savaskan

Nature as a road to integration? A Saudi experience By: Gail Ramsay

Local Ambivalence in the Arabistan-Basra Frontier, 1881-1925 By: Shaherzad Ahmadi

Consensus vs. dissensus over the ‘civil state’ model: a key to understanding the diverse outcomes of the Arab Spring in Egypt and Tunisia By: Limor Lavie

Solidarity theologies and the (re)definition of ethnoreligious identities: the case of the Alevis of Turkey and Alawites of Syria By: Nukhet A. Sandal

Divergent opposition to sub-Saharan African and Arab migrants in Morocco’s Casablanca Region: prejudice from the pocketbook? By: Matt Buehler & Kyung Joon Han

Signaling reforms through election results: how a Moroccan opposition party demobilized protests By: Sammy Zeyad Badran

British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies

British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies

Volume 48 Issue 4

The Lebanese Civil War and post-conflict power sharing: continuation of conflict dynamics in post-conflict environments By: Andrew Delatolla

Mollā Nasreddin and the creative Cauldron of Transcaucasia By: Janet Afary & Kamran Afary

A Palestinian window of opportunity? The PLO, the US and the Iranian hostage crisis By: Jørgen Jensehaugen

Treacherous friends or disenchanted masters? Russian diplomacy and Muhammad ‘Ali (Shah) Qajar, 1911-1912 By: Alisa Shablovskaia

ISIS genocide against the Yazidis and mass violence in the Middle East By: Vicken Cheterian

Friday sermons and the complexities of standardization in the late Ottoman Empire By: Omer Faruk Topal

Hannah Arendt, the human condition and the embrace of human diversity in the discourses of two contemporary Islamists: Sheikh Muhammad Abu Zahra (1898–1974) and Sheikh Wahbah al-Zuhaili (1932–2015) By: Sami E. Baroudi

Changing texture of childhood: Palestinian children as new leisure consumers in mandatory Haifa By: Maayan Hilel

From critical to comprehensive dialogue: the effectiveness of the EU’s policy towards Iran (1992-1998) By: Omran Omer Ali

Temporary and permanent body modifications in medieval Islam: the legal discussion By: Hadas Hirsch

Blackface in Egypt: the theatre and film of Ali al-Kassar By: Alon Tam

A past to be forgotten? Writing Ottoman history in early republican Turkey By: Erdem Sönmez

De facto states engagement with parent states: Kurdistan’s engagement with the Iraqi Government By: Kamaran Palani, Jaafar Khidir, Mark Dechesne & Edwin Bakker

Central Asian Survey

Central Asian Survey

Volume 40 Issue 3

‘End the dominance of the Uyghur ethnic group’: an analysis of Beijing’s population optimization strategy in southern Xinjiang By: Adrian Zenz

The Sart Kalmaks in Kyrgyzstan: people in transition By: Baasanjav Terbish

The elite-level demonstration effect of the Arab Spring in Kazakhstan By: Sarah Dorr

Towards building a culturally informed consent process in Central Asia By: Christopher M. Whitsel & Martha C. Merrill

Religious, national or cultural? A case study of frameworks for Jewish education in post-Soviet Central Asia By: Zeev Levin

Student online protests in Uzbekistan: democratization of higher education as concomitant to the COVID-19 crisis? By: Dilnoza Ubaydullaeva

The Kazakhstani Soviet not? Reading Nazarbayev’s Kazakhstani-ness through Brezhnev’s Soviet people By: Assel Tutumlu & Zulfiya Imyarova

Community perceptions of co-managing Tajik National Park By: Qobiljon Shokirov, Norman Backhaus & Jennifer Bartmess

A guest for a day? An analysis of Uzbek ‘language migration’ into the Japanese educational and labour markets By: Timur Dadabaev, Shigeto Sonoda & Jasur Soipov

Critical Muslim

Critical Muslim

Volume 39 Issue 1

The List: Ten World (Dis)orderers By: Jordi Serra del Pino

Displaced Lives By: Sari Omer

Architectural Transfers By: Iason Athanasiadis

Punching Up and Down By: Andrew Brown

‘Greater Serbia’ 2.0 By: Jasmin Mujanovic

Manifestos of the End By: Christopher B. Jones

Introduction: Same Old Tropes By: C. Scott Jordan

The Edict of Race By: Yuri Prasad

Critical Muslim

Critical Muslim

Volume 39 Issue 2

Rise and Fall By: Iftikhar Malik

Unholy Deserts of Evil By: Abdelwahab El-Affendi

Culture Wars By: Samia Rahman

Postnormal Adventures By: Jerry Ravetz

President of the Rich By: James Brooks

Five Poems and a Short Story By: Salah Badis

The Order of COVID By: Kanchana Mahadevan

Critical Muslim

Critical Muslim

Volume 39 Issue 3

Where is the Ummah? By: Anwar Ibrahim

An Economy Fit for Purpose By: Colin Tudge

Emerging Nigeria By: Ahmad Adedimeji Amobi

The World Tree By: Naomi Foyle

Two Poems By: Halimah Adisa

Soft Imperialism By: Shanon Shah

Last Word: On World Order Thinking After BLM By: Peter Mandaville

Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East

Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East

Volume 41 Issue 2

Word, Image, Sound: Religious Publicities in Africa and South Asia By: Matthew Engelke

Televised Tears: Artifice and Ambivalence in Islamic Preaching By: Yasmin Moll

Concretizing the Christian Nation: Negotiating Zambia’s National House of Prayer By: Naomi Haynes

Drowning in Context: Translating Salvation in Myanmar By: Michael Edwards

The Sound of Laïcité: Poetry, Print, and Noise Regulation in Twentieth-Century Senegal By: Jeremy Dell

Public Religion after Genocide: Pentecostal Sounds and Voice in Rwanda By: Andrea Mariko Grant

“I Do Not Forgive!”: Hope and Refusal in Tunisia’s Democratic Transition By: Alyssa Miller

The Sovereign and the Sensible: Islam, Prostitution, and Moral Order in Tehran, 1911–22 By: Jairan Gahan

