New at Brill in Open Access: Encyclopædia Iranica Online

 

Encyclopaedia Iranica is the most renowned reference work in the field of Iran studies. Founded by the late Professor Ehsan Yarshater and edited at the Ehsan Yarshater Center for Iranian Studies at Columbia University, this monumental international project brings together the scholarship about Iran of thousands of authors around the world.

 

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Encyclopædia Iranica Online Now Freely Accessible at Brill

The Ehsan Yarshater Center for Iranian Studies at Columbia University, New York, and Brill are delighted to announce that the Encyclopædia Iranica Online is now freely accessible at Brill’s Reference Works Platform. Encyclopædia Iranica is the comprehensive academic reference work dedicated to the study of Iranian civilization in the Middle East, the Caucasus, Central Asia, and the Indian subcontinent.

Ancient Iran Series Added to Brill’s Publishing Portfolio

As part of their growing portfolio in Middle East and Islamic Studies, Brill has signed an agreement for the take-over of the book series Ancient Iran Series. With its coverage of ancient, pre-, and early-Islamic Iran, this book series complements other book series with a more modern focus on this geographical area, as well as the various other journals and encyclopaedias Brill publishes in this field.

Read an interview with Geert Jan van Gelder

The longstanding series Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 1: The Near and Middle East recently reached its 150th volume by publishing the special Prominent Murder Victims of the Pre- and Early Islamic Periods Including the Names of Murdered Poets. We caught up with Geert Jan van Gelder, editor and translator of the volume.

 

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Maurits van den Boogert

Manuscripts and Printing, History, Literature, Art and Architecture, Primary Sources, Encyclopaedia of Islam, Text Editions Online

maurits.vandenboogert@brill.com

Nicolette van der Hoek

Islam in Europe, Islamic Law, Modern Middle East, Women and Gender Studies, Sufi Studies/Mysticism, Jews and Christians in the Islamic World, Ottoman and Turkish Studies, Qur’anic Studies, Index Islamicus

nicolette.vanderhoek@brill.com

Abdurraouf Oueslati

Islamic Philosophy, Theology, Science, Intellectual history, Philology, Handbooks, Kurdish Studies, Arabic language publications

abdurraouf.oueslati@brill.com

Joed Elich

Maghrib Studies, Islam in Africa, Islam in Asia

joed.elich@brill.com