نسخه آزمایشی

فراخوان دریافت و انتشار کتاب در سلسله آثار در موضوع اسلام در غرب جهانی

انتشارات بلامزبری، آمادگی انتشار کتاب‌های پژوهشگران در زمینه چوامع، نهادها، گفتمان‌ها، عقاید و رفتارهای اسلامی را اعلام کرده‌ است. این کتاب‌ها ضمن سلسله آثار «اسلام در غرب جهانی» منتشر خواهند شد. 

انتشارات بلامزبری، آمادگی انتشار کتاب‌های پژوهشگران در زمینه چوامع، نهادها، گفتمان‌ها، عقاید و رفتارهای اسلامی را اعلام کرده‌ است. این کتاب‌ها ضمن سلسله آثار «اسلام در غرب جهانی» منتشر خواهند شد. این موسسه انتشاراتی، در شهرهای لندن، نیویورک، آکسفورد، دهلی‌نو و سیدنی فعالیت دارد. برای کسب اطلاعات بیشتر در این زمینه، این لینک را ببینید.

 

Islam of the Global West

Series Editor: Frank Peter, Kambiz GhaneaBassiri

Islam of the Global West is a pioneering series that examines Islamic beliefs, practices, discourses, communities, and institutions that have emerged from 'the Global West.' The geographical and intellectual framing of the Global West reflects both the role played by the interactions between people from diverse religions and cultures in the development of Western ideals and institutions in the modern era, and the globalization of these very ideals and institutions. 

In creating an intellectual space where works of scholarship on European and North American Muslims enter into conversation with one another, the series promotes the publication of theoretically informed and empirically grounded research in these areas. By bringing the rapidly growing research on Muslims in European and North American societies, ranging from the United States and France to Portugal and Albania, into conversation with the conceptual framing of the Global West, this ambitious series aims to reimagine the modern world and develop new analytical categories and historical narratives that highlight the complex relationships and rivalries that have shaped the multicultural, poly-religious character of Europe and North America, as evidenced, by way of example, in such economically and culturally dynamic urban centres as Los Angeles, New York, Paris, Madrid, Toronto, Sarajevo, London, Berlin, and Amsterdam where there is a significant Muslim presence.

Editorial Board
Leila Ahmed, Victor S. Thomas Professor of Divinity, Harvard Divinity School, USA
Schirin Amir-Moazami, Professor, Institute of Islamic Studies, Freie University Berlin, Germany 
John Bowen, Dunbar-Van Cleve Professor in Arts and Sciences, Department of Anthropology, Washington University in St. Louis, USA
Xavier Bougarel, Researcher, Centre nationale de la recherche scientifieque (CNRS), France
Ian Coller, Department of History, University of California, Irvine, USA
Edward E. Curtis IV, Millennium Chair of the Liberal Arts and Professor of Religious Studies, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, USA
Mercedes García-Arenal, Research Professor, Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales CSIC, Madrid, Spain 
Sophie Gilliat-Ray, Professor in Religious and Theological Studies, Director of the Centre for the Study of Islam in the United Kingdom, Cardiff University, Wales, UK 
Riva Kastoryano, Senior Research Fellow, Centre de Recherches Internationales, SciencesPo, France
Aisha Khan, Associate Professor of Anthropology, New York University, USA
Andrew March, Associate Professor of Political Science, USA
Sean McLoughlin, Senior Lecturer in Contemporary Muslim Cultures, Politics, and Societies, School of Philosophy, Religion and History of Science, University of Leeds, UK 
Anne Sofie Roald, Professor of Religious Studies, Malmö University, Sweden 
Mark Sedgwick, Professor, School of Culture and Society-Arabic and Islamic Studies, Aarhus University, Denmark