The History of Afghanistan as Global History By: Neilesh Bose

Local Experiences of Imperial Cultures By: Shah Mahmoud Hanifi

Inter-Islamic Modernity at the End of Empire By: Leyla Amzi-Erdoǧdular

Juridical Pan-Islam at the Height of Empire By: Nurfadzilah Yahaya

Of Horizontal Exchanges and Inter-Islamic Inquiries By: Elizabeth Lhost

Islamic Modernism, the Hanafi Mazhab, and Codification in Aman Allah’s Afghanistan By: Michael O’Sullivan

Success, Failure, and Other Historical Crafts By: Faiz Ahmed

Contemporary Arab Affairs

Contemporary Arab Affairs

Volume 14 Issue 3

Memory of the Nakba and its Effects on the Formation of the Palestinian Identity By: Long Yaling

From Higher Education in Historic Palestine towards a Pan-Palestinian Higher Education By: Khalid Shibib

Variations among North African Military Regimes: Algeria and Egypt Compared By: Federico Battera

Authoritarian Upgrading and the “Pink Wave”: Bahraini Women in Electoral Politics By: Magdalena Karolak

The Lebanese Civil War 1975–90: A Confessional War, or Terror of State Directed by the Mercantile Political Elite to Subdue the Middle and Lower Classes? By: Jamal Wakim

The Potential of a Sino-Lebanese Partnership through the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) By: Mohamad Zreik

Contemporary Islam

Contemporary Islam

Volume 15 Issue 2

Introduction: Muslim care beyond the self: Ethics of care among Muslims and their Neighbors By: Maria Louw & Emilie Mortensen

Non-compassionate care: a view from an Islamic charity organization By: Amira Mittermaier

God will reward you: Muslim practices of caring for precarious migrants in the context of secular suspicion By: Christine M. Jacobsen

Why Care? Volunteer work and the ethical demand among young Afghan-Danes By: Karen Waltorp & Nilab Totakhil

Contagious heartaches: relational selfhood and queer care in Amman, Jordan By: Marie Rask Bjerre Odgaard

Becoming responsible in exile: reimagining manhood among Syrian men in Amman By: Emilie Lund Mortensen

Care in practice: negotiations regarding care for the elderly in multigenerational Arab Muslim families in Denmark By: Abir Mohamad Ismail

Emergent fatherhood: new articulations of fatherhood among Muslim men in Denmark By: Jeppe Schmidt Grüner

Contemporary Review of the Middle East

Contemporary Review of the Middle East

Volume 8 Issue 3

Morocco and Sub-Saharan Africa: In the Shadow of the Western Sahara Dispute By: Michael B. Bishku

Regime Security in Jordan Revisited: New Challenges to the Monarchy’s Resilience After the Arab Spring By: Takuro Kikkawa

Constraints and Adjustments in the US–Yemeni Relations By: Jacob Abadi

Israel and Turkey: Once Comrades Now Frenemies By: Tuğçe Ersoy Ceylan

The Role of Systemic and Leadership Factors in Influencing Malaysia’s Joint Military Involvementin the Saudi-led Coalition in Yemen,2015–2018 By: Asmady Idris, Asri Salleh

Die Welt des Islams

Die Welt des Islams

Volume 61 Issue 3

Liberal Islamic Theology in Conservative Russia: Taufik Ibragim’s “Qurʾānic Humanism” By: Michael Kemper and Gulnaz Sibgatullina

Lessening Anti-Jewish Hate Speech in Service of the Egyptian Regime: State Media under Mubārak, Re-Examined By: Limor Lavie

Mission Impossible: Karl Neufeld’s Holy War Propaganda Trip to Medina (1915) By: Martin Strohmeier

History of Religions

History of Religions

Volume 61 Issue 1

Medieval Anticlericalism: Terms and Conditions By: Robert Swanson

The Rule and the Folk: The Emergence of the Clergy/Laity Divide and the Forms of Anticlerical Discourse in China’s Late Antiquity By: Antonello Palumbo

Late Imperial Chinese Anticlericalism and the Division of Ritual Labor By: Vincent Goossaert

Western Missionaries in Modern China: From Ministers of Foreign Teachings to Agents of Imperialism? By: Lars Peter Laamann

International Journal of Islamic Architecture

International Journal of Islamic Architecture

Volume 10 Issue 2

Constructing a Refugee Through Producing a Refugee Space: Russian Migrants in Occupied Istanbul (1919‐22) By: Saitov, Timur

Consolidating the Rule of Experts: A Model Village for Refugees in the Jordan Valley, 1945‐55 By: Abusaada, Nadi

Investigating Syrian Refugees’ Choice of Location in Urban Areas as a Subjective Process: A Cross-case Comparison in the Neighbourhoods of Önder (Ankara) and Yunusemre (İzmir) By: Güngördü, Feriha Nazda; Kahraman, Zerrin Ezgi

Hosting Syrian Refugees in Saida (Lebanon) Under Protracted Displacement: Unfolding Spatial and Social Exclusion By: Al-Harithy, Howayda; Eltayeb, Abir; Khodr, Ali

‘Islam is a Place Inside Myself’: Material and Immaterial Re-Positioning of Religion in the Living Experience of Unaccompanied Muslim Minors in Italy By: Elia, Anna; Fedele, Valentina

Syrian Children’s Imagination and Play Areas beyond the Physical Reality of Urban Spaces in Beirut By: Khoury, Roula El; Ardizzola, Paola

International Journal of Middle East Studies

International Journal of Middle East Studies

Volume 53 Issue 3

Vocal Arrangements: Technology, Aurality, and Authority in Qur’anic Recording By: Ian VanderMeulen

Barbaric Women: Race and the Colonization of Gender in Interwar Egypt By: Nefertiti Takla

Iran’s “Self-Deprecating Modernity”: Toward Decolonizing Collective Self-Critique By: Mostafa Abedinifard

Sidon against Beirut: Space, Control, and the Limits of Sectarianism within the Jewish Community of Modern Lebanon By: Aline Schlaepfer

Making an Arab-Muslim Elite in Paris: The Pan-Maghrib Student Movement of the 1930s By: Shoko Watanabe

The Evolution of Tunisian Salafism after the Revolution: From La Maddhabiyya to Salafi-Malikism By: Fabio Merone, Théo Blanc, Ester Sigillò

