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Islamic Studies

Editor in Chief | Area Editors | Articles and Contributors

 

The field of Islamic Studies is both wide-reaching and dynamic. It includes the range of foundational documents, traditions, institutions, and history of Muslims in various countries and regions throughout the world from the origins of Islam to the present day. This interdisciplinary field therefore includes history, religion, philosophy, anthropology, Arabic language and literature, as well as literatures in other languages including Persian, Turkish, and Urdu, and remains responsive to new discoveries, interpretations, ideologies and theories.

The Internet makes access to staggering amounts of information easy – but it also raises important questions: What are the major issues and key developments in the field? Which sources are up-to-date and which are obsolete? Which works are pivotal in defining the discourse at various stages in its development? Which sources are considered accurate and balanced, and which represent simply a given individual or group’s position? These questions are important to keep in mind when undertaking any new study, but they are particularly critical in a dynamic and contested field such as Islamic Studies. Oxford Bibliographies in Islamic Studies combats this overload by providing expert guidance to the field in all its diversity and throughout its developmental stages. Top scholars in the field have contributed on their areas of expertise, so that users will understand how the field is organized and why it developed in the way it did. The articles present a guided tour through the key literature on each topic, providing context for its development, and a balanced overview of the major issues within a given topic.

Editor in Chief

John O. Voll is Professor Emeritus of Islamic History and past Associate Director of the Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. He received his M.A. degree in Middle Eastern Studies and his Ph.D. degree in History from Harvard and taught Middle Eastern and world history for thirty years at the University of New Hampshire before moving to Georgetown University. He is a specialist in modern Islamic history and the author of Islam: Continuity and Change in the Modern World, co-editor of Asian Islam in the 21st Century, co-author of Islam and Democracy After The Arab Spring ( Oxford University Press, 2015), and author, co-author, or editor of ten other books as well as numerous articles. He is a past president of the Middle East Studies Association and of the New England Historical Association, has served on the Boards of Directors of the American Council of Learned Societies, the Sudan Studies Association, the World History Association, and the New Hampshire Council on World Affairs, and was program chair for the 1999 annual meeting of the American Historical Association. He has lived in Sudan, Egypt, Lebanon, and Israel and done research on Islamic movements in sub-Saharan Africa and east and southeast Asia as well as in the Middle East.

 


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Mahidol University


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ARTICLES AND CONTRIBUTORS

* = recently published

Groups

Abu Sayyaf Group

Vivienne S. M. Angeles

La Salle University

Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi (AKP)

Oliver Leaman

University of Kentucky

Alawis

Stephan Prochazka

Universität Wien

Al-Qaeda

Natana DeLong-Bas

Boston College

Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (ABIM)

Joseph Liow

Nanyang Technological University

Berbers

Omar Chaoura Bourouh

Columbia Basin College

Druze

Hussam Timani

Christopher Newport University

Hamas

Chrystie Flournoy Swiney

Georgetown University

Hizb al-Nahdah

Allen Fromherz

Georgia State University

Islamic Salvation Front (FIS)

Allen Fromherz

Georgia State University

Millet System in the Ottoman Empire

Efrat Aviv

Bar-Ilan University

Muslim Brotherhood

Marion Boulby

Trent University

Nation of Islam

Herbert Berg

University of North Carolina Wilmington

Organization of the Islamic Conference

Saad S. Khan

National Officers Academy & Bahauddin Zakariya University

PAS

Joseph Liow

Nanyang Technological University

Salafism

Jonathan A.C. Brown

University of Washington

Sarekat Islam

Fred von der Mehden

Rice University

Shaṭṭārīya

Oman Fathurahman

Universitas Islam Negeri Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta

*Tablighi Jamaʿat

Matthew J. Kuiper

Missouri State University

Taliban

Abdullah Al-Arian

Georgetown University

The Ahmadiyyah Movement

Yohanan Friedmann

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

The Babi Movement

Farshid Kazemi

University of Edinburgh

Armin Eschraghi

Goethe-Universität

*The Kunta of the Sahara

Ariela Marcus-Sells

Elon University

The Kurds

Michael M. Gunter

Tennessee Technological University

Wahhabism

Natana DeLong-Bas

Boston College

History

Abbasid Caliphate

Letizia Osti

Universita degli Studi di Milano

Almohads

Maribel Fierro

Institute for Languages ​​and Cultures of the Mediterranean and the Middle East

Arab Spring

Martin Bunton

University of Victoria

Ayyubids

Stephen R. Humphreys

University of California at Santa Barbara

Caliph and Caliphate

James E. Sowerwine

Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

European Imperialism

Michael B. Bishku

Augusta University

Historiography

Andrew Marsham

The University of Edinburgh

Medina

Harry Munt

University of York

Mihna

John Nawas

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Pre-Islamic Arabia/The Jahiliyya

