About the Journal
Australian Journal of Islamic Studies is an open access, double-blind peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the scholarly study of Islam and Muslims. Contributions are encouraged from Islam and Muslim related disciplines and sub-disciplines; these may include theology, philosophy, sociology, jurisprudence, contemporary studies, comparative religion, spirituality, Qur’anic and Sunnah studies, history and art.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: Islamophobia in the Aftermath of Christchurch & the Covid-19 Era
The Special Issue will explore the manifestation of Islamophobia in the post-Christchurch and Covid-19 era worldwide, especially in the West. Some key themes:
- Islamophobia in the aftermath of Christchurch attacks
- Islamophobia and Covid 19 pandemic (and lockdowns)
- Interaction between online and offline (physical) Islamophobia in post Christchurch and Covid 19 era
- Far-right populism and Islamophobia
- Islamophobia on the 20
th anniversary of 9/11
SPECIAL ISSUE - Tafsir in the Non-Arab Muslim World II - OUT NOW!
This is the second special issue of the
Australian Journal of Islamic Studies that focuses on the topic of Qur’ānic exegesis or tafsīr al-Qur’ān in the non-Arab world. While the first special issue (Volume 6, Issue 4, 2021) mainly analysed Qur’ānic exegesis in Southeast Asia and Africa, this second issue extends its focus from Western Islamic lands to the Eastern parts (Ottoman to the Indian subcontinent), particularly Qur’ānic exegesis in Persian and its reception west of Iran, tafsīr in the Ottoman and Turkish Republic periods, Azerbaijani Qur’ān commentaries, and tafsīr in the Indian subcontinent.
Volume 7, No. 1. Tafsir in the Non-Arab Muslim World - II
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