Tribes and Tribalism in the Modern Middle East: Introduction By: Peter Wien

Situating Tribes in History: Lessons from the Archives and the Social Sciences By: Nadav Samin

Tribalism in the Middle East: A Useful Prism for Understanding the Region By: Yoav Alon

Making “Tribes” in the Late Ottoman Empire By: Nora Elizabeth Barakat

Eshiretan in Kurdistan By: Diane E. King

Decolonizing Tribal “Genealogies” in the Middle East and North Africa By: Najwa Adra

The Politics of Tribal Perseverance By: Charles Schmitz

The Politics of Tribalization in Syria By: Haian Dukhan

Tribal Justice and State Law in Iraq By: Mélisande Genat

Tribal Priorities By: Andrew Shryock

Iranian Studies

Iranian Studies

Volume 54 Issue 5-6

Definiteness Marking from Evaluative Morphology in Balochi: Internal Variation and Diachronic Pathway By: Maryam Nourzaei

Linguistic Change and the Future of Metrical Persian Poetry By: Mohsen Mahdavi Mazdeh

Judeo-Hamadani: The Language of Jews in Hamadan and Its Origins By: Saloumeh Gholami

Farvi: An Iranian Language in Kavir Desert By: Esfandiar Taheri

Students for Freedom and Equality: The Inevitable Return of the Left in Post-Revolutionary Iran By: Peyman Vahabzadeh

Taqi Erāni, Bizhan Jazani, and a Marxian Framework for the Critique of Religion in Twentieth Century Iranian Political Thought By: Siavash Saffari

From Enemies to Friends with No Benefits: The Failed Attempt at an Ottoman–Iranian Alliance in the Aftermath of the 1908 Revolution By: Serpil Atamaz

The Islamic Republic of Iran’s New Population Policy and Recent Changes in Fertility By: Marie Ladier-Fouladi

From Quasi-Vegetarians to Quasi-Carnivores: The Changing Diet of Iranians By: Willem Floor

The Inception of Literary Criticism in Early Modern Pashto Writings By: Mikhail Pelevin

Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations

Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations

Volume 32 Issue 3

From Obscurity to Authority: The Changing Reception of Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya’s Aḥkām ahl al-dhimma from the Eighth/Fourteenth to the Fifteenth/Twenty-first Century By: Antonia Bosanquet

Freedom in amina wadud’s Tawḥīdic Hermeneutics and Mouhanad Khorchide’s Theology of Mercy By: Katharina Völker

Gender, Identity and Conversion: A Comparison of Male and Female Converts to Islam in Australia By: Paul Mitchell, Jessica Mamone & Halim Rane

‘Keeping Faith’: An Exploration of Welsh Muslim Identity By: Sophie Gilliat-Ray

From the ‘New Country’ to the Holy Land: Two Norwegian-American Pilgrims’ Encounters in the Middle East By: Ida Sofie Nitter

Islamic Africa

Islamic Africa

Volume 11 Issue 2

Introduction: Current Perspectives on Islamic Family Law in Africa By: Fulera Issaka-Toure and Ousseina D. Alidou

“Please Give Me My Voice”: Women’s Out-of-Court Divorce in a Secondary City in Senegal By: Annelien Bouland

Muslim Family in Northern Mozambique: Sharīʿa, Matriliny and the Official Legislation in Paquitequete By: Liazzat J. K. Bonate

Application of Muslim Personal Law in the Kenyan Courts: Problems and Prospects By: Abdulkadir Hashim

Application of Muslim Family Law as a Form of Customary Law in Accra, Ghana By: Fulera Issaka-Toure

Islamic Law and Society

Islamic Law and Society

Volume 28 Issue 3

Status Distinctions and Sartorial Difference: Slavery, Sexual Ethics, and the Social Logic of Veiling in Islamic Law By: Omar Anchassi

The Function of Documents in Islamic Court Procedure: a Multi-Dimensional Approach By: Norbert Oberauer

Text Mining Islamic Law By: Christian Lange, Maksim Abdul Latif, Yusuf Çelik, A. Melle Lyklema, Dafne E. van Kuppevelt, and Janneke van der Zwaan

Islamic Legal Reform or Re-formation? The Transmutations of Critique in Rumee Ahmed’s Sharia Compliant: A User’s Guide to Hacking Islamic Law By: Rami Koujah

Israel Affairs

Israel Affairs

Volume 27 Issue 4

A phenomenological analysis of subterranean operations in the Israel Defense Forces By: Uzi Ben Shalom, Niv Gold, Corinne Berger, Nehemia Stern, Avishai Antonovsky & Dvir Peleg

‘This is not the sort of man we want in Palestine today’. New evidence on the appointment of Alan Cunningham as High Commissioner of Palestine By: Alexander Joffe

Interest or influence? an empirical study of U.S. foreign aid to Israel By: Yu Wang

‘Rallying round the flag effect’ in Israel’s first COVID-19 wave By: Shingo Hamanaka

Behavior of financial markets during the COVID-19 crisis: a comparison of Israel and the rest of the world By: Sharon Teitler-Regev & Tchai Tavor

Egyptian communist voices of peace (1947–1958) By: Rami Ginat

Stockholm and the Israeli-Palestinian peace process: interview with State Secretary for Foreign Affairs Annika Söder By: Raphael Cohen-Almagor

Cross-platform analysis of PLCs’ (parties, leaders, candidates) social media presence in Israel’s 2015 electoral campaign By: Sharon Haleva-Amir

The effect of number of competitors in SME markets By: Eli Gimmon & Avishay Aiche

The General Zionists and the WIZO party, 1948-51 By: Ofira Gruweis Kovalsky

Intergenerational gaps in West Bank Jewish communities By: Reoute Drey-Diamant

Israel Affairs

Israel Affairs

Volume 27 Issue 5

Jews, Israel and the Kurds: unravelling the myth By: Ofra Bengio

Constructing the Oslo ‘peace’: an academic-intelligence failure By: Ofira Seliktar

Janusz Korczak as perceived in education and art By: Ruth Dorot & Nitza Davidovich

Subverting the strategic corporal: the IDF’s contemporary heroic imagination By: Nehemia Stern

