Nordic journals for Middle Eastern Studies
This journal in Middle Eastern Studies was first published in spring 2003, and has since had two issues per year. The articles are mainly published in the Scandinavian languages, but the journal will in certain cases publish English submissions from non-Scandinavian authors. The articles are received from the leading Middle East research environments in the Nordic countries. This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
This interdisciplinary Journal of Middle East Studies is an open-access, double-blind peer-reviewed journal published digitally by the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Lund University. The journal is published bi-annually, and features original multi-disciplinary articles related to the study of the Middle East (broadly defined). Reflecting the general mission of CMES, the journal aims to publish articles that are theoretically informed, methodologically sound and analytically innovative. Nidaba’s goal is to contribute to informed public debates and policy formulations related to the Middle East. The journal welcomes submissions with a broad perspective. Interdisciplinary submissions are strongly encouraged.
Tidsskrift for Islamforskning (the Danish Islamic Studies Journal) is a web-based journal whose purpose is to promote the exchange of knowledge among researchers while also bringing research results to the wider public. The journal’s focus is Danish Islamic research, i.e. both research on Islam and Muslims in Denmark by Danish and international researchers, and research on Islam and Muslims in general that is rooted in Danish research projects. The journal is published by the Forum for Islam Research (FIFO) 1-2 times a year and is peer reviewed. The first issue was published on 17 October 2006.
Nordisk Midtaustenbulletin was published by the NSMES from September 1993 until June 2004, when it was discontinued, given that the expansion of the internet--which did not yet exist when the Bulletin was first published--meant that information that had been in the Bulletin was now available elsewhere.
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Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies (JAIS)
The main aim of the journal is to promote the study of history, language, literature and culture through the publication of research articles in the field of Arabic, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies.
The Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies (JAIS) is an international, peer-reviewed, open access, academic journal. It is also the world's most widely read journal in the field of Arabic, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies.
The main aim of the journal is to promote the study of history, language, literature and culture through the publication of research articles. It was founded in 1995 by Joseph N. Bell (University of Bergen, Norway) and Petr Zemánek (Charles University, Prague). The current editors are Lutz Edzard and Stephan Guth (Oslo University, Norway).
Volumes from 1995 to 2002 were published on paper by Edinburgh University Press. The Journal is now published electronically on its primary site hosted by Oslo University. Pre-2013 articles, i.e., those having appeared in vol. 1(1996) - 12(2012), are accessible in html and pdf from the Journal's previous website at Lancaster.