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Abgadiyat

Journal of Arabic Calligraphy

Editor-in-Chief Dr. Ahmed Mansour

Abgadiyat is a scientific peer-reviewed journal co-published by Brill and the Calligraphy Center affiliated to Bibliotheca Alexandrina. The journal carries an Arabic name which means ‘alphabets’.

Abgadiyat publishes articles dedicated to the research, study, documentation, conservation and interpretation of the writings, calligraphies, and inscriptions in Arabic throughout the world.

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Edited by Bilal Orfali and Ramzi Baalbaki

Al-Abhath is a refereed journal published annually by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences of the American University of Beirut. The journal publishes articles and reviews in the fields of Arab and Middle Eastern studies.​The journal encourages the submission of articles written in English or Arabic dealing with Arab and Middle Eastern studies.​ Since its inception, Al-Ahbath has covered many related fields of interest: Arab and Islamic studies, sociology, numismatics, history, economic, language, psychology and astrology, concentrating on the Arab world. It appears in both Arabic and English and is a necessary and useful reference for anyone interested in and engaged in the study of any aspect of this part of the world.For more information about the journal in Arabic, please visit the Al-Abhath website.

Editor-in-Chief Dr. Pedram Khosronejad

This journal was announced but will not publish.

Arabica

Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies / Revue d'études arabes et islamiques

Originally founded by Evariste Lévi-Provençal in 1954 as an organ for French arabists, Arabica has now become a multidisciplinary academic journal, with an international editorial board representing various fields of research. It is dedicated to the study of the Arab world's classical and contemporary literatures, languages, history, thought and civilization. From a wider perspective, Arabica is open to the general fields of Islamicate studies and intercultural relations between Arab societies and the other cultural areas throughout history. It actively endeavors to participate in the development of new scholarly approaches and problematics. In addition to original research articles in English and French (preferably), Arabica also publishes 'notes and documents', book reviews, and occasionally academic debates in its 'methods and debates' section. Special issues may deal with a specific theme, or publish the proceedings of a conference.

Fondée en 1954 par Évariste Lévi-Provençal en tant qu’organe des arabisants français, Arabica est aujourd’hui une revue scientifique pluridisciplinaire, avec comité de lecture international représentant les divers domaines de recherche. Consacrée aux langues, littératures, histoires, systèmes de pensée et civilisations du monde arabophone aussi bien classique que contemporain, elle est aussi ouverte au domaine général de l’Islam et à l’étude des relations entre cultures arabes et autres cultures au cours de l’histoire. Arabica participe activement au renouvellement des approches et des problématiques dans le champ des études arabes et islamiques. Elle publie, prioritairement en français ou en anglais, en plus d’articles de recherche originaux, des « notes et documents », un « bulletin critique » et, occasionnellement, elle ouvre une rubrique intitulée « méthodes et débats ». Des numéros spéciaux peuvent être consacrés à un ensemble de contributions traitant d’un domaine particulier ou reprenant des actes de colloques.

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Die Welt des Islams

International Journal for the Study of Modern Islam

Die Welt des Islams focuses on the history and culture of the Islamic world from the eighteenth century to the present. The journal gives special emphasis to literature and provides its large international readership with articles in English, French and German. Highly descriptive essays are accompanied by copious notes, and extensive book reviews are authored by specialists, offering a broad scholarly view of the field of Islam.
Published since 1951, Die Welt des Islams is found in the world’s major research libraries. The journal is unrivalled in its field and an essential resource for those who wish to stay on top of their discipline.

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Edited by Tillmann Lohse, Ignacio Sánchez and Annette Schmiedchen

Editor-in-Chief Zachary Chitwood

Endowment Studies (ENDS) is a peer-reviewed, English-language periodical dedicated to the study of foundations or endowments, fostering their examination from cross-cultural, diachronic and interdisciplinary perspectives. As a diachronic and omnipresent phenomenon, endowments touch on every conceivable aspect of a given society, such as the arts, economy, intellectual life, law, politics and religion. Specialists from these and other disciplines/ fields (Byzantine Studies, Indology, Islamic Studies and Medieval Studies) can thus participate in cross-disciplinary conversations via the leitmotif of endowments.

As the first journal dedicated to the study of foundations in a comparative context, ENDS offers a venue for publication that is both transcultural and interdisciplinary, with a special focus on the Pre-Modern era, yet not restricted to any particular epoch. Contributions treating any aspect of endowments are welcome.

Main editorial contact address: endseditors@gmail.com.