The Haredi media, religious identity, and the COVID 19 crisis By: Yoel Cohen, Bruria Adini & Ahuva Spitz

E-government services use among single Israeli mothers By: Sabina Lissitsa & Svetlana Chachashvili-Bolotin

Wage gap between men and women in Israel By: Tal Shahor, Javier Simonovich & Moshe Sharabi

Adaptive Israel defense industry: myth or reality? By: Donatas Palavenis

Blended cities in Israel By: Nikola Orbach-Yozgof

A game theory model for Israel–Hamas communications By: Abdullah Hamida & Yongsheng Jin

Jerusalem Quarterly

Jerusalem Quarterly

Volume 86

Time Travelers in Palestine: Stereoscopic Journey By: Issam Nassar, Ariella Azoulay

The Struggle for Palestinian Workers’ Rights in Israeli Settlements: The Case of Maan v. Zarfati Garage By: Ethan Morton-Jerome

Situating Radio in the Soundscape of Mandate Palestine By: Andrea L. Stanton

Jerusalem through Evangelical Eyes: Nineteenth-Century Western Encounters with Palestinian Christianity By: Gabriel Polley

Shaykh Jarrah: A Struggle for Survival By: Nazmi Jubeh

Journal of Africana Studies

Journal of Africana Studies

Volume 9 Issue 2

The Militarization of the Persecution of African Religions and the Demonization of Vodun Cults in Eighteenth-Century Minas Gerais, Brazil By: Aldair Rodrigues

Desecrating the Sacred: Linguistic Appropriation of Nagô Expressions and the Articulation of Religious Repression in Salvador, Brazil By: Adrienne Ronee Washington

Making the Chief Servant Mad: Disability, the Regulation of Afro-Caribbean Religions, and the Political Prophesy of Tubal Uriah Butler By: Alexander Rocklin

Minds Overwrought by “Religious Orgies”: Narratives of African-Jamaican Folk Religion and Mental Illness in Late Nineteenth-Century and Early Twentieth-Century Ethnographies By: Hilary Sparkes

Religious Racism in Brazil: Introduction By: Gustavo Melo Cerqueira, Danielle N. Boaz

Report of Religious Racism against O Ilê Axé Oyá L’adê Inan By: Onisajé

The Religious Persecution of Casa do Rei e Senhor das Alturas By: Vilson Caetano De Sousa Jr.

And in the Beginning, the Word Should Be Love and Not Tolerance By: Elisia Santos

Tell Me Who You Pray For, and Justice Will Guarantee Your Rights—Or Not By: Rosiane Rodrigues

Pedra de Xangô Park: An Act of Historical Repair By: Maria Alice Silva

A Very Brief Analysis on Religious Intolerance against Religious Groups of African Origin in Brazil By: Ivanir Dos Santos

Journal of the American Academy of Religion

Journal of the American Academy of Religion

Volume 89 Issue 3

2020 AAR Presidential Address: The Study of Buddhism and the AAR By: José I Cabezón

Introduction By: Kirsten Wesselhoeft, Deonnie Moodie

A Just Economy? Unifying and Dividing the Islamic Intellectual Field in Neoliberal Turkey By: Gizem Zencirci

Retail Religion: Hinduism for a Neoliberal Age By: Deonnie Moodie

The Value of Tantra: Markets, Modernity, and Mumbai’s Master of Mantra By: Lisa Björkman, Patton Burchett

Re-Thinking a Matrilineal Myth of Healing: Tuareg Medicine Women, Islam, and the Market in Niger By: Susan Rasmussen

Merit, Karma, and Exchange: Chinese Buddhist Mountain Tourism Company Listings on the Stock Market By: Kin Cheung

Infernal Affect: Christianity, Urbanization, and Economic Anxiety in China By: Xiaobo Yuan

Asian American Jews, Race, and Religious Identity By: Samira K Mehta

COVID-19 First Responders: The Gayatri Pariwar and the Immune Ritual Body By: Nick Tackes

The Looping Structure of Buddhist Thought (Or, How Chan Buddhism Resolves the Quantum Measurement Problem) By: Robert H Sharf

Ritual Chores: Catharine Beecher’s Domesticity By: Dana W Logan

Journal of the American Oriental Society

Journal of the American Oriental Society

Volume 141 Issue 3

Periodizations of Tang Poetry and Choices of Models in the Late Southern Song By: Xiaoshan Yang

Life of an Exile: Sun Di’s (1081–1169) Letters Pertaining to His Banishment to Xiangzhou By: Ming-kin Chu

The Use of the Relative and Near Demonstrative Pronouns in the Introduction of Phoenician, Old Aramaic, and Samʾalian Dedication Inscriptions By: Samuel L. Boyd

A New Interpretation of the Old Hittite Zalpa-Text (CTH 3.1): Nēša as the Capital under Ḫuzzii̯a I, Labarna I, and Ḫattušili I By: Alwin Kloekhorst

White Death: Ibn al-ʿArabī on the Trials and Virtues of Hunger and Fasting By: Atif Khalil

Daniel 1–6 in Classical Islamic Culture and the Gospel According to Ibn Hishām By: A. J. Silverstein

Jayati Bhagavāñ Jinendraḥ! Jainism and Royal Representation in the Kadamba Plates of Palāśikā By: Peter C. Bisschop and Elizabeth A. Cecil

The Princess and the Plague: Explaining Epidemics in Imperial Tibet, Khotan, and Central Asia By: William A. McGrath

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

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

Volume 11 Issue 1

Intersections of Material and Literary History in Religion and Ritual of Ancient Arabia through Islam By: Lily Filson

A Call For Solidarity:Pro-Palestinian Activity in the Trucial States, 1936–39 By: Niklas A. Haller

Enregistering the Badawī Dialect in Jāzān, Saudi Arabia By: Julie Lowry

The Contemporary Artworld of the Arabian Peninsula in a Globalized Context By: Brenda Fischer-Campbell

The Blockade Against Qatar: A Blessing in Disguise? By: Alexis Antoniades, Rafia Al-Jassim & Khalique Gharatkar

Youth and Leadership: Future Human Capital in the United Arab Emirates in the Making By: Magdalena Karolak