Gerald Hawting

University of London

Safavids

Andrew J. Newman

The University of Edinburgh

The Iranian Revolution

Nader Entessar

The University of South Alabama

The Umayyads

Abdulhadi Alajmi

Kuwait University

Material Culture

Alhambra

Valerie Gonzalez

Architecture

Walter Denny

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Dome of the Rock

Suleiman A. Mourad

Smith College

Dress and Fashion

Gillian Vogelsang-Eastwood

Textile Research Centre

Food in Islamic Studies

Brannon Wheeler

United States Naval Academy

Islamic Aesthetics

Valerie Gonzalez

Islamic Archaeology

Marcus Milwright

University of Victoria

Islamic Art

Walter Denny

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Ka`aba

Yousef Meri

University of Cambridge

Tomb of Muhammad

Amelia Gallagher

Niagara University

Turkish Cinema

Murat Akser

University of Ulster

*Women and Tafsir

Margherita Picci

University of Naples

Observances

Martyrdom (Shahada)

David Cook

Rice University

People

`Abd al-Qadir al Jilani (Gilani)

Jonathan Allen

University of Maryland

Ahmet T. Karamustafa

University of Maryland

`Abdolkarim Soroush

Sayeh Meisami

University of Toronto

`A'isha

Mary Thurkill

University of Mississippi

Abraham

Gordon Nickel

University of Calgary

Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq

Zeki Saritoprak

John Carroll University

al-Ghazali

Oliver Leaman

University of Kentucky

Al-Hilli

Sukidi Mulyadi

Harvard University

ʿAlī Ibn Abī Ṭālib

Moojan Momen

Omid Ghaemmaghami

University of Toronto

Ali Shari'ati

Junaid Ahmad

Lahore University of Management Sciences

al-Tabari

Rebecca Williams

University of South Alabama

'Aysha Abd Al-Rahman

Ruth Roded

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Elijah Muhammad

Herbert Berg

University of North Carolina Wilmington

Fakhr al-Din al-Razi

Frank Griffel

Yale University

Fatima

Mary Thurkill

University of Mississippi

Habib Bourguiba

Jacob Abadi

United States Air Force Academy

Hasan

Diana Steigerwald

California State University, Long Beach

Hasan al-Banna

Abdullah Al-Arian

Georgetown University

Hassan al-Turabi

Abdelwahab El-Affendi

University of Westminster

Husayn

Diana Steigerwald

California State University, Long Beach

Ḥusayn ibn Manṣūr al-Ḥallāj

Ahmet T. Karamustafa

University of Maryland

Jonathan Allen

University of Maryland

Ibn al-ʿArabī

Alexander Knysh

University of Michigan

Ali Hussain

University of Michigan

Ibn Bâjjah

Josep Puig Montada

Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Ibn Baṭṭūṭa

Yousef Meri

University of Cambridge

Ibn Khaldun

Michael Leezenberg

Universiteit van Amsterdam

Ibn Rushd (Averroës)

