Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam
|Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam|
|Edited by||Yohanan Friedmann|
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Institute of Asian & African Studies (Israel)
Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam is a peer-reviewed academic journal covering the study of classical Islam, Islamic religious thought, Arabic language and literature, the origins of Islamic institutions, and the interaction between Islam and other civilizations. The founding editor-in-chief was M. J. Kister. Since 1993, the editor is Yohanan Friedmann. The journal is published by the Institute of Asian Studies of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The journal is an annual, though at times two volumes are published in the same year. The first volume was published in 1979.
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