Contesting Narratives of Victimization in Migration to the Arab Gulf States: A Reading of Mia Alvar’s In the Country By: Nadeen Dakkak

Land Use Dynamics and Mobility Patterns in Muscat Capital Area:Insights from a Detailed Study of Al-Ghubra North By: Sonja Nebel, Maike Didero & Carmella Pfaffenbach

Journal of Asian and African Studies

Journal of Asian and African Studies

Volume 56 Issue 5

Implications of Protest and Reform for Domestic Governance in Ethiopia By: Yonas Ashine, Kassahun Berhanu

The Potential of Democratization in Ethiopia: The Welkait Question as a Litmus Test By: Sonja John

Is Ethnonationalism Growing in Ethiopia and Will it Lead to the Dissolution of the Country? Evidence from the World Value Survey 2007–2020 By: John Ishiyama

Political Transition and the Rise of Amhara Nationalism in Ethiopia By: Bantanyehu Shiferaw Chanie, John Ishiyama

The Origins of the EPRDF and the Prospects for the Prosperity Party By: Terrence Lyons

Half of the Cabinet: Explaining Ethiopia’s Move to Gender Parity in the Government By: Marijke Breuning, Gabriela Okundaye

Building Civil Society? An Assessment of the new Ethiopian Civil Society Law and Its Promise for Promoting Democracy By: Mulunesh Dessie, Marijke Breuning

Ethiopian Foreign Policy: A Weak State or a Regional Hegemon? By: John James Quinn, Seyma Akyol

Journal of Asian and African Studies

Journal of Asian and African Studies

Volume 56 Issue 6

Contestation and Collaboration for Water Resources: Comparing the Emerging Regional Water Governance of the Aral Sea, Irtysh River, and Mekong River By: JeongWon Bourdais Park, Aigul Adibayeva, Danial Saari

Impossible Allies? When History and Security Collide: South Korea—Japan Relations in Context By: Joonbum Bae

Weaving and Cultural Identity of Batak Toba Women By: Catur Nugroho, Iis Kurnia Nurhayati, Kharisma Nasionalita, Ruth Mei Ulina Malau

Connectivity in Chaotic Urban Spaces: Mapping Informal Mobile Phone Market Clusters in Accra, Ghana By: Martin Oteng-Ababio, Maja van der Velden

The Effects of HIV-Related Stigma on HIV Counselling and Testing in Nigeria: A Mediation Analysis By: Felix Oluyemi Adekunjo, Rajah Rasiah, Maznah Dahlui, Chiu Wan Ng

The Information Communication Technology, Social Media, International Migration and Migrants’ Relations with Kin in Nigeria By: Olayinka Akanle, OA Fayehun, S Oyelakin

COVID-19 Pandemic and Informal Urban Governance in Africa: A Political Economy Perspective By: Chinedu Josephine Onyishi, Adaeze UP Ejike-Alieji, Chukwuedozie Kelechukwu Ajaero, Casmir Chukwuka Mbaegbu, Christian Chukwuebuka Ezeibe, Victor Udemezue Onyebueke, Peter Oluchukwu Mbah, Thaddeus Chidi Nzeadibe

Determinants and Decomposition of Poverty of Rural India: Glimpses from the Purulia District of West Bengal By: Sanat Kumar Guchhait, Susmita Sengupta

Education for Resilience: How a Combination of Systemic and Bottom-Up Changes in Educational Services Can Empower Dryland Communities in Africa and Central Asia By: Bert van Pinxteren, Mirza Emirhafizović, Inga Dailidienė, Aleksandra Figurek, Rareş Hălbac-Cotoară-Zamfir, Monika Mętrak

The State of Emergency and Exception in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia: The ‘License to Kill’ the Rule of Law? By: Francesco Tamburini

The Problematics of Language-in-Education Policies in Post-Independence in Zimbabwe By: Raphael Nhongo, Baba Primrose Tshotsho

Contemporary Wars in Africa or 21st Century Competition for Power By: Galina Sidorova, Eliza Lyubenova

Turkey’s Foreign Policy to Africa: The Role of Leaders’ Identity in Shaping Policy By: Yunus Turhan

Early Marriage and Correlates among Young Women in Sub-Saharan African Countries By: Jacques M. Elengemoke, A. Sathiya Susuman

Examining the “Referendum Theory” in Taiwan’s Local Elections By: Eric Chen-hua Yu, Kah-yew Lim

Examining Host Communities’ Perceptions on Trust Funds as Corporate Strategies for Community Development in Ghana By: Sam A. Kasimba, Päivi Lujala

Circular Labour Migration from Rural India: A Study of Out-Migration of Male Labour from West Bengal By: Sudipta Sarkar, Deepak K. Mishra

Journal of Humanity & Society

Journal of Humanity & Society

Volume 45 Issue 3

Voices from the Margins: Low-income Fatherhood in the Era of Neoliberalism By: Timothy Black, Sky Keyes

The Self-perpetuating Cycle of Shame and Self-injury By: Nina Veetnisha Gunnarsson

Exploring the Perspectives of Middle-class African American Parents Who Are Charter School Skeptics By: Paul T. Knudson, Crysta Ascolillo

Criminogenic Policy Antithetical to Peace Policy: A Case Study of NAFTA as a Violation of International Law By: Daniel Patten

The Promises and Perils of Technological Solutions to the Troubles with Capital Punishment By: Annulla Linders, Shobha Pai Kansal, Kyle Shupe, Samuel Oakley

Journal of Islamic Studies

Journal of Islamic Studies

Volume 32 Issue 3

Idle Souls, Regulated Emotions of a Mind Industry: A new look at Ottoman materialism By: Şeyma Afacan

Traditions of Māturīdism and anti-Wahhābism in China: an account of the Yihewani hard-liners of the Northwest By: Mohammed Turki A Al-Sudairi

The Journal of the Middle East and Africa

The Journal of the Middle East and Africa

Volume 12 Issue 3

Police Militarization and Public Perceptions: Exploring Residents’ Attitudes in Kismaayo, Somalia By: Daisy Muibu

A Quick Guide to Somalia in 2026: Business as Usual By: Alice Hills

Between Ransom and Release: Exploring Caringscapes of Ransom Kidnappings by Somali Pirates By: Brittany V. Gilmer & Joshua Wakeham

