Winter 2022 Journal Roundup

Check out our Journal Roundups for the latest articles in Islamic studies. This is the forty-fourth iteration to be published and the Winter 2022 edition is now online. The Winter 2022 edition currently has issues from 52 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 [Curated by Wali Siddiq].

Al-Bayan: Journal of Qur'an and Hadith Studies

Al-Bayan: Journal of Qur'an and Hadith Studies

Volume 20 Issue 1

Scripture and Politics in Malaysia: The Qur’ānic Exegesis of Abdul Hadi bin Awang By: Muhammad Mustaqim Mohd Zarif

The Fawātih Al-Suwar: A Critique of Classical Categories and New Typology By: Moh. Zahid

Immunization and Quarantine in the Light of the Prophetic Traditions with Reference to the UAE Quarantine Policies for Fighting COVID-19 By: Kabiru Goje

Fawāṣil Aspect in the Terengganu Quran Manuscript IAMM 2012.13.6 and Implications on the Tafsir of Ayah in Surah Al-Baqarah By: Riswadi bin Azmi, Mustaffa bin Abdullah, and Abdul Hanis bin Embong

Kulliyyāt Al-Tafsīr Dan Peranannya Dalam Pentafsiran Al-Quran: Kulliyyāt Al-Tafsīr and Its Significance in the Qurʾanic Exegesis By: Rasyad Afif Ibrahim, Muhd Najib Abdul Kadir, and Haziyah Hussin

توثيق الرواة في حالات مخصوصة عند الإمام أحمد بن حنبل وأثره في الحكم على مروياتهم: Documenting Hadith Narrators in Certain Cases according to Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal and Its Effect on Judging Their Narratives By: AbdelAziz Shaker Hamdan Al Kubaisi

Al-Masaq: Journal of the Medieval Mediterranean

Al-Masaq: Journal of the Medieval Mediterranean

Volume 34 Issue 1

The Significance of the Written Word in European–Mamlūk Diplomatic Missions By: Alessandro Rizzo

Placing Messina: The Politics and Geography of Bartolomeo da Neocastro’s Historia Sicula (c. 1294) By: Susannah Bain

Caesar Bardas and the Earthquake of Constantinople: The Rival Depictions of the Event in the Arabic and Byzantine Sources By: Hadi Taghavi & Ehsan Roohi

Unveiling al-Isfār ʽan ḥukm al-asfār: Structural Analysis of a Fifteenth-Century Medical Manual for Travellers By: Angela Isoldi

New Saladins: Spiritual Crusading and the Typology of Crusading Enemies By: Richard Allington



Volume 43 Issue 1

Exarachellos: Dírhames en la Barcelona del siglo X By: Thomas Freudenhammer

«Wa kāna l-insānu akṯara šayʾin ǧadalan». Discusión y regateo con la divinidad en la tradición islámica By: Pedro Buendía

Arabic Sciences and Philosophy: A Historical Journal

Arabic Sciences and Philosophy: A Historical Journal

Volume 32 Issue 1




Asian Affairs

Asian Affairs

Volume 53 Issue 1

Sino-Iranian Relations: from Tentative Diplomacy to Strategic Partnership By: Anoushiravan Ehteshami, Jacopo Scita, Dan Wang & Benjamin Houghton

Asianisation of Asia: Chinese-Iranian Relations in Perspective By: Anoushiravan Ehteshami

Why Did China’s Rise Succeed and Iran’s Fail? the Political Economy of Development in China and Iran By: Mehdi Parvizi Amineh

China–Iran Relations from the Perspective of Tehran’s Look East Approach By: Hongda Fan

Iranian Digital Diplomacy Towards China: 2019 as a Turning Point By: Dan Wang & Roie Yellinek

China-Iran Relations Through the Prism of Sanctions By: Jacopo Scita

China and the Iranian Revolution: New Perspectives on Sino-Iranian Relations, 1965–1979 By: William Figueroa

China’s Balancing Strategy Between Saudi Arabia and Iran: The View from Riyadh By: Benjamin Houghton

The China–Iran Comprehensive Strategic Partnership: A Tale of two Regional Security Complexes By: Jonathan Fulton

An Illusory Entente: The Myth of a Russia-China-Iran “Axis” By: Nicole Grajewski

Kyrgyzstan’s New Kingpin By: Charles J. Sullivan

The India-Pakistan Conflict in Kashmir and Human Rights in the Context of Post-2019 Political Dynamics By: Agnieszka Kuszewska

British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies

British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies

Volume 49 Issue 1

Egyptian foreign policy after the 2011 revolution: the dynamics of continuity and change By: Gamal M. Selim

Kurdish subjectivity: Liminal Kurd characters stymied in harsh liminal contexts in Sherzad Hassan’s short fiction By: Zakarya Bezdoode & Golchin Amani

White Revolution on the screen; the transformation of hegemonic currents in the Iranian rural films during the 1960s and 1970s By: Asefeh Sadeghi-Esfahlani

The metamorphosis: a literary analysis of the Arab Muslim refugee’s interpersonal struggles of integration in London By: Vicky Panossian

Islam and existentialism in Turkey during the Cold War in the works of Sezai Karakoç By: Gözde Damla Çitler

Serializing protestantism: the missionary Miscellany and the Arabic press in 1850s Beirut By: Anthony Edwards

Youth and political engagement in post-revolution Tunisia By: Fethi Mansouri

The inter-Islamic competition and the shift in al-Nur party stance towards civil state in Egypt By: Shaimaa Magued

Menachem Begin and the question of the settlements: 1967–1977 By: Amir Goldstein & Elchanan Shilo

Sectarianization and Memory in the post-Saddam Middle East: the ‘Alāqima By: Nassima Neggaz

Central Asian Survey

Central Asian Survey

Volume 41 Issue 1

‘I dress in silk and velvet’: women, textiles and the textile-text in 1930s Uzbekistan By: Claire Roosien

From ‘Mercy’ to ‘Banner of Labour’: the Bukharan Jewish press in late Tsarist and early Soviet Central Asia By: Thomas Loy & Zeev Levin

Mongolian Buddhism, science and healing: a modernist legacy By: Saskia Abrahms-Kavunenko

Songs of war and despair: two Afghan/Uzbek women’s life history and lament By: Wolayat Tabasum Niroo

Women herders: women’s role and bargaining power in Mongolian herding households By: Mieke Meurs, Amarjargal Amartuvshin, Otgontugs Banzragch, Myagmasuren Boldbaatar & Georgia Poyatzis

