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Al-Masaq. Islam and the Medieval Mediterranean

Al-Masaq is an international peer-reviewed journal covering all aspects of (Islamic) Mediterranean culture from Late Antiquity to Early Modernity (7th-16th centuries). It is concerned with fostering interdisciplinary and cross-cultural investigation of the Mediterranean region, creating a forum of ideas, encouraging debate on the influence of Islamic culture in the Mediterranean, and promoting innovatory research. Research papers use a range of theoretical and methodological approaches covering studies in the humanities and social sciences. The journal is a publication of the Society for the Medieval Mediterranean, which aims to promote, through conferences and meetings, the study of the communities, connections and intercultural relationships in the eastern, central and western Mediterranean during the Middle Ages.

Submission of papers should be 5,000 to 9,000 words including footnotes; they should have clear aims with a principal thesis relevant to the journal’s readership, addressing research questions or problems and specifying a research context with a critical analysis and discussion. Book review essays should be 3,000 to 4,000 words and short reviews up to 1,000 words. Submissions for publication may be in English, French and, on occasions, other languages.

No submission to the journal should have been published elsewhere or simultaneously considered for publication in another journal. Permissions to reproduce tables and illustrations should be sought by the author and appropriately referenced.

All manuscripts will be peer-reviewed to ensure competence in all fields of research and to ensure consistency with the editorial direction of the journal, and only those receiving favourable recommendation will be accepted for publication. Re-submissions will be considered if and when the referees indicate a need for significant revision.

+ infos: http://www.tandfonline.com/action/authorSubmission?journalCode=calm20&page=instructions
 

Al-Qanṭara

La revista Al-Qanṭara está dedicada a la civilización del Islam clásico (hasta el siglo XVII incluido) con especial atención al Occidente islámico. Se publican dos fascículos anuales con diferentes secciones: artículos de investigación, variedades, sección monográfica (en el segundo fascículo de cada año) y reseñas. Sólo se encargarán contribuciones para las secciones monográficas y reseñas. La extensión máxima será de 30 páginas para los artículos, 8 para las variedades y 4 para las reseñas. Los trabajos presentados deberán ser originales e inéditos, no pueden haber sido aprobados ni estar sometidos a informe para su publicación en otra revista.

Todos los originales serán revisados, según el sistema de “pares”, por al menos dos evaluadores externos a la entidad editora, cuyas sugerencias serán enviadas a los autores para que, en caso necesario, realicen las modificaciones pertinentes. El método de evaluación empleado es “doble ciego”, manteniéndose el anonimato tanto del autor como de los evaluadores. El Consejo de Redacción analizará todas las contribuciones y, teniendo en cuenta las evaluaciones externas, decidirá su aprobación o rechazo así como el volumen en el que serán publicadas. La Dirección de la Revista podrá rechazar un artículo, sin necesidad de evaluarlo, si considera que no se adapta a las normas o no se adecua al perfil de contenidos de la publicación. Se informará al autor sobre la aceptación o rechazo de su contribución en un plazo máximo de seis meses.

La lengua de la revista es el español, pero se admiten también contribuciones en inglés y francés. Para la transcripción del árabe en textos en español se utilizarán los siguientes símbolos: ء /ʼ/, ث /ṯ/, ج /ŷ/, ح /ḥ/, ذ /ḏ/, ش /š/, ص /ṣ/, ض /ḍ/, ط /ṭ/, ظ /ẓ/, ع /ʻ/. Para textos en inglés o francés se aceptará el sistema habitual en cada lengua. Se podrán utilizar fechas de la Hégira, del calendario gregoriano o ambas a la vez (en este caso separadas por una barra, sin h. ni d.C.), pero no se podrá alternar en un mismo artículo el sistema de datación.

+ infos: http://al-qantara.revistas.csic.es/index.php/al-qantara/about/submissions#authorGuidelines
 

Anaquel de Estudios Árabes

Recoge temas relacionados con el mundo árabe e islámico, tanto medievales como contemporáneos, así como de Al-Andalus y del mundo islámico en general.

La revista Anaquel de Estudios Árabes consta de tres secciones: artículos, notas y reseñas.

Los artículos serán originales, referidos a una investigación que verse sobre el mundo árabe e islámico, medieval o contemporáneo, andalusí o universal y tendrán una extensión máxima de 40 páginas, incluyendo notas, cuadros y figuras. Los artículos se acompañarán de:

a) tres resúmenes, uno en el idioma del texto, otro en español y otro en inglés;
b) el título original del artículo traducido al español y al inglés;
c) una serie de palabras claves o «descriptores» en los idiomas de los resúmenes;
d) el índice de los epígrafes numerados del trabajo, que aparecerá al principio del artículo en el idioma en que dicho artículo esté escrito.

Las lenguas en las que la revista Anaquel de Estudios Árabes publica son español, inglés, francés y árabe.

Los autores enviarán su dirección, con objeto de remitirles a ella la correspondencia que la colaboración suscite. El nombre de la Universidad o Institución, del Departamento y el correo electrónico aparecerán bajo el nombre del autor, en la cabecera del artículo, con objeto de facilitar el intercambio de opiniones sobre el mismo.