Al-Shabaab’s Assassinations: Investigating the Uniqueness of Al-Shabaab’s Assassinations via Suicide Bombing By: Ellen Chapin, Stephanie Lizzo & Jason Warner

Framing Insurgency and the Rebel Proto-State: Al-Shabaab’s Media and Information Operations By: Christopher Anzalone

Journal of Middle East Women's Studies

Journal of Middle East Women's Studies

Volume 17 Issue 2

Serpouhi Dussap’s Mayda; or, The Birth of Armenian Women’s Literature through the Palimpsestic Narrative of Feminism By: Maral Aktokmakyan

Postfeminism à la Turca: Postfeminism in New Turkish Romantic Comedies By: Burcu Dabak Özdemir

The “Barbaric” Dabke: Masculinity, Dance, and Autocracy in Contemporary Syrian Cultural Production By: Shayna Silverstein

Over Forty Years of Resisting Compulsory Veiling: Relating Literary Narratives to Text-Based Protests and Cyberactivism By: Claudia Yaghoobi

The Body under Siege: Corruption and the Female Body in Betool Khedairi’s Ghāyib By: Kimberly Canuette Grimaldi

Journal of Muslim Mental Health

Journal of Muslim Mental Health

Volume 15 Issue 1

Politicizing Muslim Mental Health By: Tarek Younis

Investiagting a Relationship between Perceived Stress, Religious Coping, and Religiosity in Migrant Muslim Women By: Nana-fatima Taini Ozeto and Therese Allan

Effects of Religious Discrimination and Fear for Safety on Life Satisfaction for Muslim Americans By: Ramy Bassioni and Kimberly Langrehr

The Relationship Between Afterlife Beliefs and Mental Wellbeing Among Jordanian Muslim Youth By: Riyad Al-Issa, Steven Eric Krauss, Samsilah Roslan, and Haslinda Abdullah

Ever Cloud has a Silver Lining By: Nina Bosankic, Selvira Draganovic, Jasmina Ramic, and Amber Haque

Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs

Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs

Volume 41 Issue 2

Knowledge, False Beliefs and Fact Driven Perceptions of Muslims in German Universities By: Abe W. Ata & Klaus Baumann

Majority-Muslim Hate Crimes in England: An Interpretive Quantitative Analysis By: Jörg Friedrichs

The Difficulties of Italian Muslim Political Mobilization: Anti-Muslim Sentiment and Internal Fragmentation By: Juris Pupcenoks

British Converts to Islam, Habitus and Social Positioning By: Thomas Sealy

Re-thinking About Muslim Migration into the European Union By: Hamza Preljević & Mirza Ljubović

Belonging to Quebec and English Canada as Muslims: The Perspectives of the Highly Educated Uyghur Immigrants By: Dilmurat Mahmut

Paths to Islamic Modernities: The Emergence of Reformist American Muslim Intellectuals and Their Dialectical Engagement with Modernity By: Serhan Tanriverdi

Terrorizing Muslims: Communal Violence and Emergence of Hindutva in India By: Jayanth Deshmukh

Converting to Salafiyya: Non-Muslims’ Path to the “Saved Sect” By: Uriya Shavit & Fabian Spengler

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

The Representation of Islam and Muslims in Pre- and Post-9/11 New York Times News Articles: A Socio-Cognitive Analysis By: Ayesha Siddiqa & Qurat-ul-Ain

Journal of Muslim Philanthropy & Civil Society

Journal of Muslim Philanthropy & Civil Society

Volume 5 Issue 1

Engaging Politics with Zakat By: Mohammed Aziz

Zakat Practice in Nothern Nigera: Evolution, Religious Actors, and Challenges for Muslim Organizations By: Dauda Abubakar

Financing Kindness as a Society: The Rise and Fall of the Waqf as a Central Islamic Philanthropic Institution (Awqāf) By: Khalil Abdur-Rashid

Morally Reimagining the Waqf: Using a Classical Islamic Institution to Dismantle Structural Injustice By: Zara Khan

Journal of North African Studies

Journal of North African Studies

Volume 26 Issue 5

Algeria: be careful what you wish for By:George Joffé

Telling histories of the present: postcolonial perspectives on Morocco’s ‘radically new’ migration policy By: Leslie Gross-Wyrtzen & Lorena Gazzotti

The king’s offer: a helping hand to try my luck By: Catherine Therrien & Jackson Abena Banyomo

Crafting a ‘liberal monarchy’: regime consolidation and immigration policy reform in Morocco By: Katharina Natter

Morocco’s new migration policy: between geostrategic interests and incomplete implementation By: Sara Benjelloun

Migration policy and international human rights frameworks in Morocco: tensions and contradictions By: Mercedes G. Jiménez-Alvarez, Keina Espiñeira & Lorena Gazzotti

Dispersal and dispossession as bordering: exploring migration governance through mobility in post-2013 Morocco By: Lorena Gazzotti & Maria Hagan

Manufacturing collaboration in the deportation field: intermediation and the institutionalisation of the International Organisation for Migration’s ‘voluntary return’ programmes in Morocco By: Anissa Maâ

Humanitarianism and black female bodies: violence and intimacy at the Moroccan–Spanish border By: Elsa Tyszler

Dima Africa, daily darija: im/migrant sociality, settlement, and state policy in Tangier, Morocco By: A. George Bajalia

Sub-Saharan leaders in Morocco’s migration industry: activism, integration, and smuggling By: Cynthia Magallanes-Gonzalez

Everyday gendered violence: women’s experiences of and discourses on street sexual harassment in Morocco By: Habiba Chafai

Journal of Persianate Studies

Journal of Persianate Studies

Volume 13 Issue 2

An Iranian Shāh-nāma Writer at the Court of Bāyezid II: Malekzāda Āhi By: Vural Genç

Joseph and His Two Wives: Patterns of Cultural Accommodation in the Judæo-Persian Tale of Yusof and Zoleykhā By: Julia Rubanovich

An Analysis of the Rug-Washing Ceremony in Mashhad-e Ardehāl, Kāshān By: Sayyed Mahmood Sadat Bidgoli

