The international publications supported by the UP Institute of Islamic Studies include the International Journal of Islam in Asia (Brill Publishers) and the international book series on Islam in Southeast Asia (Palgrave Macmillan). The institute also supports the Islam in the Philippines series published by DLSU Publishing House.
The International Journal of Islam in Asia (IJIA) is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles from all disciplines as well as single country and comparative perspectives that concern Islam in Asia. IJIA offers a platform for scholars to engage in academic discussions about historical, contemporary, and critical studies of Islam and Muslim communities in Asia and the Asian Muslim diaspora. These include, but are not limited to, MENA-Asia relations, Islamic thought and intellectual history, intra-Muslim relations, Sufism, Islam and ethnicity, Islam and modernity, Islam and politics, Islam and the State, Islam and geopolitics, and relations between Muslims and non-Muslims across Asia.
IJIA is edited by Nassef Manabilang Adiong (University of the Philippines Diliman), Deina Abdelkader (University of Massachusetts at Lowell, USA), and Raffaele Mauriello (Allameh Tabataba’i University, Iran).
1. Devin J. Stewart, Department of Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, Emory University, USA
2. Jocelyne Cesari, Department of Theology and Religion, University of Birmingham, UK
3. Kerstin Steiner, Law School, La Trobe University, Australia
4. Kevin W. Fogg, Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, Faculty of History, University of Oxford, UK
5. Khairudin Aljunied, Department of Malay Studies, National University of Singapore
6. Khalil al-Anani, Politics & International Relations Program, Doha Institute for Graduate Studies, Qatar
7. Mirjam Künkler, Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study, Sweden
8. Syed Farid Alatas, Department of Sociology, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, National University of Singapore
9. Tareq Ismael, Department of Political Science, University of Calgary, Canada
Editorial Advisory Board
1. Afifi al-Akiti, Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, Worcester College, and Faculty of Theology & Religion, University of Oxford, UK
2. Asma Afsaruddin, Department of Near Eastern Languages & Cultures, School of Global and International Studies, Indiana University, USA
3. Ayesha Jalal, Department of History, Center for South Asian and Indian Ocean Studies, Tufts University, USA
4. Bruce B. Lawrence, Islamic Studies Center, Duke University, USA
5. Daniel Beben, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan
6. David G. Atwill, Department of History, Pennsylvania State University, USA
7. Emilio González Ferrín, Department of Arab and Islamic Studies, University of Seville, Spain
8. Faisal Devji, St. Anthony’s College, Faculty of History, University of Oxford, UK
9. Irfan Ahmad, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Germany
10. Jamal Malik, Chair of Muslim Culture and Religious History, University of Erfurt, Germany
11. Jeffrey Ayala Milligan, College of Education, Florida State University, USA
12. Kevin Caffrey, McNair Scholars Program, Honors College, The University of North Texas, USA
13. Marie-Paule Hille, Centre d’études sur la Chine moderne et contemporaine, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), France
14. Omar Farouk, Faculty of International Studies, Hiroshima City University, Japan
15. Patricia Sloane-White, Department of Anthorpology, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Delaware, USA
16. Ronit Ricci, The Department of Comparative Religion, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
17. Sajjad Rizvi, Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, University of Exeter, UK
18. Sherman A. Jackson, Center for Islamic Thought, Culture and Practice, University of Southern California, USA
19. Sven Schottmann, Internationalisation (Arts, Education and Law Group), Griffith University, Australia
20. Syed Serajul Islam, Department of Political Science, Lakehead University, Canada
21. Tim Epkenhans, Islamic Studies, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany
22. Tim Lindsey, Melbourne Law School, Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society, The University of Melbourne, Australia
23. Timothy P. Daniels, Department of Anthropology, Hofstra University, USA
24. Wael Hallaq, Department of Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies, Columbia University, USA
25. Wai Yip Ho, Department of Social Sciences, Hong Kong Institute of Education, China
Call for Submissions
Authors are cordially invited to write to the editors, Nassef Manabilang Adiong (firstname.lastname@example.org), Deina Abdelkader (Deina_Abdelkader@uml.edu) and Raffaele Mauriello (email@example.com), to discuss the submission of their article. Proposals for special theme issues are also welcome.
The international book series on Islam in Southeast Asia (Palgrave Macmillan) is edited by Nassef Manabilang Adiong (University of the Philippines Diliman), Imtiyaz Yusuf (College of Religious Studies, Mahidol University), Lily Zubaidah Rahim (Department of Government and International Relations, School of Social and Political Sciences, The University of Sydney), Maznah Mohamad (Department of Malay Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, National University of Singapore), and Nadirsyah Hosen (Faculty of Law, Monash University).