The Mongolian semi-presidential constitution and its democratic performance By: Mina Sumaadii & Yu-Shan Wu

The neo-liberal conception of empowerment and its limits: micro-credit experiences of self-employed women in the bazaars of Bishkek By: Gözde Yazıcı Cörüt & İlker Cörüt

The politics of budgetary capture in rentier states: who gets what, when and how in Afghanistan By: Mohammad Qadam Shah

Factors motivating the transfer of university students in Kazakhstan By: Rita Kasa, Ali Ait Si Mhamed, Alima Ibrasheva, Dana Mambetalina & Serik Ivatov

Critical Muslim

Critical Muslim

Volume 41

Body Horror By: C. Scott Jordan

Brains Degendered By: Jeremy Henzell-Thomas

Enhancements By: Wendy L Schultz

A Woman in God’s Land By: Themrise Khan

Call Me Yunus By: Mevlut Ceylan

Mortal Dance By: Halimah Adisa

In-Between By: Nikhat Hoque

This Body: A History By: Robin Yassin-Kassab

‘Lazy’ Bodies By: Shanon Shah

Normal Indian Wives By: Chandrika Parmar

The Hunter Inside By: Aamer Hussein

Painting Poems By: Nadeem Baghdadi

Bonding in Abrahamic Faiths By: Giles Goddard

My Friend, AbdulHamid AbuSulayman By: Anwar Ibrahim

Shame Again By: Samia Rahman

Autism, Yusuf and I By: Naomi Foyle

Slapstick Tragedy By: James Brooks

Allah, Asè and Afros Adama By: Juldeh Munu

Two Poems By: Muhammed Bello

Imagining Otherwise By: Elhum Shakerifar

Last Word: On Zoombies By: Shamim Miah

Contemporary Arab Affairs

Contemporary Arab Affairs

Volume 15 Issue 1

Beyond Lebanon’s Power-Sharing By: Claudia Ditel

The Syrian Refugees in Lebanon: Looking for a Convivial Habitat By: Sari Hanafi

The Syrian Conflict’s Influence on the Chinese Role in the Middle East By: Hocine Laarid

The Benefit of the Doubt or the Underdog Effect?: American Public Attitudes towards Islam, 1990–2020 By: Ayman Mansour Nada

Israeli Peace: A Study of Models and Approaches By: Abdelkarim Ben Dakhli

Contemporary Levant

Contemporary Levant

Volume 7 Issue 1

Mihyar’s precarious journey: imagining the intellectual in modern Syrian literature By: Linda Istanbulli

In the shadow-imagination: a brief literary history of Syrian poetry of witness By: Daniel Behar

Theatre of the Probable: Saʿdallah Wannous, Rabih Mroué, and the spectator By: Maya Kesrouany

Recalibrating the historical imaginary: Haydar Haydar’s literary collage By: Alexa Firat

Home, identity, and place in Syrian literature: Maha Hassan’s Drums of Love and Ghassan Jubbaʿi’s Qahwat Al-General By: Manal Al Natour

Annotating the history of the Syrian uprising: poems by Mohja Kahf, introduced by the author By: Mohja Kahf

Contemporary Review of the Middle East

Contemporary Review of the Middle East

Volume 9 Issue 1

Rethinking the Egyptian–Israeli Peace Treaty: Perceptions and Receptions Within Egyptian Society (1977–1982) By: Rami Ginat, Marwan Abu-Ghazaleh Mahajneh

Public Sector Employment as a Social Welfare Policy: The “Social Contract” and Failed Job Creation for Youth in Egypt By: Yusuke Kawamura

Maps of the West Bank in Jordanian Postage Stamps, 1952–1985 By: Michael Sharnoff

Propaganda and Radicalization: The Case of Daesh in Iran By: Jamileh Kadivar

The Role of Gulf Cooperation Council in Conflict Management, 1981–2019: A Comparative Study By: Amira Ahmed Elsayed Abdelkhalek

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

Intellectual History of the Islamicate World

Intellectual History of the Islamicate World

Volume 10 Issue 1-2

The Maqāma Genre and the History of an Islamicate Literary Form By: Maurice Pomerantz and Jonathan Decter

ʿĪsā b. Hišām’s Shiism and Religious Polemic in the Maqāmāt of Badīʿ al-Zamān al-Hamaḏānī (d. 398/1008) By: Devin Stewart

Digressions in the Islamic Archive: Al-Ḥarīrī’s Maqāmāt and the Forgotten Commentary of al-Panǧdīhī (d. 584/1188) By: Matthew L. Keegan

Between Arabic and Persian Traditions: The maqāmas of Ḥamīd al-Dīn Balḫī By: Jaakko Hämeen-Anttila

The Beard as Spectacle and Scandal in a Thirteenth-century Hebrew Maqāma By: Tova Rosen

A Maqāma on Same-Sex Marriage in the Thirteenth Century By: Maurice Pomerantz

Hidden Gems: The Hebrew Maqāma from Yemen By: Adena Tanenbaum

“Each Nail a Jail”: Kitāb al-Masāmīr as Contemporary Critique By: Max Shmookler

International Journal of Islamic Architecture

International Journal of Islamic Architecture

Volume 11 Issue 1

Cultural Encounters, Local Practice, and Historical Process in the Ancient Middle East By: Upton, Dell

On Ruins: The Art and Politics of Architectural Heritage By: Auji, Hala

The Anecdotal Archive: Building Design, Oral History, and the Notion of an Alevi Place of Worship By: Andersen, Angela

Tehran’s Decentralization Project and the Emergence of Socio-Spatial Boundaries By: Jafari, Elmira; Hein, Carola

The Search for the Mosque of Florence: A Space of Negotiated Identities By: Kataw, Hanan

Borderscape: Forced Syrian Migration and New Spatial Practices in Lebanon By: Trovato, Maria Gabriella

‘Even in death, we’re being denied our place as human beings’: Geographic Islamophobia and Muslim Cemeteries in the English-Speaking West By: Felepchuk, William; Osman, Muna; Keller, Kimberley

A Teaching Methodology on the Combination of Architectural Tradition and Parametric Design: A Case Study with Birdhouses By: Agirbas, Asli

A Time for Solidarity: Rethinking the Architectural Establishment in the Age of COVID-19 By: Yücel, Şebnem

International Journal of Middle East Studies

International Journal of Middle East Studies

Volume 54 Issue 1

“Revolution is the Equality of Children and Adults”: Yaşar Kemal Interviews Street Children, 1975 By: Nazan Maksudyan

