Summer 2018 Journal Roundup

[Updated: 09 August] Check out our Journal Roundups for the latest articles in Islamic studies. Eleven iterations have been published and the Summer 2018 edition is now online. The Summer Edition currently has issues from twenty-eight journals in a wide variety of subjects and disciplines and will be revised as more journals announce their summer issues.

The journal roundup project covers over eighty English language journals in a variety of disciplines related to Islamic Studies, providing the table of contents for each journal as a tool for researchers, academics, students, and those generally interested in the field of Islamic Studies. We include only articles; book reviews can be found on the journal sites. Please let us know if we have missed any journals or if you have questions at journals@themaydan.com.

 

 

Alif: Journal of Comparative Poetics

Alif: Journal of Comparative Poetics

Volume 38

English and French Section

Translating Orientalism into the Arabic Nahda by Spencer Scoville

An Ayyubid Renaissance: Saladdin, from Knighthood to Nahḍa by Samuel England

Translation in the Social Sciences and Humanities: Circulating and Canonizing Knowledge by Rafael Y. Schögler

Translation and the Desacralization of the Western World: From Performativity to Representation by Karen Bennett

Traduire la virtù de Machiavel en anglais by Simon Labrecque and René Lemieux

Self-Censorship and Fascism by Rita Filanti

Politics and Paratext: On Translating Arwa Salih’s al-Mubtasarun by Samah Selim

Translation and Feminist Knowledge Production: The Serbian Translation of Our Bodies, Ourselves by Anna Bogic

Translation and the Production of Knowledge in Wikipedia: Chronicling the Assassination of Boris Nemtsov by Mark Shuttleworth

Wikipedia, Translation, and the Collaborative Production of Spatial Knowledge by Henry Jones

A Practice-Theory Analysis of Scientific Editing by Translators by Maeve Olohan

Les Traducteurs et les technologies: Un mode de réflections dans l’action by Iulia Mihalache

The Battleground of Translation: Making Equal in a Global Structure of Inequality by Lydia H. Liu (Interviewed by James St. André)

Arabic Section

Knowledge Production and Identity Formation in Two Arabic Translations of the Bible by Sameh Hanna

“Do You Know What This Bird Is Saying?”: Translating Animal Language as Spiritual Knowledge by Mariam Saeed El Ali

Early Translations of Aristotle’s Poetics: Wasted Opportunity or Creative Adaptation? By Tarek Shamma

Palestinian Literature Translated into French: History and Impact by Richard Jacquemond

Israeli Responses to Hebrew Translations of Darwish’s Poetry by Ahmed Haikal

Translation and the Re-Production of Knowledge: The Example of Edward Said by Mahmoud Alhirthani

Translation and Modern Nation-Building in Egypt: Tahtawi as Translator by Mustafa Riad

Translation and Liberation from Western Hegemony: Al-Sanhuri’s 1948 Law by Rana Roshdy

Translation and Acculturation: On Cultural Criticism by Sayyed Daifallah

Media Translation and Trans-Editing: News Reporting or Reality Representation? By Ashraf Abdel Fattah and Rashid Yahiaoui

Translation and Identity by Khaled Mattawa (Introduced and Interviewed by Samia Mehrez)

Al-Masāq: Journal of the Medieval Mediterranean

Al-Masāq: Journal of the Medieval Mediterranean

Volume 30 Issue 2

Narrative Construction, Ideal Rule, and Emotional Discourse in the Biographies of Ṣalāḥ al-Dīn and Louis IX by Bahāʾ al-Dīn b. Shaddād and Jean Sire de Joinville by Gowaart Van Den Bossche

Between al-Andalus and Genoa: The “Embriaci Tower” Lustreware by Fabrizio Benente

Non-Descender and All-Cap Arabic Writing by Mohammad Ali Yaghan

The Philosophical Conflict between the School of Baghdad and the School of Khorasan in the Tenth Century: Towards a New Understanding of the Development of Islamic Philosophy by Tarek Ladjal

An Initial Survey of Arabic Poetry in the Cairo Genizah by Mohamed A. H. Ahmed

Al-Shajarah

Al-Shajarah

Volume 23 Issue 1

The Phenomenon of Irhab (Terrorism): Meaning, History and Causes by Thameem Ushama

Form and Content: A Historical and Artistic Assessment: A 17th Century Illustrated Shahnameh from S.M.N.A. Library, Malaysia by Amir H. Zekrgoo