The series publishes academic and policy research on historical and contemporary Muslim communities, both in the region and in the diaspora, and on all aspects of Islam in Southeast Asia. It concentrates on theoretical, methodological, empirical, religious, spiritual, and critical studies of Islam, including mundane praxes and lived Islam. We encourage interdisciplinarity and eclectic contributions from scholars and practitioners (e.g. preachers, spiritual/religious leaders, and policy makers) to facilitate a holistic approach towards the study of Islam. The series particularly welcome topics on: 1) Islam and Politics 2) Islam & Ethnicity; 3) Islam and Modernity; 4) MENA Influences in Southeast Asia; 5) pre-Modern and Contemporary Islamic Thought; 6) Sunni and Shia Relations; 7) Islamic Studies and Area Studies; 8) Canonical and Periphery Islam; and 9) Relations between Muslims and non-Muslims across the region. Contributions are welcome from across fields and disciplines including politics, international relations, sociology, humanities, the arts, anthropology, comparative religion, cultural studies, economics, history, law (jurisprudence), philosophy, mysticism (Sufism), and theology. The series will include original monographs, Palgrave Pivots, edited volumes/collections, and handbooks.
1. Afifi al-Akiti, University of Oxford, UK
2. Chiara Formichi, Cornell University, USA
3. Deina Abdelkader, University of Massachusetts at Lowell, USA
4. Eric Tagliacozzo, Cornell University, USA
5. Howard M. Federspiel, The Ohio State University, USA
6. Iik Arifin Mansurnoor, University of Brunei Darussalam
7. Jeffrey Ayala Milligan, Florida State University, USA
8. Joseph Chinyong Liow, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
9. Kamaruzzaman Bustamam-Ahmad, State Institute of Islamic Studies, Indonesia
10. Ken Miichi, Waseda University, Japan
11. Kerstin Steiner, La Trobe University, Australia
12. Kevin Caffrey, Harvard University, USA
13. Kevin W. Fogg, University of Oxford, UK
14. Khairudin Aljunied, National University of Singapore
15. Kikue Hamayotsu, Northern Illinois University, USA
16. Martin Slama, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria
17. Max L. Gross, Georgetown University, USA
18. Muqtedar Khan, University of Delaware, USA
19. Omar Farouk Bajunid, Hiroshima City University, Japan
20. Osman bin Bakar, University of Brunei Darussalam
21. Patricia Sloane-White, University of Delaware, USA
22. Raffaele Mauriello, Allameh Tabataba’i University, Iran
23. Ronit Ricci, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
24. Seyyed Hossein Nasr, The George Washington University, USA
25. Sven Schottmann, Griffith University, Australia
26. Syed Serajul Islam, Lakehead University, Canada
27. Thomas Gibson, University of Rochester, USA
28. Timothy P. Daniels, Hofstra University, USA
29. Vedi Hadiz, University of Melbourne, Australia
30. Vivienne SM. Angeles, La Salle University, USA
31. William Gervase Clarence-Smith, SOAS, University of London, UK
32. Yon Machmudi, Universitas Indonesia
The Islam in the Philippines series (DLSU Publishing House) publishes long and short research monographs, policy-oriented books, handbooks, and collections of multidisciplinary studies and analyses on historical and contemporary Islam and Muslims in the Philippines, including Muslim responses and experiences to colonial modernities. The series is in collaboration with Palgrave Macmillan on a project by project basis only.
Editorial Advisory Board
Correspondence regarding book proposals should be addressed to Nassef Manabilang Adiong (firstname.lastname@example.org).
All book proposals should include the following:
– The proposed title of the book.
– A description of the book (between 400 and 700 words) that explains its rationale, scope, significance to the series, its relations to competing works, and notable contribution to existing scholarship.
– A table of contents with chapter summaries.
– Estimated word length for the whole book, its proposed completion date, and description of its target readership.
– Optional: one or two sample chapters.
– Complete curriculum vitae of the author(s).
Ayat az-Zaman Journal is a publication of the Institute of Islamic Studies, University of the Philippines Diliman. It is intended essentially as a forum for the discussion of Muslim societies and of Islam as a pivotal and dynamic worldview and way of life among Muslim peoples. Further, it seeks to serve as a medium for the creation of deeper understanding between Muslims and non-Muslims in order to advance the cause of peace and harmonious co-existence. The journal welcomes contributions that examine Islamic development in Muslim areas and other critical issues that affect Muslim societies, in general, and Muslims in the Philippines, in particular.
Islam and Philippine Society: The Writings of Cesar Adib Majul