School Protests and the Making of the Post-Ottoman Mediterranean: Student Politicization as a Challenge to Italian Colonialism in Rhodes, 1915–1937 By: Andreas Guidi

The Agricultural Settlement of the Arabah and the Political Ecology of Zionism By: Matan Kaminer

Environmental Crises at the End of Safavid History: The Collapse of Iran’s Early Modern Imperial Ecology, 1666–1722 By: James Gustafson, James Speer

A Ghoul at the Gates: Natural Gas Energy and the Environment in Pahlavi Iran, 1960–1979 By: Ciruce Movahedi-Lankarani

“Illegitimate Children”: The Tunisian New Left and the Student Question, 1963–1975 By: Idriss Jebari

Women and Crime: Exploring the Role of Gender, Sexuality, and Race in Constructions of Female Criminality By: Nefertiti Takla

Female Culpability for Fornication in Ottoman Law and Everyday Life By: Başak Tuğ

Serial Murder and Honor: Rereading the Story of an Ottoman Murderess By: N. İpek Hüner Cora

Crime, Gender, Sexuality: Female Villains in Late Ottoman Crime Fiction By: Gülhan Balsoy

Betraying Behita: Superstition and the Paralysis of Blackness in Out el Kouloub’s Zanouba By: Taylor M. Moore

Anti-Christ in Egypt: Sexual Danger, Race, and Crime in a Narrative of Imperial Crisis By: Francesca Biancani

From Fallen Women to Citizen Mothers: Gendered Carcerality in Pahlavi Iran By: Golnar Nikpour

Women and Crime: The Egyptian Women’s Prison in Drama By: Dalia Said Mostafa

Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations

Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations

Volume 33 Issue 1

Al-Ghazālī on Experiential Knowing and Imaginal Mediation By: Joel Richmond

Abdolkarim Soroush’s Theory of Revelation: From Expansion and Contraction of Religious Knowledge to Prophetic Dreams By: Ali Akbar

Apologetic Arguments in Ṣāliḥ ibn al-Ḥusayn al-Jaʿfarī’s Kitāb al-radd ʿalā al-Naṣārā By: Serkan Ince

Turning to the East, Rescuing the West: Sufism and Humanism in Ivan Aguéli’s Thought By: Meir Hatina

Islamic Africa

Islamic Africa

Volume 12 Issue 1

Reading Ibāḍī Women’s Legacies through Stone Town’s Built Environment By: Kimberly T. Wortmann

“Useful” Knowledge and Moral Education in Zanzibar Between Colonial and Islamic Reform, 1916–1945 By: Caitlyn Bolton

An Embassy from the Sultan of Darfur to the Sublime Porte in 1791 By: A.C.S. Peacock

Print Culture, Islam and the Politics of Caution in Late Colonial Dar es Salaam: A History of Ramadhan Machado Plantan’s Zuhra, 1947–1960 By: James R. Brennan

Muhammad Bello’s Curriculum of Study, as Detailed in Ḥāshiya ʿalā muqaddimat Īdāʿ al-nusūkh and Shifāʾ al-asqām: the Books and Teachers of Sokoto’s Second Ruler By: Paul Naylor

Islamic Law and Society

Islamic Law and Society

Volume 29 Issue 1-2

Abū Yūsuf’s Ikhtilāf Abī Ḥanīfa wa-Ibn Abī Laylā and the Transmission of Knowledge in the Formative Period of the Ḥanafī School By: Sohail Hanif

Al-Shāfiʿī Against the Kufan School By: Christopher Melchert

Authority in the Classical Ḥanafī School: the Emergence & Evolution of Ẓāhir al-Riwāya By: Salman Younas

Canonization in Islamic Law: A Case Study based on Shāfiʿī Literature By: Norbert Oberauer

Israel Affairs

Israel Affairs

Volume 28 Issue 1

Israel-South Korea relations: the first six decades By: Alon Levkowitz

The ‘new great game’ in the Eastern Mediterranean By: Aylin G. Gürzel Aka, Aslıhan Engin Bozoglu, Isbandiyar Hashimov & Afet Pulhan

Excavating unstable ground: trends in archaeological research in Judea and Samaria, 1967-77 By: Mordechay Lash, Yossi Goldstein & Itzhaq Shai

Generational crossover: ‘the Movement for the Entire Land of Israel’ from the Labour movement to Gush Emunim By: Amir Goldstein & Elchanan Shilo

‘Jewish’ and ‘Non-Jewish’ fish in Lake Huleh in the 1930s and 1940s By: Gerald D. Sack

The countenance of the value of patriotism among young and mature pre-service teachers during their apprenticeship at school By: Sara Zamir & Gila Cohen Zilka

A local mimesis: meanings and metaphors in Aram Gershuni’s still life painting By: Nava Sevilla-Sadeh

The Israeli navy vs. Hamas and Hezbollah By: Ehud Eilam

When two anti-Zionists corresponded: a short note on George Antonius and Elizabeth P. MacCallum By: Eliezer Tauber

Jerusalem Quarterly

Jerusalem Quarterly

Issue 88

Between Extinction and Dispossession: A Rhetorical Historiography of the Last Palestinian Crocodile (1870–1935) By : Elizabeth Bentley

Mu’askar and Shu’fat: Retracing the Histories of Two Palestinian Refugee Camps in Jerusalem By : Kjersti G. Berg

Karimeh Abbud: Entrepreneurship and Early Training By : Mitri Raheb

The Politics of Power around Qalandiya Checkpoint: Deconstructing the Prism of Im/mobility, Space, Time for Palestinian Commuters By : Reem Shraydeh

Jerusalem and the Continuing Nakba By : Philip Farah

Journal of Africana Studies

Journal of Africana Studies

Volume 10 Issue 1

Religious Encounters in Togo: Vodun and the Roman Catholic Church By: Alessandra Brivio

“Hijab Is My Identity”: Beyond the Politics of the Veil: The Appropriations of the Veil in an Inner-City Muslim Area of Accra (Ghana) since the 1980s By: Charles Prempeh

Somatizing the Past: Healing the Dead through Spirit Possession in the Garifuna Dugu of Honduras By: Marcela Maria Perdomo

Stereotyping, Exploitation, and Appropriation of African Traditional Religious Beliefs: The Case of Nyaminyami, Water Spirit, among the Batonga People of Northwestern Zimbabwe, 1860s–1960s By: Joshua Matanzima

Damned If You Do, Damned If You Don’t: The Paradox of Africana Religions’ Legal Status By: Ayodeji Ogunnaike

Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies

Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies

Volume 22

Planets in Alchemy: Commentaries and Glosses on the Opening Verses of Ibn Arfaʿ Raʾs’s Shudhūr al-dhahab By: Juliane Müller

