Islamic studies on ScienceOpen

Islamic studies on ScienceOpen

Islamic Studies is an academic discipline that focuses on the history, culture, society, and religion of Islamic society from its inception in the 7th century to today.

ScienceOpen provides the publishing infrastructure to emphasize the diversity of knowledge in subjects, such as Islamic Studies, by bridging geographical, linguistic, and cultural divides.

In this blog, we wish to highlight not only collections that cover various aspects of the broad discipline of Islamic Studies but also notable research and scholarship from the various academic communities and institutions in Islamic countries.

The latest addition to ScienceOpen

Edinburgh University Press has recently joined our network by dedicating a collection to its scholarship in the field of Islamic & Middle Eastern Studies, which includes hundreds of books and journal articles on a variety of topics. Religion is a significant subject of EUP’s publishing, from studying Islam to giving in-depth investigations of religious texts, people, and developments.

We invite you to explore the great range of subjects covered by the Islamic & Middle Eastern Studies books and journal collection, including politics & international relations, religion, history, art & architecture, and language & linguistics.

Amsterdam University Press

Amsterdam University Press (AUP) is a renowned publisher of humanities and social science academic publications, journals, and textbooks.

In keeping with the mission of the University of Amsterdam, AUP places a specific emphasis on the discursive transmission and interchange of ideas within various religious groups, and it collaborates with major institutions to produce and publish new prestigious scholarship in the field of Islamic Studies.

Discover some of the most relevant books from the ScienceOpen collection below:

Emirates Scholar

Emirates Scholar promotes and supports academic research by assisting in the identification, analysis, and resolution of critical administrative issues, current potential trends, non-traditional ideas, and impending phenomena that contribute to shaping the future in the short term, with a study focus on the Gulf region and the United Arab Emirates.

The journals in the Emirates Scholar collection encompass study subjects such as economics, security, automation, and technological innovation, social studies, and management. ScienceOpen users can quickly access groundbreaking research from the Gulf area, encompassing a wide range of themes from an interdisciplinary perspective, in the collection of Emirates Scholar.

Excellence in scholarship by Pluto Journals

Arab Studies Quarterly (ASQ) was established in 1979 by the late Professors Edward Said and Ibrahim Abu-Lughod. They envisioned the journal as being a platform for academic research to counter anti-Arab propaganda veiled in academic jargon. Since its inception, ASQ has been a refereed academic journal that publishes articles on the Arabs, their history, and social and political institutions.

Featured articles from the latest issues of ASQ:

The Bethlehem University Journal was established in 1981 to foster a culture of excellence in research and research ethics in matters pertaining not only to Palestine and the region but also to the world at large. BUJ publishes original, theoretically informed articles on a variety of topics from different disciplines in both Arabic and English.

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Bilingual metadata or completely translated articles on ScienceOpen not only help to open up the world of research to a wider audience, but also aid in further dissemination of research to the global academic community and paves the path for the establishment of international peer networks.

Islamophobia Studies Journal is a bi-annual peer-reviewed journal that focuses on the critical analysis of Islamophobia and its multiple manifestations in our contemporary moment. The Journal is produced in collaboration with the Islamophobia Research and Documentation Project at the Center for Race and Gender at Berkeley, a research unit dedicated to the systematic study of othering Islam and Muslims. ISJ is an interdisciplinary and multi-lingual academic journal that encourages open scholarly exchange, exploring new approaches, methodologies, and contemporary issues.

ReOrient is an international, double-blind, peer-reviewed journal that seeks to publish quality research on the newly emerging field of Critical Muslim Studies. We encourage a decolonial, post-positivist, post-orientalist, and post-Eurocentric approach to the analysis of the historical and contemporary political, socio-economic, and cultural processes that are constitutive of the Islamicate in its widest-ranging permutations. 

UUM Press

UUM Press publishes original works in Malay and English as well as works that are translated into Malay. Priority is given to works in fields related to the academic focus of UUM. However, suitable general titles with market potential and potential for knowledge dissemination are also encouraged.

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