This series is comprised of volumes of texts, translations, commentaries, and studies of important works of Arabic and Islamic studies from the premodern and modern periods. The series will encompass the major genres of Arabo-Islamic literary production, including works of Quranic studies, Belles-Lettres, Sufism, history, literature, grammar, lexicography, philology, law, medicine, and science. Both individual monographs and collected volumes addressed to any of these topics will be considered for inclusion in the series. The main languages of books will be English and Arabic.
This series also encompasses works published by the Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Series.
- Maurice A. Pomerantz, NYU Abu Dhabi
- Sean Anthony, The Ohio State University
- Philip Kennedy, New York University
- Adam Sabra, University of California, Santa Barbara
- George Saliba, Columbia University, AUB
- Ahmed El Shamsy, University of Chicago
- Devin Stewart, Emory University
To submit your manuscripts, please refer to the Submissions page.