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In the medieval, late medieval and pre-modern world of Islam, Muslims, Jews and Christians constituted a unique cultural and intellectual commonality. They shared a language, Arabic (and at times Persian), which they spoke in daily life and which they also used for their theological, philosophical, legal and scientific writings. Moreover, they often read the same books, so that a continuous, multi-dimensional exchange of ideas, texts, and forms of discourse was the norm rather than the exception.While this has been amply demonstrated for some selected periods and regions, scholars usually opt for a one-dimensional approach with an (often exclusive) focus on either Muslim, Jewish or Christian authors and their writings.
The journal Intellectual History of the Islamicate World provides a forum for research that systematically crosses the boundaries between three major disciplines of academia and research, viz. Islamic Studies, Jewish Studies and the study of Eastern Christianity. It encourages discussion among representatives of these and related disciplines, with a view to promoting a new understanding of intellectual history in all its facets throughout the Islamicate World, from its emergence until modern times and from different methodological perspectives. The Intellectual History of the Islamicate World covers such themes as philosophy, theology, exegesis, law and legal methodology, sciences and medicine.
The Intellectual History of the Islamicate World is double blind peer-reviewed. From 2017 onwards it will publish three issues per year. In addition to predefined theme volumes, the journal accepts submissions relevant to its overall concerns but not bound to a specific theme. Moreover, from 2017 there will be a review section. All submissions and queries should be addressed to the editor-in-chief at scs@ias.edu. Further details can be found on the journal’s website: www.brill.com/ihiw.

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Iran and the Caucasus is a peer-reviewed multi-disciplinary journal. Published in four issues per year, the Journal promotes original, innovative, and meticulous research on the history (ancient, mediaeval and modern), culture, linguistics, literature (textology), folklore, social and cultural anthropology, and the political issues of the Irano-Caucasian world. Accepting articles in English, French and German, Iran and the Caucasus publishes path-breaking monographic studies, synoptic essays, as well as book reviews and book notes that highlight and analyse important new publications. Iran and the Caucasus is edited under the guidance of an Editorial Board consisting of prominent scholars from the area itself, as well as from beyond. It is unique in being a scholarly forum in the truest sense of the word on a region of growing importance, and a treasure-trove of information otherwise hard to get at.

Submission
All manuscripts, editorial correspondence and books for review should be emailed to caucasoiranica@gmail.com or sent to:
Garnik S. Asatrian, Editor Iran and the Caucasus
Caucasian Centre for Iranian Studies
375010 Khorenatsi Str. 26, Yerevan, Republic of Armenia

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The Journal of Abbasid Studies (JAS), published by Brill, the Netherlands, is a platform to discuss the political, cultural, social, economic, religious and intellectual life of the Abbasid Caliphate. The journal’s time span, from c. 700 – c. 1250 A.D., is demarcated by the formative period of early Islam on the one end and the invasion of the Mongols on the other. Coverage of the Fatimid Caliphate and al-Andalus, for instance, is restricted to their relations with the Abbasids.
JAS brings scholars together who work on the classical Islamic world and who are active in different disciplines which only rarely “talk” to one another — in this way the Journal hopes to achieve a holistic contemplation of the Abbasid era.
JAS is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research and review articles in English as well as Arabic editions with English translations of short texts. Alongside two issues per year, monographs and/or collected volumes will occasionally be published as supplements to the journal.
The editors of JAS invite submissions from established and early career scholars. For more information, please email Dr. Monique Bernards at JAS@abbasidstudies.org.

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The Journal of Islamic Manuscripts explores the crucial importance of the handwritten book in the Muslim world. It is concerned with the written transmission of knowledge, the numerous varieties of Islamic book culture and the materials and techniques of bookmaking, namely codicology. It also considers activities related to the care and management of Islamic manuscript collections, including cataloguing, conservation and digitization. It is the journal’s ambition to provide students and scholars, librarians and collectors – in short, everyone who is interested in Islamic manuscripts – with a professional journal and functional platform of their own. It welcomes contributions in English, French and Arabic on codicology, textual studies, manuscript collections and collection care and management. Papers will be peer-reviewed to maintain a high scholarly level. The Journal of Islamic Manuscripts is published on behalf of the Islamic Manuscript Association Limited, an international non-profit organization dedicated to protecting Islamic manuscripts and supporting those who work with them.
For enquiries and submission of articles for the Journal please contact the editor, Prof. Jan Just Witkam in Leiden.

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