Separation of Conjoined Twins from the Common Law and Shari’ah Perspectives: The Legal and Ethical Conundrum by Puteri Nemie Jahn Kassim and Fadhlina Alias

The Critics on the History of Arabic Grammar by Solehah Yaacob

Can the Eye Tracker Reveal How the Qur’an Can Be Learned by Heart by Khazriyati Salehuddin

The Relevance of Waqf to the Australian Society from the Perspective of Maqasid al-Shari’ah (Higher Objectives of Shari’ah) by Rawaa El Ayoubi Gebara

The Qur’anic Concept of Qiwamah: A Review on the Commentaries on the Verse 4;34 by Nadzrah Ahmad, Muhammad Abdul Rasheed

The Anti-Islamist Discourse: The Case of al-Buti by Bachar Bakour and Abdelaziz Berghout

The Role of Shaykh Abd al-Ra’uf al-Fansuri in the Reconciliation of Sufism and Shari’ah of 17th Century the Malay World by Abdul Salam Muhamad Shukri and Ridwan Arif

The History of Islam in the Malay Archipelago: An Analytical Study of Abdullah Bin Nuh’s Works by Mohammad Noviani Ardi and Fatimah Abdullah

Arab Law Quarterly

Arab Law Quarterly

Volume 32 Issue 3

Tier 2 Capital Instruments under Basel III: A Sharīʿah Viewpoint by Madaa Munjid Mustafa, Beebee Salma Sairally, and Marjan Muhammad

Constitutionalisation of International Human Rights Law in the Jurisprudence of the Egyptian Supreme Constitutional Court by Islam Ibrahim Chiha

The Role of the ‘al-Ġobn’ Imbalance in Strengthening Arab Consumers: The Significance of the European Approach by Mohammed Ali Ibrahim

Analytical Study of United Arab Emirates Copyright Federal Law No. 7, 2002 by Fayez Al Nusair and Firas Massadeh

Parody in Copyright Laws of GCC States: Where Does It Fit? by Hanan Almawla

Asian Affairs

Asian Affairs

Volume 49 Issue 3

Who Owns India’s History? A Critique of Shashi Tharoor’s Inglorious Empire by Charles Allen

Evolving toward Normalcy amid Anomaly: North Korea’s Middle East Policy since the Demise of Kim Il-sung by Shirzad Azad

Eco-Sectarianism: From Ecological Disasters to Sectarian Violence in Syria by Afshin Shahi and Maya Vachkova

India’s Soft Power Diplomacy under the Modi Administration: Buddhism, Diaspora and Yoga by Arijit Mazumdar

Letters from the RSAA Archive: Sir Aurel Stein, Colonel Reginald Schomberg and a Secret Mission to Central Asia by Rosie Llewellyn-Jones 

Australian Journal of Islamic Studies

Australian Journal of Islamic Studies

Volume 3 Issue 1

The Iconography of Renaissance Ceremonials in the Early Modern World by Metin Mustafa

Toward ‘Sustainable Development’ Through Zakat-Infaq-Sadaqah Distributions – As Inclusive Activities – For the Development of Social Welfare and Micro and Small Enterprises by Hermien Triyowati, Yolanda Masnita, and Khomsiyah

The Marja‘iyya and the Juristic Challenges of the Diaspora by Liyakat Takim

Whither Minority Jurisprudence? The Case of Fiqh Al-Aqalliyat in Australia by Shaheen Whyte

The Role of the Sufi Centre Within the Muslim World by Abu Bakr Sirajuddin Cook

British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies

British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies

Volume 45 Issue 3

A Balancing Pretence: The Johnson Administration’s Policy towards Jordan, 1964–1967 by Joakim Aalmen Markussen and Hilde Henriksen Waage

Understating the Logic of Regime Survival? Conceptualizing State–Society Relations and Parliamentary Liberation in Post-2011 Jordan by Paul Maurice Esber

De-politicizing Westoxification: The Case of Bonyad Monthly by Ali Mirsepassi and Mehdi Faraji

Questioning the ‘Immortal State’: The Gezi Protests and the Short-Lived Human Security Moment in Turkey by Oğuzhan Göksel and Omer Tekdemir

Foreign Relations and Semi-Modernization during the Reigns of Haidar ‘Ali and Tipu Sultan by Kaveh Yazdani

