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|Discipline||Religious studies, Islamic studies|
|Edited by||A. L. Udovitch, Houari Touati|
Studia Islamica is an academic journal of Islamic studies focusing on the history, religion, law, literature, and language of the Muslim world, primarily Southwest Asian and Mediterranean lands. The editors-in-chief are A. L. Udovitch (Princeton University) and Houari Touati (School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences). It was established in 1953 and is published biannually.
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