Sociology of Islam

Editor-in-Chief: gary Wood
Sociology of Islam (SOI) provides an international scholarly forum for research related to the religion and culture of Islam, Muslim societies, and social issues related to Muslims in socio-political context. Decidedly rooted in the sociological perspective, SOI takes an expansive and global view of this broad subject matter. The SOI publishes multiple issues per year containing original peer-reviewed articles and book reviews on the sociological, political, anthropological, historical and other aspects of Islam and Muslim societies across all times and places. By promoting an academic understanding of the richly variegated and complex nature of both majority Muslim societies and of the issues related to the minority status of Muslims in other social contexts, in both thought and practice, Sociology of Islam makes a distinctive contribution to current scholarship in the field of sociology.

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Editors-in-Chief
Tugrul Keskin, Shanghai University

Assistant Editors
Sara Swetzoff, Howard University
Michael McCall, American University of Beirut

Associate Editors
Joshua Hendrick, Loyola University of Maryland
Isabel David, University of Lisbon
Mark Gould, Haverford College
Sari Hanafi, American University of Beirut
Sean Foley, Middle Tennessee State University

Book Reviews Editor:
Joshua Hendrick, Loyola University of Maryland

International Advisory Board
Amr Aly Sayed Osman, Qatar University
Asef Bayat, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Bryan S. Turner, City University of New York
Charles Kurzman, UNC Chapel Hill
Cihan Tugal, UC Berkeley
Ed Webb, Dickinson College
Geoffrey F. Gresh, National Defense University
Hamid Dabashi, Columbia University
Husnul Amin, International Islamic University, Islamabad
Khalil al-Anani, Johns Hopkins University
Jocelyne Cesari, Harvard University
Marc Andrew, Yale University
Mariusz Turowski, The University of Wroclaw
Mojtaba Mahdavi, University of Alberta
Mohammedmoin Sadeq, Qatar University
Mohammed A. Bamyeh, University of Pittsburgh
Najm al-Din Yousefi, California State University, Chico
Shah Mahmoud Hanifi, James Madison University
Ted Fuller, Virginia Tech
Tim Luke, Virginia Tech
Zakia Salime, Rutgers University
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Index Islamicus
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