The Fall of a Village in the 1948 War: A Historical Close-up of the Conquest of Mi’ilya and Its Surrender by Kobi Peled

The 2011 Egyptian Revolution Chants: A Romantic-Muʿtazilī Moral Order by Hiba Ghanem

Matrimony and Baptism: Changing Landscapes in Greek (Rum) Orthodox Jerusalem (1900–1940) by Merav Mack, Angelos Dalachanis, and Vincent Lemire

Understanding Egyptian Capitalism through the Muslim Brotherhood’s Eyes: The Quest for an ‘Islamic Economy’ in the 1940s and Its Ideological and Social Impact by Panos Kourgiotis

The Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood’s Transnational Advocacy in Turkey: A New Means of Political Participation by Shaimaa Magued

Renegotiations of Femininity Throughout the Constitutional Debates in Turkey: Representative Claims in 2014 Presidential Elections by Sezen Yaras and Ahu Yigit

Central Asian Affairs

Central Asian Affairs

Volume 5 Issue 3

Nation, Religion, and Theology: What Do We Mean When We Say “Being Kyrgyz Means Being Muslim?” by Vincent M. Artman

Islam, Morality and Public Education: Religious Elements of Ethics and Etiquette in the Uzbek School Curriculum by Donohon Abdugafurova

Local Politics and Patronage of a Sacred Lineage Shrine in Kazakhstan by Ulan Bigozhin

Mediatization of Religion in Kyrgyzstan: Diffusion of Religious Authority and Changing Perceptions of Religion by Nurbek Bekmurzaev 

Contemporary Islam

Contemporary Islam

Volume 12 Issue 2

Transnational Islamic Education in Indonesia: An Ideological Perspective by Toto Suharto

Rethinking Anthropology of Shari’a: Contestation over the Meanings and Uses of Shari’a in South Sulawesi, Indonesia by Moh Yasir Alimi

Islamic Emoticons and Religious Authority: Emerging Practices, Shifting Paradigms by Andrea L. Stanton

Claiming the Mystical Self in New Modernist Uyghur Poetry by Darren Byler

Understanding Islamic Aid Flows to Enhance Global Humanitarian Assistance by David Tittensor, Matthew Clarke, and Tezcan Gümüş

Culture and Religion

Culture and Religion

Volume 19 Issue 3

Blurring Boundaries and Advancing Interreligious Understanding by Engaging Textual ‘Others’ in a Women’s Interfaith Book Group by Louise K. Gramstrup 

History of Religions

History of Religions

Volume 58 Issue 1

Holy Places or Historical Sites? Defining Sacred and Archaeological Sites in Israel, 1948–1967 by Doron Bar 

International Journal of Islamic Architecture

International Journal of Islamic Architecture

Volume 7 Issue 2

Special Issue: Installing Islamic Art: Interior Space and Temporal Imagination

Editorial Preface

Installing Islamic Art: Interior Space and Temporal Imagination by Yuka Kadoi

Design in Theory Articles

Pulling the Past into the Present: Curating Islamic Art in a Changing World, a Perspective from Berlin by Stefan Weber

Re-Contextualizing the Object: Using New Technologies to Reconstruct the Lost Interiors of Medieval Islamic Buildings by Richard Piran McClary

A Museum without Walls: Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah’s Cultural Diplomacy by Roberto Fabbri

Interpolated Spaces: The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s ‘Damascus Room’ Reinstalled by Ellen Kenney

Design in Practice Articles

Islamic Occultism and the Museum by Francesca Leoni

A Sanctuary for Carpets: The New Installation at the MAK – Museum für angewandte Kunst, Vienna, 2014 by Barbara Karl, Angela Völker, and Michael Embacher

Iranian Studies

Iranian Studies

Volume 51 Issue 4

The Last Sasanians in Chinese Literary Sources: Recently Identified Statue Head of a Sasanian Prince at the Qianling Mausoleum by Hamidreza Pasha Zanous and Esmaeil Sangari

The Lives and Afterlives of Vis and Rāmin by Cameron Cross

Yaḥyā Dawlatābādī’s Contribution to Persian Poetic Modernity by Amr Taher Ahmed

The New Frontier Meets the White Revolution: The Peace Corps in Iran, 1962‒76 by Jasamin Rostam-Kolayi

