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Islamic Studies

Our program in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies is growing and spans a wide range of topics from the ancient Near East to socio-political and religious developments in the 21st century. It covers a variety of topics related to societies and cultures in the Middle East and the Muslim world. The program is intentionally interdisciplinary and includes innovative research on the Qu'ran,

addresses the legal and philosophical dimensions of Islam, offers historical and sociological perspectives, and extends to topics such as digital humanities and secularism. Since 2019 the prestigious Berlin-based publishing house Klaus Schwarz Verlag enriches our portfolio in Islamic Studies.

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We want to know! That’s why we attend conferences in all fields worldwide.

On our conferences overview, you will find all the places you can currently meet us, including a brand new virtual booth. This not only gives you the advantage of ordering books with conference discounts from the comfort of your home, but also comes with interesting digital events, such as author interviews and meetings with De Gruyter editors.


Contact

Dr. Torsten Wollina
Dr. Torsten Wollina
Acquisitions Editor Islamic Studies
Tel.:
+49 (0) 30 26005-250
Dr. Sophie Wagenhofer
Dr. Sophie Wagenhofer
Senior Acquisitions Editor History, Library & Information Science
Tel.:
+49 (0)30 26005-268

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Renowned Partners


  • British Association for Islamic Studies
  • International Qur'anic Studies Association
  • British Museum, London
  • SOAS, University of London
  • Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient
  • Orient-Institut Beirut

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