Call for Papers
Special Issue: Muslims and Political Change
Guest Editors: Dr. Malik Mufti (Tufts University )& Dr. Katherine Bullock (University of Toronto)
The immense political, social, and economic changes in various countries of the Muslim world have given Muslims a sense of hope that their struggles for freedom from authoritarian regimes are bearing fruit. This hope trembles in the face of an uncertain future. A special issue dedicated to the theme of Muslims and political change will allow for a timely reflection on the accomplishments and challenges of these times. The American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences invites:
Regular research papers should be between seven thousand and ten thousand words. All submissions should conform to AJISS guidelines: original, unpublished research and presented as double-spaced and single-sided. Please send all contributions as an attachment in MS-Word, with a 250-word abstract and a short bio, simultaneously to: Malik.Mufti@tufts.edu andKathy@cy-tek.com .
Submission Deadline: January 16, 2012
Publication Date: July 2012
For more on AJISS guidelines please go to:
The American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences (AJISS) is a double blind peer-reviewed and interdisciplinary journal published by the Association of Muslim Social Scientists of North America and the International Institute of Islamic Thought. AJISS publishes a wide variety of peer reviewed scholarly research on all facets of Islam and the Muslim world: politics, history, economic philosophy, metaphysics, psychology, religious law, and Islamic thought, employing both empirical and theoretical analysis. AJISS aims to provide a forum for high-quality original research and critical dialogue and discussion, advancing both application of social sciences to the study of Islam and the Muslim world and an analysis of the social sciences. In addition, AJISS includes insightful reviews of published books of interest to our subscribers, as well as forum articles and conference reports.