Rationalizing the Irrational: Reza Attaran’s Popularity, Stardom, and the Recent Cycle of Iranian Absurd Films by Babak Tabarraee

Review Essay

Vagises’ Virtuous Hand: An Unforeseen Note on Plutarch, Life of Crassus 18, 3 by Gilles Courtieu

Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations

Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations

Volume 29 Issue

The Third Treatise of Shaykh Abū al-Faraj ʿAbd Allāh Ibn al-Ṭayyib on Unity and Trinity by Michael Kuhn

From ‘Polytheists’ to ‘Partners in the Nation’: Islamist Attitudes Towards Coptic Egyptians in Post-revolutionary Egypt (2011–2013) by Anna Hager

What Is Islam? The Importance of Being Islamic in Christian Theological Schools by Nevin Reda

Religion, Democracy and the ‘Dawla Madaniyya’ of the Arab Spring by Raja Bahlul

‘Thank God We Are in Syria!’ Modernization, Interfaith Relations and Women’s Rights in Syria Before the ‘Arab Spring’ (2000–2010) by Lorella Ventura

Europe, the New Abyssinia: On the Role of the First Hijra in the Fiqh al-Aqalliyyāt al-Muslima Discourse by Uriya Shavit

Israel Affairs

Israel Affairs

Volume 24 Issue 4

Special Issue: Israel’s Post-Heroic Condition

Introduction

Introduction: Israel’s Post-Heroic Condition by Uzi Ben-Shalom

Articles

Counter-Terror and Soft Power: NGO Claims to Military and Legal Expertise and Israeli Responses by Gerald M. Steinberg

On-Air under Fire: Media and Community Resilience in Post-Heroic Wars by Ella Ben-Atar

An Ouroboros Health Strategy: How Israelis Adopted Health as a Post-Heroic Strategy in Their Conflict with the Palestinians by Kertcher Chen

Heroic Text in a Post-Heroic Environment: National Liturgy in Mizrahi Ultra-Orthodox Prayer Books by Nissim Leon

Going on the Offensive: The Religious Zionist Rabbinic Ethos in Judea and Samaria as a Response to Post-Heroism by Amir Mashiach

The Making of Military Heroes by the Israeli Media by Rafi Mann

Israel’s Post-Heroic Wars: Exploring the Influence of American Military Concepts on Israel’s Adaptation of Post-Heroic Warfare by Eitan Shamir

Perceptions of the Future Battlefield in Israel vs. Western Countries by Batia Ben-Hador, Meytal Eran-Jona, and Christopher Dandeker

Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient

Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient

Volume 61 Issue 4

The Politics of Sūqs in Early Islam by Fanny Bessard

Administrative Boundaries, Communal Segregation and Factional Territorialisation: The Complex Nature of Urban Boundaries in the Ottoman Empire by Nora Lafi and Florian Riedler

Urban Factionalism in Late Ottoman Gaza, c. 1875-1914: Local Politics and Spatial Divisions by Yuval Ben-Bassat and Johann Büssow

Overlapping Boundaries in the City: Mahalle and Kahal in the Early Modern Ottoman Urban Context by Gürer Karagedikli

From ‘Tourkopolis’ to ‘Metropolis’: Transforming Urban Boundaries in Late Nineteenth-Century Iraklio (Candia), Crete by Aris Anagnostopoulos

Communal Boundaries and Confessional Policies in Ottoman Niš by Florian Riedler

Journal of Middle East Women's Studies

Journal of Middle East Women's Studies

Volume 14 Issue 2

Special Issue: Decolonizing Sex and Sexuality

Preface

De Groove Is in de Move: Decolonizing Sex and Sexuality in Middle East and North African Studies by Jarrod Hayes

Articles

Intersex Bodies in Premodern Islamic Discourse: Complicating the Binary by Indira Falk Gesink

“In My Eyes He Was a Man”: Poor and Working-Class Boy Soldiers in the Iran-Iraq War by Shaherzad R. Ahmadi

“Let’s Take a Leap”: Decolonizing Modernity, Double Critique, and Sexuality in Mohamed Leftah’s Le Dernier Combat du Captain Niʿmat by Ghada Mourad

Review Essays

Digitizing Women’s and Gender History by Nova Robinson

The Gender and Sexuality of Armenia: A Debut Conference by Tamar Shirinian 

Journal of Muslims in Europe

Journal of Muslims in Europe

Volume 7 Issue 2

Introduction

Introduction: Radicalisation and Securitisation of Muslims in Europe by Katherine E. Brown

