This series of monographs, edited volumes, and translations promotes the interdisciplinary study of South Asian Islamicate societies by exploring previously neglected archives and voices and showcasing new methodologies. Informed by popular literature, the visual and verbal arts, socio-religious treatises on reform, canonical works of history and culture, and the creative, ideological, literary, and mercantile networks, this series furthers the study of religious, regional, and linguistic reciprocities.
Journal of Urdu Studies is a peer-reviewed, academic journal dedicated to the study of Urdu across a range of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences. The objective of the journal is to advance the field of Urdu Studies by publishing superior scholarship, setting and maintaining the highest standards in Urdu-English translation, developing new methods in Urdu research, and providing scholars with resources for innovative approaches to the field. To this end, the journal publishes research articles, translations, review articles, and book reviews. It welcomes submissions in a range of disciplines, including, inter alia, art, anthropology, cultural studies, film and media studies, history, language, literature, philology, philosophy, and religious studies.