Islam in Southeast Asia series (Palgrave Macmillan)

The official Series website is available at

The Series Editors

Nassef Manabilang Adiong
Institute of Islamic Studies, 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

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, and is supported by the Institute of Islamic Studies, University of the Philippines Diliman.

Correspondence regarding book proposals should be addressed to Vishal Daryanomel (

The Advisory Board

  1. Afifi al-Akiti, University of Oxford, UK
  2. Carmen A. Abubakar, University of the Philippines Diliman
  3. Chiara Formichi, Cornell University, USA
  4. Deina Abdelkader, University of Massachusetts at Lowell, USA
  5. Eric Tagliacozzo, Cornell University, USA
  6. Howard M. Federspiel, The Ohio State University, USA
  7. Iik Arifin Mansurnoor, University of Brunei Darussalam
  8. Jamel R. Cayamodin, University of the Philippines Diliman
  9. Jeffrey Ayala Milligan, Florida State University, USA
  10. Joseph Chinyong Liow, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  11. Julkipli M. Wadi, University of the Philippines Diliman
  12. Kamaruzzaman Bustamam-Ahmad, State Institute of Islamic Studies, Indonesia
  13. Ken Miichi, Waseda University, Japan
  14. Kerstin Steiner, La Trobe University, Australia
  15. Kevin W. Fogg, University of Oxford, UK
  16. Khairudin Aljunied, National University of Singapore
  17. Kikue Hamayotsu, Northern Illinois University, USA
  18. Macrina A. Morados, University of the Philippines Diliman
  19. Martin Slama, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria
  20. Max L. Gross, Georgetown University, USA
  21. Mehol K. Sadain, University of the Philippines Diliman
  22. Muqtedar Khan, University of Delaware, USA
  23. Nefertari A. Arsad, University of the Philippines Diliman
  24. Omar Farouk Bajunid, Hiroshima City University, Japan
  25. Osman bin Bakar, University of Brunei Darussalam
  26. Patricia Sloane-White, University of Delaware, USA
  27. Raffaele Mauriello, Allameh Tabataba’i University, Iran
  28. Ronit Ricci, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
  29. Seyyed Hossein Nasr, The George Washington University, USA
  30. Sven Schottmann, Griffith University, Australia
  31. Syed Serajul Islam, Lakehead University, Canada
  32. Thomas Gibson, University of Rochester, USA
  33. Timothy P. Daniels, Hofstra University, USA
  34. Vedi Hadiz, University of Melbourne, Australia
  35. Vivienne SM. Angeles, La Salle University, USA
  36. William Gervase Clarence-Smith, SOAS, University of London, UK
  37. Yon Machmudi, Universitas Indonesia

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