+ infos: http://revistas.ucm.es/index.php/ANQE/
 

Arabica. Revue d’études arabes et islamiques

Fondée en 1954 par Évariste Lévi-Provençal en tant qu’organe des arabisants français, Arabica est aujourd’hui une revue scientifique pluridisciplinaire, avec comité de lecture international représentant les divers domaines de recherche. Consacrée aux langues, littératures, histoires, systèmes de pensée et civilisations du monde arabophone aussi bien classique que contemporain, elle est aussi ouverte au domaine général de l’Islam et à l’étude des relations entre cultures arabes et autres cultures au cours de l’histoire. Arabica participe activement au renouvellement des approches et des problématiques dans le champ des études arabes et islamiques. Elle publie, prioritairement en français ou en anglais, en plus d’articles de recherche originaux, des « notes et documents », un « bulletin critique » et, occasionnellement, elle ouvre une rubrique intitulée « méthodes et débats ». Des numéros spéciaux peuvent être consacrés à un ensemble de contributions traitant d’un domaine particulier ou reprenant des actes de colloques.

+ infos: http://www.brill.nl/arabica
 

Journal of Islamic Manuscripts

The Journal of Islamic Manuscripts (JIM) explores the crucial importance of the handwritten book in the Muslim world. It is concerned with the written transmission of knowledge, the numerous varieties of Islamic book culture and the materials and techniques of bookmaking, namely codicology. It also considers activities related to the care and management of Islamic manuscript collections, including cataloguing, conservation and digitization. It is the Journal’s ambition to provide students and scholars, librarians and collectors – in short, everyone who is interested in Islamic manuscripts – with a professional journal and functional platform of their own. It welcomes contributions in English, French and Arabic on codicology, textual studies, manuscript collections and collection care and management. Papers will be peer-reviewed to maintain a high scholarly level. The Journal of Islamic Manuscripts is published on behalf of the Islamic Manuscript Association Limited, an international non-profit organization dedicated to protecting Islamic manuscripts and supporting those who work with them.

Contributions may be submitted in English, French and Arabic. Articles in English should conform to the Oxford Style Guide and the Oxford Dictionary. All articles should be grammatically sound in the language in which they are submitted. If necessary, please enlist the help of a native Englishspeaking colleague prior to submission.

Articles should not exceed 10,000 words.

+ infos: http://www.brill.nl/journal-islamic-manuscripts
 

Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society

The Journal consists of articles which detail original and previously unpublished research, as well as book reviews of newly published titles. The opinions of two peer referees are sought before an article is accepted and unsolicited reviews are not published. The autumn issue contains details of the Society’s AGM, its Councils Report and Accounts. From time to time obituaries of outstanding scholars are published.

How to submit to the Journal

Scholars and researchers who wish to have their work considered should submit a draft in double spacing by email attachment in Word to Charlotte de Blois All non-European alphabets and special characters should be rendered in Arial Unicode MS.  Hardcopy should also be sent to Charlotte de Blois, 14 Stephenson Way, London NW1 2HD; hardcopy is particularly important when diacritics are used. The editorial team is committed to appraising submissions as quickly as possible.

+ infos: http://royalasiaticsociety.org/site/?q=taxonomy/term/9
http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayMoreInfo?jid=JRA&type=ifc
 

Medieval Encounters. Jewish, Christian and Muslim Culture in Confluence and Dialogue

Medieval Encounters (ME) promotes discussion and dialogue across cultural, linguistic and disciplinary boundaries on the interactions of Jewish, Christian and Muslim cultures during the period from the fourth through to the sixteenth century C.E. Articles may deal with specific texts, events or phenomena, as well as theories of interpretations and analysis. The Journal will actively promote a representative spread across all the humanistic disciplines and scholarly communities. All articles will be refereed by members of the editorial board and other scholars on the basis of their scholarly merit and the degree to which they promote our understanding of Jewish, Christian and Muslim relations in the Middle Ages.

Articles should be written in American English, but will be accepted in German and French.
Articles in German and French, however, should still attempt to follow Medieval Encounters style.
Whatever language is used, the spelling should be consistent throughout.

+ infos: http://www.brill.nl/medieval-encounters

 

New Middle Eastern Studies

The mission of New Middle Eastern Studies is to provide a platform for the work of graduate students and young researchers in the field of Middle Eastern Studies. We aim to publish work that extends knowledge, offers new perspectives on the debates within Middle Eastern Studies, and challenges orthodoxies in the field.

We invite work based on new research or with new perspectives. We have three formats for publication:

Journal articles: We accept submissions in the form of traditional journal articles, which should be 7,000-10,000 words in length (different sizes will be considered if sufficiently justified). The articles should be submitted directly to the NMES Editor.

Reviews: We accept reviews of recent books, articles, films, television programmes, art exhibitions or other media, with the only stipulation being that the item reviewed must pertain to the Middle East (broadly defined). We also encourage reviews that re-visit important older works in light of recent developments in scholarship, as well as reviews of works in languages other than English. The target size for single book reviews is 750-1500 words, though we would accept shorter ‘notice’ reviews or longer review articles as well. To have a review considered, please send a review proposal to the Reviews Editor. The editor will then provide further information. Please note that as a new e-journal, we are receiving few copies of books from publishers and thus will likely not be able to provide them to our reviewers. This may change in the future.

Quick Studies: We invite shorter (2,000 words maximum / no minimum) pensée-style pieces on any number of topics. Submissions could include, but are not limited to, a discussion of a particularly noteworthy aspect of work in progress, commentary on the direction of a current debate, highlighting of a cross-cutting methodological or theoretical issue, or discussion of a specific place or time neglected by scholarship. Quick Studies can be submitted directly, and the Quick Studies Editor is also always available for discussion of the proposed piece.

+ infos: http://www.brismes.ac.uk/nmes/
 
 
 

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