Narratives of Home on the Fringe of Tehran: The Case of Shahriar County By: Saeed Dalil, Barend Wind, Abolfazl Meshkini, and Jafar Javan

Journal of Religion in Africa

Journal of Religion in Africa

Volume 50 Issue 1-2

Do We or Don’t We? Muslim Women Wearing the Hijab in the South African Work Environment By: Nasima MH Carrim and Zeenat Paruk

Questioning Growth: Christianity, Development, and the Perils of Wealth in Southern Ethiopia By: Julian Sommerschuh

The Vetting Impasse: The ‘Churches Law’ and Kenya’s Religious Regulation Debate By: Yonatan N. Gez

Exhibiting Faith against an Imperial Background: Angola and the Spiritans at the Vatican Missionary Exhibition (1925) By: Ana Rita Amaral

The Missionaries of Africa and the Rwandan Genocide By: Philippe Denis

Occult Economies, Demonic Gifts, and Ontological Alterity: An Evangelical Biography of Evil and Redemption in Rural South Sudan By: Ryan Joseph O’Byrne

What Is Religion in Africa? Relational Dynamics in an Entangled World By: Birgit Meyer

Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society

Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society

Volume 31 Issue 3

A Royal Romance: The Cult of Cyrus the Great in Modern Iran By: ALI ANSARI

People of the Wind By: GERARDO BARBERA

Ibn Sīnā’s Remarks on a Khwarizmian Sound By: ADAM BENKATO

The Language of the Xūz and the Fate of Elamite By: KEVIN T. VAN BLADEL

A Sogdian Medical Text from Turfan By: BI BO

The sraōšāuuarəza-priest and the usage of the srōš-barišnīh in the greater Long Liturgy By: ALBERTO CANTERA

The Jewish Ḥāfeẓ: Classical New Persian Literature in the Judeo-Persian Garšūni Literary Tradition By: SHERVIN FARRIDNEJAD

Of Calendars—and Kings—and Why the Winter is Boiling Hot By: CHARLES G. HÄBERL

Edward William West and the Pahlavi codex MK By: ALMUT HINTZE

On the origins of the god Ruḍaw and some remarks on the pre-Islamic North Arabian pantheon By: AHMAD AL JALLAD

Remarks on the Iranian Xorde Avesta Sāde manuscripts 6135 (YL2-17) and 6187 (MZK6) (Notes on the Xorde Avesta VIII) By: GÖTZ KÖNIG

The ‘Other’ gumēzišn. About the Final ‘Merger’ of Limited Time with Eternity By: ANTONIO PANAINO

Bactrian χϸονο ‘(calendar) year, (regnal) year’ By: MATTHEW J. C. SCARBOROUGH

Another pre-Sasanian Middle Persian inscription By: NICHOLAS SIMS-WILLIAMS

The ‘oldest dated document of the Cairo Genizah’ (Halper 331): The Seleucid era and sectarian Jewish calendars By: EVE KRAKOWSKI, SACHA STERN

Ritual and ritual text in the Zoroastrian tradition: The extent of Yasna 41 By: ARASH ZEINI

Medieval Encounters

Medieval Encounters

Volume 27 Issue 3

Between Sanudo and Fedanzola: Ashtori Ha-Parḥi as Mediator By: Amichay Schwartz

The Easter Ban in the Merovingian Kingdoms: Ideal and Reality By: Gregory I. Halfond

Middle East Critique

Middle East Critique

Volume 30 Issue 3

To Drink from the Source: Tobie Nathan’s A Land like You and Jewish-Egyptian Identity By: Joyce Zonana

Trading Wheat for Books in the Cold War: Public Law 480 (Food for Peace) and Its Connection to Middle East Studies By: Michael Degerald

Impact of 1962-68 North Yemen War on Cold War Balance of Power By: Jude Kadri

Thinking Theoretically about the Kurds By: Michael M. Gunter

Taifa: A Journey of Integration beyond the Subaltern Narrative By: Mohamed Chamekh

The Middle East Journal

The Middle East Journal

Volume 75 Issue 2

The Resilience of Populism in Iranian Politics: A Closer Look at the Nexus between Internal and External Factors By: Mahmood Monshipouri and Manochehr Dorraj

Iranian Reconstruction, Development, and Aid in Syria By: Eric Lob

Military Doctrines in Israel and Iran: A Doctrinal Hybridity By: Amr Yossef

How Do Liberalized Autocracies Repress Dissent? Evidence from Morocco By: Yasmina Abouzzohour

Deterrence through Diplomacy: Oman’s Dialogue Facilitation Initiatives during the Yemeni Civil War By: Samuel Ramani

The Geopolitics of Afghan-Iranian Relations By: Ali A. Jalali

Women’s Activism before and after the Arab Spring By: Carolyn Barnett

Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication

Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication

Volume 14 Issue 1-2

Introduction: Film and Visual Media in the Gulf By: Alia Yunis and Dale Hudson

Visual Storytelling: Kuwait’s History Told through Photographs By: Badran Badran

Changing Winds: Oman TV, Indian (Ocean) Films and Media Piracy in the 1980s By: Samhita Sunya

Female Representation in the Golden Age of Kuwaiti Television: Stigma, Subversion and Agency By: Shahd Alshammari and Abrar Alshammari

Satellites of Belonging: Televisual Infrastructures and the Gulf-Malayali By: Darshana Sreedhar Mini

Cyber Tribes: Social Media and the Representation and Revitalization of Arab Tribal Identities in the Internet Age By: Hassan Hussain

Beyond the Nation and the Diaspora: Examining Bollywood’s Transnational Appeal in the United Arab Emirates By: Sreya Mitra

Representations of Non-Resident Indians from the Gulf in Online Comedy Videos By: Nele Lenze

Reorienting a Theme: Bollywood Parks Dubai and Off-screen Filmic Imaginaries By: R. Benedito Ferrão

Visual Storytelling in Arab Virtual Public Spheres: Contributions to Changing Perceptions from the Gulf By: Mohammad Ayish

Migrant Images: Lateral Agency and Affective Citizenship in Dubai By: Bindu Menon

Middle Eastern Studies

Middle Eastern Studies

Volume 57 Issue 5

The deal of the century? The attempted sale of the Western Wall by Cemal Pasha in 1916 By: Roberto Mazza