Journal of Arabic Literature

Journal of Arabic Literature

Volume 53 Issue 1-2

Interrogating the Sacred: Radical Religious Revisionism, Agnosticism and Atheism in the Modern Arab World By: Ralph M. Coury

Something as Essential as Life Itself: Ghassān Kanafānī’s Returning to Haifa as a Parable of the Integration of Trauma By: Pasquale Macaluso

Global 1968 in Egypt: Raḍwā ʿĀshūr’s Farag and the Disarticulation of Area Studies By: M.J. Ernst

Mutual Adversaries, Fellow Dissidents: Multilingual Dissent from Waṭṭār’s al-Zilzāl and Djaout’s Le Dernier Été de la raison By: Alejandra Padín-Dujon

Transmission and Transit in Contemporary Arabic Literature: Naql and Its Limits By: Drew Paul

The Traditional Qaṣīdah and Kitāb al-Zahrah by Ibn Dāwūd al-Iṣfahānī By: Iyas Nasser

Journal of Asian and African Studies

Journal of Asian and African Studies

Volume 57 Issue 1

Africans and the Two Great Wars: A General Overview By: EC Ejiogu, Nneka L. Umego

Africans Had No Business Fighting in Either the 1914–1918 War or the 1939–1945 War By: Herbert Ekwe-Ekwe

Africa and Africans in the World Wars: The Prelude and Disposition for Leveraged Exploitation through Violence and Coercion By: EC Ejiogu, Nneka L. Umego

The African Participation and Experiences in the First and Second World Wars in Northern Rhodesia: A Historical Perspective 1914–1948 By: Bizeck Jube Phiri

Unravelling the Past: World War I in Africa By: Anne Samson

The Conflation of Race and Propaganda in the Mobilization of Africans for the Second World War By: Raphael Chijioke Njoku

African American Journalists in World War II West Africa: The NNPA Commission Tour of 1944–1945 By: Oliver Coates

The World Wars and Their Legacies in Africa and in the Affairs of Africans: The Case of East Africa—Kenya By: EC Ejiogu, Adaoma Igwedibia

The Ethics of War and War-Making: A Philosophical Interrogation of African Involvement in the World Wars and Their Exclusion From War Monuments and Memorials By: Chidozie J. Chukwuokolo

Africa’s Contributions to the Economy of Europe’s Two “World” Wars: De-centering the Dominant Narrative By: Nnanna Onuoha Arukwe

Herbert Ekwe-Ekwe: A Tribute By: EC Ejiogu

Journal of Asian and African Studies

Journal of Asian and African Studies

Volume 57 Issue 2

A Comparison of Security in City and Small-Town Gated Developments in the Western Cape province, South Africa By: Manfred Spocter

Repayment Performance of Self-Help Groups in Uttar Pradesh: An Empirical Investigation By: Udai Bhan Singh, Tanushree Gupta

Impact of Military Expenditures on the Globalization Process: A Spatial Econometric Analysis for African Region By: Saima Sarwar, Alvina Sabah Idrees

Changing Trends of Consanguineous Marriages in South India By: Harihar Sahoo, Paramita Debnath, Chaitali Mandal, R. Nagarajan, Sathiyasusuman Appunni

Who Controls the Past Controls the Future: How Algeria Manipulated History and Legitimated Power Using its Constitutional Charters and Legislation By: Francesco Tamburini

Religious Identification on Facebook Visuals and (Online) Out-group Intolerance: Experimenting the Sri Lankan Case By: Sandunika Hasangani

Capitalist Progress and Moral Economy: Sustaining Employment in India’s Handloom Sector By: Anthony P. D’Costa

Effect of the Arab Spring on Stabilization Capacity of the MENA Monarchies By: Andrey V Korotayev, Alina A Khokhlova

Evolution of Colonial Towns and Factors Influencing Toponymic Practices in Germano-Anglo Cameroon By: Ambe J Njoh, Esther P Chie, Fri C Soh-Agwetang

Non-Conventional Migration: An Evolving Pattern in South Asia By: AKM Ahsan Ullah, Mallik Akram Hossain, Ahmed Shafiqul Huque

Window of the World: Sino–African Encounters through Copies and Simulations By: Lesley Nicole Braun

Slow-Paced Adoption of Terrestrial Laser Scanning Technology for Land Surveying Operations in Nigeria’s Geoinformation Industry By: ES Ebinne, UC Nkwunonwo, OC Nwaka, NE Chiemelu

Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient

Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient

Volume 65 Issue 1-2

Poetry, Magic, and the Formation of Wahhabism By: Nadav Samin

The Madness of the Majẕūbs: Three Sufi Hagiographies in Sixteenth-Century Mughal India By: Anurag Advani

A Space for the Subject: Tracing Garden Culture in Muslim Russia By: Alfrid K. Bustanov

Crafting a Categorical Ayutthaya: Ethnic Labeling, Administrative Reforms, and Social Organization in an Early Modern Entrepôt By: Matthew Reeder

Pavilions to Celebrate Honest Officials: An Authenticity Dilemma in Fifteenth-Century China By: Sarah Schneewind

When the Other Speaks: Ismāʿīl Gasprinskii and the Concept of Islamic Reformation By: Gulnaz Sibgatullina

Capitalism in Khiva: Cash Waqf or Cash Loan? By: Alisher Khaliyarov

Oriental Dressings, Imperial Inhalations: The Indian Hookah in British Colonial Culture By: Arup K. Chatterjee

Journal of Humanity and Society

Journal of Humanity and Society

Volume 26 Issue 1

Pilgrims, Protest Tourists, and Palestinians: Abu Dis, Bethlehem, Dheisheh Camp By: Philip Hopper

From a Hashtag to a Movement: Black Women Movement Actors’ Challenges to Leading a Radical Movement in a “Postracial America” By: Shaneda Destine

Women Faculty in STEM Disciplines: Experiences with the Tenure Process and Departmental Practices By: Rodica Lisnic, Anna Zajicek, Brinck Kerr

Developing a Penal Abolitionist Application to Drug Treatment Drawing from Insider Perspectives and Lived Experiences By: Denise Woodall, Miriam Boeri

Journal of Islamic Manuscripts

Journal of Islamic Manuscripts

Volume 13 Issue 1

Saleroom Fiction versus Provenance: Historicizing Manuscripts via Their Marginal and Material Logic (Schøyen Fragments 1776) By: Konrad Hirschler