Articles

Muslims Denouncing Violent Extremism by Margaretha A. van Es

The Geographies of Prevent: The Transformation of the Muslim Home into a Pre-Crime Space by Shereen Fernandez

Towards a Cure for Prevent? Building Resilience to Religious and Political Forms of Violence within British Muslim Communities by Julian Hargreaves

Policies of Radicalisation as Anti- and Countercult Ideologies by Lene Kühle

‘Dual Use Research of Concern’ and ‘Select Agents’ by Alison Scott-Baumann

The Journal of North African Studies

The Journal of North African Studies

Volume 23 Issue 4

Commentary

Former RCD Officials Stage a Comeback in Municipal Elections in Tunisia by Anne Wolf

Articles

The Analysis of the Efficiency of Primary Schools in Morocco: Modelling Using TIMSS Database (2011) by Mariem Liouaeddine, Mounir Elatrachi, and El mehdi Karam

Conversion, Intermarriage and the Legal Status of Jews in French Protectorate Morocco by  Jonathan G. Katz

Family Rites in Testour, Tunisia, in the 1970s by Nicholas S. Hopkins 

Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society

Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society

Volume 28 Issue 3

Special Issue: From Outside the Persianate Centre: Vernacular Views on “Ālamgīr”

Introduction

Introduction by Sarah Ansari

From Outside the Persianate Centre: Vernacular Views on “Ālamgīr” Introduction by Anne Murphy and Heidi Pauwels

Articles

“Unhitching the Oxcart of Delhi”: A Mughal-Period Hindi Account of Political Insurgency by Allison Busch

Aurangzeb in the Perspective of Kachvāhā Literature by Monika Horstmann

A Poetic Record of the Rajput Rebellion, c. 1680 by Cynthia Talbot

Aurangzeb as Iconoclast? Vaishnava Accounts of the Krishna images’ Exodus from Braj by Heidi Pauwels and Emilia Bachrach

Aurangzeb in Mewar through the stories of Sultan Singh by Lindsey Harlan

Aurangzeb and the Nāth Yogīs by Véronique Bouillier

Thinking Beyond Aurangzeb and the Mughal State in a Late Eighteenth-Century Punjabi Braj Source by Anne Murphy

Aurangzeb as Seen from Gujarat: Shi‘i and Millenarian Challenges to Mughal Sovereignty by Samira Sheikh

Middle East Critique

Middle East Critique

Volume 27 Issue 3

Special Issue: Studying the Everyday: Power, Performance and Survival

Introduction

Guest Editor’s Introduction: Sketches of the Everyday by Matteo Capasso

Articles

Toward an Alternative ‘Time of the Revolution’? Beyond State Contestation in the Struggle for a New Syrian Everyday by Estella Carpi and Andrea Glioti

‘You Exile Them in Their Own Countries’: The Everyday Politics of Reclaiming the Disappeared in Libya by Amina Zarrugh

Rethinking Palestinian Political Factions by Perla Issa

The Everyday as Survival among Ex-Gaza Refugees in Jordan by Michael Vicente Pérez

Lebanese Football: Imagining a Defiant and United Lebanon? By Jamil Mouawad

Sectarian Non-Entrepreneurs: The Experience of Everyday Sectarianism in Bahrain and Kuwait by Thomas Fibiger

Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication

Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication

Volume 11 Issue 2

Special Issue: Creative Dissent: The Visual Arts of the Arab World Uprisings

Introduction

Introduction by Christiane Gruber

Research Articles

Dissenting Bodies by Jessica Winegar

An Enduring Monument by Elizabeth Rauh

Beeshu’s Laugh by Stephennie Mulder

‘King of Kings of Africa’ by Christiane Gruber

Middle Eastern Studies

Middle Eastern Studies

Volume 54 Issue 4

Reappraising the French Role in Nineteenth-Century Egyptian Education by Archana Prakash

The State and the Stray Dogs in Late Ottoman Istanbul: From Unruly Subjects to Servile Friends by Cihangir Gündoğdu

An Island Unmixed: European Military Intervention and the Displacement of Crete’s Muslims, 1896–1908 by Uğur Z. Peçe