Oliver Leaman

University of Kentucky

Ibn Sīnā

Oliver Leaman

University of Kentucky

Ibn Taymiyya

Jon Hoover

The University of Nottingham

Ibn Ṭufayl

Marco Lauri

Universita Di Macerata

Ja`far al-Sadiq

Arzina Lalani

The Institute of Ismaili Studies

Jesus

Robert F. Shedinger

Luther College

Mahmūd Muhammad Taha

John O. Voll

Georgetown University

Malcolm X

James A. Tyner

Kent State University

Mary in Islam

Zeki Saritoprak

John Carroll University

Mehmet Ziya Gökalp

Recep Alpyağıl

İstanbul Üniversitesi

Miskawayh

Ufuk Topkara

Moses

Brannon Wheeler

United States Naval Academy

Muhammad

Frank Peters

New York University

Muhammad ʿAbduh

Sukidi Mulyadi

Harvard University

Muhammad Iqbal

Mustansir Mir

Youngstown State University

Muhammad Khatami

Nader Entessar

The University of South Alabama

Muhammed Fethullah Gülen

Alparslan Açıkgenç

Fatih Üniversitesi

Mulla Sadra

Ibrahim Kalin

Georgetown University

Ruhollah Mousavi Khomeini

Nader Entessar

The University of South Alabama

Said Nursi

Zeki Saritoprak

John Carroll University

Sayyid Abuʾl-Aʾla Mawdudi

SherAli Tareen

Franklin & Marshall College

Sayyid Ahmad Khan

Sheila McDonough

Concordia University

Sayyid Jamal al-Din al-Afghani

Nikki Keddie

University of California, Los Angeles

Sayyid Qutb

William Shepard

University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

Shihāb Al-Dīn Suhrawardī

Mehdi Aminrazavi

University of Mary Washington

Sukarno

Andrew Goss

Augusta University

Yusuf al-Qaradawi

Jeffry R. Halverson

Arizona State University

Places

Chechnya: History, Society, Conflict

Emil Aslan Souleimanov

Charles University in Prague

Hijaz

William Ochsenwald

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Hijaz Railway

William Ochsenwald

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Medina

Harry Munt

University of York

Shi‘i Shrine Cities

Robert Riggs

University of Bridgeport

The Constitution of Medina

Michael Lecker

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Religion

Adoption

David Powers

Cornell University

Apostasy

Andrew March

Yale University

Arab Salafism

David Commins

Dickinson College

Arabic Language and Islam

Mustafa Shah

The School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London

Arabic Praise Poems

Jocelyn Sharlet

University of California, Davis

Ashʿariyya

Ayman Shihadeh

The School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London

Baha'i Faith

Farshid Kazemi

University of Edinburgh

Caucasus

Michael B. Bishku

Augusta University

Christians and Christianity in Islamic Exegesis

Clare Wilde

University of Groningen

Death, Dying, and the Afterlife

Amir Hussain

Loyola Marymount University

Ethics

Andrew March

Yale University

Fiqh Al-Aqalliyyat

Alexandre Caeiro

Hamad Bin Khalifa University

Hadith

Jonathan A.C. Brown

University of Washington

Hadith Commentary

Joel Blecher

Washington and Lee University

Hadith: Shiʿi

Kumail Rajani

University of Exeter

Ḥanbalīs

Livnat Holtzman

Bar-Ilan University

Homosexuality

Samar Habib

SOAS, University of London

Human Rights

Abdulkader Tayob

University of Cape Town

Ibadiyya

Martin Custers

Maastricht, The Netherlands

Ijtihad

Junaid Quadri

University of Illinois at Chicago

Inheritance

David Powers

Cornell University

Islam and Christianity

Daniel A. Madigan

Georgetown University

Diego R. Sarrio

Pontifical Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies

Islam and Disabilities

Kristina Richardson

Queens College, City University of New York

Islam and Muslims in Britain

Sophie Gilliat-Ray

Cardiff University

Islam in Africa

Abdulkader Tayob

University of Cape Town

Islam in Australia

Rachel Woodlock

Islam in Central Asia

Devin DeWeese

Indiana University Bloomington

Islam in Europe

Ahmet Yukleyen

University of Mississippi

Islam in Indonesia

Fred von der Mehden

Rice University

Islam in Iran

Andrew A. Newman

The University of Edinburgh

Islam in Japan

Kieko Obuse

Mahidol University

Islam in Middle East and North Africa

David Commins

Dickinson College

Islam in Nigeria

Alexander Thurston

Georgetown College

Islam in North America

Amir Hussain

Loyola Marymount University

Islam in Post-Ottoman Syria

Thomas Pierret

University of Edinburgh

Islam in Russia

Janis Eshots

Latvijas Universitāte

Islam in South Asia

Francis Robinson

Royal Holloway, University of London

Islam in Southeast Asia

Fred von der Mehden

Rice University

Islam in the Balkans

Amila Buturovic

York University

Islam in the Ottoman Empire

William Ochsenwald

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Islam in the Philippines

Vivienne S. M. Angeles

La Salle University

Islam in Turkey

Ibrahim Kalin

Georgetown University

Islam in Yemen

Daniel Martin Varisco

Qatar University

Islamic Criminal Law

Christie S. Warren

The College of William and Mary

Islamic Philosophy

Oliver Leaman

University of Kentucky

Isma'ili Shiʿa

Ismail Poonawala

University of California, Los Angeles

Jewish-Muslim Relations

Yousef Meri

University of Cambridge

Jihad

Natana DeLong-Bas

Boston College

Kharijites

Tamara Sonn

Georgetown University

Adam Farrar

College of William & Mary

Mālikīs

Delfina Serrano

Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)

