Islamic Humanities includes books that examine topics pertaining to Islam in the context of current discussions and debates in the Humanities and Social Sciences. The series solicits projects from scholars who wish to productively challenge their own disciplines and fields while also illuminating new areas of conceptual, archival, and ethnographic research. All books in this series are published Open Access and can be downloaded for free from the publisher's website. Paperback versions are available for purchase via the usual channels.
Co-edited with Heidrun Eichner and Judith Pfeiffer
Islamicate Intellectual History is a peer-reviewed book series that includes monographs, collective volumes, critical editions, and annotated translations of texts pertaining to the 13th to 18th centuries, with a special focus on Islamicate intellectual history, including philosophy, theology, Sufism, the whole range of the so-called occult sciences, the theory of medicine, political thought, legal theory, and adjacent areas.