The Turkish Republic’s Jihad? Religious Symbols, Terminology and Ceremonies in Turkey during the Korean War 1950–1953 by Nadav Solomonovich

The de Bunsen Committee and a Revision of the ‘Conspiracy’ of Sykes–Picot by Robert Johnson

Kurdish Women in the Kurdish–Turkish Conflict – Perceptions, Experiences, and Strategies by Marco Nilsson

From Terror to Public Diplomacy: Jibril Rajoub and the Palestinian Authorities’ Uses of Sport in Fragmentary Israeli–Palestinian Conflict by Yair Galily

Clientelism: Factionalism in the Allocation of Public Resources in Iraq after 2003 by Sarwar Abdullah, Tim Gray, and Emily Clough

The UN’s Response to the Underlying Causes of the Arab Spring Before and After the Eruption of Events: A Critical Assessment of the UN’s Pursuit of Its Core Values and Purposes by Tuba Turan

The JCPOA: How Iran’s Grand Strategy Stifled the US by Amir Magdy Kamel

A Note on Kemalizm in the Hebrew Press of Palestine by Jacob M. Landau

Middle Eastern Studies

Middle Eastern Studies

Volume 54 Issue 5

Special Issue: Turkey and Britain: From Enemies to Allies, 1919–1939

Introduction

Turkey and Britain: From Enemies to Allies, 1914–1939 by Daniel-Joseph MacArthur-Seal

Research Articles

Controversial Investments: Trade and Infrastructure in Ottoman–British Relations in Iraq, 1861–1918 by Camille Cole

Resurrecting Legal Extraterritoriality in Occupied Istanbul, 1918–1923 by Daniel-Joseph MacArthur-Seal

Elusive Forces in Illusive Eyes: British Officialdom’s Perception of the Anatolian Resistance Movement by Alp Yenen

Making Borders from Below: The Emergence of the Turkish–Iraqi Frontier, 1918–1925 by Jordi Tejel Gorgas

Turkish–British Relations in the 1930s: From Ambivalence to Partnership by Dilek Barlas and Seçkin Barış Gülmez 

Politics and Religion

Politics and Religion

Volume 11 Issue 3

On the (In)compatibility of Islamic Religiosity and Citizenship in Western Democracies: The Role of Religion for Muslims’ Civic and Political Engagement by Mario Peucker

Diyanet as a Turkish Foreign Policy Tool: Evidence from the Netherlands and Bulgaria by Ahmet Erdi Öztürk and Semiha Sözeri

Breaking with Austrian Consociationalism: How the Rise of Rightwing Populism and Party Competition Have Changed Austria’s Islam Politics by Farid Hafez and Reinhard Heinisch 

Politics, Religion and Ideology

Politics, Religion and Ideology

Volume 19 Issue 2

Military Service as Bargaining: The Case of Religious Women Soldiers in Israel by Elisheva Rosman-Stollman

Review Article

Terrorism and Jihad by Kenneth Christie 

Religion Compass

Religion Compass

Volume 12 Issue 7

“Monks by Night and Knights by Day”: Ḥasan al‐Bannāʾ, Tarbīya, and the Embodied Ethics of the Early Muslim Brotherhood by Sam Houston 

Secularism and Non-Religion

Secularism and Non-Religion

Volume 7 Issue 5

Non-Belief: An Islamic Perspective by  Kenan Sevinç, Thomas J. Coleman III, and Ralph W. Hood Jr.

Turkish Studies

Turkish Studies

Volume 19 Issue 4

A Key to Turkish Politics? The Center–Periphery Framework Revisited by Onur Bakiner

One Nation under Allah? Islamic Multiculturalism, Muslim Nationalism and Turkey’s Reforms for Kurds, Alevis, and Non-Muslims by Şener Aktürk

Obscuring the Control of the State in Turkey: The Articulation of Discourse of Private Islam by Riina Maria Keto-Tokoi

Conceptions of ‘The International’ beyond the Core: Turkey in the Post-Cold War Era by Mine Nur Küçük

Cash Assistance by Smart Card: From Multiple Functions to Multiple Legitimacies of a Municipal Social Policy Instrument by Ceren Ark Yıldırım

The Pension Traps of Northern Cyprus by Hasan U. Altiok and Glenn P. Jenkins

Cost of Relocation and Compensation Using a Mass Valuation Model for the Disputed Properties in Cyprus by Vedat Yorucu and Tamer Gazioğlu