This series is a companion to the Comparative Islamic Studies journal. It publishes work that integrates Islamic studies into the contemporary study of religion, providing an opportunity for expert scholars of Islam to demonstrate the more general significance of their research both to comparatavists and to specialists working in other areas. Attention to Islamic materials from outside the central Arabic lands is of special interest, as are comparisons that stress the diversity of Islam as it interacts with changing human conditions.
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