What’s in a Seal? Identification and Interpretation of ʿAbd al-Bāqī Ibn al-ʿArabī’s (d. 971/1564) Seal and Its Function By: Boris Liebrenz

Place Names in Colophons and Notes of Yemeni Manuscripts By: Christoph Rauch

Journal of Islamic Studies

Journal of Islamic Studies

Volume 33 Issue 1

ʿAlī b. al-Madīnī (161–234/778–849): A Critical Reconstruction of His Biography and Evaluation of His Contribution to ḤadĪth Criticism By: I-Wen Su

From kolkHoz to pulpit: Rashida abïstay and female religious authority in Soviet and post-Soviet Russia By: Rozaliya Garipova


Journal of the Middle East and Africa

Journal of the Middle East and Africa

Volume 13 Issue 1

“Don’t Call Us Kushim”: Racialized Experiences and Political Activism Among African Students in Israel in the 1960s By: Asher Lubotzky

“Change within Continuity”: Sacred and Holy Spaces and Socialization in Bocha, Zimbabwe, ca. 1910–1960s By: Aldrin Tinashe Magaya

Brave New World Order: The Supreme Council for Islamic Revolution in Iraq and the Rise of Iraqi Shī‘ī Identity Politics By: Joseph E. Kotinsly

Bureaucrat-Local Politician Relations and Hierarchical Local Governance in Emerging Democracies: A Case Study of Tunisia By: Salih Yasun

Militarized Policing in the Middle East and North Africa By: Erica De Bruin & Zachary Karabatak

Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies

Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies

Volume 18 Issue 1

Gendered Struggles over the Medical Profession in the Modern Middle East and North Africa By: Liat Kozma; Nicole Khayat

The Female Imperial Agent and the Intricacies of Power: British Nurses in Mandate Palestine By: Hagit Krik

Nursing (Inter)nationalism in Iran, 1916–1947 By: Lydia Wytenbroek

Women Doctors and the Medical Profession in Iraq during the First Half of the Twentieth Century By: Sara Farhan

“Why Don’t You Go to Nursing School?”: Hebrew University Medical School as a Gendered Experience, 1950–1970 By: Liat Kozma; Benny Nuriely

Orientalism without Power?: Chinese Female Ob-Gyns in Rural Algeria and Morocco in the Post-Mao Era By: Dongxin Zou

Journal of Muslim Mental Health

Journal of Muslim Mental Health

Volume 16 Issue 1

Occupational and Sociocultural Temporal Identity Integration: Links to Overall Health for Muslim-Heritage Immigrants to the United States By: Ummul-Kiram Kathawalla and Moin Syed

Tree of Life with Older Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Muslim Women in the Community Setting: An Exploratory Study By: Nigar Khawaja, Kate Murray and Emma Bidstrup

Psychometric Properties of the Fear of COVID-19 Scale (FCV-19S) in a Palestinian Context By: Fayez Mahamid, Dana Bdier and Denise Berte

Using Islamically Integrated Psychotherapy for the Treatment of Sexual Issues in a Muslim Male: A Pakistani Case Study By: Maryam Hussain

Visibility as Muslim, Perceived Discrimination and Psychological Distress among Muslim Students in the UK By: Mohammed Fahim Uddin, Amanda Williams and Katharine Alcock

Domestic Violence in Urban American Muslim Women By: Basmaa Ali, Mohammed Ahsan, Nahida Ahmed, H Stephen Leff, Clifton Chow and Yacoub Khatab

Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs

Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs

Volume 42 Issue 1

Senator Dennis Deconcini and the Battle for Bosnia on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., U.S.A By: Hamza Karčić

“Recognizing the Commencement of Ramadan … ”: U.S. Congressional Resolutions on Ramadan, 2001–2020 By: Andrea L. Stanton

Islamic Fashion: Subversion or Reinvention of Religious Values? By: Imène Ajala

Reshaping Their Mental Lifeworld: Malay-Muslim Immigrants in Australia in the Age of Islamophobia By: Khairudin Aljunied & Abbas Khan

“Tarred with the Same Brush”: Racist and Anti-racist Constructions of Muslim Asylum Seekers in Australia By: Ashleigh L. Haw

Comparing the Cultural Roots of Islamophobic Policy in China and France: The Cultural Similarities and Differences Behind State Rhetoric, Homogenisation and Repressive Policy By: Isaac Halpern

Malay Muslim Politicians’ Movements Amid the Deep South Unrest in Thailand By: Yasmin Sattar & Imron Sahoh

The Politics of Rohingya Ethnicity: Understanding the Debates on Rohingya in Myanmar By: Iqthyer Uddin Md Zahed & Bert Jenkins

Indonesia’s Islamic Networks in Germany: The Nahdlatul Ulama in Campaigning Islam Nusantara and Enacting Religious Agency By: Yanwar Pribadi

Miya Muslims of Assam: Identity, Visuality and the Construction of “Doubtful Citizens” By: Shofiul Alom Pathan & Munmun Jha

Sharia, Legal Pluralism and Muslim Personal Law: Ethnographic Lessons from the Mahallu System of Malabar, India By: K. C. Mujeebu Rahman & Anindita Chakrabarti

Journal of Muslims in Europe

Journal of Muslims in Europe

Volume 11 Issue 1

Authoritative Landscapes: The Making of Islamic Authority among Muslims in Europe: An Introduction By: Thijl Sunier and Léon Buskens

Islamic Authority and Centres of Knowledge Production in Europe By: Masooda Bano

Tafsir Studies and the Conundrum of Normativity By: Pieter Coppens

Religious Authority and Family Dispute Resolution among Moroccan Muslims in the Netherlands By: Arshad Muradin

Tariq Ramadan: A Voice for Decoloniality in France and in Morocco By: Ellen van de Bovenkamp

Who Should I Trust and Follow? Young Dutch Muslims Online and the Dynamics of Islamic Authority-Making By: Dorieke Molenaar

Material Muslim Authority: Danish Debates about Religious Markets By: Johan Fischer

Conjuring Karbala Online and Offline: Experiences of the ‘Authentic’ in Shiʾa majalis By: Aleeha Zahra Ali

Journal of North African Studies

Journal of North African Studies

Volume 27 Issue 2

North Africa’s Afarit awaken By: George Joffé

The perception of self-censorship among Moroccan journalists By: Abdelmalek El Kadoussi

Citizen journalism in Morocco: the case of fact-checkers By: Hamza Bailla & Mohammed Yachoulti

Cyberactivism and protest movements: the February 20th movement – the forming of a new generation in Morocco By: Nour-Eddine Laouni