Marriage

Hina Azam

The University of Texas at Austin

Māturīdī

Recep Alpyağıl

İstanbul Üniversitesi

Method in the Study of Islam

Aaron W. Hughes

University at Buffalo, State University of New York

Mu`tazilites

Maha Elkaisy-Friemuth

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Muharram

Karen Ruffle

University of Toronto

Muslim Nonviolence

Jeffry R. Halverson

Arizona State University

Muslim Spain

Frank Peters

New York University

Mutʿa

Karen Ruffle

University of Toronto

Orientalism and Islam

Daniel Martin Varisco

Qatar University

People of the Book

Frank Peters

New York University

Pilgrimage and Religious Travel

Yousef Meri

University of Cambridge

Principles of Law

Rumee Ahmed

University of British Columbia

Progressive Islam and Progressive Muslim Thought

Adis Duderija

University of Melbourne

Purity

Sukidi Mulyadi

Harvard University

Qur'an

Andrew Rippin

University of Victoria

Science and Medicine

Anna Akasoy

Hunter College and the Graduate Center, CUNY

Shafi`is

Ahmed el Shamsy

University of Chicago

Shari`a (Islamic Law)

Andrew March

Yale University

Shaykhism

Farshid Kazemi

University of Edinburgh

Shi`i Islam

Andrew A. Newman

The University of Edinburgh

Sīra

Gurdofarid Miskinzoda

The Institute of Ismaili Studies

Sufism

Marcia Hermansen

Loyola University Chicago

Sunna

Jonathan A.C. Brown

University of Washington

Sunni Islam

Frederick Mathewson Denny

University of Colorado Boulder

Tafsir

Andrew Rippin

University of Victoria

The Five Pillars of Islam

Natana DeLong-Bas

Boston College

The Hanafi School

Christie S. Warren

The College of William and Mary

The Kharijites and Contemporary Scholarship

Adam Gaiser

Florida State University

Theology

Andrew Rippin

University of Victoria

Twelver Shiʿa

Andrew A. Newman

The University of Edinburgh

Twelver Shi'i Tafsir

Tehseen Thaver

Lehigh University

Zaydiyya

Daniel Peterson

Brigham Young University

Society

Al-Azhar

Malika C. Zeghal

Harvard University

Animals

Sarra Tlili

University of Florida

Body

Oliver Leaman

University of Kentucky

Civil Society

Clement M. Henry

The University of Texas at Austin

Jolie M. F. Wood

Allegheny College

Clash of Civilizations

Arshin Adib-Moghaddam

University of London

Democracy and Islam

Abdelwahab El-Affendi

University of Westminster

Deoband Madrasa

SherAli Tareen

Franklin & Marshall College

Education

Francis Robinson

Royal Holloway, University of London

Farangī Maḥall

Francis Robinson

Royal Holloway, University of London

Gender and Sexuality

Aysha Hidayatullah

University of San Francisco

Ghadir Khumm

Arzina Lalani

The Institute of Ismaili Studies

Islam and the Internet

Göran Larsson

Göteborgs universitet

Islamic Finance

Clement M. Henry

The University of Texas at Austin

Jennifer E. Lamm

The University of Texas at Austin

Islamic Political Theory

Rachel Scott

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Literature and Muslim Women

Marcia Hermansen

Loyola University Chicago

Modernism

John O. Voll

Georgetown University

Nationalism

Michael B. Bishku

Augusta University

Political Islam

John O. Voll

Georgetown University

Tamara Sonn

Georgetown University

Sociology and Anthropology

Daniel Martin Varisco

Qatar University

Women in Islam

Marcia Hermansen

Loyola University Chicago

Barbara von Schlegell

Connecticut College


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