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Edited by Suad Joseph
Leiden prides itself on a longstanding tradition of scholarship and publishing in the study of Islam and Muslim cultures in Western academia. From the very beginning both philological and historical approaches have been prominent in this endeavor, later extending to anthropological studies of ...
Editorial board: Jørgen S. Nielsen, University of Copenhagen and Aminah McCloud, DePaul University, Chicago
Brill's Muslim Minorities series is designed to represent scholarly research into the situation of Islam and Muslims in world regions characterised by long-term European settlement: Europe from the Atlantic through the Russian Federation, the Americas, southern Africa and Australasia. Research ...
Edited by Susanne Dahlgren and Judith Tucker
Edited by Jørgen S. Nielsen, University of Copenhagen; Samim Akgönül, Strasbourg University; Ahmet Alibašić, Faculty of Islamic Studies and Center for Advanced Studies, Sarajevo and Egdūnas Račius, Vytautas Magnus University
The Yearbook of Muslims in Europe provides up-to-date factual information and statistics of the situation of Muslims in 46 European countries.
Editor: Gülru Necipoğlu, Harvard University. Managing Editor: Karen A. Leal, Harvard University
Muqarnas 30 features a subset of articles involving cross-cultural interactions between East and West as manifested in the visual culture of the region.
Muqarnas 29 features a subset of articles involving cross-cultural interactions between East and West as manifested in the visual culture of the region.
Editor: Gülru Necipoğlu. Managing Editor: Karen A. Leal
Muqarnas 28 contains articles on a number of topics including shadow puppets, the concept of fann, Byzantine and Ottoman architecture, and seventeenth-century Persian painting. The "Notes and Sources" section includes a discussion of an early fifteenth-century Khamsa in the Bryn Mawr College ...
Edited, Translated, and with an Introduction by Mohammad A. Quayum, International Islamic University Malaysia
In The Essential Rokeya, Mohammad A. Quayum collates Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain’s best work in English, as well as Quayum’s own translation of her works from Bengali into English, which encapsulate the author’s imagination as a foremother of South Asian feminism.
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