‘The Rif again!’ popular uprisings and resurgent violence in post-transitional Morocco By: Zakaria Rhani, Khalid Nabalssi & Mariam Benalioua

Decentralisation as authoritarian upgrading? Evidence from Jordan and Morocco By: Erik Vollmann, Miriam Bohn, Roland Sturm & Thomas Demmelhuber

Explaining the influence of Maghrebi rivalries on Tunisian foreign policy By: Imad Mansour

Journal of Palestine Studies

Journal of Palestine Studies

Volume 51 Issue 1

Cultivating Credit: Financialized Urbanization Is Alienation! By : Tareq Radi

Palestine Solidarity Conferences in the Global Sixties By : Sorcha Thomson, Pelle Valentin Olsen, Sune Haugbolle

Finding a New Idiom: Language, Moral Decay, and the Ongoing Nakba By : Elias Khoury

“Captain Filastine” and the Trappings of Success By : Nada Elia

An Invitation to Belong: Challenging the Systemic Exclusion of Palestinians as Present Absentees By : Sarah Anne Minkin

Toward the Consolidation of a Gazan Military Front? By : Camille Mansour

Israeli Law and the Rule of Colonial Difference By : Rabea Eghbariah

Journal of Qurʾanic Studies

Journal of Qurʾanic Studies

Volume 24 Issue 1

Approaches to the Investigation of Speech Genres in the Qur’an By: Devin J. Stewart

Fights and Flights: Two Underrated ‘Alternatives’ to Dominant Readings in tafsīr By: Sohaib Saeed

Qur’an Translations into Central Asian Languages: Exegetical Standards and Translation Processes By: Mykhaylo Yakubovych

The Semantic Arrangement of Antonyms in Clear and Ambiguous Vocabulary in the Qur’an By: Sayel Hazza Al-hawawshaSaad Abdullah Meqdad and Mohammed Omar Aburahme

Journal of Religion in Africa

Journal of Religion in Africa

Volume 51 Issue 1-2

Healing Borders and the Mapping of Referral Systems: Across the Territorial Spaces of African Healing Shrines, Christian Prayerhouses, and Hospitals By: Matthew Michael

Objects of Catholic Conversion in Colonial Buganda: A Study of the Miraculous Medal By: Alison Bennett

From Religion to Spirituality: Lessons for Values Education By: Lokesh Ramnath Maharajh

The Road to an Agreement on Missions: The Quarrel between Portugal and the Holy See Regarding the Missionary Policy for the Portuguese Empire in Africa (c.1880–1910) By: Hugo Gonçalves Dores

Zulu Creation Myths by Credo Mutwa – Ancient Tradition or Mutwa’s Invention? By: Agnieszka Podolecka

Putting African Communitarian Values to the Test during a Pandemic: An Ideological Analysis of the Speeches of Ghana’s President By: Husein Inusah

Attitude and Perception of Ghanaians toward the Church: An Analysis of the views of Christians living in selected Districts in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana By: Joseph Bawa, Anthony Ayim, and Bossman Bastimi

Grassroots Perceptions of Islamic Extremism and Muslim-Christian Relations in Mali By: Ludovic Lado and Boris Olivier Glode

‘Let No Black Cat Cross Our Path’: An Introduction to Ga Rituals of Affliction By: Gyau Kumi Adu

Journal of Religion in Africa

Journal of Religion in Africa

Volume 51 Issue 3-4

Factors Influencing Eritreans Joining the Pentecostal Faith Movement: A Grounded Theory By: Amanuel Abraha Teklemariam

African Traditional Religious Practices as Social Regulatory Mechanism: The ‘Ulo Ubu’ Example in Amasiri, Nigeria By: Chinyere Lilian Nkama

Prayer Camps, Mental Health, and Human Rights Concerns in Ghana By: Francis Benyah

Christianity and Shona Religion and Ecology: An Ethical-Practical Perspective By: Jaco Beyers and Kudakwashe Muza

Media, Gender, and Religion in the Twenty-First Century: Interrogating the Public Image of Christian Women in Nigeria By: Enoch Olujide Gbadegesin and Kemi Wale-Olaitan

Hate Speech as a Politico-Religious Tool in Contemporary Zimbabwe By: Nomatter Sande and Byron Maforo

Exploring the Origins and Expansion of the Nyaminyami (Water Spirit) Belief Systems among the BaTonga People of Northwestern Zimbabwe By: Joshua Matanzima

East African Religious Pluralism: An Urban Coastal Case Study By: Blair Alan Gadsby

Religion as a Security Threat: Case Studies of Extremist Christian Movements in Africa By: Hamdy A Hassan

The Illusion of Reality and the Reality of Illusion: Staged Performance, Trickery, and Prestidigitation in Ritual By: Manuela Palmeirim

Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society

Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society

Volume 32 Issue 1

Introduction: Situating Sanskrit after the Sultanates By: Luther Obrock

Verses at the Court of the King: Shifts in the Historical Imagination of the Sanskrit Literary Tradition during the Second Millennium By: DAUD ALI

“Islam” in Sanskrit doxography: a reconsideration via the writings of Madhusūdana Sarasvatī By: SHANKAR NAIR

Uddhara’s World: Geographies of Piety and Trade in Sultanate South Asia By: LUTHER OBROCK

Rudra Kavi and the Mughal Elite: A Codicological Reappraisal By: PRANAV PRAKASH

Jain Memory of the Tughluq Sultans: Alternative Sources for the Historiography of Sultanate India By: STEVEN M. VOSE

How were young Muslim minds shaped? A critical study of the kuttāb in Medieval Islam By: ESSAM AYYAD

An Illustrated Shiʿi Pilgrimage Scroll in the Collections of the Royal Asiatic Society By: ULRICH MARZOLPH, MATHILDE RENAULD

‘Indian Money’, Intra-Shīʿī Polemics, and the Bohra and Khoja Pilgrimage Infrastructure in Iraq’s Shrine Cities, 1897–1932 By: MICHAEL O’SULLIVAN

Journal of Sufi Studies

Journal of Sufi Studies

Volume 11 Issue 1

Nearness to the Real: Sainthood as Ontological Proximity in the Thought of Dāwūd al-Qayṣarī By: Arthur Schechter

Mysticism and Theosophy in the Service of the Regime: Azharite Scholars and the Challenges to Religion-State Relations under Mubarak By: Elisheva Machlis

Sufism, Miracles and Oceanic Fatwas: The Beloved of North Jakarta By: Teren Sevea

On the History of Sufism in Australia: A Manuscript from the Broken Hill Mosque By: Abu Bakr Sirajuddin Cook and Rami Dawood

