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Journal of Islamic Studies

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The Journal of Islamic Studies is a peer-reviewed academic journal for the field of Islamic studies. The journal was founded in 1990 at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies and is published by Oxford University Press.[1] It is indexed by the ATLA Religion Database, the International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, the British Humanities Index, and EBSCO Historical Abstracts.[2][3][4][5] The editor is Farhan Ahmad Nizami of Magdalen College, Oxford.[6] In the first volume, the journal was introduced in an editorial by Nizami as having the goal of:

"...promoting the diffusion and discussion of research findings in several disciplines, to encourage a more informed understanding of various branches of learning which concern themselves with Islam. This comprehensive approach reflects the view that the Islamic tradition is better understood and appreciated within a framework of what French historians might call 'total history'."[7][8]


  1. ^ Bennett, Clinton; Contributors (2013). "Resources". In Bennett; Clinton (eds.). The Bloomsbury Companion to Islamic Studies. p. 315. ISBN 9781441138125.
  2. ^ ATLA Religion Database Title List (Accessed June 27, 2014).
  3. ^ Title List - International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (Accessed June 27, 2014).
  4. ^ British Humanities Index - Current Serials Source List (Accessed June 27, 2014).
  5. ^ Historical Abstracts Database Coverage List (Accessed June 27, 2014).
  6. ^ Journal of Islamic Studies | Editorial Board (Accessed June 27, 2014).
  7. ^ Nizami, Farhan Ahmad (1990). "Editorial". Journal of Islamic Studies. 1 (1): III. doi:10.1093/jis/1.1.1-s.
  8. ^ See Nouvelle histoire for the concept of 'total history'.

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