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Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam

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. It is published by The Max Schloessinger Memorial Foundation at the Institute of Asian and African Studies (Hebrew University of Jerusalem). The foundation was established from the bequest of Max and Miriam S. Schloessinger to facilitate the publication of Arabic texts as well as studies devoted to Islam, Arabic language and literature, and Middle Eastern history.

Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam  
DisciplineArabic, Islam
Edited byYohanan Friedmann
Publication details
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Jerus. Stud. Arab. Islam
OCLC no.5506302

The journal was established in 1979 with M. J. Kister as founding editor-in-chief. Since 1993 the editor is Yohanan Friedmann. The journal is published annually, but occasionally two volumes are published in the same year.

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