ScienceOpen’s research and discovery network is continuously growing with new publications and collections from different publishers around the world. Our platform is ideal for big and small scholarly publishers, libraries, conference organizers, and university presses as well.
The latest addition to our network is the new collection by Edinburgh University Press on Islamic Studies, which will bring cutting-edge research that spans art and architecture, history, linguistics and literature, politics and religion.
The new partnership with Edinburgh University Press is an important step forward in ScienceOpen’s experience with the management, dissemination, and curation of collections from university presses.
ScienceOpen’s platform expands the ways in which users can interact with Edinburgh University Press’ content by allowing researchers and users of ScienceOpen to recommend highlighted research, create collections, write peer reviews, and easily share publications to different social media channels directly from our website.
Exploring the new collection
Edinburgh University Press’s scholarship in Islamic Studies includes art and architecture, history, language and linguistics, literature, politics, and religion. EUP publishes journals, research monographs, reference works, textbooks, and cutting-edge series in a variety of subject areas, reaching an international audience.
We are delighted to launch our first collection on ScienceOpen, bringing together our Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies content across our book and journal programs into one, combined collection of over 370 books and 1,000 journal articles. Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies is one of our flagship publishing areas and showcasing journal and book content in a single collection will provide a rich user-experience.Nicola Ramsey, Chief Executive Officer at Edinburgh University Press
The Islamic Studies collection on ScienceOpen already includes over 1000 articles and books, and it will continue to develop with fresh pioneering research and insights from various areas of Islamic Studies research.
Follow the collection to stay up to date on the latest additions, and take a glimpse at its content by exploring some of the featured journals and publications from EUP:
- British Muslim Women in the Cultural and Creative Industries by Saskia Warren
- Gendering Civil War by Mireille Rebeiz
- Political Thought in the Mamluk Period by Mohamad El-Merheb
- Arabic Language Academies in Israel Versus the Hebrew Language Academy: between Professionalism and Nationalist Politics
- Jami’s Rhetoric of Old Age and Aging in Salaman va Absal
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