Mashriq & Mahjar: Journal of Middle East and North African Migration Studies

Mashriq & Mahjar: Journal of Middle East and North African Migration Studies

Volume 9 Issue 1

“Ana Mafi Khouf Min Kafeel”: Counter-Narratives in Comedic Video Representations of Migrant Workers in the Arab Gulf States By: Nadeen Dakkak

Blessed and Banned: Surveillance and Refusal in Somali Diasporic Art & Literature By: Danielle Haque

Leaving Homeland: The Evolving Conceptualization of Migration in the Iranian Cinema of the 2010s By: Babak Tabarraee

Human Interest Stories in the Coverage of Syrian Refugees: A Case Study from Turkey By: Dalia Abdelhady, Fatmanur Delioglu

“Interstitial Spaces and Sites of Struggle”: Displacement, Identity, and Belonging in Contemporary French Accented Cinema By: Sheila Petty

Medieval Encounters

Medieval Encounters

Volume 27 Issue 6

Hidden Davidic and Solomonic Legends in The Hundred and One Nights: Backgrounds in Muslim Tradition Echoing the Bible and Midrash By: Amir Lerner

Fluid Boundaries: Christian Sacred Space and Islamic Relics in an Early Ḥadīth By: Adam C. Bursi

Middle East Critique

Middle East Critique

Volume 31 Issue 1

From the White Man’s Burden to the Responsible Saviour: Justifying Humanitarian Intervention in Libya By: Ilia Xypolia

Reflections on the Failure of the Egyptian Revolution By: Gianni Del Panta

Echoes of the Past: Egyptian Student Activists between Revolution, Repression and Memory of the Student Movement By: Farah Ramzy

Women and Economic Reform in Egypt: Impact of Production Changes on Female Waged Labor Force Participation By: Osama Diab & Salma Ihab Hindy

Multiple Consciousness and Transnationalism in Iranian Armenian Cultural Productions By: Claudia Yaghoobi

The Middle East Journal

The Middle East Journal

Volume 75 Issue 4

The Far Right, Labor Unions, and the Working Class in Turkey since the 1960s By: Aytürk, İlker; Esen, Berk

Memorializing the Conquest of Constantinople and Strengthening the Turkish-Greek Alliance in the Context of the Early Cold War By: Emen-Gökatalay, Gözde

Religion in the First Year of the Pandemic: Shi’i Jurisprudence on Covid-19 in the Islamic Republic of Iran By: Rodziewicz, Magdalena

A Social Contract Moment: Egypt’s National Action Charter and Saudi Arabia’s Ten-Point Program Compared By: Shechter, Relli

Middle East Law and Governance: An Interdisciplinary Journal

Volume 14 Issue 1

Governing the covid-19 Pandemic in the Middle East and North Africa: Containment Measures as a Public Good By: Kevin Koehler and Jonah Schulhofer-Wohl

Dyadic Analysis of Fragile Middle Eastern States and Humanitarian Implications of Restrictive covid-19 Policies By: Daniel Habib, Naela Elmore, Seth Gulas, Nathan Ruhde, Daniel Mathew, and Nicholas Parente

Testing Saudi State Capacity: A Study to Investigate How the Government Responded to the covid-19 Pandemic By: Mamdouh A. Shouman and Abdulaziz S. Alkabaa

Mapping Covid-19 Governance in Lebanon: Territories of Sectarianism and Solidarity By: Mona Harb, Ahmad Gharbieh, Mona Fawaz, and Luna Dayekh

‘We are in a Battle with the Virus’: Hamas, Hezbollah, and covid-19 By: Abdalhadi Alijla

The Power of Bipartisan Mobilization: The Success of Tunisia’s Feminist Movement During the Coronavirus Pandemic By: Maro Youssef and Sarah Yerkes

From Democratic Exception to State of Exception: Covid-19 in the Context of Tunisia’s State of Law By: Meriem Guetat and Meriem Agrebi

Governing Migration and Asylum Amid Covid-19 and Legal Precarity in Turkey By: Derya Ozkul

Middle Eastern Literatures

Middle Eastern Literatures

Volume 24 Issue 1

Orphanhood and allegoresis in Raḍwā ʿĀshūr’s Granada Trilogy By: M.J. Ernst

Eyes on the prize: the global readability of an IPAF-winning modern Arabic novel By: Anna Ziajka Stanton

“Milli etmek” [Making national]: masculinity, queerness and disability in Murat Uyurkulak’s Merhume By: Duygu Oya Ula

Middle Eastern Studies

Middle Eastern Studies

Volume 58 Issue 1

Caring for the sick man? Russian and Greek reactions to the Ottoman reforms (1856–1908) By: Denis Vovchenko

İbnülemin Mahmud Kemal İnal – the epitome of late Ottoman culture By: Syed Tanvir Wasti

The journal İnkılâp and the appeal of antisemitism in interwar Turkey By: Alexandros Lamprou

The place of Italy in Turkish foreign policy in the 1930s By: Mehmet Doğar

What politics does to the army: divisions and reconfigurations to the military institution in the 27 May 1960 coup in Turkey By: Benjamin Gourisse

Israel, Turkey, and the Turkish Jewish community in light of Operation Protective Edge By: Efrat Aviv

Jerusalem 1948–1952 as a ‘no man’s land’: the Israeli policy in Jerusalem as an arena of the Cold War By: Ofira Rachel Gruweis-Kovalsky

From reconciliation to confrontation: Menachem Begin and the Kibbutz Movement 1968–1981 By: Amir Goldstein

Terrorism and migration: on the mass emigration of Iraqi Jews, 1950–1951 By: Esther Meir-Glitzenstein

Kurdish insurgency in Rojhelat: from Rasan to the Oslo negotiations By: Gareth Stansfield & Allan Hassaniyan

Coup-proofing and political violence: the case of Iraq By: Ghashia Kiyani

‘Peaceful civil jihad’ – Saudi Arabia’s Islamic civil rights movement and its concept of jihad By: Peter Enz-Harlass

The Abyssinian slave trade to Iran and the Rokeby case 1877 By: Vanessa Martin

The French connection: political Islam from the Algerian War to the Iranian Revolution By: Jakob Krais

Radical virtues: practices of the body among Iranian revolutionaries of the 1960s and 1970s By: Fatima Tofighi

The Muslim World

The Muslim World

Volume 112 Issue 1

Centering Muslims in Global Humanitarianism and Development By: Nermeen Mouftah, Abbas Barzegar