The Druze settlement on Mount Carmel: Daliyat al-Karmil as a case study – Archaeological, historical and geographical evidence By: Aehab As’ad & Rabei G. Khamisy

Nationalism or transnationalism?Afghan nationalism and Pan-Islamism in Seraj-ul Akhbar By: Mortaza Mandegar Hassani

Between citizenship and the millet: the Greek minority in republican Turkey By: Ioannis N. Grigoriadis

To break the feudal bonds: the Soviets, Reza Khan, and the Iranian left, 1921-25 By: Kayhan A. Nejad

The duality of ‘official’ and ‘local’ in modern Iran: historical and intellectual foundations By: Marouf Cabi

‘The school is the link between the Jewish community and the surrounding milieu’: education and the Jews of Iran from the mid-1940s to the late 1960s By: Daniella L. Farah

Chehabism revisited: the consequences of reform in Lebanon By: Tarek Abou Jaoude

From jihad to resistance: the evolution of Hamas’s discourse in the framework of mobilization By: Imad Alsoos

Oriens

Oriens

Volume 49 Issue 1-2

The Makeover of Ḥayy: Transformations of the Sage’s Image from Avicenna to Ibn Ṭufayl By: Sarah Stroumsa

al-Nuzha al-Sāsāniyya by Shīrīn Maghribī (d. 810/1408): A Recently-Discovered Cosmological Treatise in Persian of the School of Ibn al-ʿArabī By: Giovanni Maria Martini

The Case of the Missing Disciple: Abū l-Ḥasan al-Rustughfanī and the First Reception of al-Māturīdī’s Theology in Samarqand By: Ramon Harvey

The Muʿtazila on Covenantal Theology: A Study of Individualist Approaches By: Tariq Jaffer

Philosophy & Social Criticism

Philosophy & Social Criticism

Volume 47 Issue 6

Habermas and the critique of political economy By: J. F. Dorahy

Schmitt’s democratic dialectic: On the limits of democracy as a value By: Larry Alan Busk

Towards an affective philosophy of the digital: Posthumanism, hybrid agglomerations and Spinoza By: Ignas Kalpokas

Democratic legitimacy, political speech and viewpoint neutrality By: Kristian Skagen Ekeli

Which Axial Age, whose rituals? Habermas and Jaspers on the ‘spiritual’ situation of the present age By: Martin Beck Matuštík

Philosophy & Social Criticism

Philosophy & Social Criticism

Volume 47 Issue 7

How much economic inequality is fair in liberal democracies? The approach of proportional justice By: Nunzio Alì, Luigi Caranti

Capitalism as a space of reasons: Analytic, neo-Hegelian Marxism? By: Justin Evans

What’s good about the good life? Action theory, virtue ethics and modern morality By: Frédéric Vandenberghe

Adorno and climate science denial: Lies that sound like truth By: Harriet Johnson

Between order and insurgency: Post-structuralism and the problem of justice By: George Sotiropoulos

Politics and Religion

Politics and Religion

Volume 14 Issue 3

Backfiring Frames: Abortion Politics, Religion, and Attitude Resistance By: Scott Liebertz, Jaclyn Bunch

Rise of Competitive Authoritarianism in Bangladesh By: Shafi Md. Mostofa, D. B. Subedi

Dangers, Toils, and Snares: U.S. Senators’ Rhetoric of Public Insecurity and Religiosity By: Sarah K. Dreier, Emily K. Gade, John Wilkerson, Jonathan Schaeffer

Sectarian Triangles: Salafis, the Shi‘a, and the Politics of Religious Affiliations in Northern Nigeria By: Alexander Thurston

Evaluating Resistance toward Muslim American Political Integration By: Brian R. Calfano, Nazita Lajevardi, Melissa R. Michelson

Invented Religion, the Awakened Polis, and Sacred Disestablishment: The Case of Slovenia’s “Zombie Church” By: Nancy D. Wadsworth, Aleš Črnič

The Prosperity Gospel of Coronavirus Response By: Paul A. Djupe, Ryan P. Burge

Shii Studies Review

Shii Studies Review

Volume 5 Issue 1-2

Karbala Mourning among the Fāṭimid-Ṭayyibī Shīʿa of India: Doctrinal and Performative Aspects of Sayyidnā Ṭāhir Sayf al-Dīn’s Arabic Marthiya, “O King of Martyrs” (Yā Sayyida l-Shuhadāʾī) By: Tahera Qutbuddin

Asās al-maqālāt fī qamʿ al-jahālāt: A Hitherto Unknown Zaydī Heresiography from Northern Iran By: Hassan Ansari, Rouhallah Foroughi, and Sabine Schmidtke

Eugenio Griffini and Zaydi Studies in the Light of His Correspondence with Ignaz Goldziher, 1908 through 1920 By: Valentina Sagaria Rossi

Do Accidents Need a Substrate? Critical Edition of al-Ḥasan al-Raṣṣāṣ’s Masʾala fī kayfiyyat wujūd al-aʿrāḍ By: Mostafa Ahmadi, Hassan Ansari, and Jan Thiele

Sixth/Twelfth-Century Zaydī Theologians of Yemen Debating Avicennan Philosophy By: Hassan Ansari and Sabine Schmidtke

Turkish Studies

Turkish Studies

Volume 22 Issue 4

The anatomy of Turkey’s new heterodox crisis: the interplay of domestic politics and global dynamics By: Ziya Öniş & Mustafa Kutlay

The role of gender in Turkish parliamentary debates By: Saadet Konak Unal

Ibrat, hasrat, or tahdid: Turkish modernity in the eyes of Iranian nationalist modernists in the Qajar-Pahlavi interregnum By: Naseraddin Alizadeh

A two-dimensional boundary: Sunnis’ perceptions of Alevis By: Nigar Tuğsuz

Advanced marginality and criminalization: the case of Altındağ By: Boran Ali Mercan & Mustafa Şen

From the streets to the mainstream: popularization of Turkish rap music By: Duru Su Kadıoğlu & Ceren Sözeri Özdal

Class injuries and popular cinema in Turkey: arabesk cries By: Özgür Avcı