Sacrificial Skins: The Value of Pakistan’s Eid al-Azha Animal Hide Collection By: Nermeen Mouftah

Economy of Tribulation: Translating Humanitarianism for an Islamic Counterpublic By: Basit Kareem Iqbal

Global Standards, Cultural Islam: Syrian-led Muslim Humanitarianism in Turkey By: Yasemin İpek

‘You Won’t Find Religion Here’: The (In)Visibility of Muslim Responses to Situations of Mass Displacement By: Tahir Zaman

Da‘wa as Development: Kuwaiti Islamic Charity in East and West Africa By: Mara A. Leichtman

Mobilizing and Framing Construction Jihād and Islamic Development in Revolutionary Iran By: Eric Lob

Crowdfunding Nayā Pakistan: Development, Nationalism, and the Diamer-Bhasha Dam By: Salwa Tareen

Epistemic Violence and the Rise of the Pseudo-Secular Islamic FBO in the Age of the ‘Religious Turn’ in Development By: David Tittensor, Matthew Clarke

Philosophy and Social Criticism

Philosophy and Social Criticism

Volume 48 Issue 1

Pandemic and human lifeworld: A manifest/hidden warfare By: Fred Dallmayr, Abbas Manoochehri

Good life egalitarianism By: Tom Malleson

Towards a principle of most-deeply affected By: Afsoun Afsahi

Critique and cognitive capacities: Towards an action-oriented model By: Magnus Hörnqvist

Three forms of philosophical theatre in Kierkegaard’s Journals and Notebooks By: Stuart Dalton

Paradoxes of democracy: Rousseau and Hegel on democratic deliberation By: Lorenzo Rustighi

Philosophy and Social Criticism

Philosophy and Social Criticism

Volume 48 Issue 2

Criticizing critique. A discussion of Asger Sørensen’s Capitalism, Alienation and Critique By: Carsten Friberg

From Horkheimer to Honneth and back again: A comment on Asger Sørensen’s capitalism, alienation and critique By: Malte Frøslee Ibsen

Critical theory and the future of humanity: A reply to Asger Sørensen By: Per Jepsen

Neoliberalism, the entrepreneur and critique of political economy: A commentary on Sørensen’s Capitalism, Alienation and Critique By: Luise Li Langergaard

Critical theory, immanent critique and neo-liberalism. Reply to critique raised in Copenhagen By: Asger Sørensen

Of savages and Stoics: Converging moral and political ideals in the conjectural histories of Rousseau and Ferguson By: Rudmer Bijlsma

The horizon of another world: Foucault’s Cynics and the birth of radical cosmopolitics By: Tamara Caraus

Gentrification and the racialization of space By: Tyler J. Zimmer

Radical democratic theory and migration: The Refugee Protest March as a democratic practice By: Helge Schwiertz

Philosophy and Social Criticism

Philosophy and Social Criticism

Volume 48 Issue 3

What the controversy over ‘the reasonable’ reveals: On Habermas’s Auch eine Geschichte der Philosophie By: Alessandro Ferrara

Beyond the political principle: Applying Martin Buber’s philosophy to societal polarization By: Marc Pauly

The concept of publicness in Kant’s critical method of metaphysics By: Farshid Baghai

Who, the people? Rethinking constituent power as praxis By: Maxim van Asseldonk

Spontaneous order and civilization: Burke and Hayek on markets, contracts and social order By: Gregory M. Collins

The virtues of truth: On democracy’s epistemic value By: Zhichao Tong

Politics and Religion

Politics and Religion

Volume 15 Issue 1

Religious Elite Cues, Internal Division, and the Impact of Pope Francis’ Laudato Si’ By: David T. Buckley

Is Criticism Disloyal? American Jews’ Attitudes toward Israel By: Graham Wright, Leonard Saxe, Kenneth D. Wald

Remember to be Jewish: Religious Populism in Israel By: Guy Ben Porat, Dani Filc

Beyond Identity: What Explains Hezbollah’s Popularity among Non-Shi‘a Lebanese? By: Ekrem Karakoç, Mesut Özcan, Sevinç Alkan Özcan

The Patriotic Turn in Russia: Political Convergence of the Russian Orthodox Church and the State? By: Gaziza Shakhanova, Petr Kratochvíl

A Political Profile of U.S. Pagans By: Kathleen Marchetti

Religious Authority in a Democratic Society: Clergy and Citizen Evidence from a New Measure By: Ryan P. Burge, Paul A. Djupe

Mobilizing the Religious Left: Linking the Movement to Individual Political Activity By: Kimberly H. Conger

Politics, Religion & Ideology

Politics, Religion & Ideology

Volume 23 Issue 1

Is China Repressing or Moulding Religion? ‘Religious Freedom’, Post-coloniality, and the Chinese State Building By: Zhe Gao

The Ghost in the Machine: Brexit, Populism, and the Sacralisation of Politics By: Steve Kettell & Peter Kerr

Mission Civilisatrice: Thomas Sankara and the ‘Transformation of Mentalities’ in the Burkina Faso Revolution By: Stephen Louw

Religion in the Age of Migration By: A. K. M. Ahsan Ullah, Ahmed Shafiqul Huque & Arju Afrin Kathy

What Your Country Can Do for You: A Proposed Typology of Religious Feminist Strategies By: Elisheva Rosman

Secularism and Nonreligion

Secularism and Nonreligion

Volume 11

Advancing the Study of Nonreligion through Feminist Methods By: Jordan C. Reuter, Colleen I. Murray

Is Secularism Too Western? Disputes Around Offending Pictures of Muhammad and the Virgin Mary By: Sebastien Urbanski

Turkish Studies

Turkish Studies

Volume 23 Issue 1

Turkey’s Isolation from the Eastern Mediterranean Gas Forum: ideational mechanisms and material interests in Energy Politics By: Pınar İpek & V. Tibet Gür

The relationship between diffuse support for democracy and governing party support in a hybrid regime: evidence with four representative samples from Turkey By: Berna Öney & M. Murat Ardag

In the name of the state. The Nationalist Action Party (MHP) and the genesis of political violence during the 1970s By: Benjamin Gourisse

Transformation of conservative politics, urban space and taste in contemporary Turkey By: Aksu Akçaoğlu

Turkey and the ‘Maghrebization’ of the European economic community: the 1978 suspension of the association agreement By: Arda Ozansoy

Missing a landmark moment or treading on thin ice: sexual orientation and gender identity and the Turkish Constitutional Court By: Engin Yıldırım

Show (and tell) trials: competing narratives of Turkey’s Democrat Party era By: Reuben Silverman